Mouse IgG2b (min X Hu Sr Prot) FITC

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known as: Mouse IgG2b (min X Hu Sr Prot) FITC
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Gene target: igg2b min x hu sr prot

Related genes to: Mouse IgG2b (min X Hu Sr Prot) FITC

Symbol : IGG2B NIH gene
Synonyms : IgG
description : Ig gamma 2b chain constant region
type of gene : other
Modification date : 2015-11-15
Symbol : min NIH gene
Synonyms : mi
dbXrefs : FLYBASE:FBgn0002747
chromosome : 2
map location : 56E-56E|2-90 cM
description : mini
type of gene : unknown
Modification date : 2016-05-09
Symbol : Prot NIH gene
dbXrefs : MGI:MGI:107578
chromosome : 18
description : proline transporter
type of gene : protein-coding
Symbol from nomenclature authority : Prot
Full name from nomenclature authority : proline transporter
Nomenclature status : O
Modification date : 2016-07-02

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Dynamics of dissolved nutrients in the aquaculture shrimp ponds of the Min River estuary, China: Concentrations, fluxes and environmental loads.

Dissolved inorganic nutrients (NO2(-)-N, NO3(-)-N, NH4(+)-N, and PO4(3-)-P) play a critical role in the effective management of water quality and prevention of fish and shrimp diseases in aquaculture systems. In this study, dissolved inorganic nutrient concentrations in the water column and sediment porewater, and the fluxes across the sediment-water interface (SWI) were investigated in three intensive shrimp ponds with zero water exchange to examine nutrient cycling during the different growth stages of shrimps. Distinct changes in the dissolved inorganic nutrient concentrations in both the water column and sediment porewater were observed among the three growth stages. Average NO2(-)-N, NO3(-)-N, NH4(+)-N, and PO4(3-)-P concentrations in the sediment porewater were 3.53, 2.81, 29.68, and 6.44 times higher, respectively, than those in the water column over the study period, indicating that the pond sediment acted as a net source of nutrients to the water column. This was further supported by the net release of nutrients from the sediments to the water column observed during the incubation experiment. Nutrient fluxes were dominated by NH4(+)-N, while NOx(-)-N (NO2(-)-N and NO3(-)-N) and PO4(3-)-P fluxes remained low. The high rates of NH4(+)-N release from the sediment highlight the need of taking into account the biogeochemical role of sediments in mitigating the problem of water quality degradation in coastal shrimp ponds. Based on a total water surface area of mariculture ponds and a total mariculture production of 2.57×10(6)ha and 2.30×10(9)kg, respectively, we estimated conservatively that approximately 4.77×10(4)tons of total nitrogen and 3.75×10(3)tons of total phosphorus are being discharged annually from the mariculture ponds into the adjacent coastal zones across China. Results demonstrated the importance of aquaculture pond effluent as a major contributor of water pollution in the coastal areas of China, and called for actions to properly treat these effluents in alleviating the eutrophication problem in the Chinese coastal zones. - Source :PubMed

Decision-to-delivery interval: Is 30 min the magic time? What is the evidence? Does it work?

Emergency caesarean section is required when delivery can reduce the risk to the life of the mother or foetus. When a caesarean section is indicated for foetal compromise, a decision-to-delivery interval of 30 min (or less) has been suggested as the ideal time frame within which an obstetric team should achieve delivery. In theory, a short decision-to-delivery interval may minimise intra-uterine hypoxia and improve neonatal outcome. Current medical evidence does not support this time frame. There are certain indications for caesarean section that necessitate a much shorter decision-to-delivery interval, but evidence suggests that the majority of neonates may be safely delivered within a longer interval of time. Current tools available for the diagnosis of foetal distress are imperfect, and the concept of foetal distress is poorly defined. Future research should focus on finding accurate means of diagnosing foetal distress in labouring women and establishing universally agreed evidence-based decision-to-delivery targets without compromising maternal or foetal safety. - Source :PubMed

Heart Rate Recovery After 6-min Walking Test Predicts Acute Exacerbation in COPD.

Abnormalities of autonomic function have been reported in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Our objectives were to identify determinants of abnormal heart rate recovery at 1 min (HRR1) following completion of the 6-min walk test (6MWT) in COPD and to establish whether abnormal HRR1 predicts acute exacerbations (AECOPD). - Source :PubMed

Large-scale modulation of reconstituted Min protein patterns and gradients by defined mutations in MinE's membrane targeting sequence.

The E. coli MinDE oscillator is a paradigm for protein self-organization and gradient formation. Previously, we reconstituted Min protein wave patterns on flat membranes as well as gradient-forming pole-to-pole oscillations in cell-shaped PDMS microcompartments. These oscillations appeared to require direct membrane interaction of the ATPase activating protein MinE. However, it remained unclear how exactly Min protein dynamics are regulated by MinE membrane binding. Here, we dissect the role of MinE's membrane targeting sequence (MTS) by reconstituting various MinE mutants in 2D and 3D geometries. We demonstrate that the MTS defines the lower limit of the concentration-dependent wavelength of Min protein patterns while restraining MinE's ability to stimulate MinD's ATPase activity. Strikingly, a markedly reduced length scale-obtainable even by single mutations-is associated with a rich variety of multistable dynamic modes in cell-shaped compartments. This dramatic remodeling in response to biochemical changes reveals a remarkable trade-off between robustness and versatility of the Min oscillator. - Source :PubMed

Improving CNN Performance Accuracies With Min-Max Objective.

We propose a novel method for improving performance accuracies of convolutional neural network (CNN) without the need to increase the network complexity. We accomplish the goal by applying the proposed Min-Max objective to a layer below the output layer of a CNN model in the course of training. The Min-Max objective explicitly ensures that the feature maps learned by a CNN model have the minimum within-manifold distance for each object manifold and the maximum between-manifold distances among different object manifolds. The Min-Max objective is general and able to be applied to different CNNs with insignificant increases in computation cost. Moreover, an incremental minibatch training procedure is also proposed in conjunction with the Min-Max objective to enable the handling of large-scale training data. Comprehensive experimental evaluations on several benchmark data sets with both the image classification and face verification tasks reveal that employing the proposed Min-Max objective in the training process can remarkably improve performance accuracies of a CNN model in comparison with the same model trained without using this objective. - Source :PubMed

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