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Education of Media Literacy and Ideology & Politics  [PDF]
Huali Zhong
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.622248
Abstract: With the continuous development of society, media literacy education has an increasingly important position and role in university ideological and political education. Therefore, making media literacy education suit university ideological and political education is of great significance to ensure the comprehensive efficiency of ideological and political education. The concept of media literacy education, followed by its inner connection with university ideological and political education, is first introduced in this work. Then negative factors influencing the function of media literacy education in ideological and political education are analyzed. Moreover, practicable principles and measures are proposed to inspire the function of media literacy education in ideological and political education.
On the Basis and Predicament of Applying Organizational Support Theory to Chinese Public Human Resource Management
Huali Wu
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v3n12p102
Abstract: Organizational Support Theory emphasizes on the concerns and attentions of organizations to employees. It can arouse employees’ a sense of obligation to help organizations to reach objectives, enhancing employees’ emotional commitments to organizations, and make employees dedicate to organizations willingly. At present, this theory has already been studied and applied to Chinese enterprises’ human resource development and management field. But seldom does it be referenced by the public management field. This paper, by introducing the Organizational Support Theory, tries to analyze the basis of taking reference from the Organizational Support Theory for Chinese public human resource management and the possible predicaments, with the hope of founding a base for further studies on this subject.
Efficient induction of CD25- iTreg by co-immunization requires strongly antigenic epitopes for T cells
Shuang Geng, Yang Yu, Youmin Kang, George Pavlakis, Huali Jin, Jinyao Li, Yanxin Hu, Weibin Hu, Shuang Wang, Bin Wang
BMC Immunology , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2172-12-27
Abstract: In the present study, we demonstrated the requirement of highly antigenic epitopes for CD25- iTreg induction. Firstly, we showed that the induction of CD25- iTreg by tolerogenic DC can be blocked by anti-MHC-II antibody. Next, both the number and the suppressive activity of CD25- iTreg correlated positively with the overt antigenicity of an epitope to activate T cells. Finally, in a mouse model of dermatitis, highly antigenic epitopes derived from a flea allergen not only induced more CD25- iTreg, but also more effectively prevented allergenic reaction to the allergen than did weakly antigenic epitopes.Our data thus indicate that efficient induction of CD25- iTreg requires highly antigenic peptide epitopes. This finding suggests that highly antigenic epitopes should be used for efficient induction of CD25- iTreg for clinical applications such as flea allergic dermatitis.The inducible regulatory T cells, or iTreg, differ from the naturally regulatory T cells (nTreg) in that the former are generated in the periphery through encounter with environmental antigens. It is also believed that iTreg play non-overlapping roles, relative to nTreg, in regulating peripheral tolerance [1-3]. Most iTreg reported to date have been CD25+ cells (CD4+CD25+Foxp3+), and it is well established that their induction requires suboptimal stimulation of the T cell receptor (TCR) and cytokines TGF-β and IL-2 [3]. The CD25+ iTreg thus appear to derive primarily from weakly stimulated CD4+ T cells.We previously identified a different subset of iTreg in mice that is CD25- (CD4+CD25-Foxp3+ and IL-10+TGF-beta+IFN-γ-). The CD25- iTreg were induced after co-immunization using a protein antigen and a DNA vaccine encoding the same antigen [4-7]. Unlike that of the CD25+ iTreg, the induction of the CD25- iTreg involved the generation of CD40low IL-10high tolerogenic dendritic cells (DCs), which in turn stimulated CD25- iTreg in an antigen-specific manner [4]. We further showed in mouse models that this
A new nonlinear impulsive delay differential inequality and its applications
Wang Huali,Ding Changming
Journal of Inequalities and Applications , 2011,
Abstract: In this article, a new nonlinear impulsive delay differential inequality is established, which can be applied in the dynamical analysis of nonlinear systems to improve many extant results. Using the inequality, we obtain some sufficient conditions to guarantee the exponential stability of nonlinear impulsive functional differential equations. Two examples are given to illustrate the effectiveness and advantages of our results.
AS-Level Internet Macroscopic Topology Centralization Evolvement Analysis  [PDF]
Jie Song, Hai Zhao, Bo Yang, Huali Sun
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2010.310106
Abstract: The As-level topology is a hotspot of the recent reseaches. We can understand the centralization of the network clearly by researching the evolvement trend of the Internet macroscopic topology. The massive data we use in this paper is from CAIDA (The Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis) Skitter project. And the time span of the data is from July, 2001 to January, 2008. This paper introduces the background of the AS-level topology at first, then carries out the evolvement of degree, core and layer. It is believed that the influence of the top-degree nodes on the other nodes decreases and the centralization of network is going to fall off with the decrease of the core. And the nucleus status of network declines.
Identification and Characterization of Paramyosin from Cyst Wall of Metacercariae Implicated Protective Efficacy against Clonorchis sinensis Infection
Xiaoyun Wang, Wenjun Chen, Xiaoli Lv, Yanli Tian, Jingtao Men, Xifeng Zhang, Huali Lei, Chenhui Zhou, Fangli Lu, Chi Liang, Xuchu Hu, Jin Xu, Zhongdao Wu, Xuerong Li, Xinbing Yu
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0033703
Abstract: Human clonorchiasis has been increasingly prevalent in recent years and results in a threat to the public health in epidemic regions, motivating current strategies of vaccines to combat Clonorchis sinensis (C. sinensis). In this study, we identified C. sinensis paramyosin (CsPmy) from the cyst wall proteins of metacercariae by proteomic approaches and characterized the expressed recombinant pET-26b-CsPmy protein (101 kDa). Bioinformatics analysis indicated that full-length sequences of paramyosin are conserved in helminthes and numerous B-cell/T-cell epitopes were predicted in amino acid sequence of CsPmy. Western blot analysis showed that CsPmy was expressed at four life stages of C. sinensis, both cyst wall proteins and soluble tegumental components could be probed by anti-CsPmy serum. Moreover, immunolocalization results revealed that CsPmy was specifically localized at cyst wall and excretory bladder of metacercaria, as well as the tegument, oral sucker and vitellarium of adult worm. Both immunoblot and immunolocalization results demonstrated that CsPmy was highly expressed at the stage of adult worm, metacercariae and cercaria, which could be supported by real-time PCR analysis. Both recombinant protein and nucleic acid of CsPmy showed strong immunogenicity in rats and induced combined Th1/Th2 immune responses, which were reflected by continuous high level of antibody titers and increased level of IgG1/IgG2a subtypes in serum. In vaccine trials, comparing with control groups, both CsPmy protein and DNA vaccine exhibited protective effect with significant worm reduction rate of 54.3% (p<0.05) and 36.1% (p<0.05), respectively. In consistence with immune responses in sera, elevated level of cytokines IFN-γ and IL-4 in splenocytes suggested that CsPmy could induce combined cellular immunity and humoral immunity in host. Taken together, CsPmy could be a promising vaccine candidate in the prevention of C. sinensis regarding its high immunogenicity and surface localization.
Review on Electron-Shuttle-Mediated Microbial Reduction of Iron Oxides Minerals

柳广飞, 朱佳琪, 于华莉, 金若菲, 王竞, 周集体
Liu Guangfei
, Zhu Jiaqi, Yu Huali, Jin Ruofei, Wang Jing, Zhou Jiti

地球科学(中国地质大学学报) , 2018, DOI: 10.3799/dqkx.2018.590
Abstract: 微生物还原铁氧化物矿物是铁元素生物地球化学循环的重要组成,而利用具有氧化还原活性的电子穿梭体介导生物产生的电子向矿物的传递,促进Fe(III)还原是生物还原含铁矿物的一种重要方式. 基于对国内外相关研究成果的归纳整理,本文系统综述了影响腐殖质、醌、硫物种、生物自分泌化合物及固相碳材料等不同类型电子穿梭体参与微生物还原转化铁氧化物的因素及介导电子传递机理,展望了电子穿梭体在环境地质科学研究中有待进一步解决的问题.
Microbial reduction of iron oxides minerals is an essential component of the biogeochemical cycle of iron. The use of redox active electron shuttles to mediate the transfer of biogenic electrons to minerals and accelerate Fe(III) reduction is an important pathway for iron bioreduction. Based on sorting the outcomes in related fields at home and abroad, the impacts of different electron shuttles (humic substances, quinones, sulfur species, cell-secreted compounds and solid carbon materials, etc.) on microbial reduction of iron oxides and their respective mechanisms are reviewed systematically in this paper. And key issues regarding electron shuttles in environmental geology to be solved are~suggested
New fossil elaterid (Coleoptera: Polyphaga: Elateridae) from Yixian Formation of western Liaoning, China

Chang Huali,Ren Dong,Shih Chungkun,

自然科学进展 , 2007,
Abstract: A new species of the elaterid genus Cryptocoelus Dolin and Nel, 2002 from the Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation in the western Liaoning, China is described. Diagnosis of the genus is revised, and the systematic position of the genus is briefly discussed. Because the elaterids originated in the Early to Mid-Jurassic, this new material from the Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous will enhance our understanding of the transition between ancient elaterids and extant ones, bridge the gap of cryptic relationships between the Mesozoic cupedids and elaterids, and expand our knowledge of their evolutionary history.
Structure-strength of Hook with Ultimate Load by Finite Element Method
Yu Huali,H.L.,Huang Xieqing
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2009,
Lodging-Resistance Breeding of Platycodon grandiflorus Using Distant Hybridization  [PDF]
Yan Ma, Yan Lin, Huali Zhang, Fang Liang, Liping Sun, Maoliang Wang, Haibo Xin
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.618281
Abstract: The distant hybridization was used in lodging-resistance breeding of Platycodon grandiflorus. The parents were Platycodon grandiflorus (♀) and Campanula medium (♂). 187 seeds of F1 were harvested by using the inter-generic hybridization in 2009 and 2010, 2 repeat, and 88 normal plants were obtained. The characteristics of leaves, stems and branches were the same as female for F1 generation, F2 generation, backcross generation and S1 generation, and there were some different characteristics with female which were flower colors, branching habit and plant height. A lodging-resistance plant was selected in F1, which was about 75 cm high, deep pink flower color and developed lateral branches. The DNA groups of each generation were separated by 1% agarose gel electrophoresis and there were not significant differences. Among the each generation many flower colors and forms were obtained.
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