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Auditory abnormalities in children with autism  [PDF]
Ying-Hua Tan, Chun-Yan Xi, Shu-Ping Jiang, Bing-Xin Shi, Li-Bo Wang, Lin Wang
Open Journal of Psychiatry (OJPsych) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojpsych.2012.21005
Abstract: The present study aimed to describe the characteristics of auditory abnormalities present in cases of autism. One hundred and fifty six children with autism and 141matched controls with language delay were investigated via direct observations combined with parent/caregiver reports. All of the autistic individuals demonstrated auditory abnormalities especially in the domain of hyposensitivity, compared with 33.3% of children with language delay. The auditory abnormalities in autism primarily comprised of auditory hyposensitivity, auditory hypersensitivity, phonophobia, and peculiar interests in certain sounds. Participants with autism were rated as having more problems than the language-delayed children in all the items of each domain. No significant difference in the range of auditory abnormalities were observed between mild and severe autistic children except for the presence of phonophobia. Children with autism presented with diverse auditory abnormalities which may be specific features in autism and may play an important role in the early identification of autism.
Binding of pyrene to dissolved organic matters:fractionation and characterization
Binding of pyrene to dissolved organic matters: fractionation and characterization

DAI Jing-yu,ZHOU Jiang-min,QIN Shu-ping,
DAI Jing-yu
,ZHOU Jiang-min,QIN Shu-ping

环境科学学报(英文版) , 2004,
Abstract: Based on a modified Leenheer DOM fractionation scheme, fractionation of DOM from the paddy soil was conducted by using XAD-8 resin into hydrophobic bases(HOB), hydrophobic acids(HOA), acid-insoluble matter(AIM), hydrophobic neutrals(HON) and hydrophilic matter(HIM). In total carbon content of DOM, 35.32% were the HIM and only 0.73% the HOB. However, HOA and AIM altogether occupied 53.45%, while the HON fraction represented 10%. The sorption experiments were conducted to determine the sorption capacity of pyrene on unfractionated DOM and its fractions. Elemental analysis, 1H-NMR and FTIR spectra were carried out on unfractionated DOM and its fractions to examine the relationship between the structure of DOM and partition coefficients(K oc). The results showed that HON had a greater affinity for binding pyrene than other fractions. While HON was characterized by large long-chain alkylate (aliphatic structure). AIM exhibited relative higher K oc values than HOA and HIM, due to much aromatic structure in AIM, while the high content of carboxylic groups of HOA and HIM depressed their binding capacity. This study demonstrated HON is a key subcomponents of DOM in binding of pyrene, in other words, aliphalic structure in DOM play an important role in binding of pyrene.
Bagasse-based Nanoporous Carbon for Supercapacitor Application
SI Wei-Jiang, WU Xiao-Zhong, XING Wei, ZHOU Jin, ZHUO Shu-Ping
无机材料学报 , 2010, DOI: 10.3724/sp.j.1077.2010.10376
Abstract: A kind of nanoporous carbon has been successfully prepared fromsugarcane bagasse through a facile microwave―induced ZnCl2activation and tested as electrode material in ionic liquid supercapacitor. Theas―prepared nanoporous carbons are systematically characterized by a variety ofmeans such as N2 adsorption, SEM (scanning electron microscope) andTEM (transmission electron microscope). Characterization results reveal thatthe pore size of nanoporous carbons can be tuned from 2.5 nm to 7 nm by simplyadjusting the concentration of ZnCl2 solution from 20 wt% to 60 wt%. The nanoporous carbonsare tested as electrode materials in ionic liquid using different electrochemicalmeans such as cyclic voltammetry, constant current charge―discharge andelectrochemical impedance spectroscopy. As evidenced by electrochemicalmeasurements, the capacitive performances of the carbons are closely related totheir pore sizes. It has beendemonstrated that large pore size benefits the good capacitive performance ofnanoporous carbon in ionic liquid electrolyte.
Bagasse-based Nanoporous Carbon for Supercapacitor Application
SI Wei-Jiang, WU Xiao-Zhong, XING Wei, ZHOU Jin, ZHUO Shu-Ping
无机材料学报 , 2010,
Abstract: A kind of nanoporous carbon has been successfully prepared from sugarcane bagasse through a facile microwave-induced ZnCl2 activation and tested as electrode material in ionic liquid supercapacitor. The as-prepared nanoporous carbons are systematically characterized by a variety of means such as N2 adsorption, SEM (scanning electron microscope) and TEM (transmission electron microscope). Characterization results reveal that the pore size of nanoporous carbons can be tuned from 2.5 to 7 nm by simply adjusting the concentration of ZnCl2 solution from 20 to 60 wt%. The nanoporous carbons are tested as electrode materials in ionic liquid using different electrochemical means such as cyclic voltammetry, constant current charge-discharge and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. As evidenced by electrochemical measurements, the capacitive performances of the carbons are closely related to their pore sizes. It has been demonstrated that large pore size benefits the good capacitive performance of nanoporous carbon in ionic liquid electrolyte.
SEQUENTIAL S*-COMPACTNESS IN L-TOPOLOGICAL SPACES*
SHU-PING,LI;
Proyecciones (Antofagasta) , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-09172005000100001
Abstract: in this paper, a new notion of sequential compactness is introduced in l-topological spaces, which is called sequentially s*-compactness. if l = [0, 1], sequential ultra-compactness, sequential n-compactness and sequential strong compactness imply sequential s*-compactness, and sequential s*-compactness implies sequential f-compactness. the intersection of a sequentially s*-compact l-set and a closed l-set is sequentially s*-compact. the continuous image of an sequentially s*-compact l-set is sequentially s*-compact. a weakly induced l-space (x, t ) is sequentially s*-compact if and only if (x, [t ]) is sequential compact. the countable product of sequential s*-compact l-sets is sequentially s*-compact
SEQUENTIAL S*-COMPACTNESS IN L-TOPOLOGICAL SPACES*
LI SHU-PING
Proyecciones (Antofagasta) , 2005,
Abstract: In this paper, a new notion of sequential compactness is introduced in L-topological spaces, which is called sequentially S*-compactness. If L = [0, 1], sequential ultra-compactness, sequential N-compactness and sequential strong compactness imply sequential S*-compactness, and sequential S*-compactness implies sequential F-compactness. The intersection of a sequentially S*-compact L-set and a closed L-set is sequentially S*-compact. The continuous image of an sequentially S*-compact L-set is sequentially S*-compact. A weakly induced L-space (X, T ) is sequentially S*-compact if and only if (X, [T ]) is sequential compact. The countable product of sequential S*-compact L-sets is sequentially S*-compact
Anti-lipid peroxidation effect of Rosa davurica Pall. fruit
JIAO Shu-Ping
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao , 2004,
Abstract: Objective: To study the anti-lipid peroxidation action of Rosa davurica Pall. fruit.Methods: The contents of malondialdehyde (MDA) of the tissue homogenate of the liver, heart, kidney, brain and of the red blood cells induced by hydrogen peroxide in mice were measured. The contents of MDA and the activities of superoxide dismutase (SOD) and glutathione peroxidase (GSH-Px) of ischemic myocardium of mice were measured.Results: 0.2 g/L Rosa davurica Pall. fruit could decrease significantly the contents of MDA of the all tissue (P<0.05). Inhibition rate of 6.7 g/L Rosa davurica Pall. fruit on MDA of the red blood cells induced by hydrogen peroxide was 89.2%. Administration of this extraction successively for six days (ig, 2.0 g·kg-1·d-1) can significantly reduce the content of MDA (P<0.01) and augment the activities of SOD and GHS-Px (P<0.05) in the ischemic myocardium of mice. Conclusion: Rosa davurica Pall. fruit can significantly prevent the lipid peroxidation.
Influence of Several Fermentation on Seaweed Waste of Feed  [PDF]
Xiaohui Liu, Shu-Ping Zhang, Ling Han, Yue Li
Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems (JSBS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jsbs.2012.24016
Abstract: This paper focuses on several factors on the effects of fermented seaweed feed, and obtains the optimal fermentation process through the analysis of nutrients. Through the experiment we can get, Seaweed waste fermented the best feed when adding 1% of microbial agents and 0.5% of corn powder, fermenting for 15 days.
Localized states of flattened quantum elliptic rings and their optical properties

Situ Shu-Ping,

中国物理 B , 2009,
Abstract: A flattened elliptic ring containing an electron is studied. The emphasis is placed on clarifying the effect of the flattening. The localized states are classified into four types according to their inherent nodes. When the ring becomes more flattened, the total probability of dipole absorption of each state is found to be reduced. Furthermore, each spectral line of absorption is found to shift towards red and may split into a few lines, and these lines as a whole become more diffusive.
Two-step Purification of Recombinant Human Beta Nerve Growth Factor (β-rhNGF) Secreted by CHO Cells with Chromatographic Method
两步柱色谱法纯化 CHO 表达的重组人β神经生长因子(β-rhNGF)

JIANG Jing,YU Shu-ping,JIANG Gui-xiang,WANG Chang-hai,
姜静
,于淑萍,姜桂香,王长海

中国生物工程杂志 , 2008,
Abstract: 基因重组技术生产蛋白药物较传统提取生产方式具有诸多优点。运用一步离子交换色谱层析(Sepharose Fast Flow)和反相(C4)色谱层析串联纯化了CHO工程细胞株分泌表达的重组人β神经生长因子(β-rhNGF),纯化产物经SDS—PAGE及反相HPLC分析纯度均达到95%以上,生物学活性经PC12细胞和鸡胚背根神经节测定均与Sigma标准品无差异。产物经两步纯化后的收率达70%以上,为建立该产品切实可行的工业化纯化工艺提供了依据。
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