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Developing the Electron Publication of Chinese Ancient Books
中国古籍电子出版物制作技术浅探

Dong Yan Xing Suli,
董焱
,邢素丽

现代图书情报技术 , 1999,
Abstract: This paper provides a rustic opinion on the key technique of making electron publication of Chinese ancient books, such as: text incoming, indexing, post--controlling and Chinese character bank supporting,etc., It also touches upon the management problems during the process of electron publication making.
Study on Exit Mechanism for Private Equity Investment
Suli YU
Canadian Social Science , 2009,
Abstract: As a new type of investment and financing method, the private equity investment saw rapid development in China. The private equity investment can not only provide financial support for enterprises, but also can improve the corporate governance structure and management level depending on the advantage of financial management and advisory experts. However, the fundamental purpose of private equity investment institutions is to obtain high income, and whether the high income can be achieved depends on the success of capital withdrawal. Capital withdrawal, i.e. exit is an important part of normal operation for private equity investment. This paper will build an exit mechanism for private equity investment through analysis of the selection of the three factors, which are ways to exit, timing of exit and degree of exit. Key words: Private equity investment; Way to exit; Timing of exit; Degree of exit
Decreased Autophagy Contributes to Myocardial Dysfunction in Rats Subjected to Nonlethal Mechanical Trauma
Jie Wang, Keyi Lu, Feng Liang, Xiaoyu Li, Li Wang, Caihong Yang, Zi Yan, Suli Zhang, Huirong Liu
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0071400
Abstract: Autophagy is important in cells for removing damaged organelles, such as mitochondria. Insufficient autophagy plays a critical role in tissue injury and organ dysfunction under a variety of pathological conditions. However, the role of autophagy in nonlethal traumatic cardiac damage remains unclear. The aims of the present study were to investigate whether nonlethal mechanical trauma may result in the change of cardiomyocyte autophagy, and if so, to determine whether the changed myocardial autophagy may contribute to delayed cardiac dysfunction. Male adult rats were subjected to nonlethal traumatic injury, and cardiomyocyte autophagy, cardiac mitochondrial function, and cardiac function in isolated perfused hearts were detected. Direct mechanical traumatic injury was not observed in the heart within 24 h after trauma. However, cardiomyocyte autophagy gradually decreased and reached a minimal level 6 h after trauma. Cardiac mitochondrial dysfunction was observed by cardiac radionuclide imaging 6 h after trauma, and cardiac dysfunction was observed 24 h after trauma in the isolated perfused heart. These were reversed when autophagy was induced by administration of the autophagy inducer rapamycin 30 min before trauma. Our present study demonstrated for the first time that nonlethal traumatic injury caused decreased autophagy, and decreased autophagy may contribute to post-traumatic organ dysfunction. Though our study has some limitations, it strongly suggests that cardiac damage induced by nonlethal mechanical trauma can be detected by noninvasive radionuclide imaging, and induction of autophagy may be a novel strategy for reducing posttrauma multiple organ failure.
Similar Metabolic Changes Induced by HIPVs Exposure as Herbivore in Ammopiptanthus mongolicus
Jingru Sun, Xiao Zhang, Chuanjian Cao, Xindi Mei, Ningning Wang, Suli Yan, Shixiang Zong, Youqing Luo, Haijun Yang, Yingbai Shen
PLOS ONE , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0095474
Abstract: Herbivore-induced plant volatiles (HIPVs) are important compounds to prim neighboring undamaged plants; however, the mechanism for this priming process remains unclear. To reveal metabolic changes in plants exposed to HIPVs, metabolism of leaves and roots of Ammopiptanthus mongolicus seedlings exposed to HIPVs released from conspecific plants infested with larvae of Orgyia ericae were analyzed together with control and infested seedlings using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)-based metabolic technology and multi variate data analysis. Results presented showed that HIPVs exposure led to similar but specific metabolic changes compared with those induced by infestation in both leaves and roots. Furthermore, both HIPVs exposure and herbivore attack resulted in metabolic changes involving a series of primary and secondary metabolites in both leaves and roots. Taken together, these results suggested that priming of yet-damaged plants may be achieved by reconfiguring metabolic pathways in leaves and roots to make similar concentrations for all metabolites as those in seedlings infested. Therefore, we propose that improved readiness of defense induction of primed plants toward subsequent herbivore attack may be based on the similar metabolic profiling induced by HIPVs exposure as those caused by herbivore.
Needs analysis for public green spaces in Grosuplje
Klara Suli,Ana Ku?an
Urbani Izziv , 2008,
Abstract: A huge increase in residential and business-commercial construction has characterised Grosuplje, a young town and suburban settlement of the greater Ljubljana area, over the last two decades, thereby increasing the number of possible users of its open space. The arrangement of this settlement development to date has not been successfully followed and urban green areas undergoing the urbanisation process were not treated fully or equivalently to other spatial utilisation. Based on these departure points, a basic question has arisen: what types and quantities of planned green areas are needed in Grosuplje today? It was assumed that such planned areas which would effectively serve the needs of users were lacking in the town, yet doubt regarding accessibility and the public nature of existing green areas has arisen, which could pose a considerable obstacle to users. In order to verify these assumptions and departure points, a short research survey was carried out with the residents, with a spatial analysis performed simultaneously. There were two key findings. The problem of urban green areas and open spaces is more about the quality of the arrangement and content of these spaces rather than the quantity. The need for planned green areas was expressed by the residents of both single homes and multi-storey dwellings. General guidelines for planning green areas in Grosuplje as well as guidelines which could aid in designing the town's appearance were given based on these findings.
Analiza potreb po javnih zelenih povr inah v Grosupljem
Klara Suli,Ana Ku?an
Urbani Izziv , 2008,
Abstract: Za Grosuplje kot mlado mesto in primestno naselje velike Ljubljane je v zadnjih dveh desetletjih zna ilno veliko pove anje stanovanjske in poslovno-obrtne gradnje, s imer se ve a tudi tevilo mo nih uporabnikov odprtega prostora. Urejanje tega razvoju poselitve do nedavnega ni uspe no sledilo in zelene povr ine mesta v procesu urbanizacije niso bile obravnavane celostno ali enakovredno drugim rabam prostora. Na podlagi teh izhodi je bilo zastavljeno osnovno vpra anje, kak ne so danes potrebe po tipih in koli ini urejenih zelenih povr in v Grosupljem. Predpostavljeno je bilo, da v mestu tako ustrezno urejenih povr in, ki bi u inkovito slu ile potrebam uporabnikov, primanjkuje, porajal pa se je tudi dvom o dostopnosti in javnem zna aju obstoje ih zelenih povr in, kar je lahko precej nja ovira za uporabnika. Da bi preverili te domneve in izhodi a, je bila med prebivalci izvedena kraj a anketna raziskava, so asno pa opravljena tudi analiza prostora. Glavni ugotovitvi sta bili dve. Problem mestnih zelenih povr in in odprtih prostorov se bolj kot na koli ino nana a na kakovost ureditve ter vsebino teh prostorov. Potrebe po urejenih zelenih povr inah izra ajo tako prebivalci enodru inskih hi kot ve stanovanjskih objektov. Na podlagi ugotovitev so bile podane splo ne usmeritve za urejanje zelenih povr in v Grosupljem in tudi usmeritve, ki so lahko v pomo pri oblikovanju podobe mesta.
A Note on Linear Elliptic Systems on $\R^d$
Christoph Ortner,Endre Suli
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: We are concerned with the well-posedness of linear elliptic systems posed on $\mathbb{R}^d$. The concrete problem of interest, for which we require this theory, arises from the linearization of the equations of anisotropic finite elasticity, however, our results are more generally applicable to translation-invariant problem posed on $\mathbb{R}^d$. We describe a variant of homogeneous Sobolev spaces, which are convenient for treating problems of this kind.
Decreased Autophagy in Rat Heart Induced by Anti-β1-Adrenergic Receptor Autoantibodies Contributes to the Decline in Mitochondrial Membrane Potential
Li Wang, Keyi Lu, Haihu Hao, Xiaoyu Li, Jie Wang, Ke Wang, Jin Wang, Zi Yan, Suli Zhang, Yunhui Du, Huirong Liu
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0081296
Abstract: It has been recognized that changes in mitochondrial structure plays a key role in development of cardiac dysfunction, and autophagy has been shown to exert maintenance of mitochondrial homeostasis effects. Our previous study found that anti-β1-adrenergic receptor autoantibodies (β1-AABs) could lead to cardiac dysfunction along with abnormalities in mitochondrial structure. The present study tested the hypothesis that β1-AABs may induce the decline in mitochondrial membrane potential (ΔΨm) by suppression of cardiac autophagy, which contributed to cardiac dysfunction. Male adult rats were randomized to receive a vehicle or peptide corresponding to the second extracellular loop of the β1 adrenergic receptor (β1-AAB group, 0.4 μg/g every two weeks for 12 weeks) and treated with rapamycin (RAPA, an autophagy agonist) at 5 mg/kg/day for two days before detection. At the 4th week, 8th week and 12th week of active immunization, the rats were sacrificed and cardiac function and the levels of cardiac LC3 and Beclin-1 were detected. ΔΨm in cardiac myocytes was determined by myocardial radionuclide imaging technology and JC-1 staining. In the present study, β1-AABs caused cardiac dysfunction, reduced ΔΨm and decreased cardiac autophagy. Treatment with RAPA markedly attenuated β1-AABs-induced cardiac injury evidenced by recovered ΔΨm. Taken together, these results suggested that β1-AABs exerted significant decreased ΔΨm, which may contribute to cardiac dysfunction, most likely by decreasing cardiac autophagy in vivo. Moreover, myocardial radionuclide imaging technology may be needed to assess the risk in developing cardiac dysfunction for the people who have β1-AABs in their blood.
The ABI4-Induced Arabidopsis ANAC060 Transcription Factor Attenuates ABA Signaling and Renders Seedlings Sugar Insensitive when Present in the Nucleus
Ping Li equal contributor,Hua Zhou equal contributor,Xiaoliang Shi,Bo Yu,Yan Zhou,Suli Chen,Yufeng Wang,Yu Peng,Rhonda C. Meyer,Sjef C. Smeekens,Sheng Teng
PLOS Genetics , 2014, DOI: doi/10.1371/journal.pgen.1004213
Abstract: Seedling establishment is inhibited on media containing high levels (~6%) of glucose or fructose. Genetic loci that overcome the inhibition of seedling growth on high sugar have been identified using natural variation analysis and mutant selection, providing insight into sugar signaling pathways. In this study, a quantitative trait locus (QTL) analysis was performed for seedling sensitivity to high sugar in a Col/C24 F2 population of Arabidopsis thaliana. A glucose and fructose-sensing QTL, GSQ11, was mapped through selective genotyping and confirmed in near-isogenic lines in both Col and C24 backgrounds. Allelism tests and transgenic complementation showed that GSQ11 lies within the ANAC060 gene. The Col ANAC060 allele confers sugar insensitivity and was dominant over the sugar-sensitive C24 allele. Genomic and mRNA analyses showed that a single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) in Col ANAC060 affects the splicing patterns of ANAC060 such that 20 additional nucleotides are present in the mRNA. The insertion created a stop codon, resulting in a truncated ANAC60 protein lacking the transmembrane domain (TMD) that is present in the C24 ANAC060 protein. The absence of the TMD results in the nuclear localization of ANAC060. The short version of the ANAC060 protein is found in ~12% of natural Arabidopsis accessions. Glucose induces GSQ11/ANAC060 expression in a process that requires abscisic acid (ABA) signaling. Chromatin immunoprecipitation-qPCR and transient expression analysis showed that ABI4 directly binds to the GSQ11/ANAC060 promoter to activate transcription. Interestingly, Col ANAC060 reduced ABA sensitivity and Glc-induced ABA accumulation, and ABI4 expression was also reduced in Col ANAC060 lines. Thus, the sugar-ABA signaling cascade induces ANAC060 expression, but the truncated Col ANAC060 protein attenuates ABA induction and ABA signaling. This negative feedback from nuclear ANAC060 on ABA signaling results in sugar insensitivity.
SHRIMP zircon U-Pb ages of garnet pyroxenite and Fushui gabbroic complex in Song-shugou region and constraints on tectonic evolution of Qinling Orogenic Belt
SHRIMP zircon U-Pb ages of garnet pyroxenite and Fushui gabbroic complex in Songshugou region and constraints on tectonic evolution of Qinling Orogenic Belt

SULi,SONGShuguang,SONGBiao,ZHOUDingwu,HAOJianrong
科学通报(英文版) , 2004,
Abstract: “Qinling Group (?)” in Songshugou region in the north of the Shangdan Fault consists predominantly of amphibolite with or without garnet and amphibole-plagioclase gneiss and intercalated with lensiod blocks of garnet pyroxenite, where the famous Songshugou dunite body occurs (Fig. 1). Petrographic study reveals that garnet pyroxenite is the representative rock of early
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