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Judges’ Continuing Construction in Enterprise-Conditioned Employer Dismissal in Germany: Specific Research of the Proportion Principle  [PDF]
Jianhong Fan
Beijing Law Review (BLR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/blr.2014.54030
Abstract: A common theme must be ensuring equity to protecting the job security of employees, when the enterprise owners implement the dismissal right due to enterprises reasons. There are yet many problems needing to be solved in the interpretation, application, construction and supplementation of the norm of “social rationality” according to German Federal Dismissal Protection Statute. It is important to Germany itself but will also have far-reaching effects on foreign countries that have enterprise in Germany. Nevertheless, it is not easy for designing a new control structure for such dismissal. In this paper, a legislative space of social rationality could be continuingly constructed or supplemented successfully. This should thus be welcomed by international judges, lawyers and citizens.
Study on the Imprinting Status of Insulin-Like Growth Factor II (IGF-II) Gene in Villus during 6–10 Gestational Weeks
Jianhong Chen,Qun Fang,Baojiang Chen,Yi Zhou,Yanmin Luo
Obstetrics and Gynecology International , 2010, DOI: 10.1155/2010/965905
Abstract: Objective. To compare the difference of imprinting status of insulin-like growth factor II (IGF-II) gene in villus between normal embryo development group and abnormal embryo development group and to investigate the relationship between karyotype and the imprinting status of IGF-II gene. Methods. A total of 85 pregnant women with singleton pregnancy were divided into two groups: one with abnormal embryo development ( ) and the other with normal embryo development ( ). Apa I polymorphism of IGF-II gene in chorionic villus was assayed with reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) and restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP). The relationship between chromosomal abnormal karyotype and IGF-II gene imprinting status was analyzed by primary cell culture and G-banding chromosomal karyotype analysis. Results. IGF-II imprinting loss rate was higher in the abnormal embryo development group than the normal embryo development group (44.7% versus 31.6%), but without significant difference ( ). The percentage of abnormal chromosomes of chorionic villus in the abnormal embryo development group was 42.5%, in which IGF-II imprinting loss rate reached 64.7%. No abnormal karyotypes were found in the normal embryo development group. However, there was significant difference in IGF-II imprinting loss rate between two groups ( ). Conclusion. During weeks 6–10 of gestation, abnormal embryonic development is correlated with chromosomal abnormalities. The imprinting status of IGF-II gene played important roles in embryonic development, and imprinting loss might be related to chromosomal abnormalities. 1. Introduction Genomic imprinting (also, namely, gene imprinting) is an epigenetic phenomenon inconsistent with the traditional Mendelian inheritance. The definition of genomic imprinting is that alleles from father or mother are modified when they transmit genetic information to offspring, resulting in only one of alleles from father or mother expressed in offspring [1]. Imprinting is a dynamic process. It must be possible to erase and re-establish the imprint through each generation. The nature of the imprint must therefore be epigenetic (modifications to the structure of the DNA rather than the sequence). The majority of imprinted genes are related with embryonic development. The parental-specific expression is obtained through epigenetic modifications (DNA methylation, histone tail modifications) which alter the conformation of chromatin fiber and therefore regulate the expression of the underlying genes. Deletions, duplication, mutations, or
Free or Limited Dismissal by Enterprise Owners in Germany—A Classic and Authoritative Discussion  [PDF]
Jianhong Fan, Qing Tian
Beijing Law Review (BLR) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/blr.2013.44023
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Multinational corporations pay great attention to the dismissal caused by enterprise owners (Arbeitgeberkündigung), especially in the fierce competition of market economy. In fact, the limits of dismissal rights of employers are also a key issue in human resources management. However, the importance of solving this problem reasonably is beyond the law itself. Once the rationality of the premises that are based on the legislation of dismissal limits is challenged, the solution drawn from deduction or induction becomes an issue of ambiguity. This paper will discuss the concept of “dismissal”, its differentiation with other related concepts, and the concept of dismissal limits from the perspective of German law. The study also discusses the following issue from the view upon legal theory: Are the dismissal’s “premises” of legislation and judicatory rational? This study also sheds lights on the comparative law in some developing countries.

Modeling and simulation of ion channels and action potentials in taste receptor cells
PeiHua Chen,Xiao-dong Liu,Wei Zhang,Jun Zhou,Ping Wang,Wei Yang,JianHong Luo
Science China Life Sciences , 2009, DOI: 10.1007/s11427-009-0138-9
Abstract: Based on patch clamp data on the ionic currents of rat taste receptor cells, a mathematical model of mammalian taste receptor cells was constructed to simulate the action potentials of taste receptor cells and their corresponding ionic components, including voltage-gated Na+ currents and outward delayed rectifier K+ currents. Our simulations reproduced the action potentials of taste receptor cells in response to electrical stimuli or sour tastants. The kinetics of ion channels and their roles in action potentials of taste receptor cells were also analyzed. Our prototype model of single taste receptor cell and simulation results presented in this paper provide the basis for the further study of taste information processing in the gustatory system.
Attempted Transmission of Theileria annulata to Sheep and Goats with Hyalomma detritum and Hyalomma anatolicum
Hong Yin,Jianxun Luo,Qicai Zhang,Guiquan Guan,Bingyi Lu,Jianhong Guo,Yajun Wang,Wenshun Lu
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: Three experiments were carried out to determine if Theileria annulata could be transmitted to small ruminants. Three Theileria-free batches of laboratory-reared larvae of Hyalomma detritum and larvae and nymphs of Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum were applied to calves infected with Theileria annulata. The adult ticks of Hy. detritum and the nymphs and adult ticks of Hy. a. anatolicum which developed from these infestations were used for the experiments. In experiment 1, T. annulata sporozoites were inoculated into an intact calf. On day 20, the parasitaemia of the calf was 75% and it died from theileriosis. In experiment 2, one splenectomized sheep and one intact goat were each infested with 110 adult ticks of Hy. detritum. From 8-12 days post infestation, febrile responses were observed, but schizonts were not seen in lymph node biopsy smears. Subsequent examination of blood films for the presence of piroplasms of Theileria was also negative. In experiment 3, each of two sheep were infested with 500 nymphal ticks and each of two other sheep were infested with 200 adult ticks of Hy a. anatolicum. The results were the same as those of experiment 2. It was concluded that T. annulata only causes a mild febrile response and does not produce schizonts and piroplasms in sheep and goat when transmitted to these host species by Hy. detritum and Hy. a. anatolicum.
Quantum trajectory analysis for electrical detection of single-electron spin resonance
Jinshuang Jin,Jianhong Guo,Junyan Luo,Xin-Qi Li,YiJing Yan
Physics , 2005, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.73.125312
Abstract: A Monte Carlo simulation on the basis of quantum trajectory approach is carried out for the measurement dynamics of a single electron spin resonance. The measured electron, which is confined in either a quantum dot or a defect trap, is tunnel-coupled to a side reservoir and continuously monitored by a mesoscopic detector. The simulation not only recovers the observed telegraphic signal of detector current, but also predicts unique features in the output power spectrum which are associated with electron dynamics in different regimes.
A Research on the Influences of Transnational Merger and Acquisition on China’s Industry Security
Jianhong Huang
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v4n4p77
Abstract: With the rapid development of China’s economy, foreign investment in China’s industry has got strengthened in both breadth and depth. Transnational corporations, one of the sources of foreign investment, have done frequent M&A, hence having some actual and potential influences on China’s industry or even economy security. This article begins with the current situation and characteristics of transnational corporations’ M&A, then moves on to the positive and negative influences transnational corporations’ M&A in the recent time have on China’s industry security and puts forward some relevant strategies and suggestions for China about how to cope with M&A from the aspect of making reasonable use of foreign capital.
An Analysis of Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions’ Effects on China’s Automotive Industry Security and the Countermeasures
Jianhong Huang
Asian Social Science , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v5n5p58
Abstract: Along with the opening up of China economy, cross-border mergers and acquisitions exert a greater effect on China’s industrial security. This paper is chiefly to discuss the influences of cross-border mergers and acquisitions on China automotive industry security. Based on convincible investigations and researches, this paper analyzes China automotive industry’s domestic demand conditions, self problems, and cross-border mergers and acquisitions’ influences on the industry, and advances relevant countermeasures and suggestions for improving China automotive industry security.
A Discussion on the Cultivation of Artistic Originality
Jianhong Yin
Asian Social Science , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v4n9p73
Abstract: The artistic culture of Artists is reflected on the artistic works in the form of artistic emotion. Originality is the key in making a specific artistic works different from others. Innovative designs will be respected and admired by future generations. We are now confronted with the reality of the lack of originality and the inadequacy of creativity. In the process of basic technique learning, we should learn to think and focus on both learning and thinking, and learn to draw inferences about other cases from one instance so as to achieve high level in learning.
A stochastic-variational model for soft Mumford-Shah segmentation
Jianhong Shen
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: In contemporary image and vision analysis, stochastic approaches demonstrate great flexibility in representing and modeling complex phenomena, while variational-PDE methods gain enormous computational advantages over Monte-Carlo or other stochastic algorithms. In combination, the two can lead to much more powerful novel models and efficient algorithms. In the current work, we propose a stochastic-variational model for soft (or fuzzy) Mumford-Shah segmentation of mixture image patterns. Unlike the classical hard Mumford-Shah segmentation, the new model allows each pixel to belong to each image pattern with some probability. We show that soft segmentation leads to hard segmentation, and hence is more general. The modeling procedure, mathematical analysis, and computational implementation of the new model are explored in detail, and numerical examples of synthetic and natural images are presented.
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