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Analysis for the dorsalization potency of the animal blastomeres of the 16 cell stageXenopus embryo
Qinghua Tao,Xiaoyan Ding
Chinese Science Bulletin , 1999, DOI: 10.1007/BF02885543
Abstract: The dorso-ventral axis ofXenopus embryo is established after fertilization. Blastula stage blastomeres acquire different identities as they have inherited different maternal materials which distribute radial symmetrically along the animal vegetal aixs in the full-grown oocyte, and are rearranged by the cortical rotation triggered by fertilization. The vegetal blastmeres demonstrate the different dorsalization potencies in the previous transplantation experiments. The data of blastomere explanting and RT-PCR analyzing indicate that the dorsal ventral bias also exists among the animal blastomeres even during the early blastula stage.
Empirical Researches on the Governance Efficiency of the Board in Chinese Commercial Banks
Zhongming Ding,Hongmei Tao
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009,
Abstract: The commercial banks are different from other corporations. The board governance is significant for commercial banks. This paper tempts to research the governance efficiency of the board in Chinese commercial banks by empirical analysis on the listed banks, with the hope of providing references and practical mode for the governance of commercial banks in China.
Robust Face Recognition via Multimodal Deep Face Representation
Changxing Ding,Dacheng Tao
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: Face images appeared in multimedia applications, e.g., social networks and digital entertainment, usually exhibit dramatic pose, illumination, and expression variations, resulting in considerable performance degradation for traditional face recognition algorithms. This paper proposes a comprehensive deep learning framework to jointly learn face representation using multimodal information. The proposed deep learning structure is composed of a set of elaborately designed convolutional neural networks (CNNs) and a three-layer stacked auto-encoder (SAE). The set of CNNs extracts complementary facial features from multimodal data. Then, the extracted features are concatenated to form a high-dimensional feature vector, whose dimension is compressed by SAE. All the CNNs are trained using a subset of 9,000 subjects from the publicly available CASIA-WebFace database, which ensures the reproducibility of this work. Using the proposed single CNN architecture and limited training data, 98.43% verification rate is achieved on the LFW database. Benefited from the complementary information contained in multimodal data, our small ensemble system achieves higher than 99.0% recognition rate on LFW using publicly available training set.
A Comprehensive Survey on Pose-Invariant Face Recognition
Changxing Ding,Dacheng Tao
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: The capacity to recognize faces under varied poses is a fundamental human ability that presents a unique challenge for computer vision systems. Compared to frontal face recognition, which has been intensively studied and has gradually matured in the past few decades, pose-invariant face recognition (PIFR) remains a largely unsolved problem. However, PIFR is crucial to realizing the full potential of face recognition for real-world applications, since face recognition is intrinsically a passive biometric technology for recognizing uncooperative subjects. In this paper, we discuss the inherent difficulties in PIFR and present a comprehensive review of established techniques. Existing PIFR methods can be grouped into four categories, i.e., pose-robust feature extraction approaches, multi-view subspace learning approaches, face synthesis approaches, and hybrid approaches. The motivations, strategies, pros/cons, and performance of representative approaches are described and compared. Moreover, promising directions for future research are discussed.
Spectrum Sensing in Multi-user Cognitive Radio Networks  [PDF]
Yunxiao Zu, Tao Chen, Junjie Ding, Bin Hou, Dongjing Hu
Communications and Network (CN) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/cn.2013.53B2006
Abstract: Spectrum sensing is studied for multi-user cognitive radio networks in this paper. An improved spectrum sensing method----energy-cooperative detection method is developed, which combines the double threshold energy detecting method with the “OR” fusion decision rule. The simulation is done for both AWGN channel and Rayleigh channel, and the advantages of the improved method are verified.
Analysis for the dorsalization potency of the animal blastomeres of the 16 cell stage Xenopus embryo

Qinghua Tao,Xiaoyan Ding,

科学通报(英文版) , 1999,
Abstract: The dorso-ventral axis ofXenopus embryo is established after fertilization. Blastula stage blastomeres acquire different identities as they have inherited different maternal materials which distribute radial symmetrically along the animal vegetal aixs in the full-grown oocyte, and are rearranged by the cortical rotation triggered by fertilization. The vegetal blastmeres demonstrate the different dorsalization potencies in the previous transplantation experiments. The data of blastomere explanting and RT-PCR analyzing indicate that the dorsal ventral bias also exists among the animal blastomeres even during the early blastula stage.
Epidemiologic application of verbal autopsy to investigate the high occurrence of cancer along Huai River Basin, China
Xia Wan, Maigeng Zhou, Zhuang Tao, Ding Ding, Gonghuan Yang
Population Health Metrics , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1478-7954-9-37
Abstract: An epidemiologic study was designed to compare numbers of deaths and causes of death between the study areas with water pollution and the control areas without water pollution in S County and Y District in 2005. The study areas were selected based on the distribution of the Huai River and its tributaries. Verbal autopsy was used to assist cause of death (COD) diagnoses and to verify mortality rates. The standard mortality rates (SMRs) of cancer in the study area were compared with those in the control areas. In order to verify the difference between mortality rates due to cancers in the study and the control areas, patients who reported having cancer in the survey received a second diagnosis by national and provincial oncologists with pathological and laboratory examinations. Comparisons were made to determine if differential cancer prevalence rates in the study and control areas were similar to the difference in mortality due to cancer in these study and control areas. Mortality rates of cancers in study and control areas were also compared with national statistics for the rural population of China.Over five years, 3,301 deaths were identified, including 1,158 cancer deaths. The annual average SMRs of cancer in the study areas of S County and Y District were 277.8/100,000 and 223.6/100,000, respectively, which is three to four times higher than those in the control areas. In addition, a total of 626 cases of cancer in the study and control areas were confirmed. The prevalence rates of cancer were 545/100,000 and 128.1/100,000 per year in the study and control areas in S County, respectively, and 440.9/100,000 and 200/100,000 per year in the study and control areas in Y District, respectively. The mortality and prevalence rates of digestive cancers were higher in the study areas than the control areas. In 2000, the SMR for cancer in rural areas nationwide was 120.9/100,000, and in study areas in S County and Y District, the excess rates of deaths were 184/100,000 an
Studies on the Inclusion Behavior of Amphiphilic p-Sulfonatocalix[4]arene with Ascorbic Acid by Spectrofluorometric Titrations  [PDF]
Yunyou Zhou, Xueping Ding, Xiaoli Fang, Tao Li, Dongbao Tang, Qin Lu
Optics and Photonics Journal (OPJ) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/opj.2011.12009
Abstract: The aqueous solution of tetrabutyl ether derivatives of p-sulfonatocalix[4]arene (SC4Bu) and ascorbic acid (AA) complex has been studied based on fluorescence and 1H NMR spectroscopic results. It was found that the fluorescence intensity of SC4Bu quenched regularly upon the addition of AA. A 1:1 stoichiometry for the complexation was established and was verified by Job’s plot. The temperature-dependent inclusion constants were calculated, form which Δ H and ΔS values were calculated. Meanwhile the proposed interaction mechanism of the inclusion complex was discussed based on 1H NMR results. The various factors (ionic strength, and surfactants) effecting the inclusion process were examined in detail.
Protein functional-group 3D motif and its applications
Yuzhen Ye,Tao Xie,Dafu Ding
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2000, DOI: 10.1007/BF03183524
Abstract: Representing and recognizing protein active sites sequence motif (1D motif) and structural motif (3D motif) is an important topic for predicting and designing protein function. Prevalent methods for extracting and searching 3D motif always consider residue as the minimal unit, which have limited sensitivity. Here we present a new spatial representation of protein active sites, called “functional-group 3D motif”, based on the fact that the functional groups inside a residue contribute mostly to its function. Relevant algorithm and computer program are developed, which could be widely used in the function prediction and the study of structural-function relationship of proteins. As a test, we defined a functional-group 3D motif of the catalytic triad and oxyanion hole with the structure of porcine trypsin (PDB code: 1mct) as the template. With our motif-searching program, we successfully found similar sub-structures in trypsins, subtilisins and α/β hydrolases, which show distinct folds but share similar catalytic mechanism. Moreover, this motif can be used to elucidate the structural basis of other proteins with variant catalytic triads by comparing it to those proteins. Finally, we scanned this motif against a non-redundant protein structure database to find its matches, and the results demonstrated the potential application of functional group 3D motif in function prediction. Above all, compared with the other 3D-motif representations on residues, the functional group 3D motif achieves better representation of protein active region, which is more sensitive for protein function prediction.
The identity of the genus Xizangia Hong(Scrophulariaceae)
马松蒿属(玄参科)的名实问题

TAO,De Ding,
陶德定

植物分类学报 , 1999,
Abstract: 发现马松蒿Xizangia serrata Hong与齿叶翅茎草Pterygiella serrata Hand.—Mazz.属于同一种,因此马松蒿及其代表的单型属——马松蒿属Xizangia Hong均应处理为异名。
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