1. The crosslink enhanced emission (CEE) in non-conjugated polymer dots: from the photoluminescence mechanism to the cellular uptake mechanism and internalization.

    Chemical Communications 50(89):13845 (2014) PMID 25259373

    The crosslink enhanced emission (CEE) in a new type of non-conjugated polymer dots (PDs) is proved. The enhanced PL originates from the decreased vibration and rotation of amino-based chromophores. Furthermore, the cellular uptake mechanism and internalization of PDs were investigated in detail.
  2. The crosslink enhanced emission (CEE) in non-conjugated polymer dots: from the photoluminescence mechanism to the cellular uptake mechanism and internalization.

    Chemical Communications 50(89):13845 (2014) PMID 25259373

    The crosslink enhanced emission (CEE) in a new type of non-conjugated polymer dots (PDs) is proved. The enhanced PL originates from the decreased vibration and rotation of amino-based chromophores. Furthermore, the cellular uptake mechanism and internalization of PDs were investigated in detail.
  3. Bowel dysfunction in spinal cord injury: current perspectives.

    Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics 69(3):385 (2014) PMID 24549854

    Permanent disruptions of gastrointestinal function are very common sequel of spinal cord injury (SCI). When motor and sensory nervous integrity are severely affected, neurogenic gastrointestinal dysfunction is an inevitable consequence. Autonomic nervous system miss function has significantly di...
  4. Bowel dysfunction in spinal cord injury: current perspectives.

    Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics 69(3):385 (2014) PMID 24549854

    Permanent disruptions of gastrointestinal function are very common sequel of spinal cord injury (SCI). When motor and sensory nervous integrity are severely affected, neurogenic gastrointestinal dysfunction is an inevitable consequence. Autonomic nervous system miss function has significantly di...
  5. Peripheral nerve injuries treatment: a systematic review.

    Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics 68(3):449 (2014) PMID 24037713

    Patients with peripheral nerve injuries, especially severe injury, often face poor nerve regeneration and incompletely functional recovery, even after surgical nerve repair. Current researches have extensively focused on the new approaches for the treatment of peripheral nerve injuries. This rev...
  6. Peripheral nerve injuries treatment: a systematic review.

    Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics 68(3):449 (2014) PMID 24037713

    Patients with peripheral nerve injuries, especially severe injury, often face poor nerve regeneration and incompletely functional recovery, even after surgical nerve repair. Current researches have extensively focused on the new approaches for the treatment of peripheral nerve injuries. This rev...
  7. Cell debris self-immobilized thermophilic lipase: a biocatalyst for synthesizing aliphatic polyesters.

    Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 170(2):399 (2013) PMID 23536248

    The paper explored the catalytic activity of a cell debris self-immobilized thermophilic lipase for polyester synthesis, using the ring-opening polymerization of ε-caprolactone as model. Effects of biocatalyst concentration, temperature, and reaction medium on monomer conversion and product mole...
  8. Cell debris self-immobilized thermophilic lipase: a biocatalyst for synthesizing aliphatic polyesters.

    Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 170(2):399 (2013) PMID 23536248

    The paper explored the catalytic activity of a cell debris self-immobilized thermophilic lipase for polyester synthesis, using the ring-opening polymerization of ε-caprolactone as model. Effects of biocatalyst concentration, temperature, and reaction medium on monomer conversion and product mole...
  9. Biodegradable conduit small gap tubulization for peripheral nerve mutilation: a substitute for traditional epineurial neurorrhaphy.

    International journal of medical sciences 10(2):171 (2013) PMID 23329889 PMCID PMC3547215

    Nerve regeneration and re-innervation are usually difficult after peripheral nerve injury. Epineurium neurorrhaphy to recover the nerve continuity is the traditional choice of peripheral nerve mutilation without nerve defects, whereas the functional recovery remains quite unsatisfactory. Based o...
  10. Biodegradable conduit small gap tubulization for peripheral nerve mutilation: a substitute for traditional epineurial neurorrhaphy.

    International journal of medical sciences 10(2):171 (2013) PMID 23329889 PMCID PMC3547215

    Nerve regeneration and re-innervation are usually difficult after peripheral nerve injury. Epineurium neurorrhaphy to recover the nerve continuity is the traditional choice of peripheral nerve mutilation without nerve defects, whereas the functional recovery remains quite unsatisfactory. Based o...
  11. Determination of lower limb microvasculature by intrafemoral arterial injection using computed tomography-assisted angiography.

    Aesthetic Plastic Surgery 36(6):1376 (2012) PMID 22949156

    Computed tomography-assisted angiography (CTA) for lower limb vasculature can identify perforators only as small as 1 mm in diameter. The technique does not clearly show the microvascularity in subdermal layers of the skin. This study investigated a novel method of CTA using intrafemoral injecti...
  12. Determination of lower limb microvasculature by intrafemoral arterial injection using computed tomography-assisted angiography.

    Aesthetic Plastic Surgery 36(6):1376 (2012) PMID 22949156

    Computed tomography-assisted angiography (CTA) for lower limb vasculature can identify perforators only as small as 1 mm in diameter. The technique does not clearly show the microvascularity in subdermal layers of the skin. This study investigated a novel method of CTA using intrafemoral injecti...
  13. Differentiation of endogenous neural stem cells in adult versus neonatal rats after brachial plexus root avulsion injury.

    Neural Regeneration Research 7(23):1786 (2012) PMID 25624802

    An experimental model of brachial plexus root avulsion injury of cervical dorsal C5-6 was established in adult and neonatal rats. Real-time PCR showed that the levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor, nerve growth factor and neurotrophin-3 in adult rats increased rapidly 1 day after brachial...
  14. Differentiation of endogenous neural stem cells in adult versus neonatal rats after brachial plexus root avulsion injury.

    Neural Regeneration Research 7(23):1786 (2012) PMID 25624802 PMCID PMC4302527

    An experimental model of brachial plexus root avulsion injury of cervical dorsal C5-6 was established in adult and neonatal rats. Real-time PCR showed that the levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor, nerve growth factor and neurotrophin-3 in adult rats increased rapidly 1 day after brachial...
  15. Differentiation of endogenous neural stem cells in adult versus neonatal rats after brachial plexus root avulsion injury.

    Neural Regeneration Research 7(23):1786 (2012) PMID 25624802 PMCID PMC4302527

    An experimental model of brachial plexus root avulsion injury of cervical dorsal C5-6 was established in adult and neonatal rats. Real-time PCR showed that the levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor, nerve growth factor and neurotrophin-3 in adult rats increased rapidly 1 day after brachial...
  16. A crucial role of IL-17 and IFN-γ during acute rejection of peripheral nerve xenotransplantation in mice.

    PLoS ONE 7(3):e34419 (2012) PMID 22479627 PMCID PMC3316676

    Nerve injuries causing segmental loss require nerve grafting. However, autografts and allografts have limitations for clinical use. Peripheral nerve xenotransplantation has become an area of great interest in clinical surgery research as an alternative graft strategy. However, xenotransplant rej...
  17. A crucial role of IL-17 and IFN-γ during acute rejection of peripheral nerve xenotransplantation in mice.

    PLoS ONE 7(3):e34419 (2012) PMID 22479627 PMCID PMC3316676

    Nerve injuries causing segmental loss require nerve grafting. However, autografts and allografts have limitations for clinical use. Peripheral nerve xenotransplantation has become an area of great interest in clinical surgery research as an alternative graft strategy. However, xenotransplant rej...
  18. The homodigital neurovascular antegrade island flap for fingertip reconstruction in children.

    Acta Orthopaedica Belgica 77(5):598 (2011) PMID 22187833

    We describe a homodigital neurovascular island flap for fingertip reconstruction in children and review the appearance and function of the reconstructed fingertips. Eleven children, with a mean age of 4 years (range: 2-7),who had sustained a fingertip injury with total or subtotal pulp loss were...
  19. The homodigital neurovascular antegrade island flap for fingertip reconstruction in children.

    Acta Orthopaedica Belgica 77(5):598 (2011) PMID 22187833

    We describe a homodigital neurovascular island flap for fingertip reconstruction in children and review the appearance and function of the reconstructed fingertips. Eleven children, with a mean age of 4 years (range: 2-7),who had sustained a fingertip injury with total or subtotal pulp loss were...
  20. Differentiation between the motor and sensory fascicles of the peripheral nerves from adult rats using annexin V-CdTe-conjugated polymer.

    Neurology India 59(3):333 (2011) PMID 21743158

    Until now, no method has been available to rapidly differentiate between the motor and sensory nerve fascicles introperatively. To establish a method to rapidly differentiate between the sensory and motor fascicles in the peripheral nerves. Annexin V-CdTe-conjugated polymer was used to stain the...
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