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Articles by Hongxia Li
Total Records ( 3 ) for Hongxia Li
  Xi Wang , Hongxia Li , Mohammod Abdul Hamid and Xingbo Zhao
  The whole cDNA sequence of chicken FOXP2 gene was obtained by 3' and 5' RACE and the length was 3839 bp, getting four splicing variants for protein isoforms (707 AA, 706AA, 687AA, 684AA). The four splicing variants were common to Zang chicken, White Plymouth Rock, Beijing fat chicken, White leghorns and Rhode Island Red by the detection of a combination of PCR and sequencing and according to two main splicing variants, two antibodies were produced to be used to detect equivalent expression in chicken brain such as cortex, striatum, mesencephalon, thalamus and hypothalamus, in White leghorns (male and female) by immunohistochemistry. The results showed that different FOXP2 mRNA and protein expression had no spatial difference.
  Hongxia Li
  In order to improve the publishing security level of sensitive data of digital library’s virtualization community, this study uses security grouping strategy of graph clustering to group users’ sensitive data, greatly improves the security of releasing sensitive data. This article first summarized digital library’s application service structure, introduced distribution system of sensitive data simply, detailed analyzed the related definitions of security grouping of the graph clustering and calculation method of generalization information loss, finally got available sensitive data. Experimental results show that anti-attack of sensitive data processed by the policy has been improved significantly, has certain research value.
  Lyne Sabourin , Andrew Beck , Peter W. Duenk , Sonya Kleywegt , David R. Lapen , Hongxia Li , Chris D. Metcalfe , Michael Payne and Edward Topp
  Municipal biosolids are a useful source of nutrients for crop production, and commonly used in agriculture. In this field study, we applied dewatered municipal biosolids at a commercial rate using broadcast application followed by incorporation. Precipitation was simulated at 1, 3, 7, 21 and 34 days following the application on 2 m2 microplots to evaluate surface runoff of various pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs), namely atenolol, carbamazepine, cotinine, caffeine, gemfibrozil, naproxen, ibuprofen, acetaminophen, sulfamethoxazole, triclosan and triclocarban. There was little temporal coherence in the detection of PPCPs in runoff, various compounds being detected maximally on days 1, 3, 7 or 36. Maximum concentrations in runoff ranged from below detection limit (gemfibrozil) to 109.7 ng L- 1 (triclosan). Expressing the total mass exported as a percentage of that applied, some analytes revealed little transport potential (< 1% exported; triclocarban, triclosan, sulfamethoxazole, ibuprofen, naproxen and gemfibrozil) whereas others were readily exported (> 1% exported; acetaminophen, carbamazepine, caffeine, cotinine, atenolol). Those compounds with little transport potential had log Kow values of 3.18 or greater, whereas those that were readily mobilized had Kow values of 2.45 or less. Maximal concentrations of all analytes were below toxic concentrations using a variety of endpoints available in the literature. In summary, this study has quantified the transport potential in surface runoff of PPCPs from land receiving biosolids, identified that log Kow may be a determinant of runoff transport potential of these analytes, and found maximal concentrations of all chemicals tested to be below toxic concentrations using a variety of endpoints.
 
 
 
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