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Articles by Li Wu
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  Jiegui Wang , Li Wu , Fei Gao , Chao Gao and Xinyuan Wang
  From an interdisciplinary point of view, this article discusses the application of a remote sensing environmental archaeology method in the study of ancient settlements by investigating the development and revolution of archaeology as well as the idea of remote sensing environmental archaeology. The study proposes a new method of multi-source information composition of remote sensing environmental archaeology to identify ancient settlements under the support of spatial analysis. Based on the characteristics of ancient settlements and their spatial relationship with their surroundings, remote sensing image recognition and geospatial analysis are applied to obtain the multi-source information composition of remote sensing environmental archaeology and then effectively determine the existence and the location of ancient settlements. In combination with field validation, the identification can be achieved. Based on the discussions, the technological integration of the remote sensing environmental archaeology method and its future application in the archaeology of ancient settlements are further explored.
  Wenkai Ren , Liming Zeng , Yinghui Li , Li Wu , Jieping Guo , Miaomiao Wu , Gang Liu and Yulong Yin
  Once a mammal infected by a microorganism an elaborate response will be generated that attempts to eliminate the infection agent. These responses contained innate immune responses and adaptive immune responses. Cytokines played a role in both innate and adaptive immune responses. Porcine circovirus type 2 was the causal agent of postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome which was an economically important disease in pigs. Although, the interaction between immune responses and porcine circovirus was suggested as a determinant factor in the pathogenesis of postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome, the reports about the cytokines profile in PCV2 infection were mixed and confused. Thus, a detailed review about this field was presented according to the literature and the lab’s conclusion.
 
 
 
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