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Articles by XIANG Yang
Total Records ( 3 ) for XIANG Yang
  Zhao Zhe , Xiang Yang , Zhang Bo , Zhang Qi and Pan Tao
  Microblog has been an important platform for expression of public opinion towards policy decisions. One key challenge for policymakers is to mine public opinions from microblog platforms as soon as possible. In order to deal with the challenge, this paper proposes a Topic Detection and Tracking (TDT) algorithm based on self-adjusting vector space model (VSM) and an opinion mining method based on comments. Furthermore, an innovative opinion mining system is developed, using mciroblog as the opinion mining platform and combining natural language processing techniques with similarity calculation and polarity calculation. A series of related experiments are employed to verify the efficiency and maneuverability of the algorithm.
  Qin Ling , Wen Sailan , Jing Ran , Song Zhi , Xiang Yang and Qin Xiaoqun
  This article tests mice`s indicators of body nutritional metabolism under tolerable hypoxic conditions, in order to explore the effects of moderate intermittent hypoxia on the bodyweight, blood sugar and blood cholesterol of obese mice and to identify the role of leptin in these effects; this study applies high-fat diet to establish Mice Obesity Models and observes the intervention effects of intermittent hypoxic training in this Model. Small healthy mice are classified in 4 groups at random, that is, Group A (Normal), Group B (Normal Hypoxia) fed with normal foods and undergoing Intermittent Hypoxic Training (IHT), Group C (Fatty-diet) fed with High-Fat and High-Sugar (HFHS) foods without IHT and Group D (Fatty-diet and Hypoxia) fed with HFHS foods with IHT. After 40 days of feeding and hypoxic training, weigh the mice, measure the levels of blood sugar and blood cholesterol with a full automatic biochemical analyzer, measure serum leptin concentration by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) technique, inspect liver leptin receptor expression and liver fat slice by immunohistochemistry. It is found that compared to control group, after experiment, the average bodyweight, blood sugar, blood cholesterol and serum leptin concentration in Group C is increased significantly and numerous fat cells are distributed in the liver, which indicates that hyperlipemia model has been successfully established; after intermittent hypoxic training, the average bodyweight, blood sugar, blood cholesterol and liver fat cells distribution density and scope in Group B and D are lower than those in Group A and C, while serum leptin concentration is increased significantly; liver leptin receptor expression in Group D is higher than that in Group C. And hypoxia groups have no trauma conclusion. Moderate intermittent hypoxia can reduce bodyweight by increasing leptin concentration and enhancing liver leptin expression and it can also reduce the level of blood sugar and blood cholesterol and meanwhile prevent steatosis in liver cells effectively.
  Yu Guo-Yu , XIANG Yang , ZHANG Hong-Yun , JIANG Ping , Lee Wen-Hui , ZHANG Yun and ZHANG Yong
  Bm-TFF2, a trefoil factor from the large-webbed bell toad (Bombina maxima), can stimulate cell migration and inhibit cell apoptosis. To study the structure-function relationship of Bm-TFF2, we constructed wild-type and mutated Bm-TFF2 plasmids and expressed recombinant proteins in E. coli. The wild-type Bm-TFF2 gene encoding mature peptide was obtained by RT-PCR, while the N-terminal, C-terminal and two arginine mutated Bm-TFF2 clones were constructed, and ligated into pET-32a(+) expression vectors. The fusion proteins were induced by IPTG at 37°C. The mutant Bm-TFF2 fusion proteins expressed mainly in the inclusion bodies. The mutant (TRX)/Bm-TFF2 could be purified by using Ni2+-chelating chromatography and reverse-phase HPLC from the inclusion body supernatant. The fusion proteins were analyzed by SDS-PAGE and Western blotting. The yield of mutant Bm-TFF2 fusion proteins of above 95% purity was about 20 mg/L. All three recombinant mutant proteins can promote the migration of AGS cells in a dose-dependent manner with no obvious activity difference.
 
 
 
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