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Liu X.,No2 Oil Production Plant | Ji S.,Down Hole Operation Company | Li L.,Down Hole Operation Company | Zhao Y.,Down Hole Operation Company | And 2 more authors.
Well Testing

The Qiel1 well testing ll layer and Qie602 well ll layer group testing oil well, test problems were analyzed and summarized for future oil testing, testing to prevent similar problems in the play a reference. Source

Nishikawa Y.,Ehime University | Miyazaki T.,Ehime University | Nakashiro K.-I.,Ehime University | Yamagata H.,Education and Training Center | And 5 more authors.
Oncology Reports

FAT1 [Homo sapiens FAT tumor suppressor homolog 1 (Drosophila)] is an intrinsic membrane protein classified as a member of the Cadherin superfamily The FAT1 gene is a tumor suppressor in humans as well as being the pivotal gene for cell morphogenesis and migration. Deletion of this gene could play a role in the characteristics of oral squamous cell carcinomas (OSCCs), involving cell adhesion, migration and/ or invasion. This study investigated the mechanisms by which FATl is involved in the biological behavior of OSCCs. First, a rat monoclonal antibody was developed against a FAT1 intracellular domain epitope, and used for an immunohistochemical study of FATl in clinically obtained OSCC samples. FATl was localized at lamellipodial edges or cell-cell boundaries in normal cells and well differentiated OSCCs, but showed a diffuse cytoplasmic and nuclear distribution in moderately-poorly differentiated OSCCs. FAT1-siRNA was transfected into OSCCs resulting in a drastic inhibition of cell migration and invasion based on the suppression of FAT1 expression and disorganized localization of β-catenin which is associated with cell polarity and migration. These results suggested that FAT1 may be involved in the migration and invasion mechanisms of OSCCs and, therefore, it could be an important target for the development of new therapeutic strategies. Source

Bardolia P.,University of Liverpool | Burnside G.,University of Liverpool | Burnside G.,University of Salford | Ashcroft A.,University of Liverpool | And 7 more authors.
Caries Research

Aims: The aim was to determine the prevalence of erosion in 13- to 14-year-old children on the Isle of Man and to investigate the strength of association with dietary risk factors. Methods: Exposed dentine was assessed on smooth surfaces of incisors/canines and occlusal surfaces of first molars. A questionnaire assessed the consumption frequency of foodstuffs. Results: Of 629 children examined, 124 (20%) had dentine exposed labially, palatally or occlusally. More males had dentine exposed on these surfaces (OR = 1.7, 95% CI = 1.2-2.6). Palatal dentine exposure was present in 3% of the children and occlusal dentine exposure in 18%. In bivariate analyses, drinking fizzy drinks more than once a day was associated with erosion (OR = 1.6, 95% CI = 1.1-2.3). The mean DMFT scores were not statistically different for the children with smooth surface/occlusally exposed dentine (1.37) compared to those without (1.58). Multiple regression analysis showed age, gender and toothbrushing to be significant predictors of erosion. Conclusion: This study has found a higher proportion of 13- to 14-year-old children with exposed dentine in molars than previous studies. The results corroborate previous reports that males have more erosion than females. © 2010 S. Karger AG, Basel. Source

Lou Y.,Education and Training Center | Gao S.,Bei Hua University | Jia M.,Bei Hua University | Cao F.,Bei Hua University
2011 2nd International Conference on Mechanic Automation and Control Engineering, MACE 2011 - Proceedings

In order to solve the problems of solar instability and inconvenient to use,through studying in depth the small solar charging and discharging characteristics, this paper designes a kind of small solar power system. This system mainly consists of the microcontroller , LM2576 voltage regulator and Charge Management IC UC3906. Our System realizes four charge-discharge schemes by programming. The system has the characteristics of simple circuit, low cost, high efficiency, stable and reliable . © 2011 IEEE. Source

Gao S.,Bei Hua University | Lou Y.,Education and Training Center | Jia M.,Bei Hua University | Cao F.,Education and Training Center
2011 2nd International Conference on Mechanic Automation and Control Engineering, MACE 2011 - Proceedings

In order to solve the difficult problem of electricity in remote areas, we design a low cost, low power, home solar power system. The system mainly consists of buck-boost circuit, UC3906 intelligent battery charging circuit, an unidirectional high-frequency link inverter and STC12C5410AD single chip. STC12C5410AD single chip realizes the functions of detecting the circuit voltage,monitoring battery Performance and producing various feedback control signals. The system has the characteristics of simple circuit, low cost, high efficiency, stable and reliable. © 2011 IEEE. Source

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