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- Yang, Bin-jun, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of ethnopharmacology 2017 v.203 pp. 1-10
- 4',6-diamidino-2-phenylindole; Actinidia eriantha; DNA fragmentation; Western blotting; antineoplastic activity; apoptosis; blood vessels; breast neoplasms; carcinoma; caspase-3; cell cycle; cell movement; chickens; chicks; chorioallantoic membrane; chromatography; ethanol; ethyl acetate; flow cytometry; human umbilical vein endothelial cells; humans; immunomodulators; leaves; messenger RNA; mice; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; polysaccharides; protein synthesis; reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction; roots; staining; stems; traditional medicine; vascular endothelial growth factor A; vascular endothelial growth factor receptor-2
- ... The roots of Actinidia eriantha Benth (AER) are commonly used traditional folk medicine for the treatment of gastric carcinoma, nasopharyngeal carcinoma, and breast carcinoma. Besides, the anti-proliferative and immunomodulatory effects of AER polysaccharides on tumor-bearing mice have been reported previously.This work was carried out to investigate the anticancer and anti-angiogenic activities o ...
- Bin, Jun, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Food analytical methods 2014 v.7 no.2 pp. 472-480
- electrodes; electronic tongue; foams; models; nickel; prediction; principal component analysis; seeds
- ... Forty-three samples of green and black teas were analyzed by an electronic tongue technique. A class of metallic oxide-modified nickel foam electrodes (SnO₂, ZnO, TiO₂, Bi₂O₃) was compared in their sensitivity in this system. The signals obtained by cyclic voltammetry were submitted to multivariate data analysis. In the explorative analysis based on principal component analysis (PCA), the score pl ...
- Bin, Jun, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Food chemistry 2014 v.143 pp. 472-478
- Helianthus annuus; corn; esters; extra-virgin olive oil; fatty acid composition; models; oleic acid; principal component analysis; sampling; sesame oil; tea; vegetable oil
- ... In order to discriminate premium quality from inexpensive edible oils, the fatty acid profiles of tea, rapeseed, corn, sunflower and sesame oil were compared with the ones from extra virgin olive oil (EVOO). Fatty acid methyl esters were quantified by GC/MS. Principal component analysis (PCA) and random forests (RF) were applied to cluster the samples. RF showed a better ability of discrimination ...