In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China




НазваниеIn college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China
страница5/33
Дата конвертации09.02.2013
Размер0.88 Mb.
ТипДокументы
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   33
P<0.05). Conclusion: The transplanted BMSCs could accelerate the early healing of tendon-bone interface in a bone tunnel. BMSCs were labelled and traced effectively by DiI. BMSCs can be effectively labelled with SPIO, but 7.0T MR could not magnetically label BMSCs in vivo in the experimental model.

CC - Animal Models of Human Diseases [VV400]

CC - Non-drug Therapy and Prophylaxis of Humans [VV710]

CC - Techniques and Methodology [ZZ900]

MH - animal models

MH - bones

MH - embryonic stem cells

MH - healing

MH - laboratory animals

MH - tendons

MH - tracer techniques

MH - tracers

MH - transplantation

MH - rats

BT - Muridae

BT - rodents

BT - mammals

BT - vertebrates

BT - Chordata

BT - animals

BT - small mammals

BT - eukaryotes

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - CA

SS - HE

SS - VE

SS - ZS

IS - 1005-8478

UP - 20090415

YR - 2009


<28>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093059383

AU - Zhang ShaoDong

AU - Wang Chen

AU - Jiang XingJie (et al)

IN - Orthopedic Department, Zhongda Hospital, Dongnan University, Nanjing 210009, China.

MA - shaodongmd@126.com

TI - Experimental research on biomechanics of calcium sulfate cement in thoracolumbar burst fractures.

SO - Zhongguo Jiaoxing Waike Zazhi / Orthopedic Journal of China. 2009. 17: 4, 288-292. 14 ref.

PU - Orthopedic Center

LP - Tai'an City

CP - China

AB - Objective: A study was conducted to evaluate the biomechanical performance of vertebroplasty using calcium sulfate cement for thoracolumbar burst fractures. Methods: Sixteen bovine thoracolumbar spines (T11 - L1) were divided into 4 groups (A, B, C and D). After the burst-fracture model was created, 12 vertebral bodies in group A, B and C were augmented with calcium sulfate cement (CSC), calcium phosphate cement (CPC) and polymethacrylate (PMMA) bone cement, respectively. Each anterior vertebral body (VB) height was measured with a caliper at 4 time points: intact conditions, post-fracture, post-reduction, and post-vertebroplasty. The vertebroplasty treatment consisted of inserting a biopsy needle bipedicularly into each VB, and filling the void with different bone cements. The filling volume of the 3 different bone cements also was measured. Each VB was compressed at 0.5 mm/sec using a hinged plating system on a materials testing machine to 50% of the post-vertebroplasty height to determine strength and stiffness. Difference was checked for significance (P<0.05) using t tests or one-way ANOVA. Results: The average crash energy was 66.2 J. Vertebroplasty with different cements can sustain VB height without significant difference (P>0.05). The average filling volume of bone cement in 3 groups was 4.35 ml (CSC), 3.72 ml (CPC), and 3.95 (PMMA), respectively, and there was no statistical significance (P>0.05). Vertebroplasty with PMMA completely restored strength (116%) and stiffness (105%) of VBs. Augmentation with CSC or CPC only partly recovered vertebral strength and stiffness. However, significantly greater strength restoration was obtained with CSC (1659 N) as compared with CPC (1011 N), (P<0.01). When considering the stiffness, differences between CSC (140 N/mm +or- 40 N/mm) and the other two bone cements (CPC: 148 N/mm +or- 33 N/mm, PMMA: 236 N/mm +or- 97 N/mm) was not significant (P>0.05). Conclusion: For a burst-fracture calf spine, use of CSC for vertebroplasty yields has similar vertebral stiffness as compared with PMMA or CPC. Although augmentation with CSC partly obtained strength of VBs, this treatment still can be applied in thoracolumbar burst fractures with other instrumental devices for its bioactivation.

RN - 7778-18-9

RN - 9003-01-4

CC - Animal Models of Human Diseases [VV400]

CC - Non-communicable Human Diseases and Injuries [VV600]

CC - Non-drug Therapy and Prophylaxis of Humans [VV710]

MH - animal models

MH - bone fractures

MH - bone strength

MH - bones

MH - calcium phosphates

MH - calcium sulfate

MH - cement

MH - laboratory animals

MH - orthopaedics

MH - polyacrylic acid

MH - spine

MH - surgery

MH - surgical operations

MH - cattle

BT - Bos

BT - Bovidae

BT - ruminants

BT - Artiodactyla

BT - mammals

BT - vertebrates

BT - Chordata

BT - animals

BT - ungulates

BT - eukaryotes

ID - calcium phosphate

ID - calcium sulphate

ID - orthopedics

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - CA

SS - HE

SS - VE

SS - ZS

IS - 1005-8478

UP - 20090415

YR - 2009


<29>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093040054

AU - Wang Rui

AU - Guo Ting

AU - Zeng XiaoFeng (et al)

IN - Nanjing General Hospital of Chinese PLA Nanjing Military Command, Nanjing 210002, China.

MA - njorthopaedics@gmail.com

TI - Antisense oligonucleotides targeting TNF- alpha suppress on Co-Cr-Mo particle-induced osteolysis.

SO - Zhongguo Jiaoxing Waike Zazhi / Orthopedic Journal of China. 2009. 17: 2, 124-127. 17 ref.

PU - Orthopedic Center

LP - Tai'an City

CP - China

AB - A study was conducted to investigate the effect of a single subcutaneous dose of an antisense oligonucleotide (ASO) on particle-induced osteolysis. The murine calvaria osteolysis model was utilized in ICR mice. Bone resorption was measured with toluidine blue staining. Osteoclasts were detected by tartrate resistant acid phosphatase (TRAP) staining assay and were quantified by a TRAP quantification kit. Bone resorption was 0. 347+or-0.09 mm2 in animals with particle implantation, and decreased to 0.123+or-0.05 mm2 and 0.052+or-0.02 mm2 after ASO treatment in low and high doses, respectively. Bone resorption was reestablished in animals given tumour necrosis factor- alpha (TNF- alpha ). The number of osteoclasts in animal calvaria treated with ASO was reduced significantly compared with those in untreated animals and the quantification results indicated that about 90% of osteoclastgenesis was suppressed by ASO. In addition, osteoclastgenesis was reestablished by the administration of TNF- alpha .

CC - Animal Models of Human Diseases [VV400]

CC - Animal and in vitro Models for Pharmaceuticals [VV450]

CC - Non-communicable Human Diseases and Injuries [VV600]

MH - animal diseases

MH - bone diseases

MH - bone resorption

MH - bones

MH - laboratory animals

MH - oligonucleotides

MH - tumour necrosis factor

MH - mice

BT - Muridae

BT - rodents

BT - mammals

BT - vertebrates

BT - Chordata

BT - animals

BT - small mammals

BT - eukaryotes

ID - bone destruction

ID - cachectin

ID - cachexin

ID - osteoclasts

ID - tumor necrosis factor

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - CA

SS - HE

SS - VE

SS - ZS

IS - 1005-8478

UP - 20090415

YR - 2009


<30>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093014009

AU - Jiang XiaoFang

AU - Luo Jia

AU - Huang QiWei

AU - Xu YangChun

AU - Yang XingMing

AU - Shen QiRong

IN - College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing 210095, Jiangsu, China.

TI - Effect of different organic-inorganic mixed fertilizer application on pepper yield and soil microbial properties.

SO - Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science. 2008. 14: 4, 766-773. 33 ref.

PU - Editorial Department of Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - A field experiment was carried out to study the effect of organic-inorganic mixed fertilizer application on pepper yield, soil mineral nitrogen, soil microbial biomass carbon and nitrogen and microbial diversity. Rapeseed cake compost (RCC), pig manure compost (PMC) and Chinese traditional medicine residue compost (CMC) were mixed with chemical fertilizers (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium). All the treatments except the no-fertilizer control received the same rate of nitrogen application. The following results were obtained: (1) All fertilization treatments had higher yields, ranging from 2451.1 to 3301.5 kg/ha, than the control (1700.8 kg/ha). The yield of the treatment of application of chemical fertilizer alone (CF) was 2451.1 kg/ha while that of the three organic-inorganic mixed fertilizer application treatments ranged from 2851.3 to 3301.5 kg/ha. (2) All mixed organic-inorganic fertilizer treatments improved the capability of soil nitrogen supply, and increase soil microbial biomass carbon and nitrogen content relative to CF and control. (3) Neighbor Joining analysis indicated that soil bacteria in the five treatments could be classified into three clusters. Soil bacterial communities of CF and control fell into a cluster, RCC was another cluster and those of PMC and CMC formed the third cluster. Application of organic fertilizers could alter soil bacterial communities, while the application of CF little affected soil bacterial communities.

RN - 7440-44-0

RN - 7727-37-9

RN - 7723-14-0

RN - 7440-09-7

CC - Techniques and Methodology [ZZ900]

CC - Soil Biology [JJ100]

CC - Fertilizers and other Amendments [JJ700]

CC - Animal Wastes [XX100]

CC - Health Services [UU350]

CC - Prion, Viral, Bacterial and Fungal Pathogens of Humans [VV210]

CC - Meat Producing Animals [LL120]

MH - analysis

MH - biomass

MH - carbon

MH - chemical composition

MH - communities

MH - composts

MH - diversity

MH - fertilizers

MH - manures

MH - medicine

MH - nitrogen

MH - nitrogen fertilizers

MH - organic fertilizers

MH - phosphorus

MH - pig manure

MH - potassium

MH - properties

MH - rapeseed

MH - soil bacteria

MH - traditional Chinese medicine

MH - traditional medicine

MH - traditional medicines

MH - treatment

MH - yields

MH - bacteria

MH - pigs

BT - prokaryotes

BT - Sus scrofa

BT - Sus

BT - Suidae

BT - Suiformes

BT - Artiodactyla

BT - mammals

BT - vertebrates

BT - Chordata

BT - animals

BT - ungulates

BT - eukaryotes

ID - folk medicine

ID - hogs

ID - medical sciences

ID - swine

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 7D

SS - 2T

SS - 0S

SS - 0A

SS - CA

SS - HE

SS - BE

SS - EC

SS - SO

SS - ZA

SS - ZC

SS - QV

SS - ZS

IS - 1008-505X

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


<31>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093014005

AU - Ning JianFeng

AU - Zheng QingSong

AU - Liu ZhaoPu

AU - Shao Jing

IN - College of Resource and Environment Science, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing 210095, Jiangsu, China.

TI - Effects of supplemental nitrogen on physiological characteristics of Aloe barbadensis seedlings under NaCl stress.

SO - Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science. 2008. 14: 4, 728-733. 22 ref.

PU - Editorial Department of Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - A pot experiment was conducted in the greenhouse to study the effects of nitrogen on the electrolytic leakage and the content of ions, malonaldehyde (MDA), proline and soluble sugar of aloe (Aloe barbadensis) under NaCl stress. Plant dry weight, content of K+ and Ca2+ and accumulation of proline and soluble sugar were all increased while Na+ and Cl- uptake was restrained in the leaves of aloe plants with application of NH4 NO3 under NaCl stress. Both K+ and Ca2+ were mainly distributed in the younger leaves while Na+ and Cl- were compartmentalized into the old leaves with nitrogen supplement under NaCl stress. In the functional leaves, MDA content and electrolytic leakage decreased remarkably with NH4 NO3 application under 200 mmol/litre NaCl stress. Application of 11.25 and 15 mmol/litre NH4 NO3 showed better regulation on the physiological characteristics for aloe under NaCl stress. To some extent, high salt tolerance of aloe was improved by nitrogen application, mainly caused by the ions compartmentation, accumulation of organic osmoticas in the leaves and the nutrients balance in the plant.

RN - 542-78-9

RN - 7727-37-9

RN - 147-85-3

CC - Fertilizers and other Amendments [JJ700]

CC - Environmental Tolerance of Plants [FF900]

MH - characteristics

MH - ions

MH - leakage

MH - malonaldehyde

MH - nitrogen

MH - nitrogen fertilizers

MH - nutrients

MH - proline

MH - salt tolerance

MH - seedlings

MH - stress

MH - supplements

MH - uptake

MH - Aloe

MH - Aloe vera

BT - Liliaceae

BT - Liliales

BT - monocotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

BT - Aloe

ID - Aloaceae

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 5C

SS - 0S

SS - CA

SS - EC

SS - SO

SS - ZS

IS - 1008-505X

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


<32>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093013997

AU - Hu JunLi

AU - Lin XianGui

AU - Yin Rui

AU - Chu HaiYan

AU - Wang JunHua

AU - Zhang HuaYong

AU - Zeng ZhiHong

IN - State Key Laboratory of Soil and Sustainable Agriculture, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, Jiangsu, China.

TI - Comparison of fertility characteristic in paddy soils of different ages in Cixi, Zhejiang.

SO - Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science. 2008. 14: 4, 873-677. 18 ref.

PU - Editorial Department of Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - A pot culture experiment was carried out to investigate the growth and production of rice grown in five paddy soils with a history of cultivation of 50, 500, 1000, 1500 and 2000 years, and the effects of rice cultivation without fertilization on microbial biomass and enzyme activities in them were determined. Shoot length of rice cultivated in paddy soils tended to increase with the increase in the years of use (
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   33

Похожие:

In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China icon5. 1 Location of Hohai University in Nanjing

In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China iconWest Virginia University College of Engineering and Mineral Resources

In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China icon1. Lookout tower on the North Umpqua. College of Forestry Photograph Collection (P 61) Forestry Structures. Osu archives. North Umpqua River, history

In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China iconResearch Fellow of the Oxford Centre for the Environment, Ethics and Society, Mansfield College, University of Oxford 1992-1993

In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China icon注:1、作者单位标准写法:院系或教研室,North University of China,taiyuan 030051,shanxi, china。作者单位书写不正确或者不规范的容易漏检。

In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China iconTh Communist Party of China National Congress to “give priority to education and turn China into a country rich in human resources”, this Plan is formulated to enhance citizens’ overall quality, boost educational development in a scientific way, and speed up socialist modernization

In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China iconPh. D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1987 M. S., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1984 B. S., Shanghai Jiaotong University, China, 1982 Positions at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China iconNorth-West Russia in particular: St. Petersburg, Leningrad region and Kaliningrad region
Петербурга) [2], Russian Economic Developers Association (asset) (Ассоциация специалистов по экономическому развитию территорий)...

In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China iconMarine Environment Protection Law of the People's Republic of China

In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China iconDepartment of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources


Разместите кнопку на своём сайте:
lib.convdocs.org


База данных защищена авторским правом ©lib.convdocs.org 2012
обратиться к администрации
lib.convdocs.org
Главная страница