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作者:Jianxin Zhao , Hao Zhang
来源:[J].International Journal of Molecular Sciences(IF 2.464), 2019, Vol.20 (13)DOAJ
摘要:Our objective was to investigate the effects of different delivery and feeding modes on the gut microbiota composition of early infants with special emphasis on Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus profiles at species level. 16S rRNA V3-V4 regions, bifidobacterial, and lactobac...
作者:Jianxin Zhao , Kefu Yu
来源:[J].Chinese Science Bulletin(IF 1.319), 2002, Vol.47 (4), pp.348-352Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Systematic mass spectrometric 230Th ages are reported for a Porites coral reef terrace from Dengloujiao, Leizhou Peninsula, South China Sea. Seven episodes of coral growth were recognized in this terrace: 7125±96, 6764±29, 5826±37, 5006±54, 2543±24,1915±15,...
作者:Gangjian Wei , Kefu Yu , Jianxin Zhao
来源:[J].Chinese Science Bulletin(IF 1.319), 2004, Vol.49 (17), pp.1876-1881Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)High-resolution Sr/Ca ratios of two Porites corals from Leizhou Peninsula were measured using inductively coupled plasma atomic spectrometry (ICP-AES). TIMS U-Th dating reveals that the life-spans of the two corals are 489–500 AD and 539-530 BC, respectively. Mo...
作者:Jianxin Zhao , Kenneth D. Collerson
来源:[J].Chinese Science Bulletin(IF 1.319), 2003, Vol.48 (12), pp.1219-1224Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Thirty-nine trace elements of the Song-Yuan period (960–1368 AD) porcelain bodies from Cizhou, Jizhou and Longquanwu kilns were analyzed with ICP-MS, a technique rarely used in Chinese archaeometry, to investigate its potential application in such studies. Trace...
作者:... MeiXia Zhao , TeGu CHen , JianXin Zhao
来源:[J].Chinese Science Bulletin(IF 1.319), 2009, Vol.54 (12), pp.2107-2117Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Coral reefs worldwide are becoming increasingly and detrimentally impacted upon by a variety of factors including significant climate changes, such as global warming and increased El Nino-Southern Oscillation activity. Generally, the persistence of coral reefs, ...
作者:... TianRan Chen , MeiXia Zhao , JianXin Zhao
来源:[J].Chinese Science Bulletin(IF 1.319), 2008, Vol.53 (2), pp.295-303Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Coral reef bleaching is usually characterized by expulsion of symbiotic zooxanthellae, loss of zooxanthellae pigmentation, or both. We collected 128 samples comprising 39 species of 21 genera of reef-building corals from Luhuitou and Xiaodonghai in Sanya of Hain...
作者:JianXin Zhao , Wei Wang
来源:[J].Chinese Science Bulletin(IF 1.319), 2010, Vol.55 (29), pp.3248-3252Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Linear polymers bearing the same functional groups as their corresponding adsorbents could be used as models to study the adsorption behaviors. However, the relationships between the data from model study and real adsorption have not been fully interpreted. In this w...
作者:Jianxin Zhao , Hao Zhang
来源:[J].International Journal of Molecular Sciences(IF 2.464), 2017, Vol.18 (2)DOAJ
摘要:Constipation is one of the most common gastrointestinal complaints worldwide. This study was performed to determine whether Bifidobacterium adolescentis exerts inter-strain differences in alleviating constipation induced by loperamide in BALB/c mice and to analyze the main r...
作者:Jianxin Zhao , Hao Zhang
来源:[J].PLoS ONE(IF 3.73), 2017, Vol.12 (4)DOAJ
摘要:Our previous study found that Lactobacillus plantarum CCFM639 had the ability to alleviate acute aluminum (Al) toxicity when the strain was introduced simultaneously with Al exposure. This research was designed to elucidate the therapeutic effects of living and dead L. plantarum ...
作者:Jianxin Zhao , Hao Zhang
来源:[J].International Journal of Molecular Sciences(IF 2.464), 2017, Vol.18 (5)DOAJ
摘要:A whole-bacterium-based SELEX (Systematic Evolution of Ligands by Exponential Enrichment) procedure was adopted in this study for the selection of an ssDNA aptamer that binds to Bifidobacterium bifidum. After 12 rounds of selection targeted against B. bifidum, 30 sequences w...

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