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作者:Yu-Chih Yang , Chia-Ying Wu ...
来源:[J].Antiviral Research(IF 3.925), 2017, Vol.140, pp.62-75Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Seasonal influenza viruses impact public health annually due to their continual evolution. However, the current inactivated seasonal vaccines provide poor protection against antigenically drifted viruses and require periodical reformulation through hit-and-miss ...
作者:Yu-Chih Yang , Chia-Ying Wu ...
来源:[J].Antiviral Research(IF 3.925), 2016, Vol.126, pp.8-17Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Avian influenza A(H6N1) virus is one of the most common viruses isolated from migrating birds and domestic poultry in many countries. The first and only known case of human infection by H6N1 virus in the world was reported in Taiwan in 2013. This led to concern that ...
作者:Yu-Chih Yang , Ya-Wen Chou ...
来源:[J].Phytomedicine(IF 2.972), 2015, Vol.22 (3), pp.406-414Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Herbal medicine is a popular complementary or alternative treatment for prostate cancer. Wedelia chinensis has at least three active compounds, wedelolactone, luteolin, and apigenin synergistically inhibiting prostate cancer cell growth in vitro . Here, we report a s...
作者:Yu-Chih Yang , Chin-Hsien Tsai ...
来源:[J].Cell Reports, 2012, Vol.2 (3), pp.568-579DOAJ
摘要:Tumor suppressor gene silencing through cytosine methylation contributes to cancer formation. Whether DNA demethylation enzymes counteract this oncogenic effect is unknown. Here, we show that TET1, a dioxygenase involved in cytosine demethylation, is downregulated in prostate and...
作者:Yu-Chih Yang , Ching Chou ...
来源:[J].PLOS ONE(IF 3.73), 2010, Vol.5 (3)PLOS
摘要:Influenza A viruses are major human and animal pathogens with huge economic and societal impact from illness, hospitalizations, and deaths. Virus-like particles (VLPs) of influenza virus have been suggested as a vaccine candidate offering improved safety and efficacy. To dev...

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