Li Li

Li Li
Xiamen University | XMU · State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science

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Cancer stem cells are involved in cancer establishment, progression, and resistance to current treatments. We demonstrated the in vitro and in vivo anti-breast cancer effect of bakuchiol in a previous study. However, the ability of bakuchiol to target breast cancer stem cells (BCSCs) and inhibit breast cancer metastasis remains unknown. In the curr...
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Phytoestrogen has been proposed as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy, which has been demonstrated to promote a high risk of breast cancer. However, the effect of phytoestrogen on breast cancer development has not been fully understood. Bakuchiol is an active ingredient of a traditional Chinese herbal medicine Fructus Psoraleae, the drie...
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The adult zebrafish has been used to model the electrocardiogram (ECG) for human cardiovascular studies. Nonetheless huge variations are observed among studies probably because of the lack of a reliable and reproducible recording method. In our study, an adult zebrafish surface ECG recording technique was improved using a multi-electrode method and...
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Studies by different groups on the rescue effect, where unirradiated bystander cells mitigated the damages in the irradiated cells, since its discovery by the authors' group in 2011 were first reviewed. The properties of the rescue effect were then examined using a novel experimental set-up to physically separate the rescue signals from the bystand...
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This paper presents the development of an automated microinjection system with high productivity for small cells. Compared with many existing microinjection systems that are primarily designed for relatively large-scaled biological samples, the reported technology will enable an automated injection into the cells with a diameter smaller than 25 μm,...
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Despite the fact that marine viruses have been increasingly studied in the last decade, there is little information on viral abundance and distribution on a global scale. In this study, we report on a global-scale survey covering the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans on viral distribution using flow cytometry. Viruses were stained with the SYBR...
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Diabetic foot ulceration results in high risk of lower extremity amputation, and represents a significant health care expenditure worldwide. Radix Astragali (RA) and Radix Rehmanniae (RR) are widely used Chinese medicinal herbs in treating diabetes, and have shown positive effects in enhancing wound healing in diabetic foot ulcer animal model. The...
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Anthropogenic hypoxia of coastal bottom waters now affects hundreds of thousands of km2 worldwide. The present study investigated the physiological responses of 2 sublittoral nassariid gastropods, Nassarius conoidalis and N. siquijorensis, to hypoxia using endpoints, including scope for growth (SfG) and the related energy budget items (i.e. rate of...
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Many estuary and coastal waters are highly threatened by heavy anthropogenic pollutants. Oryzias melastigma, also called O. dancena, a marine medaka that showed sensitive response to hypoxia and estrogenic endocrine disruptors in previous studies, is becoming a sentinel species for marine ecotoxicology studies. However, the lack of strong molecular...

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The Surface Ocean - Lower Atmosphere Study (SOLAS) project is an international research initiative aiming to understand the key biogeochemical-physical interactions and feedbacks between the ocean and atmosphere. Achievement of this goal is important to understand and quantify the role that ocean-atmosphere interactions play in the regulation of climate and global change. The SOLAS science mission is organised around five core themes: Greenhouse gases and the oceans; Air-sea interface and fluxes of mass and energy; Atmospheric deposition and ocean biogeochemistry; Interconnections between aerosols, clouds, and marine ecosystems; Ocean biogeochemical control on atmospheric chemistry. The continuing success of SOLAS relies on the input of its engaged members. SOLAS consists of a Scientific Steering Committee (SSC), which is responsible for providing scientific guidance to, and overseeing the development, planning and implementation of SOLAS. Furthermore, a global network of National Representatives complementing the SOLAS science. The above listed project collaborators are SSC Members, National Representatives as well as the current and past members of the SOLAS International Project Office (in this order alphabetically ranked). For more information, visit the SOLAS website: https://www.solas-int.org/about/solas.html