Meng-Yang Liu's research while affiliated with Capital University and other places

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Background In the past few decades, globalization has rendered more frequent and intensive population movement between countries, which has changed the original disease spectrum and brought a huge health impact on the global population including China. This study aims to describe the spectrum and epidemiological characteristics of imported infectio...
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With the rapid development of the Internet of Things, there is a great demand for portable gas sensors. Metal oxide semiconductors (MOS) are one of the most traditional and well-studied gas sensing materials and have been widely used to prepare various commercial gas sensors. However, it is limited by high operating temperature. The current researc...
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Background To quantitatively assess the impact of the onset-to-diagnosis interval (ODI) on severity and death for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients. Methods This retrospective study was conducted based on the data on COVID-19 cases of China over the age of 40 years reported through China’s National Notifiable Infectious Disease Surveill...
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Soft rot caused by Pectobacterium carotovorum (Pc) is a devastating disease of Brassica rapa, causing substantial reductions in crop yield and quality. Identifying genes related to soft rot resistance is the key to solving this problem. To characterize soft rot resistance, we screened a soft rot-susceptible Chinese cabbage (A03), a resistant pakcho...
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A stretchable pressure sensor with interlinked interfaces was fabricated by a template-free process. The sensor was composed of stretchable silver nanowire (AgNW)/carbon nanotube (CNT) electrodes and piezoresistive polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS)/CNT foam. The electrode was fabricated by embedding conductive nanoparticles in PDMS, showing a low sheet r...
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Deep ultraviolet (DUV) phototransistors are key integral of optoelectronics bearing a wide spectrum of applications in flame sensor, military detector, oil spill detection, biological sensor, and artificial intelligence fields. In order to further improve the responsivity of UV photodetectors based on β-Ga2O3, in present work, high-performance β-Ga...
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Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is a multi-organ desmosis exhibiting the symptom of skin sclerosis. Due to the complexity of human skin, the assessment of skin sclerosis was traditionally implemented through palpation by a clinician, which has numerous limitations. Wearable flexible sensor is expected to open up new approaches for SSc diagnosis. Herein, a...
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Stretchable strain sensor, an important paradigm of wearable sensor which can be attached onto clothing or even human skin, is widely used in healthcare, human motion monitoring and human-machine interaction. Pattern-available and facile manufacturing process for strain sensor is pursued all the time. A carbon nanotube (CNT)/ silver nanowire (AgNW)...
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Background Increasing number of travel-related infections were reported in China, but the spectrum, dynamics and disease burden of imported infections among foreign travelers remain vague. Methods We obtained the data on imported infections among foreign travelers from Custom Inbound Screening System (CISS) and the National Notifiable Infectious D...
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Background Acute meningitis or encephalitis (AME) results from a neurological infection causing high case fatality and severe sequelae. AME lacked comprehensive surveillance in China. Methods Nation-wide surveillance of all-age patients with AME syndromes was conducted in 144 sentinel hospitals of 29 provinces in China. Eleven AME-causative viral...
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Background: Acute meningitis or encephalitis (AME) results from a neurological infection causing high case fatality and severe sequelae. AME lacked comprehensive surveillance in China. Methods: Nation-wide surveillance of all-age patients with AME syndromes was conducted in 144 sentinel hospitals of 29 provinces in China. Eleven AME-causative vira...
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Background: Acute meningitis or encephalitis (AME) results from a neurological infection causing high case fatality and severe sequelae. AME lacked comprehensive surveillance in China. Methods: Nation-wide surveillance of all-age patients with AME syndromes was conducted in 144 sentinel hospitals of 29 provinces in China. Eleven AME-causative vira...
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Nationwide prospective surveillance of all-age patients with acute respiratory infections was conducted in China between 2009‒2019. Here we report the etiological and epidemiological features of the 231,107 eligible patients enrolled in this analysis. Children <5 years old and school-age children have the highest viral positivity rate (46.9%) and b...
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Nationwide prospective surveillance of all-age patients with acute respiratory infections was conducted in China between 2009‒2019. Here we report the etiological and epidemiological features of the 231,107 eligible patients enrolled in this analysis. Children <5 years old and school-age children have the highest viral positivity rate (46.9%) and b...
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Objectives: To investigate the epidemiological features of diarrheagenic Escherichia coli (DEC) in patients with acute diarrhea in China. Methods: An active sentinel surveillance was performed in all-age patients with acute diarrhea in China, 2009‒2018. DEC was isolated and identified by serological assay and PCR from stool samples. Results: DEC wa...
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As an indispensable and prevailing kind of flexible sensors, pressure sensors have been extensively used in the field of flexible electronics. To enhance the performance and broaden the applications of flexible pressure sensors, emerging nanomaterials with excellent electromechanical properties have been explored and developed over recent years. He...
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National-based prospective surveillance of all-age patients with acute diarrhea was conducted in China between 2009‒2018. Here we report the etiological, epidemiological, and clinical features of the 152,792 eligible patients enrolled in this analysis. Rotavirus A and norovirus are the two leading viral pathogens detected in the patients, followed...
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Multiparameter integrated sensors are required for the next generation of flexible wearable electronics. However, mutual interference between detected signals is a technical bottleneck for a flexible tactile sensor to realize pressure-strain monitoring simultaneously and sensitively. Herein, a flexible dual-parameter pressure-strain sensor based on...
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Background The frequent movement of population between countries brings an increasing number of travel-related infections. This study aims to define the spectrum and dynamics of imported infections observed from international travel in the Chinese mainland. Methods Sick travellers were screened by inbound sentinel surveillance and post-travel clin...
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Flexible pressure sensing is required for the excellent sensing performance and dexterous manipulation of the measured objects in their potential applications. Particularly, the ability to measure and discriminate the direction of force, contact surface and contact location in real time is crucial for robotics with tactile feedback. Herein, a three...
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Background: Tuberculosis (TB) is still one of the most serious infectious diseases in the mainland of China. So it was urgent for the formulation of more effective measures to prevent and control it. Methods: The data of reported TB cases in 340 prefectures from the mainland of China were extracted from the China Information System for Disease C...

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... Nowadays, metal oxides in the form of thick or thin films, which operate at elevated temperatures, ordinarily up to 400 • C, are widely used to design gas sensors of a chemiresistive type [1][2][3]. In order to reduce the working temperature and to advance the sensitivity, other materials are considered to meet the challenges of various current applications, including the Internet of Things [4]. Since the beginning of the XXI century, two-dimensional materials, primarily matured from a one atom-thick layer of carbon, called graphene [5], started to develop rapidly [1,6]. ...
... The World Health Organization (WHO) declared a public health emergency of international concern on 30 January 2020 and a pandemic on 11 March 2020. Since 2021, variants of the virus have emerged or become dominant in many countries with the Delta, Alpha, and Beta variants being the most virulent (Anaki & Sergay, 2021;Chen, et al., 2022;Lu, et al., 2022). At the present many countries have confirmed the high death rate, making COVID-19 one of the deadliest pandemics in history. ...
... The photographs of the fabricated MWCNT-, graphene-, and MWCNT/graphene hybridbased sensors are shown in Fig. 1a. In order to avoid excessive confinement of the sensing materials on the Ecoflex surface [7,25,26], the MWCNT and graphene are directly spray-coated on the sticky Ecoflex surface [27,28] and tested without encapsulation. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images of graphene and MWCNT coated on a glass substrate are shown in Additional file 1: Fig. S1a and S1b. ...
... Studies showed that approximately 58.6% of the infected children and 51.6% of the infected adults diagnosed with meningitis/encephalitis were due to enterovirus (30, 31). One recent nationwide active surveillance study in China showed that EVs accounted for approximately 64.14% of acute meningitis/encephalitis in children and 25.19% in adults (32). ...
... sensor, including carbon nanotube, conductive polymers, graphene, and MXene [11][12][13]. Among these nanomaterials, MXene is deemed as an ideal candidate for sensing films due to its high electrical conductivity and favorable mechanical properties [14][15][16][17][18]. As for MXene based flexible wearable sensor, an electronic signals generated along with the change of conductivity caused by the crack of the lamella structure [19,20]. ...
... Human orthopneumovirus, also called human respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), is a common respiratory virus that affects the lungs and respiratory tract, which can lead to hospitalization in severe cases. Importantly, it is the second largest pathogen that causes acute lower respiratory tract infection (ALRTI) deaths in infants and children under the age of 5 years (1). The global burden of virus-associated acute lower respiratory tract infections in 2019 linked RSV to 25.4 million to 44.6 million infections, 2.9 million to 4.6 million hospitalizations, and 15100 to 49100 deaths in hospitalized children under the age of 2 years (2). ...
... 31 Our study is consistent with several recent epidemiological studies that have reported an increased emergence and identification of aEPEC among EPEC infections, and there is an association with diarrheal outbreaks in both developing and developed countries. 30,[32][33][34][35][36][37][38] All strains in this study were positive for the EAST1 gene and negative for the stx gene ( Table 2). The EAST1 gene is originally recognized in strains of an enteroaggregative Escherichia coli (EAEC) isolated from a Chilean children's stool specimen while suffering diarrhea. ...
... In China, a nationwide Surveillance for Etiology of Respiratory Infections (SERI) program has been implemented by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC) since 2009, testing a spectrum of common contagious pathogens causing acute respiratory infections (ARI) year round in 31 provinces [17]. A previous study based on SERI found that virus positive rates varied greatly across age groups and geographical regions [17]. ...
... Carbonaceous material and metals are commonly adopted as nanofillers integrated with a flexible substrate to act as strain/pressure sensors. For example, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs) are two representative materials that have attracted extensive attention because of their outstanding properties and various forms [103]. Huang et al. demonstrated a wearable strain sensor based on multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), which were encapsulated by PDMS to prevent the fragile conductive filler from stress-induced damage [104]. ...
... Salmonellosis has become a significant public health problem worldwide, causing approximately 115 million infections and 370,000 deaths globally [24]. From 2009-2018, The national-based prospective surveillance of all-ages patients with acute diarrhea showed that Escherichia coli and nontyphoidal Salmonella were the two leading bacterial pathogens in China [25]. Nontyphoidal Salmonella usually causes self-limiting gastroenteritis in humans and animals, while a few nontyphoidal Salmonella can also cause invasive nontyphoidal Salmonella (iNTS) life-threatened [26]. ...