Yi-Bo Wu's research while affiliated with Unmanned Vehicle University and other places

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Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder affecting middle-aged and elderly people. PD can be viewed as "circuit disorder," indicating that large scale cortico-subcortical pathways were involved in its pathophysiology. The brain network in an experimental context is emerging as an important biomarker in disease diagnosis and prognosi...
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Purpose To study the outlier detection methods and supply practical tools for data mining. Methods A novel parametric outlier detection method called maximum minimum (MaxMin) was presented to solve the crucial outlier detection issue, i.e., the estimation of the distribution parameters of the target normal distribution 'contaminated' with the outli...
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There are ample functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies on functional brain asymmetries, and the asymmetry of cerebral network in the resting state may be crucial to brain function organization. In this paper, a unified schema of voxel-wise functional connectivity and asymmetry analysis was presented and the network asymmetry of motor...
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With thousands of sequenced 16 S rRNA genes available, and advancements in oligonucleotide microarray technology, the detection of microorganisms in microbial communities consisting of hundreds of species may be possible. The existing algorithms developed for sequence-specific probe design are not suitable for applications in large-scale bacteria d...
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Revealing biodiversity in microbial communities is essential in metagenomics researches. With thousands of sequenced 16S rRNA gene available, and advancements in oligonucleotide microarray technology, the detection of microor-ganisms in microbial communities consisting of hundreds of species may be possible. Many of the existing strategies develope...

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... Interestingly, the effect of CTK 01512-2 has been shown in some cortical areas. The motor cortex and cerebellum are responsible for motor coordination (Yan et al., 2015). The current researchers have demonstrated that a CTK 01512-2 co-treatment prevented a decrease in the glucose consumption in these regions. ...
... On the one hand, structural connectivity asymmetries reflect left-right differences in microstructural properties of anatomically defined white matter pathways such as the arcuate fasciculus or uncinate fasciculus which are often investigated using diffusion tensor imaging-based tractography algorithms (Forkel et al., 2021;Ocklenburg et al., 2013a). On the other hand, functional connectivity lateralization reflect left-right differences in co-activation of the region of interest with other regions of the brain, which is typically assessed using resting-state functional magnetic resonanca imaging (fMRI) (Morys et al., 2020;Yan et al., 2012). ...