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Southwest University

EducationChongqing, China
About: Southwest University is a education organization based out in Chongqing, China. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Population & Bombyx mori. The organization has 29772 authors who have published 27755 publications receiving 409441 citations. The organization is also known as: Southwest University in Chongqing & SWU.


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TL;DR: A new type and high density of surface state of GQDs arises, leading to high yields (more than 70 %) and excitation-independent emission and FLQY = fluorescence quantum yield.
Abstract: Helpful elements: A facile bottom-up method using citric acid and L-cysteine as a precursor has been developed to prepare graphene quantum dots (GQDs) co-doped with nitrogen and sulfur. A new type and high density of surface state of GQDs arises, leading to high yields (more than 70 %) and excitation-independent emission. FLQY = fluorescence quantum yield.

1,887 citations

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TL;DR: The prevalence of chronic kidney disease in China was high in north and southwest and southwest regions compared with other regions, and economic development was independently associated with the presence of albuminuria.

1,588 citations

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TL;DR: A draft genome sequence of Brassica oleracea is described, comparing it with that of its sister species B. rapa to reveal numerous chromosome rearrangements and asymmetrical gene loss in duplicated genomic blocks.
Abstract: Polyploidization has provided much genetic variation for plant adaptive evolution, but the mechanisms by which the molecular evolution of polyploid genomes establishes genetic architecture underlying species differentiation are unclear Brassica is an ideal model to increase knowledge of polyploid evolution Here we describe a draft genome sequence of Brassica oleracea, comparing it with that of its sister species B rapa to reveal numerous chromosome rearrangements and asymmetrical gene loss in duplicated genomic blocks, asymmetrical amplification of transposable elements, differential gene co-retention for specific pathways and variation in gene expression, including alternative splicing, among a large number of paralogous and orthologous genes Genes related to the production of anticancer phytochemicals and morphological variations illustrate consequences of genome duplication and gene divergence, imparting biochemical and morphological variation to B oleracea This study provides insights into Brassica genome evolution and will underpin research into the many important crops in this genus

884 citations

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TL;DR: A novel hybrid threshold adaptable quantum secret sharing scheme, using an m-bonacci orbital angular momentum pump, Lagrange interpolation polynomials, and reverse Huffman-Fibonacci-tree coding, which can detect eavesdropping without joint quantum operations and permits secret sharing for an arbitrary but no less than threshold-value number of classical participants with much lower bandwidth.
Abstract: With prevalent attacks in communication, sharing a secret between communicating parties is an ongoing challenge. Moreover, it is important to integrate quantum solutions with classical secret sharing schemes with low computational cost for the real world use. This paper proposes a novel hybrid threshold adaptable quantum secret sharing scheme, using an m-bonacci orbital angular momentum (OAM) pump, Lagrange interpolation polynomials, and reverse Huffman-Fibonacci-tree coding. To be exact, we employ entangled states prepared by m-bonacci sequences to detect eavesdropping. Meanwhile, we encode m-bonacci sequences in Lagrange interpolation polynomials to generate the shares of a secret with reverse Huffman-Fibonacci-tree coding. The advantages of the proposed scheme is that it can detect eavesdropping without joint quantum operations, and permits secret sharing for an arbitrary but no less than threshold-value number of classical participants with much lower bandwidth. Also, in comparison with existing quantum secret sharing schemes, it still works when there are dynamic changes, such as the unavailability of some quantum channel, the arrival of new participants and the departure of participants. Finally, we provide security analysis of the new hybrid quantum secret sharing scheme and discuss its useful features for modern applications.

812 citations

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TL;DR: Carbon nanodots (C-Dots) were found to possess intrinsic peroxidase-like activity, and could catalytically oxidize 3,3',5,5'-tetramethylbenzidine (TMB) by H( 2)O(2) to produce a colour reaction that offers a simple, sensitive and selective colorimetric method for glucose determination in serum.

799 citations


Authors

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NameH-indexPapersCitations
Frank B. Hu2501675253464
Hongjie Dai197570182579
Jing Wang1844046202769
Chao Zhang127311984711
Jianjun Liu112104071032
Miao Liu11199359811
Jun Yang107209055257
Eric Westhof9847234825
En-Tang Kang9776338498
Chang Ming Li9789642888
Wei Zhou93164039772
Li Zhang9291835648
Heinz Rennenberg8752726359
Tao Chen8682027714
Xun Wang8460632187
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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202395
2022461
20213,537
20203,257
20192,923
20182,479