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Chinese Journal of Lung Cancer ; (12): 111-117, 2020.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-793004

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Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is the most common pathological type of primary lung cancer. Currently, main treatment approaches for NSCLC patients include surgical resection, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, targeted therapy and so on. In recent years, thermal ablation has received increasing attention in the treatment of various stages of NSCLC. As a safe and efficient local treatment, thermal ablation may bring potential clinical benefits to NSCLC patients. However, many issues remain unsolved and further investigation is needed in the clinical application of thermal ablation in NSCLC. In this review, we aim to summarize the applications of thermal ablation in NSCLC and further discuss the emerging controversies as well as future research directions.

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Chinese Journal of Forensic Medicine ; (6)1987.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-673188

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Simultaneous phenotyping of AHSG, Pi and GC by IEF is reported. The results showed that the cumulative discrimination power and the cumulative exclusion probability of paternity of this method were 0.9701 and 0.58.11 respectively. It was proved to be the most efficient method for individual identification among the simultaneous phenotypings of genetic markers.It has been applied to paternity test and the results were satisfactory.

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Chinese Journal of Forensic Medicine ; (6)1987.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-673171

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This paper reports the detection of G2m(n)factors in human sera using theenzyme-linked immunosorbent inhibition test with monoclonal antibodies agai-nst G2m(n)factor(SH-21).The gene freguency of G2m(n)factor among 517unrelated individuals of ban population in Chengeu area was 0.5493 and itsvariance was 0.0004.

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Chinese Journal of Forensic Medicine ; (6)1986.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-673178

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?-1 acid glycoprotein, also named orosomucoid (ORM), is one kind of serum protein with genetic polymorPhism. Anti-ORM serum is necessary to phenotyping ORM. This communication describes the preparation of the antiORM serum. The anti-ORM sera were produced in three New Zealand rabbits cimmunized with ORM which was isolated and purified from human sera previously in our laboratory. The results of identification showed that the specificity of the home made anti-ORM and the commercial anti-ORM sera (Sigma) were identical. The titer of the home made anti-ORM serum was 128. 2.4?g/ml ORM could be detected by double immunodiffusion with the anti-ORM serum. In addition, the anti-ORM serum did not cross-react with other human serum proteins.

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Chinese Journal of Forensic Medicine ; (6)1986.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-673131

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Identification of the human semen stain is reported using the latex particle agg-lutination inhibition test.The latex particles were coated with the human seminalplasma.The raw antihuman semen sera were previously absorbed with the humancolostrum.The results indicated that this method was more sensitive and acc-urate than sperm detection method.The sensitivty and the accuracy of the latex-particle agglutination inhibition test is the same as those of the double immunodiffusion test-using anti-p30 serum.Moreover,this method is easy to porform,nottime consuming and more practical.

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Chinese Journal of Forensic Medicine ; (6)1986.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-516356

ABSTRACT

A PAGE IEF immunoassay was established to detect the ORM, Pi, AHSG and GC phenotypes slmultaneously in human bloodstains. The cumulative discriminating power and probability of paternity exclusion were 0. 9878 and 0. 6648 respectively. Human sera diluted 100 times and bloodstains kept at room temperature for 4 weeks could be typed for these four blood groups correctly. The phenotypes of ORM, AHSG and GC could be determined correctly in bloodstains kept at room temperature within 24 weeks. This provides a good approach for individual identification of human bloodstains.

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