Xing Zhang

Xing Zhang

Department Of Chemistry, Hubei Key Lab On Organic And Polymeric Opto-Electronic Materials, Wuhan University, Wuhan 430072, China

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Xing Zhang has direct influence:

tissue sarcoma
advanced soft
tumor antigen
anlotinib combined
single arm
anti pd-1
targeted drugs

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Xing Zhang has influence:

breast cancer
peritoneal dialysis
tcm practitioners
radiation temperature
mental disorders
bim deletion polymorphism
gut microbiota

Prominent publications by Xing Zhang

KOL-Index: 170 Fanconi anemia (FA) pathway is a typical and multienzyme-regulated DNA damage repairer that influences the occurrence and development of disease including cancers. Few comprehensive analyses were reported about the role of FA-related genes (FARGs) and their prognostic values in cancers. In this study, a comprehensive pan-cancer analysis on 79 FARGs was performed. According to the correlation ...
Known for
Occurrence Cancers | Values Fargs | Model Fps | Fanconi
KOL-Index: 132 This article summarizes technical advances contained in the fifth major release of the Q-Chem quantum chemistry program package, covering developments since 2015. A comprehensive library of exchange-correlation functionals, along with a suite of correlated many-body methods, continues to be a hallmark of the Q-Chem software. The many-body methods include novel variants of both ...
Known for
Chem Quantum | Package | Methods Include
KOL-Index: 87 Dimensionalities of materials have more profound connotations than barely the external morphologies. The mechanical, optical, electrical, and magnetic properties of a certain material can be significantly influenced by the spatial degrees of freedom of interactions/excitons. Herein, how multidimensionalities affect their physicochemical properties from the perspective of photoactive tungsten ...
Known for
Mixed‐dimensional Wo3 | Photoactive
KOL-Index: 78 Periplaneta americana L. (PA), a type of animal medicine, has been widely used for wound healing in clinical settings. In order to further investigate the bioactive wound healing substances in PA, crude PA protein-polysaccharide complexes were further purified by cellulose DE-52 and Sephadex G100 chromatography in succession. Among these isolated fractions, two fractions eluted by 0.3 M and ...
Known for
Complexes Periplaneta | Higher Yield | Α-Sma | Characterization Diabetic Wound Healing
KOL-Index: 78 Bombyx mori latent virus (BmLV), a novel positive-strand RNA virus was first identified in the B. mori cultured BmN cell line. Whether the infectivity of BmLV to silkworm larvae and non-silkworm cells is connected with dysregulation of gene expression are not well understood. A complete sequence of BmLV genomic RNA was identified and revealed that a fragment with 495 nt in length was deleted ...
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Ch-Nh2 Donors | Toll | Jak-Stat | Bmlv Silkworm
KOL-Index: 77 To solve the inherent defects of laccase, the first iron single-atom anchored N-doped carbon material (Fe1@CN-20) as a laccase mimic was disclosed. The FeN4 structure of this material can well mimic the catalytic activity of laccase. Although Fe1@CN-20 has a lower metal content (2.9 wt%) than any previously reported laccase mimics, it exhibits kinetic constants comparable to those of ...
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Degradation Phenolic | Activity Laccase | Material Lower | Anchored Doped
KOL-Index: 69 The cylindrical vacuum hohlraum energy at the SGIII laser facility [X. T. He and W. Y. Zhang, Eur. Phys. J. D 44, 227 (2007) and W. Zheng et al., High Power Laser Sci. Eng. 4, e21 (2016)] is investigated for the first time. The hohlraum size and the laser energy are intermediate between the Nova and NIF typical hohlraum experiments. It is found that the SGIII hohlraum exhibits an x-ray ...
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Lared Simulations | Hohlraum Radiation | E21 | Nova
KOL-Index: 68 RAP1 is a well-known telomere-binding protein, but its functions in human stem cells have remained unclear. Here we generated RAP1-deficient human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) by using CRISPR/Cas9 technique and obtained RAP1-deficient human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) and neural stem cells (hNSCs) via directed differentiation. In both hMSCs and hNSCs, RAP1 not only negatively regulated ...
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Homeostasis Rap1 | Telomere Roles | Regulating Stem
KOL-Index: 67 Oxidative stress, an imbalance between reactive oxygen species and antioxidants, has been seen in the pathological states of many disorders such as ischemic diseases and cancers. Many natural compounds (NCs) have long been recognized to ameliorate oxidative stress due to their inherent antioxidant activities. The modulation of oxidative stress by NCs via activating the Nrf2 signaling pathway ...
Known for
Cancers Activating | Stress Ischemic | Effects Natural | Compounds Ncs

Department of Chemistry, Hubei Key Lab on Organic and Polymeric Opto-Electronic Materials, Wuhan University, Wuhan 430072, China

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