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Spirosendan

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  • Brand : BIOFRON

  • Catalogue Number : BN-O1504

  • Specification : 98%(HPLC)

  • CAS number : 220137-96-2

  • Formula : C35H46 O11

  • Molecular Weight : 642.744

  • Volume : 5mg

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BN-O1504

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98%(HPLC)

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2-8°C

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642.744

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For Reference Standard and R&D, Not for Human Use Directly.

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PMID

30474513

Abstract

Background: During the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) era, impressive reductions in the under-5 mortality rate (U5MR) have been observed, although the MDG 4 target was not met. So far, cause-specific progress in child mortality has been analyzed and discussed mainly at the global and regional levels.

Objectives: We aimed to explore annual changes in cause-specific mortality at the country level, assess which causes contributed the most to child mortality reduction in 2000-2015, and estimate how many child lives were saved.

Methods: We used the cause-specific child mortality estimates published by Liu and colleagues. We derived average annual changes in cause-specific child mortality rates and cause-specific contribution to overall child mortality in 2000-2015. We estimated the number of cause-specific child deaths averted during the MDG era, assuming that cause-specific child mortality remained the same as in 2000. We targeted the 75 Countdown countries where 95% of maternal and child deaths occurred during the MDG era.

Results: Wide disparities existed across causes within countries, both in neonatal and post-neonatal mortality reduction, except for a few countries such as China, Rwanda, and Cambodia. In 20 of the 45 sub-Saharan African countries, malaria was the main contributor to post-neonatal mortality reduction, and pneumonia was the main contributor in only six countries. A single disease often contributed to a substantial proportion of the child mortality reduction, particularly in west and central African countries. Diarrhea-specific post-neonatal child mortality reduction accounted for 7.1 million averted child deaths (24.5%), while pneumonia accounted for another 6.7 million averted child deaths (23%).

Conclusions: This study demonstrates country-specific characteristics with regards to cause-wise child mortality that could not be identified by global or regional analyses. These findings provide the global community with evidence for formulating national policies and strategies to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals in child mortality reduction.

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Annual average reduction rate, cause-specific child mortality, Millennium Development Goal (MDG) era, cause-specific contribution to child mortality, number of child lives saved

Title

Cause-specific child mortality performance and contributions to all-cause child mortality, and number of child lives saved during the Millennium Development Goals era: a country-level analysis

Author

Yan Jin, Paul Mansiangi Mankadi, Jose Irineu Rigotti, Seungman Cha

Publish date

2018;

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22346939

Abstract

The imidazole ring in the title compound, C27H22N8, adopts a slight envelope conformation with the C atom carrying the phenyl ring being the flap atom. The phenyl ring is almost perpendicular to the mean plane of the imidazole ring [dihedral angle = 88.90 (7)°]. The (1H-benzotriazol-1-yl)methyl groups bound to the imidazole ring are positioned on the same side of the imidazole ring. The dihedral angle between these benzotriazolyl rings is 17.71 (5)°. The crystal packing is stabilized by a C—H⋯π inter­action, which connects the mol­ecules into zigzag chains running along the b axis.

Title

1,1′-[(2-Phenyl-2,3-dihydro-1H-benz­imidazole-1,3-di­yl)bis­(methyl­ene)]bis­(1H-benzotriazole)

Author

Augusto Rivera, Hector Jairo Osorio, Jaime Rios-Motta, Karla Fejfarova, Michal Dušek

Publish date

2012 Feb 18

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24762296

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Background
A large number of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) have been identified in common carp (Cyprinus carpio) but, as yet, no high-throughput genotyping platform is available for this species. C. carpio is an important aquaculture species that accounts for nearly 14% of freshwater aquaculture production worldwide. We have developed an array for C. carpio with 250,000 SNPs and evaluated its performance using samples from various strains of C. carpio.

Results
The SNPs used on the array were selected from two resources: the transcribed sequences from RNA-seq data of four strains of C. carpio, and the genome re-sequencing data of five strains of C. carpio. The 250,000 SNPs on the resulting array are distributed evenly across the reference C.carpio genome with an average spacing of 6.6 kb. To evaluate the SNP array, 1,072 C. carpio samples were collected and tested. Of the 250,000 SNPs on the array, 185,150 (74.06%) were found to be polymorphic sites. Genotyping accuracy was checked using genotyping data from a group of full-siblings and their parents, and over 99.8% of the qualified SNPs were found to be reliable. Analysis of the linkage disequilibrium on all samples and on three domestic C.carpio strains revealed that the latter had the longer haplotype blocks. We also evaluated our SNP array on 80 samples from eight species related to C. carpio, with from 53,526 to 71,984 polymorphic SNPs. An identity by state analysis divided all the samples into three clusters; most of the C. carpio strains formed the largest cluster.

Conclusions
The Carp SNP array described here is the first high-throughput genotyping platform for C. carpio. Our evaluation of this array indicates that it will be valuable for farmed carp and for genetic and population biology studies in C. carpio and related species.

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SNP array, Affymetrix, Re-sequencing, Linkage disequilibrium, Identity by state, Cyprinus carpio, Common carp, Cyprinidae

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Development and evaluation of the first high-throughput SNP array for common carp (Cyprinus carpio)

Author

Jian Xu, Zixia Zhao, Xiaofeng Zhang, Xianhu Zheng, Jiongtang Li, Yanliang Jiang, Youyi Kuang, Yan Zhang, Jianxin Feng, Chuangju Li, Juhua Yu, Qiang Li, Yuanyuan Zhu, Yuanyuan Liu, Peng Xu, Xiaowen Sun

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2014


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