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Volume: 41 Issue: 5

1. Increased inflammatory reaction in tail-suspension mice infected by K.pneumoniae from spaceflight Page:377—380,389
2. Pathogenic mechanisms of influenza virus and Staphylococcus aureus co-infection:research progress Page:406—409
3. Recovery of cardiac function in patients with frequent premature ventricular contraction after radiofrequcency catheter ablation by noninvasive hemodynamic detection technique Page:402—405
4. BRCA1 and BRCA2 pathogenic mutations in 74 patients with early-onset breast cancer Page:398—401
5. System dynamics model for balance rate in military hospitals during new healthcare reform Page:394—397
6. Evaluation system and model for evaluating development strategies of military preventive medicine based on SWOT analysis Page:390—393,397
7. Disease characteristics of a group of military men in Chinese PLA Air Force between 2009 and 2013 Page:385—389
8. Expression, purification and enzymatic characteristics of aldehyde dehydrogenase from MP688 Page:381—384
9. Autoregulation of PhoP/PhoQ in Yersinia pestis under different conditions Page:373—376
10. Identification and analysis of exosomal miRNAs in human umbilical vein endothelial cells irradiated by 60 Co γ-rays Page:367—372
11. Regulation of transcription of rRNA synthesis by Apak under hypoxic conditions Page:363—366,372
12. Construction of stable Cdc25C knockout HeLa cell strains using CRISPR/Cas9 gene-editing system Page:359—362
13. Expression and purification of Ebola virus trimeric glycoprotein based on novel glycoengineered Pichia pastoris Page:352—358
14. TNF-α induced RIP1-dependent apoptosis in L929-A cells by interrupting mitochondrial respiratory chain complex Ⅲ Page:346—351
15. Mechanisms involved in PERK-dependent autophagy under arsenite exposure Page:342—345
16. Preparation of conotoxin GI antiserum and determination of neutralization activity Page:338—341
17. Cloning, synthesis and target identification of a novel α-conotoxin Lt1.1 Page:334—337
18. Current global antimicrobial resistance and countermeasures Page:329—333