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    Memristor-Based Canonical Chua’s Circuit: Extreme Multistability in Voltage-Current Domain and Its Controllability in Flux-Charge Domain
    with Han Bao, Kaibin Chu, Mo Chen, Quan Xu, and Bocheng Bao
    Complexity 2018 1-13. 2018.
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    Similar Effects for Resting State and Unconscious Thought: Both Solve Multi-attribute Choices Better Than Conscious Thought
    with Fengpei Hu, Xiang Yu, Huadong Chu, Lei Zhao, and Uyi Jude
    Frontiers in Psychology 9. 2018.
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    Seismic characteristics and sedimentary record of the late Pleistocene delta offshore southwestern Hainan Island, northwestern South China Sea
    with Yingci Feng, Wenhuan Zhan, Hongjun Chen, Jinchang Zhang, Andrzej Osadczuk, Yantao Yao, Wei Li, Jie Sun, Lei Guo, Wenkai Huang, Shun Li, and Wenyan Zhang
    Interpretation: SEG 6 (4). 2018.
    A late Pleistocene delta exceeding [Formula: see text] offshore Hainan Island, northwestern South China Sea, is investigated using high-resolution seismic and core data to understand the relationship between subaqueous delta development and climate drivers during the Last Glacial Period. The seismic data indicate general progradational configurations toward the southwest or southeast, indicating that the sediments from the eastern slope offshore southwestern Hainan Island were transported southw…Read more
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    Book reviews (review)
    with Xie Wenyu, Ng On-cho, Bongrae Seok, Sky Liu, Zong Desheng, Jay Goulding, Hon Tze-ki, David Fielding, and Chen Yun
    Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 4 (2): 371-400. 2005.
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    Introduction to special section: Recent advances in geology and geophysics of deepwater reservoirs
    with Shu Jiang, Hongliu Zeng, Lorena Moscardelli, Grant Wach, Flávio J. Feijó, Michael Gardosh, Hongtao Zhu, Sverre Henriksen, and Sudeep Kanungo
    Interpretation 6 (4). 2018.
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    Introduction to special section: Recent advances in geology and geophysics of deepwater reservoirs
    with Shu Jiang, Hongliu Zeng, Lorena Moscardelli, Grant Wach, Flávio J. Feijó, Michael Gardosh, Hongtao Zhu, Sverre Henriksen, and Sudeep Kanungo
    Interpretation: SEG 6 (4). 2018.
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    Dysfunction of the Mesolimbic Circuit to Food Odors in Women With Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa: A fMRI Study
    with Robert Soussignan, Edouard Carrier, and Jean-Pierre Royet
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 13. 2019.
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    Using seismic inversion and net pay to calibrate Eagle Ford Shale producible resources
    with Bo Chen, Dhananjay Kumar, Anthony Uerling, Sheryl Land, Omar Aguirre, and Setiawardono Sugianto
    Interpretation: SEG 3 (3). 2015.
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    © 2014 The Author. Motivation: Although many gene set analysis methods have been proposed to explore associations between a phenotype and a group of genes sharing common biological functions or involved in the same biological process, the underlying biological mechanisms of identified gene sets are typically unexplained. Results: We propose a method called Differential Regulation-based enrichment Analysis for GENe sets to identify gene sets in which a significant proportion of genes have their t…Read more
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    An association analysis between psychophysical characteristics and genome-wide gene expression changes in human adaptation to the extreme climate at the Antarctic Dome Argus
    with C. Xu, X. Ju, D. Song, F. Huang, D. Tang, Z. Zou, C. Zhang, T. Joshi, L. Jia, W. Xu, K. F. Xu, Q. Wang, Y. Xiong, Z. Guo, X. Chen, J. Xu, Y. Zhong, Y. Zhu, Y. Peng, L. Wang, X. Zhang, R. Jiang, D. Li, D. Xu, and C. Jiang
    © 2015 Macmillan Publishers Limited All rights reserved. Genome-wide gene expression measurements have enabled comprehensive studies that integrate the changes of gene expression and phenotypic information to uncover their novel associations. Here we reported the association analysis between psychophysical phenotypes and genome-wide gene expression changes in human adaptation to one of the most extreme climates on Earth, the Antarctic Dome Argus. Dome A is the highest ice feature in Antarctica, …Read more
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    Motivation: De novo assemblies of genomes remain one of the most challenging applications in next-generation sequencing. Usually, their results are incomplete and fragmented into hundreds of contigs. Repeats in genomes and sequencing errors are the main reasons for these complications. With the rapidly growing number of sequenced genomes, it is now feasible to improve assemblies by guiding them with genomes from related species. Results: Here we introduce AlignGraph, an algorithm for extending a…Read more
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    Phylogeny-based classification of microbial communities
    with O. Tanaseichuk and J. Borneman