Wei-Guang Li

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2006-2013 Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine 
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Meng L, Li W, Zhang X, et al. (2020) Influence of spent mushroom substrate and molasses amendment on nitrogen loss and humification in sewage sludge composting. Heliyon. 6: e04988
Song XL, Liu DS, Qiang M, et al. (2020) Postsynaptic Targeting and Mobility of Membrane Surface-Localized hASIC1a. Neuroscience Bulletin
Yan Y, Zhang L, Zhu T, et al. (2020) Reconsolidation of a post-ingestive nutrient memory requires mTOR in the central amygdala. Molecular Psychiatry
Li X, Han C, Li W, et al. (2020) Insights into the cellulose degradation mechanism of the thermophilic fungus based on integrated functional omics. Biotechnology For Biofuels. 13: 143
Li WG, Huang Z, Zhang XA. (2020) Exercise prescription in cardiac rehabilitation needs to be more accurate. European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. 2047487320936021
Li WG, Huang Z, Chen T, et al. (2020) A call for universal criteria of high-intensity interval training in cardiac rehabilitation. European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. 2047487320927618
Zhao Y, Li W, Chen L, et al. (2020) Effect of enriched thermotolerant nitrifying bacteria inoculation on reducing nitrogen loss during sewage sludge composting. Bioresource Technology. 311: 123461
Li WG, Liu PL, Zhang XA. (2020) How to remedy the heterogeneity of exercise prescription for cardiovascular disease patients. European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. 2047487320908077
Gong XJ, Li YS, Dong YQ, et al. (2020) Arsenic adsorption by innovative iron/calcium in-situ-impregnated mesoporous activated carbons from low-temperature water and effects of the presence of humic acids. Chemosphere. 250: 126275
Liao P, Qiu Y, Mo Y, et al. (2019) Selective activation of TWIK-related acid-sensitive K 3 subunit-containing channels is analgesic in rodent models. Science Translational Medicine. 11
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