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    Quantitative analysis and classification of tongue inspection based on the visible reflection spectrum

    Kong, Meng, Zeng, Chang-Chun, Liu, You-Zhang, Liu, Song-Hao
    Zhong xi yi jie he xue bao = Journal of Chinese integrative medicine, January 2011, Vol.9(1), pp.29-35 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Quantitative analysis and classification of tongue inspection based on the visible reflection spectrum
    Auteur: Kong, Meng; Zeng, Chang-Chun; Liu, You-Zhang; Liu, Song-Hao
    Sujet: Tongue ; Medicine, Chinese Traditional -- Methods
    Description: In this study, optical data on color of tongue tips were collected by using a visible reflection spectrum system. Quantitative method of tongue inspection and classification of tongue states including pale, pale red, red and crimson manifestations were investigated. Chromaticity coordinates of the tongue tips from 98 subjects were calculated on the basis of the visible reflection spectrum. The tongue color was quantified and classified by the visible reflection spectrum in the range from 590 nm to 780 nm, based on the higher red-band energy distribution on the tongue tip color. It was found that comparison and analysis of tongue tip color from different samples would be well-suited after spectrum vector normalization, and the difference of tongue tip color between different samples could be observed easily when the tongue tip optical data were sited in CIE 1931 chromaticity diagram. The tongue tip colors were analyzed quantitatively and classified by the spectral energy intensity at the wavelength of 670 nm and (or) spectral energy ratio of red bank from 590 nm to 780 nm. The results of classification showed that there was sound corresponding accuracy with the clinical diagnosis of pale tongue, pale red tongue, red tongue and crimson tongue. In this study, based on the collection of the information data on tongue tip characteristics with the visible spectrum from 380 nm to 780 nm, the quantitative analysis of tongue inspection for pale tongue, pale red tongue, red tongue and crimson tongue was established. The quantitative value for tongue tip color is an effective method for classification of the condition of the tongue tip, which provides a useful tool for the modernization of tongue inspection in traditional Chinese medicine.
    Fait partie de: Zhong xi yi jie he xue bao = Journal of Chinese integrative medicine, January 2011, Vol.9(1), pp.29-35
    Identifiant: 1672-1977 (ISSN); 21227030 Version (PMID)

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    Physics of nonlinear optics / Guang S. He, Song H. Liu

    He, Guang-Sheng
    Liu, Song Hao
    Singapore [etc.] : World Scientific
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    Titre: Physics of nonlinear optics / Guang S. He, Song H. Liu
    Auteur: He, Guang-Sheng
    Contributeur: Liu, Song Hao
    Editeur: Singapore [etc.] : World Scientific
    Date: [1999]
    Collation: XXII, 552 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
    Note: Reprint 2003 - Bibliogr
    Classification: LC QC446.2
    Identifiant: 9810233191 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R281121560
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R281121560/html?view=FR_V1

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    Photobiomodulation – The Chinese approaches and advances in clinical application/Photobiomodulation – Der Chinesische Ansatz und Fortschritte in der klinischen Anwendung

    Liu, Timon Cheng-Yi, Li, Xing-Er, Liu, Song-Hao
    Photonics & Lasers in Medicine, 01/1/2013, Vol.2(1) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Photobiomodulation – The Chinese approaches and advances in clinical application/Photobiomodulation – Der Chinesische Ansatz und Fortschritte in der klinischen Anwendung
    Auteur: Liu, Timon Cheng-Yi; Li, Xing-Er; Liu, Song-Hao
    Sujet: Engineering;
    Description: Abstract Photobiomodulation (PBM) is a biomedical treatment that uses monochromatic light or laser irradiation to stimulate or inhibit biological functions. Therapeutic applications of PBM are very common in China as the research on PBM and its therapeutic applications are very advanced. This paper reviews the literature in terms of the function-specific homeostasis, genetic redundancy and self-adaptation of the PBM phenomena and gives an overview of the clinical applications, such as laser acupuncture, intravascular low energy laser therapy, intranasal low intensity laser therapy and laser surgery, taking into consideration the approaches of functional medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
    Fait partie de: Photonics & Lasers in Medicine, 01/1/2013, Vol.2(1)
    Identifiant: 2193-0635 (ISSN); 2193-0643 (E-ISSN); http (DOI)

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    Sunlight loss for femtosecond microstructured silicon with two impurity bands

    Fang, Jian, Chen, Chang-Shui, Wang, Fang, Liu, Song-Hao
    Chinese Physics B, 2011, Vol.20(7), p.074202 (5pp) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Sunlight loss for femtosecond microstructured silicon with two impurity bands
    Auteur: Fang, Jian; Chen, Chang-Shui; Wang, Fang; Liu, Song-Hao
    Sujet: Band Theory ; Bands ; Femtosecond ; Impurities ; Photovoltaic Cells ; Silicon ; Solar Cells ; Sunlight ; Solid State Milieux (General) (So);
    Description: Black silicon, produced by irradiating the surface of a silicon wafer with femtosecond laser pulses in the presence of a sulfur-bearing gas, is widely believed to be a potential material for efficient multi-intermediate-band silicon solar cells. Taking chalcogen as an example, we analyse the loss of sunlight for silicon with two impurity bands and we find that loss of the sunlight can be minimized to 0.332 when Te 0 (0.307 eV) and Te + (0.411 eV) are doped into microstructured silicon. Finally, problems needed to be resolved in analysing the relationship between conversion efficiency of the ideal four-band silicon solar cell and the position of the introduced two intermediated bands in silicon according to detailed balance theory are pointed out with great emphasis.
    Fait partie de: Chinese Physics B, 2011, Vol.20(7), p.074202 (5pp)
    Identifiant: 1674-1056 (ISSN); (E-ISSN); 10.1088/1674-1056/20/7/074202 (DOI)

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    An extra phase for two-mode coherent states displaced in noncommutative phase space

    Yan, Long, Feng, Xun-Li, Zhang, Zhi-Ming, Liu, Song-Hao
    Chinese Physics Letters, 2012, Vol.29(4), p.041102 (4pp) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: An extra phase for two-mode coherent states displaced in noncommutative phase space
    Auteur: Yan, Long; Feng, Xun-Li; Zhang, Zhi-Ming; Liu, Song-Hao
    Sujet: Displacement ; Coherence ; Algebra ; Bosons ; Deformation ; Solid State Milieux (General) (So) ; Physics (General) (Ah);
    Description: Using deformed boson algebra, we study the property of two-mode coherent states in noncommutative phase space. When a two-mode field evolves in the noncommutative phase space, it can acquire an extra -dependent phase compared to the case of commutative space. This phase is detectable and may be used to test noncommutativity.
    Fait partie de: Chinese Physics Letters, 2012, Vol.29(4), p.041102 (4pp)
    Identifiant: 0256-307X (ISSN); 1741-3540 (E-ISSN); 10.1088/0256-307X/29/4/041102 (DOI)

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    Fast nondestructive identification of endothelium corneum gigeriae galli using visible/near-infrared spectroscopy

    Zhang, Xiao-Yan, Meng, Yao-Yong, Zhang, Hao, Ou, Wen-Juan, Liu, Song-Hao
    Chinese Physics Letters, 2011, Vol.28(12), p.120701 (4pp) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Fast nondestructive identification of endothelium corneum gigeriae galli using visible/near-infrared spectroscopy
    Auteur: Zhang, Xiao-Yan; Meng, Yao-Yong; Zhang, Hao; Ou, Wen-Juan; Liu, Song-Hao
    Sujet: Counterfeit ; Back Propagation ; Neural Networks ; Artificial Neural Networks ; Endothelium ; Calibration ; Spectroscopy ; Spectra ; Solid State Milieux (General) (So) ; Physics (General) (Ah);
    Description: Vis/NIR spectroscopy, in combination with partial least square (PLS) analysis and a back-propagation neural network, is investigated to identify endothelium corneum gigeriae galli (ECGG). The spectral features of ECGGs and their counterfeits are reasonably differentiated in vis/NIR region, which provides enough qualitative information to establish the relationship between the spectra and samples for identification. After pretreatment of the spectral data, cross validation is implemented for extracting the best number of principal components. Then the calibration and validation set are performed well. The PLS and back propagation neural network (BPNN) model gives the BPNN to be 0.9941 and the root mean square residual (RMSR) to be 0.0775 for the calibration set, and the multiple correlation coefficient (MCC) to 0.9874 and the RMSE to 0.1134 for the validation set. Thus the PLS and BPNN model is reliable and practicable. Through testing, a recognition accuracy of 100% is achieved. The present study could offer a new approach for fast and nondestructive discrimination of ECGG and its counterfeit.
    Fait partie de: Chinese Physics Letters, 2011, Vol.28(12), p.120701 (4pp)
    Identifiant: 0256-307X (ISSN); 1741-3540 (E-ISSN); 10.1088/0256-307X/28/12/120701 (DOI)

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    Specificity of auricular acupoints in reflecting changes of qi and blood measured by diffuse reflectance spectroscopy

    Liu, Han-Ping, Liang, Bo, Zhang, He-Ming, Liu, Xiao-Yan, Liu, Song-Hao
    Zhong xi yi jie he xue bao = Journal of Chinese integrative medicine, February 2012, Vol.10(2), pp.186-92 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Specificity of auricular acupoints in reflecting changes of qi and blood measured by diffuse reflectance spectroscopy
    Auteur: Liu, Han-Ping; Liang, Bo; Zhang, He-Ming; Liu, Xiao-Yan; Liu, Song-Hao
    Sujet: Acupuncture Points ; Menstruation -- Physiology ; Uterus -- Physiology
    Description: This study aimed to assess the specificity of auricular acupoints in responding to changes of qi and blood which, in traditional Chinese medicine, are considered as the fundamental substances in the human body for sustaining normal vital activity. A miniature fiber optic system was used to invasively measure the diffuse reflectance spectra of three auricular acupoints, namely, Uterus (TF2), Gan (CO12) and Neifenmi (CO18), at different stages of menstruation, when the female body exhibits regular changes of qi and blood. The spectra of different acupoints were compared to find their difference in responding changes of qi and blood, especially the reflectivity of absorption peaks of hemoglobin. The reflectivity of the same auricular acupoint during menstruation is higher than that before and after menstruation, and this trend is more obvious for the Uterus point compared with the points Gan and Neifenmi. The average reflectivity of the Uterus point during menstruation was significantly higher than that before or after menstruation (P
    Fait partie de: Zhong xi yi jie he xue bao = Journal of Chinese integrative medicine, February 2012, Vol.10(2), pp.186-92
    Identifiant: 1672-1977 (ISSN); 22313886 Version (PMID)

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    Effect of Ren meridian acupoints moxibustion on light propagation along the pericardium meridian at human wrist

    Xiao, Zhi-Yan, Chen, Chang-Shui, Zhang, Yan, Sun, Chao, Liu, Song-Hao
    Chinese journal of integrative medicine, 26 May 2014, pp. [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Effect of Ren meridian acupoints moxibustion on light propagation along the pericardium meridian at human wrist
    Auteur: Xiao, Zhi-Yan; Chen, Chang-Shui; Zhang, Yan; Sun, Chao; Liu, Song-Hao
    Description: To explore the relationship between acupoints and meridians. Researches were performed on 45 healthy people under the same conditions. The diffuse light intensity of the Pericardium meridian and its surrounding areas were measured before and after warming moxibustion on three acupoints [Shimen (RN5), Qihai (RN6), and Yinjiao (RN7)] of Ren meridian below umbilicus in the same way. Then two sets of data of each sample were used for statistics and analysis, as well as the three-dimensional distribution figures. Statistical definition of probability value was used to evaluate the effect made by moxibustion. After moxibustion, the diffuse light intensity presented significant changes in 25 samples (P
    Fait partie de: Chinese journal of integrative medicine, 26 May 2014, pp.
    Identifiant: 1672-0415 (ISSN); 24862850 Version (PMID)

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    Method to detect the variants of the erythrocyte in a rat model of Aβ25-35-induced neurotoxicity based on micro-Raman spectroscopy

    Chen, Di-Ling, Ning, Li, Li, Lin, Deng, Shao-Dong, Zhang, He-Ming, Liu, Song-Hao
    Journal of biomedical optics, November 2013, Vol.18(11), pp.118003 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Method to detect the variants of the erythrocyte in a rat model of Aβ25-35-induced neurotoxicity based on micro-Raman spectroscopy
    Auteur: Chen, Di-Ling; Ning, Li; Li, Lin; Deng, Shao-Dong; Zhang, He-Ming; Liu, Song-Hao
    Sujet: Amyloid Beta-Peptides -- Toxicity ; Biomarkers -- Blood ; Erythrocytes -- Chemistry ; Peptide Fragments -- Toxicity ; Spectrum Analysis, Raman -- Methods
    Description: Alzheimer's disease irreversibly and progressively damages the brain, but the treatments in clinical trials are too slow. So, we hypothesized that the presence of erythrocyte variants with AD could be used as a noninvasive means to predict or trigger for administration of the preventive therapeutics, and the aim of this study is to develop a method using Raman spectroscopy in a rat model of Aβ25-35-induced neurotoxicity, and then evaluate the protective effect of bajijiasu by this method. Results showed that the Raman spectra fingerprints of the erythrocyte of model group were obvious different from those of the normal control, as peaks around the region 650 cm(-1) belonged to the s-s makers, 1605 cm(-1) corresponded to the high spin (deoxygenated-Hb) marker, 1374 cm(-1) arises from ν4 as a sign of concentration of O2, and 1123 and 1033 cm(-1) are associated with the trans stretching vibrations of CAC skeleton. Results also showed that bajijiasu can make these changes recover. Our study...
    Fait partie de: Journal of biomedical optics, November 2013, Vol.18(11), pp.118003
    Identifiant: 1560-2281 (E-ISSN); 24247751 Version (PMID); 10.1117/1.JBO.18.11.118003 (DOI)

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    Light propagation along the pericardium meridian at human wrist as evidenced by the optical experiment and Monte Carlo method

    Jiang, Yi-fan, Chen, Chang-shui, Liu, Xiao-mei, Liu, Rong-ting, Liu, Song-hao
    Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2015, Vol.21(4), pp.254-258 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]