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Impact of Social Capital on Land Arrangement Behavior of Migrant Workers in China
by Minglei Zhu , Xiaowei Song  and  Wenxin Chen
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In China, the land arrangement behavior of over 160 million rural-urban migrant workers is closely related to the optimal allocation of rural land resources and sustainable development of urban and rural areas. Although previous studies show that social capital affects migrant workers’ land arrangement behavior, few empirical studies reveal the relationship between them, [...] Read more

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Does Internet Development Put Pressure on Energy-Saving Potential for Environmental Sustainability? Evidence from China
by Siyu Ren , Zhiyuan Liu , Rinat Z hanbayev  and  Mingyue Du
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With the development of information technology and its application in environmental governance, the role of the internet in improving energy efficiency and reducing energy-saving potential (ESP) has attracted more attention. In this study, the slack-based model (SBM) and the unexpected model, along with the entropy method, were applied to measure China's energy-saving potential [...] Read more

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Forecasting Parameters in the SABR Model
by Li Chen , Jianing Zhu  and  Cunyi Yang
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We present two approaches to forecasting parameters in the SABR model. The first approach is the vector autoregressive moving-average model (VARMA) for the time series of the in-sample calibrated parameters, and the second is based on machine learning techniques called epsilon-support vector regression (ε-SVR). Using daily data of S&P 500 ETF option prices from Janu [...] Read more

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Role of Natural Products in Combating Cancer
by Camilla Barreto  and  Alwjandra Jandus
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Alternative bio actively chemicals may be found in natural goods and traditional herb medications, but only a few plant-information formulations have been rigorously studied and verified for their potential as medicinal therapies. The study of plant-derived elements' immunomodulation capabilities and their ability as provoke the immune system as combat various elemental disorde [...] Read more

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Research Progress on the Relationship Between Mitochondrial Deoxyguanosine Kinase and Apoptosis and Autophagy in Lung Adenocarcinoma Cells
by Chao Liu , Qin Qin  and  Hongliang Cong
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Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths. Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) accounts for about 85% of all lung cancers, and lung adenocarcinoma is the most common NSCLC. Most patients with lung cancer eventually lead to local and metastatic recurrence, including many patients who have completely removed the primary tumor during surgery and have no noticeable m [...] Read more

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Role of "facial diagnosis" objectification in tumor diagnosis and treatment
by Hao Zhang , Yuan Lu , Ya Qiao , Hang Song  and  Yongfu Zhu
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As an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) inspection, face diagnosis is significant in judging the rise and fall of viscera and essence and diagnosing and treating diseases. Cancer is a serious disease that endangers human life and health. Face diagnosis can play a great role in diagnosing and treating tumors, but this approach has not [...] Read more

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How Does Lncrna Regulation Impact Cancer Metastasis
by Abreto Devit Mancheng  and  Ugwemubwem Ossas
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Metastasis is the major cause of cancer-related mortality. Metastasis is a process through which cancer spreads from its initial location to other sections of the body. Cancer cells' epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT), anoikis resistance, cell migration, and angiogenesis are all well-known steps in this process. Investigating the molecular processes that govern cancer meta [...] Read more

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Drug Transport via Nanocarrier for Liver Cancer Treatment
by Shafirah Hussein  and  Jaffri Ruben
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The requirement of having multiple nanocarriers (NCs) and active agents for improved therapy, imaging, and controlled release of medications efficiently in one platform has made the creation of therapeutics and theragnostic nanodrug delivery systems a difficult task for present researchers. Multiple drug resistance (MDR), a high clearance rate, severe side effects, undesirable [...] Read more