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  • "Knowledge and Data" Driven AIGC in Brain Image Computing for Alzheimer's Disease Analysis

    A research team led by Prof. WANG Shuqiang from the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences introduced a Prior-Guided Adversarial Learning with Hypergraph (PALH) model for predicting abnormal connections in Alzheimer's disease.

    Jan 20, 2024
  • Artificial Intelligence Facilitates Tissue Substructure Identification from Spatial Resolved Transcriptomics

    A research team led by Prof. ZHANG Shihua from the Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science has proposed a new computational tool, STAGATE, to decipher tissue substructures from spatial resolved transcriptomics. The model uses artificial intelligence technology to integrate spatial location information and gene expression profile of spatial spots. In this algorithm, a graph attention autoencoder is introduced, with a graph attention mechanism in the middle hidden layer, which can learn the heterogeneous similarities between neighboring spots adaptively.

    Apr 02, 2022
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  • Pain perception elicited by multiple somatosensory stimuli.
    Heat Pain Perception Decreases with Age

    To reveal the behavioral pattern underlying the changes in pain perception during aging and to provide a scientific basis for pain management and treatment in older adults, Dr. KONG Yazhuo and his team from the Institute of Psychology compared the similarities and differences in the perception of two different modalities of stimuli, heat and pressure, between young and older adults by collecting sensory debriefings of these stimuli from young adults and older adults.

    May 24, 2024
  • USTC Proposes Therapeutic Approach for Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    A research team led by Prof. PAN Wen from the University of Science and Technology of China of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, in collaboration with research teams led by Prof. ZHU Shu and Prof. SONG Xinyang, demonstrated the causal link between microbial factors and dysfunction of intestinal stem cells (ISCs) in colitis. On the basis of this mechanism, they proposed a possible approach to restore ISC function in colitis.

    May 23, 2024
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