Dr. Tao Chen

About Dr. Tao Chen

Dr. Tao is a Chemistry (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany) researcher from Shanghai Advanced Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Research and development center for advanced energy system and equipment, No.99 Haike Road, Shanghai, CHINA.. His recent research is on A Novel Triazine-Based Analog of Graphyne: Scalable Synthesis and Applications in Photocatalytic Dye Degradation and Bacterial Inactivation. which was published on Chemistry on 2019/12/17.

The DOI of the article A Novel Triazine-Based Analog of Graphyne: Scalable Synthesis and Applications in Photocatalytic Dye Degradation and Bacterial Inactivation. is 10.1002/chem.201905133

The article has been published in the following journal:
Germany Chemistry 9513783 0947-6539


List of co-authors for A Novel Triazine-Based Analog of Graphyne: Scalable Synthesis and Applications in Photocatalytic Dye Degradation and Bacterial Inactivation. :
Wen-Qian Li
Xiao-Jia Chen
Yun-Zhe Guo
Wei-Bo Hu
Wen-Jing Hu
Yahu A Liu
Hui Yang
Ke Wen

What are Dr. Tao Chen Specialties :

aromatic nucleophilic substitution reaction graphyne analog photocatalyst photocatalytic bacterial inactivation photocatalytic dye degradation

List of Publications:

  1. The Phenotypic and Genetic Spectrum of Paroxysmal Kinesigenic Dyskinesia in China
      We propose recommendations regarding diagnostic criteria for paroxysmal kinesigenic dyskinesia based on this large clinical study of paroxysmal kinesigenic dyskinesia. The findings offered some new insights into the diagnosis and treatment of paroxysmal kinesigenic dyskinesia and might help in build …
  2. Isoalantolactone Inhibits RANKL-induced Osteoclast Formation via Multiple Signaling Pathways
      The metabolicosteopathy known as postmenopausal osteoporosisiscaused by disruption of the balance between bone resorption and osteogenesis, processes that are mediated by osteoclasts and osteoblasts, respectively. The current therapeutic approaches to treating osteoporosis have several limitations. …
  3. Dolutegravir Versus Efavirenz in Women Starting HIV Therapy in Late Pregnancy (DolPHIN-2): An Open-Label, Randomised Controlled Trial
  4. Resveratrol Protects Against PM2.5-induced Heart Defects in Zebrafish Embryos as an Antioxidant Rather Than as an AHR Antagonist
      Resveratrol (RSV), a natural polyphenolic compound commonly found in food, has antioxidant and aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AHR) antagonist effects. We have recently demonstrated that AHR mediated reactive oxygen species (ROS) generation contributes to the cardiac developmental toxicity of ambient fin …
  5. C 24 -Ceramide Drives Gallbladder Cancer Progression Through Directly Targeting PIP4K2C to Facilitate mTOR Signaling Activation
      The wide prevalence of chemoresistance and compromised early diagnosis of gallbladder cancer (GBC) has led to poor patient prognosis, requiring sustained efforts for the identification of effective biomarkers and novel therapeutic intervention. Ceramides have emerged as intracellular signaling molec …
  6. MiR-1247-5p Functions as a Tumor Suppressor in Human Astroglioma Cells by Targeting CDC14B
      Malignant glioma is one of the most common primary tumors of the central nervous system. MicroRNAs (miRNAs) play an important role in the occurrence of gliomas, and have a potential value in their treatment. In this study, we investigated the effect of miR-1247-5p on glioma progression. miR-1247-5p …
  7. Cigarette Smoke-Initiated Autoimmunity Facilitates Sensitisation to Elastin-Induced COPD-like Pathologies in Mice
      It is currently not understood whether cigarette smoke (CS) exposure facilitates sensitisation to self-antigens and whether ensuing auto-reactive T cells drive COPD-associated pathologies.To address this question, mice were exposed to CS for 2 weeks. Following a two-week period of rest, mice were ch …
  8. Dynamic Statistical Model for Predicting the Risk of Death Among Older Chinese People, Using Longitudinal Repeated Measures of the Frailty Index: A Prospective Cohort Study
      We developed a dynamic prediction model that was able to update predictions of the risk of death as updated measurements of FI became available. This model could be used to estimate the risk of death in individuals aged >65 years.
  9. Safety and Efficacy of Guidezilla Extension Catheter for the Percutaneous Treatment of Complex Coronary Lesions
      The GuidezillaTM guide extension catheter was an effective and safe technique in the transradial treatment of complex coronary lesions. Use of the GuidezillaTM guide extension catheter can shorten the procedure time and ensure overall procedural success with a reduced complication rate in cases wher …
  10. Multiple Ways Realizing Charge-State Transform in AuCu Bimetallic Nanoclusters With Atomic Precision
      Thiolate-protected nanoclusters with different charge states usually show similar structure frameworks but different electronic configurations, which are proved to dramatically affect their properties such as magnetism, photoluminescence, and catalytic activity. Until now, few nanoclusters with alte …
  11. Obesity Might Persistently Increase Adrenal Gland Volume: A Preliminary Study
      Obesity leads to increased AGV, and in some cases, this effect seems to be irreversible. The clinical implication of obesity-induced adrenal morphological changes needs to be studied further.
  12. A Plant Genetic Network for Preventing Dysbiosis in the Phyllosphere
      The aboveground parts of terrestrial plants, collectively called the phyllosphere, have a key role in the global balance of atmospheric carbon dioxide and oxygen. The phyllosphere represents one of the most abundant habitats for microbiota colonization. Whether and how plants control phyllosphere mi …
  13. Fabrication of Hierarchical Co 9 S 8@ZnAgInS Heterostructured Cages for Highly Efficient Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation and Pollutants Degradation
      In the present study, a hierarchical Co<sub>9</sub>S<sub>8</sub>@ZnAgInS heterostructural cage was developed for the first time which can photocatalytically produce hydrogen and degrade organic pollutants with high efficiency. First, the Co<sub>9</sub>S<sub>8</sub> dodecahedron was synthesized using …
      <span><b>Objective:</b> We prospectively investigated the accuracy of the seated saline suppression test (SSST) in 113 patients with hypertension (including 93 PA and 20 essential hypertension (EH)) in the Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism. <b>Methods:</b> Each patient underwent an recumbent sali</span> …
  15. A Ten-Year China-US Laboratory Collaboration: Improving Response to Influenza Threats in China and the World, 2004-2014
      The emergence of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) underscored the importance of influenza detection and response in China. From 2004, the Chinese National Influenza Center (CNIC) and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (USCDC) initiated Cooperative Agreements to buil …
  16. Integrating CRISPR-Enabled Trackable Genome Engineering and Transcriptomic Analysis of Global Regulators for Antibiotic Resistance Selection and Identification in Escherichia Coli
      It is important to expedite our understanding of antibiotic resistance to address the increasing numbers of fatalities and environmental pollution due to the emergence of antibiotic resistance and multidrug-resistant strains. Here, we combined the CRISPR-enabled trackable genome engineering (CREATE) …
  17. A Functionalized Silicate Adsorbent and Exploration of Its Adsorption Mechanism
      Active silicate materials have good adsorption and passivation effects on heavy metal pollutants. The experimental conditions for the preparation of active silicate heavy metal adsorbent (ASHMA) and the adsorption of Cu(II) by ASHMA were investigated. The optimum preparation conditions of ASHMA were …
  18. Plasmon-Driven Modulation of Reaction Pathways of Individual Pt-Modified Au Nanorods
      Understanding the underlying kinetic mechanism of plasmon-enhanced catalysis is important for designing optimized bimetal nanostructures. Here, we characterize product formation rate at both the single-particle and ensemble level. The single-particle measurement allows us to reveal the underlying ca …
  19. Substrate Profiling and Tolerance Testing of Halomonas TD01 Suggest Its Potential Application in Sustainable Manufacturing of Chemicals
      Halomonas TD01, which can grow under non-sterile and continuous processes at high pH and high salt concentrations, is a robust platform for PHA production from glucose. For extending other low-cost sustainable substrates and increasing the potential application in other value-added products, a bette …
  20. Novel Prognostic Nomograms for Female Patients With Breast Cancer and Bone Metastasis at Presentation
      Our proposed nomograms can effectively and accurately predict the prognosis of BC patients with bone metastasis at presentation, which provide a basis for individual treatments for metastatic lesions.

Keywords :

aromatic nucleophilic substitution reaction graphyne analog photocatalyst photocatalytic bacterial inactivation photocatalytic dye degradation