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A Ba A Ma Qi Long

Listener 2: "The song of Abba and Amah sung by Qilong is so good that it lets us know that filial piety is our traditional virtue. Some people say, the greatest regret in life, than the son to raise and close. So we often mention that we should be filial to our parents. For children, there are many ways of filial piety. But for parents, there is only one way they expect you to be filial, and that is to reassure them."

A Ba A Ma Qi Long


It was later revealed by Lu Fang-er, her close friend that she only ended the engagement with him out of fear that her master and Feng Xiao-zi would destroy the Long Family because of their marital connection. She would no longer have any excuses to avoid a relationship with him until she reached the Xiantian stage.[Citation needed]

After the destruction of the Martial Heaven Continent, she arrived in the Immortal World alongside Cloud. There they met a senior who told them the location of the Soul Dream Immortal Venerate's inheritance, which Meng Qi found and cultivated.

Pluripotent mouse embryonic stem (ES) cells multiply in simple monoculture by symmetrical divisions. In vivo, however, stem cells are generally thought to depend on specialised cellular microenvironments and to undergo predominantly asymmetric divisions. Ex vivo expansion of pure populations of tissue stem cells has proven elusive. Neural progenitor cells are propagated in combination with differentiating progeny in floating clusters called neurospheres. The proportion of stem cells in neurospheres is low, however, and they cannot be directly observed or interrogated. Here we demonstrate that the complex neurosphere environment is dispensable for stem cell maintenance, and that the combination of fibroblast growth factor 2 (FGF-2) and epidermal growth factor (EGF) is sufficient for derivation and continuous expansion by symmetrical division of pure cultures of neural stem (NS) cells. NS cells were derived first from mouse ES cells. Neural lineage induction was followed by growth factor addition in basal culture media. In the presence of only EGF and FGF-2, resulting NS cells proliferate continuously, are diploid, and clonogenic. After prolonged expansion, they remain able to differentiate efficiently into neurons and astrocytes in vitro and upon transplantation into the adult brain. Colonies generated from single NS cells all produce neurons upon growth factor withdrawal. NS cells uniformly express morphological, cell biological, and molecular features of radial glia, developmental precursors of neurons and glia. Consistent with this profile, adherent NS cell lines can readily be established from foetal mouse brain. Similar NS cells can be generated from human ES cells and human foetal brain. The extrinsic factors EGF plus FGF-2 are sufficient to sustain pure symmetrical self-renewing divisions of NS cells. The resultant cultures constitute the first known example of tissue-specific stem cells that can be propagated without accompanying differentiation. These homogenous cultures will enable delineation of molecular mechanisms that define a tissue-specific stem cell and allow direct comparison with pluripotent ES cells.

Unlike proliferating cultures in FGF plus EGF (A,C), NS cells on gelatin die by caspase-3-mediated programmed cell death 20 h after removal of EGF (B,D). This death can be overcome if cells are cultured on a laminin substrate in FGF-2 only (F). Under these conditions, cells become slow-dividing and extend longer processes (G,H). Most cells retain RC2 immunoreactivity (H), but a minority begin neuronal differentiation marked by TuJ1 expression (J).

NS cells do not express pluripotent cell-specific transcription factors Oct-4 and Nanog, but show appropriate expression of neural genes and absence of mesoderm and endoderm-specific genes. Their close relationship to a defined endogenous neural precursor cell, radial glia, adds further interest. NS cells can be cryopreserved, and may be transiently or stably transfected by electroporation or lipofection (unpublished data), or transduced with lentiviral vectors. They may be derived from previously engineered ES cells or transgenic mice or be genetically modified after derivation, opening new windows for genetic intervention into self-renewal and lineage commitment decisions in the nervous system and for investigation of neurodegenerative processes and oncogenic transformation. The potential of NS cells to generate different neuronal sub-types has yet to be determined, but their engraftment after transplantation into the adult brain suggests the potential for delivery of cell replacement and gene therapies. Whilst long-term stability and functional integration in vivo will have to be established in future studies, the preliminary data of human analogues to mouse NS cells provides encouragement for this approach.

With her mind firmly fixed on revenge, she sets off on a journey to overthrow Taizong. Along her way, she unexpectedly meets Ashile Sun, who is later revealed to be the valiant general of the Eastern Turkic Khaganate and Tegin of the Eagle Division. Through countless events, their fates become increasingly intertwined, and together they soon discover the forces working behind the scenes that could jeopardise the safety and peace of everything they love.[3]

Compare the process form Excessive syndrome to Deficient syndromes network, and the LGDHS/Normal network shares 48 miRNAs with LGDHS/LDSDS network (50 miRNAs), while the LGDHS/LDSDS network and LDSDS/LKYDS network (41 miRNAs) had 18 co-expression miRNAs. In addition, 18 miRNAs were co-expression among LGDHS/Normal, LGDHS/LDSDS, and LDSDS/LKYDS networks. Interestingly, we note that these 18 coexpression miRNAs are downexpression in LGDHS/Normal network and LDSDS/LKYDS network; however, they were all up-expression in LGDHS/LDSDS network (Figure 2(d)). In the classification of TCM syndromes in CHB, LGDHS is a typical Excessive syndrome, and LKYDS is a Deficient syndrome, whereas LDSDS more likely belongs to Excessive-deficient combination syndrome. The difference of miRNAs expressions among the 3 TCM syndrome networks indicated that the molecular mechanism has great varieties from Excessive to Deficient syndromes.

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