Results Among them, 1 case was in complete response (CR) (4.3%), 13 cases were in partial response (PR) (56.5%), 7 cases were stable (SD) (30.4%) and 2 cases were in progress (PD) (8.7%). The total efficiency rate (CR+PR) was 60.9% (14/23).

Results The rates of complete remission (CR), partial remission (PR), and stabilization (SD) were 0%, 18.75%, and 37.50% respectively, with a disease control rate of 56.25%.

The objective response rates(including CR,PR,NC,PD) of group A and B respectively are 0,28.13%, 53.12%, 18.75%, and 0,26.47%, 44.12%, 29.41%, P > 0.05;

We show that there is a complex spaceXcendowed with a holomorphic action of the universal complexificationG ofK that containsX as an openK-stable subset.

Let T be a τ -stable maximal torus of G and its Weyl group W.

Assume B is F-stable, so that U is also F-stable and U(q) is a Sylow p-subgroup of G(q).

We show that the conjugacy classes of U(q) are in correspondence with the F-stable adjoint orbits of U in u.

It is also shown that on the nilmanifold $\Gamma\backslash (H^3\times H^3)$ the balanced condition is not stable under small deformations.

A new method of generating electric pulses of short duration with good amplitude and steadiness is devised by superposing two similar and opposite pulses produced with two glow discharge tubes. Confirming experiments are made and fully reported. A useful formula for passing a pulse through a transformer is also derived.

The current and the potential drop under steady state in any branch of a linear, invariable network with any impressed electromotive forces and currents, are usually expressed as the ratio of two determinants. In this paper, short-cut methods for writing down directly the expansion of these determinants in thsir simplest forms are outlined, illustrated and proved. Comparison with similar methods are given. As a check of the result obtained, a method for finding out the total number of terms in the denominator...

The current and the potential drop under steady state in any branch of a linear, invariable network with any impressed electromotive forces and currents, are usually expressed as the ratio of two determinants. In this paper, short-cut methods for writing down directly the expansion of these determinants in thsir simplest forms are outlined, illustrated and proved. Comparison with similar methods are given. As a check of the result obtained, a method for finding out the total number of terms in the denominator determinant in its simplest form is developed.

The dependence of the entropy of a homogeneous system on the composition is investigated with the help of a reversible adiabatic process which allows the change of composition by means of a semipermeable wall. The conditions of equilibrinm for phase transition and for homogeneous chemical reaction are derived in a new way. Next the criterion of minimum energy for constant entropy and volume is derived from the principle of increase of entropy. This criterion is then applied to obtain the conditions of equilibrium...

The dependence of the entropy of a homogeneous system on the composition is investigated with the help of a reversible adiabatic process which allows the change of composition by means of a semipermeable wall. The conditions of equilibrinm for phase transition and for homogeneous chemical reaction are derived in a new way. Next the criterion of minimum energy for constant entropy and volume is derived from the principle of increase of entropy. This criterion is then applied to obtain the conditions of equilibrium and stability with the help of Lagrange's multipliers. The conditions of stability are expressed in several alternative forms. Next the equilibrium properties of a binary system arc considered, and some types of phase diagram are explained by means of equations. The theory is extended to the general heterogeneous equilibrium of a system consisting of any number of independent components. A system of equations for the change of temperature, pressure, and composition are obtained and are solved by means of determinants. Next Planck's theory of a binary solution is extended to a solution consisting of several solnte components, with the same conclusion regarding the lowering of freezing point as for a binary solution. Finally Planck's theory on the number of coexisting phases for aone-component system is extended to a system consisting of k components with the result that a state with, σ coexisting phases is more stable than one with σ-1 phases: where σ is an integer not greater than k + 2.