Influence of iNOS Gene Transcription and Library Translation Based on Hare Myocardial Ischemia Reperfusion

  • Suxing Zhao
Keywords: iNOS Gene Transcription after Hare Myocardial Ischemia-reperfusion, Library Translation and Inclusion, Service Performance, Prediction Function Evaluation Coefficient, Function Value Coefficient, Analytic Hierarchy Process


In recent years, due to translation and inclusion problems in libraries, researchers have been unable to
obtain academic resources in large quantities and easily. Therefore, this article aims to study a collection system
that can quickly analyze the translation and query of the library. In this paper, a new library translation and
recording system is constructed based on iNOS gene transcription after hare myocardial ischemia-reperfusion.
Comparing the total scores of the first-level indicators, it is not difficult to find that the service time score is the
highest, indicating that the library translation and recording system has achieved 24-hour service, which has
been recognized by readers and users. The service resources and service items scores are not far from each
other, and they are both on the upper level, indicating that the library's translation and collection system pays
more attention to resources and project construction, and the services provided in this regard have been
recognized by readers. In this paper, the analytic hierarchy process and descriptive statistical methods are used
to calculate the expert's prediction function evaluation coefficient for each index and the user's perception
function evaluation coefficient for each department. In the earned value analysis curve, we can intuitively see
the size of the expert prediction function evaluation coefficient, the user's perceived function value coefficient
and the actual cost allocation coefficient of various indicators of the library. According to these existing
problems, reasonable solutions are given to realize the significance and value of the evaluation.