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Spontaneous spreading of water in branched channel systems in an alginate gel.

Johanna Andersson
Coloured water spreads spontaneously in open rectangular branched channel systems with height and width of 600 µm and side channels of various tilting angles. The spreading happens horizontally and the medium is a calcium alginate gel.

Instrucciones Camara Sony.pdf

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Supplementary Material for: External Validation and Clinical Usefulness of First Trimester Prediction Models for the Risk of Preeclampsia: A Prospective Cohort Study

Meertens L.J.E., Scheepers H.C.J., Van Kuijk S.M.J., R. Aardenburg, Van Dooren I.M.A., J. Langenveld, A.M. Van Wijck, I.M. Zwaan, Spaanderman M.E.A. & Smits L.J.M.
Introduction: This study assessed the external validity of all published first trimester prediction models for the risk of preeclampsia (PE) based on routinely collected maternal predictors. Moreover, the potential utility of the best-performing models in clinical practice was evaluated. Material and Methods: Ten prediction models were systematically selected from the literature. We performed a multicenter prospective cohort study in the Netherlands between July 1, 2013, and December 31, 2015. Eligible pregnant women completed a web-based...

Supplementary Material for: External Validation and Clinical Usefulness of First Trimester Prediction Models for the Risk of Preeclampsia: A Prospective Cohort Study

Meertens L.J.E., Scheepers H.C.J., Van Kuijk S.M.J., R. Aardenburg, Van Dooren I.M.A., J. Langenveld, A.M. Van Wijck, I.M. Zwaan, Spaanderman M.E.A. & Smits L.J.M.
Introduction: This study assessed the external validity of all published first trimester prediction models for the risk of preeclampsia (PE) based on routinely collected maternal predictors. Moreover, the potential utility of the best-performing models in clinical practice was evaluated. Material and Methods: Ten prediction models were systematically selected from the literature. We performed a multicenter prospective cohort study in the Netherlands between July 1, 2013, and December 31, 2015. Eligible pregnant women completed a web-based...

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Supplementary Material for: Obstructive Sleep Apnea Is Closely Related to Cardiovascular Risk Factors, but Not to Clinical Recurrence of Atrial Fibrillation after Catheter Ablation: An Analysis of Atrial Fibrillation Patients

C.J. Lee, T.-H. Kim, S. Park & H.-N. Pak
Background: Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a well-known predictor of atrial fibrillation (AF). However, OSA usually accompanies other risk factors of AF. We tried to investigate whether OSA is related to AF recurrence after catheter ablation. Methods: A total of 378 patients (mean age 59.9 ± 10.7 years, 72.5% male) who underwent catheter ablation of AF were enrolled and underwent overnight ambulatory polysomnography before the ablation procedure. These patients were examined once every 3 months...

Supplementary Material for: Obstructive Sleep Apnea Is Closely Related to Cardiovascular Risk Factors, but Not to Clinical Recurrence of Atrial Fibrillation after Catheter Ablation: An Analysis of Atrial Fibrillation Patients

C.J. Lee, T.-H. Kim, S. Park & H.-N. Pak
Background: Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a well-known predictor of atrial fibrillation (AF). However, OSA usually accompanies other risk factors of AF. We tried to investigate whether OSA is related to AF recurrence after catheter ablation. Methods: A total of 378 patients (mean age 59.9 ± 10.7 years, 72.5% male) who underwent catheter ablation of AF were enrolled and underwent overnight ambulatory polysomnography before the ablation procedure. These patients were examined once every 3 months...

Supplementary material from "Convergent evolution in the Euarchontoglires"

Philip J. R. Morris, Samuel N. F. Cobb & Philip G. Cox
Convergence—the independent evolution of similar phenotypes in distantly related clades—is a widespread and much-studied phenomenon. An often-cited, but hitherto untested, the case of morphological convergence is that between the aye-aye and squirrels. The aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) is a highly unusual lemuriform primate that has evolved a dentition similar to that of rodents: it possesses large, ever-growing incisors which it uses to strip the bark from tree in order to feed on wood-boring beetle larvae. Indeed,...

Supplementary datafile from Convergent evolution in the Euarchontoglires

Philip J. R. Morris, Samuel N. F. Cobb & Philip G. Cox
List of specimens, landmark co-ordinates,PC scores and variance, and R code.

Supplementary datafile from Convergent evolution in the Euarchontoglires

Philip J. R. Morris, Samuel N. F. Cobb & Philip G. Cox
List of specimens, landmark co-ordinates,PC scores and variance, and R code.

Figure S3 from Convergent evolution in the Euarchontoglires

Philip J. R. Morris, Samuel N. F. Cobb & Philip G. Cox
Crania and mandibles of the aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) and the grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis). Not to scale.

Figure S3 from Convergent evolution in the Euarchontoglires

Philip J. R. Morris, Samuel N. F. Cobb & Philip G. Cox
Crania and mandibles of the aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) and the grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis). Not to scale.

Supplementary Figure from Urea-mediated anomalous diffusion in supported lipid bilayers

E. E. Weatherill, H. L. E. Coker, M. R. Cheetham & M. I. Wallace
Supplementary Figure, Characterisation of SUV size.

Supplementary Figure from Urea-mediated anomalous diffusion in supported lipid bilayers

E. E. Weatherill, H. L. E. Coker, M. R. Cheetham & M. I. Wallace
Supplementary Figure, Characterisation of SUV size.

Supplementary material from "Urea-mediated anomalous diffusion in supported lipid bilayers"

E. E. Weatherill, H. L. E. Coker, M. R. Cheetham & M. I. Wallace
Diffusion in biological membranes is seldom simply Brownian motion; instead, the rate of diffusion is dependent on the timescale of observation and so is often described as anomalous. In order to help better understand this phenomenon, model systems are needed where the anomalous diffusion of the lipid bilayer can be tuned and quantified. We recently demonstrated one such model by controlling the excluded area fraction in supported lipid bilayers (SLBs) through the incorporation of lipids...

Supplementary material from "Urea-mediated anomalous diffusion in supported lipid bilayers"

E. E. Weatherill, H. L. E. Coker, M. R. Cheetham & M. I. Wallace
Diffusion in biological membranes is seldom simply Brownian motion; instead, the rate of diffusion is dependent on the timescale of observation and so is often described as anomalous. In order to help better understand this phenomenon, model systems are needed where the anomalous diffusion of the lipid bilayer can be tuned and quantified. We recently demonstrated one such model by controlling the excluded area fraction in supported lipid bilayers (SLBs) through the incorporation of lipids...

Supplementary material from "Convergent evolution in the Euarchontoglires"

Philip J. R. Morris, Samuel N. F. Cobb & Philip G. Cox
Convergence—the independent evolution of similar phenotypes in distantly related clades—is a widespread and much-studied phenomenon. An often-cited, but hitherto untested, the case of morphological convergence is that between the aye-aye and squirrels. The aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) is a highly unusual lemuriform primate that has evolved a dentition similar to that of rodents: it possesses large, ever-growing incisors which it uses to strip the bark from tree in order to feed on wood-boring beetle larvae. Indeed,...

Supplementary methods and results from Convergent evolution in the Euarchontoglires

Philip J. R. Morris, Samuel N. F. Cobb & Philip G. Cox
Further details on selection of sample, GMM methods, description and illustration of cranial and mandibular landmarks, and presentation of warped surfaces.

Supplementary methods and results from Convergent evolution in the Euarchontoglires

Philip J. R. Morris, Samuel N. F. Cobb & Philip G. Cox
Further details on selection of sample, GMM methods, description and illustration of cranial and mandibular landmarks, and presentation of warped surfaces.

Phylogeny from Convergent evolution in the Euarchontoglires

Philip J. R. Morris, Samuel N. F. Cobb & Philip G. Cox
Phylogeny (in nexus format) of Euarchontoglires taxa used in this analysis.

Phylogeny from Convergent evolution in the Euarchontoglires

Philip J. R. Morris, Samuel N. F. Cobb & Philip G. Cox
Phylogeny (in nexus format) of Euarchontoglires taxa used in this analysis.

Supplementary Figure 1. Localisation of YFP::TbOFD1 in procyclic T. brucei; Supplementary Figure 2. Orthology of Tb927.10.3000 and HsOFD1; Supplementary Figure 3. Penetrance of TbFOP RNAi from A centriolar FGR1 oncogene partner-like protein required for paraflagellar rod assembly, but not axoneme assembly in African trypanosomes

Jane Harmer, Katie Towers, Max Addison, Sue Vaughan, Michael L. Ginger & Paul G. McKean
Localisation of Tb927.10.3000 gene product in procyclic T. brucei. (A-B) YFP::Tb927.10.3000 is present at mature basal bodies throughout procyclic cell cycle. Monoclonal antibody YL1/2 detected tyrosinated α-tubulin prominent on subpellicular microtubules at the posterior pole of whole cells and TbRP2 (Reference 4 in the main text) at the mature basal body. Scale bars in all main panels indicate 5 µm and in the inset panels 1 µm.; Orthology of Tb927.10.3000 and HsOFD1. (A) Cartoon representation...

S2 Data from Sustained effects of prior red light on pupil diameter and vigilance during subsequent darkness

Wisse P. Van Der Meijden, Bart H. W. Te Lindert, Jennifer R. Ramautar, Yishul Wei, Joris E. Coppens, Maarten Kamermans, Christian Cajochen, Patrice Bourgin & Eus J. W. Van Someren
Excel spreadsheet containing, in separate sheets, data for statistical analysis and visualization of post-illumination changes in pupil diameter, response speed, R-R interval, ln SDNN, ln RMSSD, and ln SDNN/RMSSD, and sex and age characteristics of the participants in Experiment 2.

S2 Data from Sustained effects of prior red light on pupil diameter and vigilance during subsequent darkness

Wisse P. Van Der Meijden, Bart H. W. Te Lindert, Jennifer R. Ramautar, Yishul Wei, Joris E. Coppens, Maarten Kamermans, Christian Cajochen, Patrice Bourgin & Eus J. W. Van Someren
Excel spreadsheet containing, in separate sheets, data for statistical analysis and visualization of post-illumination changes in pupil diameter, response speed, R-R interval, ln SDNN, ln RMSSD, and ln SDNN/RMSSD, and sex and age characteristics of the participants in Experiment 2.

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