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Preprint in the life sciences - PREreview as a way to engage ECRs in peer review

Daniela Saderi
Slide deck (pdf because ppt was not rendering well) to help you learn and disseminate awareness around preprints and our work at PREreview.org.
Google slide can be found here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1sYB7q70sDk4yOuwDlT-csKZz12_hW2N1Qi4IbQ4YnI0/edit#slide=id.p
Feel free to reuse according to CC-BY 4.0 license.

Preprint in the life sciences - PREreview as a way to engage ECRs in peer review

Daniela Saderi
Slide deck to help you learn and disseminate awareness around preprints and our work at PREreview.org.
Feel free to reuse according to CC-BY 4.0 license.

Preprint in the life sciences - PREreview as a way to engage ECRs in peer review

Daniela Saderi
Slide deck (pdf because ppt was not rendering well) to help you learn and disseminate awareness around preprints and our work at PREreview.org.
Google slide can be found here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1sYB7q70sDk4yOuwDlT-csKZz12_hW2N1Qi4IbQ4YnI0/edit#slide=id.p
Feel free to reuse according to CC-BY 4.0 license.

Bioética Contemporânea: Morte e Morrer

José Roberto Goldim
Apresentação sobre morte e morrer na perspectiva da Bioética Complexa buscando desambiguizar os termos eutánasia, ortotanásia, distanásia e mistanásia. A proposta é utilizar as denominações de morte adequada para a ortotanásia e de obstinação terapêutica para distanásia. Estas diferenças são caracterizadas pelas relações entre a morte e o morrer e a vida e o viver.
Death and Diyng presentation, using Complex Bioethics framework, searching to clarify the words Euthanasia, Orthotanasia, Dysthanasia and Mysthanasia. My proposal is...

Bioética Morte e Morrer

José Roberto Goldim
Apresentação sobre morte e morrer na perspectiva da Bioética Complexa buscando desambiguizar os termos eutánasia, ortotanásia, distanásia e mistanásia. A proposta é utilizar as denominações de morte adequada para a ortotanásia e de obstinação terapêutica para distanásia. Estas diferenças são caracterizadas pelas relações entre a morte e o morrer e a vida e o viver.
Death and Diyng presentation, using Complex Bioethics framework, searching to clarify the words Euthanasia, Orthotanasia, Dysthanasia and Mysthanasia. My proposal is...

Bioética Contemporânea: Morte e Morrer

José Roberto Goldim
Apresentação sobre morte e morrer na perspectiva da Bioética Complexa buscando desambiguizar os termos eutánasia, ortotanásia, distanásia e mistanásia. A proposta é utilizar as denominações de morte adequada para a ortotanásia e de obstinação terapêutica para distanásia. Estas diferenças são caracterizadas pelas relações entre a morte e o morrer e a vida e o viver.
Death and Diyng presentation, using Complex Bioethics framework, searching to clarify the words Euthanasia, Orthotanasia, Dysthanasia and Mysthanasia. My proposal is...

MOESM2 of Polymer coated gold-ferric oxide superparamagnetic nanoparticles for theranostic applications

Muhammad Abedin, Siddesh Umapathi, Harika Mahendrakar, Tunyaboon Laemthong, Holly Coleman, Denise Muchangi, Santimukul Santra, Manashi Nath & Sutapa Barua
Additional file 2: Movie S1. This video shows Au–Fe3O4 (left) and PLL–Au–Fe3O4 NPs (right) where PLL coating prevents NP settle down in water and therefore black PLL–Au–Fe3O4 NPs’ colloidal suspension is observed.

MOESM1 of Host SAMHD1 protein restricts endogenous reverse transcription of HIV-1 in nondividing macrophages

Bijan Mahboubi, Christina Gavegnano, Dong-Hyun Kim, Raymond Schinazi & Baek Kim
Additional file 1. Figure S1: (A) Cellular concentrations of dGTP, dCTP and dTTP determined in the experiments described in Figure 2A. NT: No treatment control. See Figure 2 for statistic analysis. (B) SAMHD1 degradation in macrophages treated with Vpx (-) and Vpx (+) VLPs. NT: No treatment control. SAMHD1 was detected by anti-SAMHD1 antibody, and cellular GAPDH protein was used as a loading control. Figure S2: Effect of Vpx on ERT activity of HIV-1 BaL....

MOESM2 of Polymer coated gold-ferric oxide superparamagnetic nanoparticles for theranostic applications

Muhammad Abedin, Siddesh Umapathi, Harika Mahendrakar, Tunyaboon Laemthong, Holly Coleman, Denise Muchangi, Santimukul Santra, Manashi Nath & Sutapa Barua
Additional file 2: Movie S1. This video shows Au–Fe3O4 (left) and PLL–Au–Fe3O4 NPs (right) where PLL coating prevents NP settle down in water and therefore black PLL–Au–Fe3O4 NPs’ colloidal suspension is observed.

MOESM1 of Host SAMHD1 protein restricts endogenous reverse transcription of HIV-1 in nondividing macrophages

Bijan Mahboubi, Christina Gavegnano, Dong-Hyun Kim, Raymond Schinazi & Baek Kim
Additional file 1. Figure S1: (A) Cellular concentrations of dGTP, dCTP and dTTP determined in the experiments described in Figure 2A. NT: No treatment control. See Figure 2 for statistic analysis. (B) SAMHD1 degradation in macrophages treated with Vpx (-) and Vpx (+) VLPs. NT: No treatment control. SAMHD1 was detected by anti-SAMHD1 antibody, and cellular GAPDH protein was used as a loading control. Figure S2: Effect of Vpx on ERT activity of HIV-1 BaL....

Fibronectin (FN) cooperated with TLR2/TLR4 receptor to promote innate immune responses of macrophages via binding to integrin β1

Dongsheng Fei, Xianglin Meng, Wei Yu, Songlin Yang, Ning Song, Yanhui Cao, Songgen Jin, Lina Dong, Shangha Pan & Mingyan Zhao
Macrophages could adhere to extracellular matrix molecules(ECM) to induce the expression of pro-inflammatory mediators and phagocytosis that contribute to the pathogenesis of pulmonary infection diseases. Fibronectin (FN) is a large glycoprotein capable of interacting with various ECM molecules produced by a variety of cell types and involved in cell attachment and chemotaxis. However, it is unknown whether FN regulates the expression of pro-inflammatory mediators and phagocytosis of macrophages in the injured lung tissue. Here, we...

Movie 1 from Microtubules play a role in trafficking prevacuolar compartments to vacuoles in tobacco pollen tubes

Elisabetta Onelli, Monica Scali, Marco Caccianiga, Nadia Stroppa, Piero Morandini, Giulio Pavesi & Alessandra Moscatelli
Movement of SYP21 positive organelles in control pollen tube.

Movie 1 from Microtubules play a role in trafficking prevacuolar compartments to vacuoles in tobacco pollen tubes

Elisabetta Onelli, Monica Scali, Marco Caccianiga, Nadia Stroppa, Piero Morandini, Giulio Pavesi & Alessandra Moscatelli
Movement of SYP21 positive organelles in control pollen tube.

Video 1 from Elephant trunks form joints to squeeze together small objects

Jianing Wu, Yichao Zhao, Yunshu Zhang, David Shumate, Stephanie Braccini Slade, Scott V. Franklin & David L. Hu
Wild African elephants are voracious eaters, consuming 180 g of food per minute. One of their methods for eating at this speed is to sweep food into a pile and then pick it up. In this combined experimental and theoretical study, we elucidate the elephant’s unique method of picking up a pile of food by compressing it with its trunk. To grab the smallest food items, the elephant forms a joint in its trunk, creating a...

Video 1 from Elephant trunks form joints to squeeze together small objects

Jianing Wu, Yichao Zhao, Yunshu Zhang, David Shumate, Stephanie Braccini Slade, Scott V. Franklin & David L. Hu
Wild African elephants are voracious eaters, consuming 180 g of food per minute. One of their methods for eating at this speed is to sweep food into a pile and then pick it up. In this combined experimental and theoretical study, we elucidate the elephant’s unique method of picking up a pile of food by compressing it with its trunk. To grab the smallest food items, the elephant forms a joint in its trunk, creating a...

2DModel.mov from Numerical path integral calculation of the probability function and exit time: an application to non-gradient drift forces

Fernando Mora, Pierre Coullet, Sergio Rica & Enrique Tirapegui
Temporal Evolution of the Probability Distribution Function computed by the Path Integral Scheme for the bistable 2D model (3.5)-(3.6) in Supplementary Information (or (4.2) of Main Paper) with parameters N = 36 points spatial discretisation, μ1 = 1.0, μ2 = 0.5 , ν = 1.0 and η = 0.1.

TimeDependentFig2.mov from Numerical path integral calculation of the probability function and exit time: an application to non-gradient drift forces

Fernando Mora, Pierre Coullet, Sergio Rica & Enrique Tirapegui
Temporal evolution of the normalized probability distribution functions computed by the Path Integral scheme (blue dots) and by the statistics over 20.000 realisations of numerical simulations of the SDE (the orange bar distribution plot) for model (4.1) corresponding to Fig. 1 of main paper. For the numerics dt = 0.25 and the discretisation of the path integral kernel is 400 points over the interval x ∈ [−3, 3].

TimeDependentFig2.mov from Numerical path integral calculation of the probability function and exit time: an application to non-gradient drift forces

Fernando Mora, Pierre Coullet, Sergio Rica & Enrique Tirapegui
Temporal evolution of the normalized probability distribution functions computed by the Path Integral scheme (blue dots) and by the statistics over 20.000 realisations of numerical simulations of the SDE (the orange bar distribution plot) for model (4.1) corresponding to Fig. 1 of main paper. For the numerics dt = 0.25 and the discretisation of the path integral kernel is 400 points over the interval x ∈ [−3, 3].

ExitTime.mov from Numerical path integral calculation of the probability function and exit time: an application to non-gradient drift forces

Fernando Mora, Pierre Coullet, Sergio Rica & Enrique Tirapegui
Temporal Evolution of the Probability Distribution Function computed by the Path Integral Scheme for the bistable 2D model (3.5)-(3.6) of Supplementay Information (or (4.2) of Main Paper) with absorbent boundary conditions at x=0 for all y. Notice the probability loss.

Movie S1 from In that vein: inflated wing veins contribute to butterfly hearing

Penghui Sun, Natasha Mhatre, Andrew C. Mason & Jayne E. Yack
Tympanal membrane mechanics. Tympanal displacement of animal 8 at its resonance frequency, 5.756 kHz, under intact and ablated conditions. The vibrational mode of the membrane and hence its internal mechanics are not affected by vein ablation. Only the effective force applied to the membrane at different frequencies is affected by this ablation. Note the difference in displacement scales between conditions.

2DModel.mov from Numerical path integral calculation of the probability function and exit time: an application to non-gradient drift forces

Fernando Mora, Pierre Coullet, Sergio Rica & Enrique Tirapegui
Temporal Evolution of the Probability Distribution Function computed by the Path Integral Scheme for the bistable 2D model (3.5)-(3.6) in Supplementary Information (or (4.2) of Main Paper) with parameters N = 36 points spatial discretisation, μ1 = 1.0, μ2 = 0.5 , ν = 1.0 and η = 0.1.

ExitTime.mov from Numerical path integral calculation of the probability function and exit time: an application to non-gradient drift forces

Fernando Mora, Pierre Coullet, Sergio Rica & Enrique Tirapegui
Temporal Evolution of the Probability Distribution Function computed by the Path Integral Scheme for the bistable 2D model (3.5)-(3.6) of Supplementay Information (or (4.2) of Main Paper) with absorbent boundary conditions at x=0 for all y. Notice the probability loss.

Movie S1 from In that vein: inflated wing veins contribute to butterfly hearing

Penghui Sun, Natasha Mhatre, Andrew C. Mason & Jayne E. Yack
Tympanal membrane mechanics. Tympanal displacement of animal 8 at its resonance frequency, 5.756 kHz, under intact and ablated conditions. The vibrational mode of the membrane and hence its internal mechanics are not affected by vein ablation. Only the effective force applied to the membrane at different frequencies is affected by this ablation. Note the difference in displacement scales between conditions.

Movie related to Fig 1E from Mad1 influences interphase nucleoplasm organization and chromatin regulation in Drosophila

Natacha Raich, Souhir Mahmoudi, Doruk Emre & Roger E. Karess
3-D rendering of a single spermatocyte nucleus showing the relationship of the MINTs to the chromatin.

Movie related to Fig 1E from Mad1 influences interphase nucleoplasm organization and chromatin regulation in Drosophila

Natacha Raich, Souhir Mahmoudi, Doruk Emre & Roger E. Karess
3-D rendering of a single spermatocyte nucleus showing the relationship of the MINTs to the chromatin.

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