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Kim_Dickinson_CurrentBiology_2017_Drosophila_Path_Integration

Irene Kim
These datasets contain all the fly walking trajectories used in the following paper: (insert paper reference). Each dataset is divided into 3 sections with the following section headings: Experimental conditions, Arena data, Fly data. Experimental conditions contains information on the arena size and type (standard vs. slider), food (yeast, sucrose, water), fly (strain, sex, age, mating state, nutrient state, starvation state), and illumination (white light vs. dark). In Arena data, each row contains the x,y...

Transmission analysis of a multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis outbreak in Bulgaria 

Stefan Panaiotov, Elizabeta Bachiyska, Stanislava Yordanova, Daniela M. Cirillo, Elisa Tigliani, Alberto Trovato, Maria Rosaria De Filippo, Guislaine Refregier & Christophe Sola
An outbreak of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis was detected in Bulgaria in 2008 when spoligotyping and MIRU-VNTR genotyping was introduced. More than 130 MDR strains of SIT41 (TUR) genotype were identified between 2008 – 2016.  Molecular typing confirmed stong association between MDR and SIT41 (TUR) MTB sublineage. The infected MDR-TB cases with SIT41 strain genotype in Bulgaria is > 40%, while the drug sensitive MTB strains of SIT41 genotype represented by only 2%. SIT41 genotype is considered...

Core outcomes In neonatology: a core outcome set based on routinely collected data

James Webbe, Ginny Brunton, Shohaib Ali, Neena Modi & Chris Gale
Poster describing the development of a core outcome set for neonatal medicine which will identify which outcomes are most important to all affected by neonatal care.  
This will facilitate evidence synthesis in neonatal medicine and be used to improve the national registry, audit and benchmarking processes.

Resuscitation of latent M. tuberculosis?

Stefan Panaiotov, Georgi Filevski, Michele Equestre, Elena Nikolova, Victoria Levterova, Ivan Simeonovski, Elizabeta Bachiyska, Maria Nikolova & Reni Kalfin
Current assays for determining the presence of M. tuberculosis infection, such as an interferon gamma release assay (IGRA) or tuberculin skin test (TST), cannot predict which infected individuals will develop active tuberculosis. Dormant latent bacteria remain undetected by conventional culture methods. Therefore, these “invisible”  bacteria represent a diagnostic target, which if successfully detected may improve tuberculosis control hindered by LTBI.Our previous studies identified that high concentration of vitamin K led to explosive resuscitation of the...

List of journals included in the analysis.  

Myrna L Yeverino-Gutiérrez, Ma Del Rosario González-González, Ruth Corral-Symes & Omar González-Santiago

Dataset 1: Raw data supporting the findings presented in this study.

Olivia R. Buonarati, Peter B. Henderson, Geoffrey G. Murphy, Mary C. Horne & Johannes W. Hell
The raw data shows full size film images of probed membranes. Full size membranes resulting from transfer of full size gels were often vertically cut to separate replicate sets of samples typically separated by MR markers for simultaneous probing of the different membrane fragments with different antibodies. For optimal resolution of the α11.2 long and short forms, which exhibit high MR, gels were run until the 60 kDa MR marker was either close to the...

Metallo-cryptophane cages from cis-linked and trans-linked strategies.

Nikki J. Cookson, Jonathan M. Fowler, David P. Martin, Julie Fisher, James J. Henkelis, Tanya K. Ronson, Flora L. Thorp-Greenwood, Charlotte E. Willans & Michaele J. Hardie
Data supporting study of Pd(II) metallo-cage species from cyclotriguaiacylene derived ligands.

Gap enhanced fluorescence from visible to ultraviolet

Francesco Papoff & Duncan McArthur
The data presented is for coupled nano-particles and substrates, both made of the same metal, with a dipole emitter in the gap between the two. In all data, the dipole emitter is assumed to be polarized orthogonal to the substrate. More details are given in the Readme file.

Two Photon Lithography for 3D Magnetic Nanostructure Fabrication

Williams GI, Hunt MO, Boehm B, May A, Taverne M, Ho D, Giblin SR, Read DE, Rarity J, Allenspach R & Ladak S
Magneto-optical Kerr effect (MOKE) magnetometry data: A 150 mW, 650 nm laser was attenuated to a power of approximately 50 mW, expanded to a diameter of 1 cm, and passed through a Glan-Taylor polarizer to obtain an s-polarized beam. The beam was then focused onto the sample using an achromatic doublet (f = 30 cm), to obtain a spot size of approximately 50 μm2. The reflected beam was collected using an achromatic doublet (f =...

Fiber segment interferometry for dynamic strain measurements

Thomas Kissinger, Thomas O. H. Charrett, Stephen W. James, Ralph P. Tatam & Ricardo Correia
Research Data for Paper:
Thomas Kissinger, Ricardo Correia, Thomas O. H. Charrett, Stephen W. James and Ralph P. Tatam, "Fiber segment interferometry for dynamic strain measurements" Journal of Lightwave Technology 34.19 (2016): 4620-4626

Fiber segment interferometry for dynamic strain measurements

Thomas Kissinger, Thomas O. H. Charrett, Stephen W. James, Ralph P. Tatam & Ricardo Correia
Research Data for Paper:
Thomas Kissinger, Ricardo Correia, Thomas O. H. Charrett, Stephen W. James and Ralph P. Tatam, "Fiber segment interferometry for dynamic strain measurements" Journal of Lightwave Technology 34.19 (2016): 4620-4626

Zirconium titanium hydride

Dept Of Physics D.N.Ross
Inelastic Neutron Scattering spectrum of Zirconium titanium hydride, Zr Ti2 H3.6, measured on the TFXA instrument.

Zirconium hydride

ISIS J.Tomkinson
Inelastic Neutron Scattering spectrum of Zirconium hydride, ZrH₂, measured on the TFXA instrument.

Zirconium chromium hydrogen 0.5

Academy Of Sciences A. V. Skripov
Inelastic Neutron Scattering spectrum of Zirconium chromium hydrogen 0.5, ZrCrH0.5, measured on the TFXA instrument.

Yttrium manganese hydride x=3.0

CNRS Thiais V. Paul-Boncour
Inelastic Neutron Scattering spectrum of Yttrium manganese hydride x=3.0, YMn2H3.0, measured on the TFXA instrument. Hydrogen-in-metal system.

Yttrium manganese hydride x=2.0

CNRS Thiais V. Paul-Boncour
Inelastic Neutron Scattering spectrum of Yttrium manganese hydride x=2.0, YMn2H2.0, measured on the TFXA instrument. Hydrogen-in-metal system.

Yttrium manganese hydride x=1.1

CNRS Thiais V. Paul-Boncour
Inelastic Neutron Scattering spectrum of Yttrium manganese hydride x=1.1, YMn2H1.1, measured on the TFXA instrument. Hydrogen-in-metal system.

Yttrium manganese hydride x=0.5

CNRS Thiais V. Paul-Boncour
Inelastic Neutron Scattering spectrum of Yttrium manganese hydride x=0.5, YMn2H0.5, measured on the TFXA instrument. Hydrogen-in-metal system.

Zirconium chromium hydrogen 0.45

Academny Of Sciences A. V. Skripov
Inelastic Neutron Scattering spectrum of Zirconium chromium hydrogen 0.45, ZrCrH0.45, measured on the TFXA instrument.

Yttrium manganese deuteride x=6.0

CNRS Thiais V. Paul-Boncour
Inelastic Neutron Scattering spectrum of Yttrium manganese deuteride x=6.0, YMn2D6.0, measured on the TOSCA instrument. Ionic material Fm-3m space group: (Y,Mn)[MnD6], Y2+ and Mn2+ are disordered on the tetrahedral sites and [MnD6]2- ions occupy the octahedral sites..

Wairakite

ILL C. M. B. Line
Inelastic Neutron Scattering spectrum of Wairakite, CaAl2Si4O12.2H2O, measured on the TFXA instrument. Exact formula Na0.4Ca0.9Al2.0Si4.0O12.

Uridine

CNRS H.Jobic
Inelastic Neutron Scattering spectrum of Uridine, C₉ H₁₂ N₂ O₆, measured on the TFXA instrument.

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