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Plazas & Maldonado - Emergence of new stimulus classes by exlcusion.zip

Elberto Plazas & Milena Maldonado
Data from Elberto Plazas and Milena Maldonado paper: "Emergence of New Stimulus Classes by Exclusion in Children and Adolescents"

Plazas & Maldonado - Emergence of new stimulus classes by exlcusion.zip

Elberto Plazas & Milena Maldonado
Data from Elberto Plazas and Milena Maldonado paper: "Emergence of New Stimulus Classes by Exclusion in Children and Adolescents"

Posterior Column Acetabular Fracture Fixation Using a W-shaped Angular Plate: A Biomechanical Analysis

Ke Su
Twenty embalmed cadaveric pelvises with a posterior column acetabular fractures were allocated to one of four groups: 1) a reconstruction plate, 2) a reconstruction plate with a posterior column lag screw, 3) double reconstruction plates, and 4) a W-shaped acetabular angular plate. These constructs were mechanically loaded on a testing machine, and construct stiffness values were measured. Strain gauges were utilized to measure the mechanical behavior in the condition of compressive force.

Posterior Column Acetabular Fracture Fixation Using a W-shaped Angular Plate: A Biomechanical Analysis

Ke Su
Twenty embalmed cadaveric pelvises with a posterior column acetabular fractures were allocated to one of four groups: 1) a reconstruction plate, 2) a reconstruction plate with a posterior column lag screw, 3) double reconstruction plates, and 4) a W-shaped acetabular angular plate. These constructs were mechanically loaded on a testing machine, and construct stiffness values were measured. Strain gauges were utilized to measure the mechanical behavior in the condition of compressive force.

Patchy promiscuity: machine learning applied to predict the host specificity of Salmonella enterica and Escherichia coli

Nadejda Lupolova, Tim J Dallman, Nicola J Holden & David L. Gally
Supporting data for Patchy promiscuity: machine learning applied to predict the host specificity of Salmonella enterica and Escherichia coli, as published in Microbial Genomics

Patchy promiscuity: machine learning applied to predict the host specificity of Salmonella enterica and Escherichia coli

Nadejda Lupolova, Tim J Dallman, Nicola J Holden & David L. Gally
Supporting data for Patchy promiscuity: machine learning applied to predict the host specificity of Salmonella enterica and Escherichia coli, as published in Microbial Genomics

Statistical Considerations in Demonstrating CMC Analytical Similarity for a Biosimilar Product

Richard K. Burdick, Neal Thomas & Aili Cheng
Demonstration of analytical similarity between a reference product and a biosimilar product is required as part of the biosimilarity approval process. A statistical two one-sided test (TOST) based on the difference of means proposed in the literature and recommended by the FDA for Tier 1 quality attributes is demonstrated to have a Type I error rate greater than the specified level, which cannot be corrected by increasing sample size. In this article, an alternative TOST...

Joint association of complement component 3 and CC-cytokine ligand2 (CCL2) or complement component 3 and CFH polymorphisms in age-related macular degeneration

Mortaza Bonyadi, Mohammad Hossein Jabbarpoor Bonyadi, Mehdi Yaseri, Tahereh Mohammadian, Nikou Fotouhi, Alireza Javadzadeh & Masoud Soheilian
Background: To determine the joint effect of complement component 3(C3 R102G) with CC-cytokine ligand2 (CCL2-2518) or complement factor H (CFH) Y402H polymorphisms on advanced age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Methods: In this case-control study, 233 patients with advanced AMD and 159 unrelated healthy controls enrolled for evaluation. Selected polymorphisms were determined by polymerase chain reaction and restriction fragment length polymorphism. Results: A combination of AA CCL2 (rs1024611) and GG C3 (R102G) genotypes resulted in a super-additivity...

After Fame: A Micro-Ethnography of Popular Late Style

Willemien Froneman
After Fame is an ethnographic account of aging and musical creativity in the everyday life of the then 90-year-old South African accordionist Nico Carstens. It consists of three parts: (1) a theoretical and methodological framing, refiguring the Western elite concept of “late style” for the study of popular music; (2) an animated and narrated digital essay, accessible online; and (3) a version adapted here for print. Based on personal conversations, a micro-geography of Carstens’s living...

After Fame: A Micro-Ethnography of Popular Late Style

Willemien Froneman
After Fame is an ethnographic account of aging and musical creativity in the everyday life of the then 90-year-old South African accordionist Nico Carstens. It consists of three parts: (1) a theoretical and methodological framing, refiguring the Western elite concept of “late style” for the study of popular music; (2) an animated and narrated digital essay, accessible online; and (3) a version adapted here for print. Based on personal conversations, a micro-geography of Carstens’s living...

Triangular unstructured mesh around Orkney and Shetland Islands for hydrodynamic simulations.

Alexandros Avdis & Jon Hill
Unstructured triangular mesh around Orkney and Shetland Islands for hydrodynamic simulations. Mesh constructed with qmesh (www.qmesh.org), using input files at 10.6084/m9.figshare.4519067.v1

Genomic history of the seventh pandemic of cholera in Africa

François-Xavier Weill, Daryl Domman, Elisabeth Njamkepo, Cheryl Tarr, Jean Rauzier, Nizar Fawal, Karen Keddy, Henrik Salje, Sandy Moore, Asish K. Mukhopadhyay, Raymond Bercion, Francisco Luquero, Antoinette Ngandjio, Mireille Dosso, Elena Monakhova, Benoit Garin, Christiane Bouchier, Carlo Pazzani, Ankur Mutreja, Roland Grunow, Fati Sidikou, Laurence Bonte, Sébastien Breurec, Maria Damian, Betty Njanpop-Lafourcade … & Nicholas R. Thomson
Africa was hit by cholera in 1970 and has since become the continent most affected by the seventh pandemic. We use high-resolution population-level genomic data to explain how cholera has spread consistently, and potentially predictably, across Africa between 1970 and 2014. We show that cholera was introduced at least 11 times, at two preferential foci — one in West Africa and the other in Eastern/Southern Africa — causing widespread epidemics lasting from a few years...

MyGeoHub Geospatial Gateway

Rajesh Kalyanam, Lan Zhao, Robert Campbell, Derrick Kearney, I Luk Kim, Jaewoo Shin, Larry Biehl, Wei Wan & Carol X. Song
MyGeoHub is a science gateway for researchers working with geospatial data. Based on the HUBzero cyberinfrastructure framework, it provides general-purpose software modules enabling geospatial data management, processing and visualization. Termed “GABBs” (Geospatial Data Analysis Building Blocks), these modules can be leveraged to build geospatial data driven tools with minimal programming and construct dynamic workflows chaining both local and remote tools and data sources. We will present examples of such end-to-end workflows demonstrating the underlying software...

MyGeoHub Geospatial Gateway

Rajesh Kalyanam, Lan Zhao, Robert Campbell, Derrick Kearney, I Luk Kim, Jaewoo Shin, Larry Biehl, Wei Wan & Carol X. Song
MyGeoHub is a science gateway for researchers working with geospatial data. Based on the HUBzero cyberinfrastructure framework, it provides general-purpose software modules enabling geospatial data management, processing and visualization. Termed “GABBs” (Geospatial Data Analysis Building Blocks), these modules can be leveraged to build geospatial data driven tools with minimal programming and construct dynamic workflows chaining both local and remote tools and data sources. We will present examples of such end-to-end workflows demonstrating the underlying software...

The variability of PM10 and PM2.5 concentrations in selected Polish agglomerations: the role of meteorological conditions, 2006–2016

Joanna Jędruszkiewicz, Bartosz Czernecki & Michał Marosz
The research focuses on the analysis of PM10 and PM2.5 concentrations variability at 11 stations in selected urbanized areas of Poland (Tricity, Poznań, Łódź, Kraków). Methods comprised: the analysis of basic statistical characteristics in yearly/monthly/daily/hourly scale and threshold exceedance frequencies. Also, correlations between PM10 and meteorological variables were investigated. GEV distribution analysis allowed the estimation of the return levels of monthly maxima of PM10 and PM2.5. Results show that in Tricity there are fewer than...

The variability of PM10 and PM2.5 concentrations in selected Polish agglomerations: the role of meteorological conditions, 2006–2016

Joanna Jędruszkiewicz, Bartosz Czernecki & Michał Marosz
The research focuses on the analysis of PM10 and PM2.5 concentrations variability at 11 stations in selected urbanized areas of Poland (Tricity, Poznań, Łódź, Kraków). Methods comprised: the analysis of basic statistical characteristics in yearly/monthly/daily/hourly scale and threshold exceedance frequencies. Also, correlations between PM10 and meteorological variables were investigated. GEV distribution analysis allowed the estimation of the return levels of monthly maxima of PM10 and PM2.5. Results show that in Tricity there are fewer than...

Political and stakeholder’s ties in European Union agencies

Ixchel Pérez-Durán
Some scholars consider that European Union agencies (EAs) were created as independent bodies in order to enhance the credibility of the European Union decision-making process. Scholars have typically focused on analysing the relationship that these agencies have with politicians. However, relatively little attention has been paid to their relationship with stakeholders. This study examines the professional trajectory of EA board members, identifying their career ties with politicians and stakeholders. Using an original dataset on the...

Political and stakeholder’s ties in European Union agencies

Ixchel Pérez-Durán
Some scholars consider that European Union agencies (EAs) were created as independent bodies in order to enhance the credibility of the European Union decision-making process. Scholars have typically focused on analysing the relationship that these agencies have with politicians. However, relatively little attention has been paid to their relationship with stakeholders. This study examines the professional trajectory of EA board members, identifying their career ties with politicians and stakeholders. Using an original dataset on the...

Genuine Semantic Publishing: Paper and Data

Tobias Kuhn & Michel Dumontier
This dataset contains the data for the paper "Genuine Semantic Publishing", consisting of different representations of the paper's content, including PDF and HTML versions for human readers and RDF representations for software agents.

The online version of the paper and its data can be found here: http://www.tkuhn.org/pub/sempub/

Genuine Semantic Publishing: Paper and Data

Tobias Kuhn & Michel Dumontier
This dataset contains the data for the paper "Genuine Semantic Publishing", consisting of different representations of the paper's content, including PDF and HTML versions for human readers and RDF representations for software agents.

The online version of the paper and its data can be found here: http://www.tkuhn.org/pub/sempub/

Supplementary Material for: VEGF and IGF Delivered from Alginate Hydrogels Promote Stable Perfusion Recovery in Ischemic Hind Limbs of Aged Mice and Young Rabbits

E.M. Anderson, E.A. Silva, Y. Hao, K.D. Martinick, S.A. Vermillion, A.G. Stafford, E.G. Doherty, L. Wang, E.J. Doherty, P.M. Grossman & D.J. Mooney
Biomaterial-based delivery of angiogenic growth factors restores perfusion more effectively than bolus delivery methods in rodent models of peripheral vascular disease, but the same success has not yet been demonstrated in clinically relevant studies of aged or large animals. These studies explore, in clinically relevant models, a therapeutic angiogenesis strategy for the treatment of peripheral vascular disease that overcomes the challenges encountered in previous clinical trials. Alginate hydrogels providing sustained release of vascular endothelial growth...

Supplementary Material for: VEGF and IGF Delivered from Alginate Hydrogels Promote Stable Perfusion Recovery in Ischemic Hind Limbs of Aged Mice and Young Rabbits

E.M. Anderson, E.A. Silva, Y. Hao, K.D. Martinick, S.A. Vermillion, A.G. Stafford, E.G. Doherty, L. Wang, E.J. Doherty, P.M. Grossman & D.J. Mooney
Biomaterial-based delivery of angiogenic growth factors restores perfusion more effectively than bolus delivery methods in rodent models of peripheral vascular disease, but the same success has not yet been demonstrated in clinically relevant studies of aged or large animals. These studies explore, in clinically relevant models, a therapeutic angiogenesis strategy for the treatment of peripheral vascular disease that overcomes the challenges encountered in previous clinical trials. Alginate hydrogels providing sustained release of vascular endothelial growth...

On the Y-DNA of the Lost Tribes of Israel

John Smith
Biblical chronology has since the advent of the scientific revolution generally, and particularly since the publication of On the Origin of Species in November 1859, fallen into disrepute. This is in no small part because the bible tells of a human race that is much younger than evolutionary chronology requires. It is a matter of great irony therefore that in November 1859 a work was published on the seemingly unrelated topic of the prime numbers...

Dataset for: An Exponential-Gamma Mixture Model for Extreme Santa Ana Winds

Gregory Bopp, Ben Shaby & Wiley Admin
We analyze the behavior of extreme winds occurring in Southern California during the Santa Ana wind season using a latent mixture model. This mixture representation is formulated as a hierarchical Bayesian model and fit using Markov chain Monte Carlo. The two-stage model results in generalized Pareto margins for exceedances and generates temporal dependence through a latent Markov process. This construction induces asymptotic independence in the response while allowing for dependence at extreme, but sub-asymptotic, levels....

Dataset for: An Exponential-Gamma Mixture Model for Extreme Santa Ana Winds

Gregory Bopp, Ben Shaby & Wiley Admin
We analyze the behavior of extreme winds occurring in Southern California during the Santa Ana wind season using a latent mixture model. This mixture representation is formulated as a hierarchical Bayesian model and fit using Markov chain Monte Carlo. The two-stage model results in generalized Pareto margins for exceedances and generates temporal dependence through a latent Markov process. This construction induces asymptotic independence in the response while allowing for dependence at extreme, but sub-asymptotic, levels....

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