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Additional file 8: Figure S2. of Small RNA sequencing reveals a role for sugarcane miRNAs and their targets in response to Sporisorium scitamineum infection

Yachun Su, Yuye Zhang, Ning Huang, Feng Liu, Weihua Su, Liping Xu, Waqar Ahmad, Qibin Wu, Jinlong Guo & Youxiong Que
The distribution of first nucleotide bias (A) and the nucleotide bias at each position (B) of the novel miRNAs in the four libraries. (A) Each color in the figure showed the miRNA tags whose first base was a certain base. Height of bar was proportional to the frequency of the corresponding base at the given length from 20 to 23 nt. (B) Each color in the figure showed the miRNA tags whose certain base was a...

Additional file 4: Table S3. of Insertion and deletion polymorphisms of the ancient AluS family in the human genome

Maria Kryatova, Jared Steranka, Kathleen Burns & Lindsay Payer
Sequences of deletion and Alu-containing alleles of AluS deletion polymorphisms (nâ =â 37) [2]. (XLSX 16 kb)

Additional file 3: Table S2. of Insertion and deletion polymorphisms of the ancient AluS family in the human genome

Maria Kryatova, Jared Steranka, Kathleen Burns & Lindsay Payer
Polymorphic AluS insertion candidates (nâ =â 11). (XLSX 17 kb)

Additional file 1: Table S1. of Insertion and deletion polymorphisms of the ancient AluS family in the human genome

Maria Kryatova, Jared Steranka, Kathleen Burns & Lindsay Payer
Comparison of subfamily classification of Alu polymorphisms (nâ =â 52) using multiple established methods. (XLSX 14 kb)

Additional file 1: of Predictors of delayed culture conversion among Ugandan patients

Daniel Atwine, Patrick Orikiriza, Ivan Taremwa, Arnold Ayebare, Suzan Logoose, Juliet Mwanga-Amumpaire, Amina Jindani & Maryline Bonnet
Dataset. (CSV 14.4kb)

Additional file 1: of Evaluation of the enhanced meningitis surveillance system, Yendi municipality, northern Ghana, 2010â 2015

Basil Kaburi, Chrysantus Kubio, Ernest Kenu, Kofi Nyarko, Jacob Mahama, Samuel Sackey & Edwin Afari
Meningitis Surveillance Data Yendi 2010-2015. (XLSX 36 kb)

MOESM1 of Genetic diversity of calcareous grassland plant species depends on historical landscape configuration

Christoph Reisch, Sonja Schmidkonz, Katrin Meier, Quirin Schรถpplein, Carina Meyer, Christian Hums, Christina Putz & Christoph Schmid
Additional file 1. Text file containing the specification for the JAGS model used for the Bayesian hierarchical multiple regression. The basic model definition was adapted from Kruschke [40].

Additional file 4: of Reproducibility of African giant pouched rats detecting Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Haylee Ellis, Christiaan Mulder, Emilio Valverde, Alan Poling & Timothy Edwards
Group Two Inter-Reliability. (XLSX 2235 kb)

Additional file 2: of A passive mutualistic interaction promotes the evolution of spatial structure within microbial populations

Marie Marchal, Felix Goldschmidt, Selina Derksen-MĂźller, Sven Panke, Martin Ackermann & David Johnson
Genetic changes observed after experimental evolution in this study. (XLSX 62 kb)

Additional file 1: of The predictive nature of transcript expression levels on protein expression in adult human brain

Amy Bauernfeind & Courtney Babbitt
Complete list gene and protein expression in human ACC and the results of the OLS regressions. The file also contains the rank order changes of categories when R2 values are compared between species or regions of the brain. (XLSX 9357 kb)

Additional file 3: of Reproducibility of African giant pouched rats detecting Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Haylee Ellis, Christiaan Mulder, Emilio Valverde, Alan Poling & Timothy Edwards
Group One Inter-Reliability. (XLSX 935 kb)

MOESM1 of Prevalence of Plasmodium falciparum and non-P. falciparum infections in a highland district in Ghana, and the influence of HIV and sickle cell disease

Ewurama Owusu, Charles Brown, Martin Grobusch & Petra Mens
Additional file 1.  The data analysis of malaria symptomatic and asymptomatic participants in this study.

Additional file 5: Spreadsheet 1. of Comprehensive performance comparison of high-resolution array platforms for genome-wide Copy Number Variation (CNV) analysis in humans

Rajini Haraksingh, Alexej Abyzov & Alexander Urban
Gold standard and array CNV chromosomal coordinates. Spreadsheet 1 lists the chromosomal coordinates of the gold standard CNVs and the CNVs called by the arrays. These data were used to compare the CNVs called by the arrays with those in the gold standard using the overlap criteria described in the methods. (XLSX 372 kb)

Additional file 2: of Reproducibility of African giant pouched rats detecting Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Haylee Ellis, Christiaan Mulder, Emilio Valverde, Alan Poling & Timothy Edwards
Group Two Intra-Reliability. (XLSX 319 kb)

Additional file 2: Table S1. of PathOS: a decision support system for reporting high throughput sequencing of cancers in clinical diagnostic laboratories

Kenneth Doig, Andrew Fellowes, Anthony Bell, Andrei Seleznev, David Ma, Jason Ellul, Jason Li, Maria Doyle, Ella Thompson, Amit Kumar, Luis Lara, Ravikiran Vedururu, Gareth Reid, Thomas Conway, Anthony Papenfuss & Stephen Fox
AnnotationMetaData.xlsx: List of variant attributes kept in PathOS annotation cache. List of data sources used to annotate variants. (XLSX 17 kb)

Additional file 1: of Reproducibility of African giant pouched rats detecting Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Haylee Ellis, Christiaan Mulder, Emilio Valverde, Alan Poling & Timothy Edwards
Group One Intra-Reliability. (XLSX 390 kb)

Additional file 2: of Digital CXR with computer aided diagnosis versus symptom screen to define presumptive tuberculosis among household contacts and impact on tuberculosis diagnosis

Monde Muyoyeta, Nkatya Kasese, Deborah Milimo, Isaac Mushanga, Mapopa Ndhlovu, Nathan Kapata, Maureen Moyo-Chilufya & Helen Ayles
Clinically diagnosed patients with abnormal chest-xray. This file contains details of patients that were clinical diagnosed with TB based on CXR abnormality. It has time to TB diagnosis, comments on CXR abnormality that was observed, symptom screen and TB treatment outcome where available. (XLSX 31 kb)

Additional file 1: of Transcriptomic analysis links gene expression to unilateral pollen-pistil reproductive barriers

Amanda Broz, Rafael Guerrero, April Randle, You Baek, Matthew Hahn & Patricia Bedinger
This excel file contains all of the additional Tables (Table S1â Table S10) associated with the manuscript. Each Table is in a different tab. Table numbers and titles are listed below: Table S1. Genes showing differential regulation in a pairwise comparison of LA1777 self-pollinated versus unpollinated (UP) styles. Table S2. Genes showing differential regulation in a pairwise comparison of LA1777 intrapopulation pollinated versus unpollinated (UP) styles. Table S3 . Genes showing differential regulation in a...

Additional file 1: Table S1. of Comprehensive performance comparison of high-resolution array platforms for genome-wide Copy Number Variation (CNV) analysis in humans

Rajini Haraksingh, Alexej Abyzov & Alexander Urban
Overlap of CNV calls from two different algorithms for each array platform with gold standard and CNVnator CNVs. Summarizes the number of overlapping CNV calls from two different algorithms for each array platform with gold standard and CNVnator CNVs using the various overlap criteria. (XLSX 37 kb)

Sample ND49 Dataset

Daniel Rothenberg
This is a sample of 14-day, hourly surface O3 and speciated PM2.5 data at 2x2.5 deg resolution produced via GEOS-Chem.

Sample ND49 Dataset

Daniel Rothenberg
This is a sample of 14-day, hourly surface O3 and speciated PM2.5 data at 2x2.5 deg resolution produced via GEOS-Chem.

Sample ND49 Dataset

Daniel Rothenberg
This is a sample of 14-day, hourly surface O3 and speciated PM2.5 data at 2x2.5 deg resolution produced via GEOS-Chem.

HKU Repeatability in HK Research Experiment

Scott Edmunds, Chen Meifeng, Cheng Yanjie, Ding Wenwen, Huang Lijie, Lam Tak Hei, Ma Runtong, Peng Ying, Qiao Zi, Wang Xuan, Yang Suo, Yu Lijia & Zhou Jiafeng
Quantifying reproducibility and compliance of HKU and PLOS's open data policies on HKU's published papers in PLOS. All 2016 papers in scholarhub were assessed by students in the HKU data curation class (MLIM7350).

HKU Repeatability in HK Research Experiment

Scott Edmunds, Chen Meifeng, Cheng Yanjie, Ding Wenwen, Huang Lijie, Lam Tak Hei, Ma Runtong, Peng Ying, Qiao Zi, Wang Xuan, Yang Suo, Yu Lijia & Zhou Jiafeng
Quantifying reproducibility and compliance of HKU and PLOS's open data policies on HKU's published papers in PLOS. All 2016 papers in scholarhub were assessed by students in the HKU data curation class (MLIM7350).

electronic supplementary material file 2.xlsx

Shuhong Zhao
Sequence ID used in the studyLikelihood ratio tests for genes.

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