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Performance evaluation for 3D capturing devices

Umair Shafqat Malik
This research defines a method for characterizing small volume laser scanners and pattern projection 3D devices, which is a continuation of the methods defined for performance evaluation of 3D imaging systems at Politecnico di Milano.

Performance evaluation for 3D capturing devices

Umair Shafqat Malik
This research defines a method for characterizing small volume laser scanners and pattern projection 3D devices, which is a continuation of the methods defined for performance evaluation of 3D imaging systems at Politecnico di Milano.

Sequential role of biosorption and biodegradation in rapid removal degradation and utilization of methyl parathion as a phosphate source by a new cyanobacterial isolate Scytonema sp. BHUS-5

Balkrishna Tiwari, Savita Singh, Sindhunath Chakraborty, Ekta Verma & Arun Kumar Mishra
A new isolate of genus Scytonema distinct from its closest relative cyanobacterium, Scytonema hofmanni was found efficient in the removal and degradation of organophosphorus (OP) pesticide, methyl parathion (MP). The cyanobacterial isolate was also capable of utilizing the phosphorus present in the MP following its degradation, which was evident from the increase in growth (chlorophyll content), biomass, protein content, and total phosphorus in comparison to cyanobacterium grown in phosphate-deficient cultures. The rapid removal of MP...

Prof Primate's Notes: Iconicity vs Arbitrariness

Suzy Styles
Brief intro to the concepts o artbitrariness and iconicity in language.
Created for 'An Ape's Guide to Human Language' taught by Prof. Primate in 2017.

Prof Primate's Notes: Iconicity vs Arbitrariness

Suzy Styles
Brief intro to the concepts o artbitrariness and iconicity in language.
Created for 'An Ape's Guide to Human Language' taught by Prof. Primate in 2017.

Prof Primate's Notes: Compositionality

Suzy Styles
A brief intro to the concept of Compositionality in language.

Created for 'An Ape's Guide to Human Language', taught by Prof. Primate in 2017.

Prof Primate's Notes: Compositionality

Suzy Styles
A brief intro to the concept of Compositionality in language.

Created for 'An Ape's Guide to Human Language', taught by Prof. Primate in 2017.

Powering Open Academic Infrastructure with Figshare

Alan Hyndman, Natasha Punia & Adrian Harja
Presented at #COASP9 by Natasha Punia.Powering Open Academic Infrastructure with FigshareFigshare has been helping researchers, publishers, institutions and funders make research more open since 2011 by providing a simple, user friendly interface to share and discover data.Figshare for publishers integrates with the publishing workflow making it easy for researchers to provide the underlying data to support their findings without restrictions on file type or size. The integration options range from fully automated via the Figshare...

Powering Open Academic Infrastructure with Figshare

Alan Hyndman, Natasha Punia & Adrian Harja
Presented at #COASP9 by Natasha Punia.Powering Open Academic Infrastructure with FigshareFigshare has been helping researchers, publishers, institutions and funders make research more open since 2011 by providing a simple, user friendly interface to share and discover data.Figshare for publishers integrates with the publishing workflow making it easy for researchers to provide the underlying data to support their findings without restrictions on file type or size. The integration options range from fully automated via the Figshare...

Poster presentation.pdf

Olivier Elzingre
Teenage Study Abroad Experience - Motivational Trajectory of a High School Learner of French
A display of the accumulation of different experiences connected with the trajectory of a language learner’s motivation as he transitions from high motivation to study French to lower motivation

Poster presentation.pdf

Olivier Elzingre
Teenage Study Abroad Experience - Motivational Trajectory of a High School Learner of French
A display of the accumulation of different experiences connected with the trajectory of a language learner’s motivation as he transitions from high motivation to study French to lower motivation

Roads of South-East Asia from OpenStreetMap

Ghislain Vieilledent
Raster of South-East Asian roads extracted from OpenStreetMap (OSM) data. Date: September 2017. Resolution: 30m. Format: GeoTIFF. Data type: Byte. No-data value: 255. Projection: ESRI:102028 (Asia Albers Equal Area Conic). This data-set includes all types of roads (highway=*) provided by OSM.

Roads of South-East Asia from OpenStreetMap

Ghislain Vieilledent
Raster of South-East Asian roads extracted from OpenStreetMap (OSM) data. Date: September 2017. Resolution: 30m. Format: GeoTIFF. Data type: Byte. No-data value: 255. Projection: ESRI:102028 (Asia Albers Equal Area Conic). This data-set includes all types of roads (highway=*) provided by OSM.

Cytological staining of protozoa: a case study on the impregnation of hypotrichs (Ciliophora: spirotrichea) using laboratory-synthesized protargol

Ji Hye Kim & Jae-Ho Jung
Protargol (silver proteinate) impregnation is a common method used to identify and characterize ciliated protozoa. Unfortunately, chemical companies have stopped producing the ‘strong’ protargol powder used in this method. Based on an in-house protocol for its synthesis published in 2013, more than 10 batches of protargol powder were produced and subsequently applied in taxonomic studies. During these studies, the protocol for protargol powder synthesis was slightly modified and employed a peptone not originally listed in...

Cytological staining of protozoa: a case study on the impregnation of hypotrichs (Ciliophora: spirotrichea) using laboratory-synthesized protargol

Ji Hye Kim & Jae-Ho Jung
Protargol (silver proteinate) impregnation is a common method used to identify and characterize ciliated protozoa. Unfortunately, chemical companies have stopped producing the ‘strong’ protargol powder used in this method. Based on an in-house protocol for its synthesis published in 2013, more than 10 batches of protargol powder were produced and subsequently applied in taxonomic studies. During these studies, the protocol for protargol powder synthesis was slightly modified and employed a peptone not originally listed in...

Additional file 4: Figure S3. of B-BOX genes: genome-wide identification, evolution and their contribution to pollen growth in pear (Pyrus bretschneideri Rehd.)

Yunpeng Cao, Yahui Han, Dandan Meng, Dahui Li, Chunyan Jiao, Qing Jin, Yi Lin & Yongping Cai
The gene expression of 12 PbBBX genes during pollen tube growth by qRT-PCR. The value on the left Y-axis indicates the relative gene expression levels. P1 (mature pollen grains), P2 (hydrated pollen grains), P3 (growing pollen tubes), and P4 (stopped-growth pollen tubes) correspond to four different developmental stages of pollen and pollen tube. (TIFF 123 kb)

Additional file 3: Figure S2. of B-BOX genes: genome-wide identification, evolution and their contribution to pollen growth in pear (Pyrus bretschneideri Rehd.)

Yunpeng Cao, Yahui Han, Dandan Meng, Dahui Li, Chunyan Jiao, Qing Jin, Yi Lin & Yongping Cai
Expression profiles of PbBBX genes in pear pollen. P1, P2, P3, and P4 are represents mature dry pollen, hydrated pollen grains, pollen tubes, and stop growing pollen tubes, respectively. Color scale represents log2 transformed RPKM (Reads Per Kilobase per Million mapped reads) values. The gradually change of the color indicates different expression level of PbBBX genes, and the middle expression level was represented by white color. (TIFF 87 kb)

Additional file 1: Figure S1. of B-BOX genes: genome-wide identification, evolution and their contribution to pollen growth in pear (Pyrus bretschneideri Rehd.)

Yunpeng Cao, Yahui Han, Dandan Meng, Dahui Li, Chunyan Jiao, Qing Jin, Yi Lin & Yongping Cai
Chromosomal locations and duplication events of BBX genes in the pear genome. The chromosome number is implied at the top of each chromosome. The segmental duplicated genes are connected by color lines and marked by corresponding color boxes. The scale on the left represents the megabases (Mb). (TIFF 3910 kb)

Additional file 4: of Generation of special autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease iPSCs with the capability of functional kidney-like cell differentiation

Jiahui Huang, Shumin Zhou, Xin Niu, Bin Hu, Qing Li, Feng Zhang, Xue Zhang, Xiujuan Cai, Yuanlei Lou, Fen Liu, Chenming Xu & Yang Wang
Ethical approval file. (JPG 45 kb)

Additional file 3: Figure S3. of Generation of special autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease iPSCs with the capability of functional kidney-like cell differentiation

Jiahui Huang, Shumin Zhou, Xin Niu, Bin Hu, Qing Li, Feng Zhang, Xue Zhang, Xiujuan Cai, Yuanlei Lou, Fen Liu, Chenming Xu & Yang Wang
The comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) microarray analysis for PKD in a Chinese ADPKD family. (a): Representative image of CGH analyses of the PKD1 and PKD2 genes in patient TSB and healthy TSG. (b): qPCR verification of all eleven variants detected by CGH microarray in patient TSB and healthy TSG. Shown are the averages of three independent experiments. (JPG 3730 kb)

Additional file 2: Figure S2. of Generation of special autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease iPSCs with the capability of functional kidney-like cell differentiation

Jiahui Huang, Shumin Zhou, Xin Niu, Bin Hu, Qing Li, Feng Zhang, Xue Zhang, Xiujuan Cai, Yuanlei Lou, Fen Liu, Chenming Xu & Yang Wang
The Sanger sequencing analysis for PKD in a Chinese ADPKD family. (a): The novel missense mutation c.17 Gâ >â A, p.Arg6His in PKD2 was predicted by three program. (b): The list of all ten persons analyzed for the mutations. (c): The real sequencing pictures of all ten individuals in this family. (JPG 4280 kb)

Additional file 1: Figure S1. of Generation of special autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease iPSCs with the capability of functional kidney-like cell differentiation

Jiahui Huang, Shumin Zhou, Xin Niu, Bin Hu, Qing Li, Feng Zhang, Xue Zhang, Xiujuan Cai, Yuanlei Lou, Fen Liu, Chenming Xu & Yang Wang
The additional characterization analysis for ADPKD-iPSC and KLCs. (a): The timeline and culture conditions of induction of fibroblasts to iPSCs. Lower panel; phase contrast microscopy showing each of the three major steps. Bar = 100um. (b): AP staining for stemness of stem cells in iPSC lines. Bar = 100um. (c): Immunofluorescence photomicrographs showing primary cilia (arrow head) in KCLs were generated from iPSCs. Bar = 5um. (d): Water transportation assays were carried out between HK2 positive cells and KCLs. Data are...

Additional file 4: Figure S2. of SYBR green-based one step quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction assay for the detection of Zika virus in field-caught mosquitoes

Wei-Ping Tien, Gareth Lim, Gladys Yeo, Suzanna Chiang, Chee-Seng Chong, Lee-Ching Ng & Hapuarachchige Hapuarachchi
Melting peak analysis for the rRT-PCR assay performance in field-caught ZIKV-infected mosquitoes. The evaluation is based on the primer combination F2 + R3. The melting peak for ZIKV infected mosquitoes (1–7) and ZIKV non-infected mosquito species (8–14) falls within the same range as the positive control (ATCC® VR-84). (TIFF 679 kb)

Additional file 3: Figure S1. of SYBR green-based one step quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction assay for the detection of Zika virus in field-caught mosquitoes

Wei-Ping Tien, Gareth Lim, Gladys Yeo, Suzanna Chiang, Chee-Seng Chong, Lee-Ching Ng & Hapuarachchige Hapuarachchi
Melting curve analysis demonstrating the non-specific amplification by primer combinations F + R3, F + R4 and F3 + R4 in the presence of mosquito-derived RNA and specificity of F + R3 in a panel of flavivirus and alphavirus RNA. a. Melting peak analysis for the F + R4 primer pair b. Melting peak analysis for the F3 + R4 primer pair c. Melting peak analysis for the F + R3 primer pair. d. Melting peak analysis for the F + R3 primer pairs within a panel of flavivirus and alphavirus...

Additional file 2: Figure S1. of Regulation of bacteria population behaviors by AI-2 “consumer cells” and “supplier cells”

Yufen Quan, Fankang Meng, Xinyu Ma, Xinhao Song, Xiao Liu, Weixia Gao, Yulei Dang, Yao Meng, Mingfeng Cao & Cunjiang Song
The expression of target genes. a. the expression of target genes in consumer cells. b. the expression of target genes in supplier cells. The masses of LsrA, LsrB, LsrC, LsrD, LsrF, LsrG, LsrK, LuxS, Mtn were 55.8kD, 36.6kD, 36.4kD, 34.4kD, 31.8kD, 57.45kD, 11.2kD, 19.4kD, 24.3kD, respectively. Compared to the control, there are three bands, 31kD, and 11.2kD in the Lane of pLsrACDBFG, which could indicate that the LsrF, LsrG were all overexpressed. The similar gel...

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