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Myosin II-mediated cell shape changes and cell intercalation contribute to primitive streak formation

Emil Rozbicki, , Antti I. Karjalainen, , Helen M. Sang, René Martin, , Michael P. MacDonald & Cornelis J. Weijer
The dataset shown represents a timelapse sequence showing cell and tissue dynamics during primitive streak formation in chick embryo. The data were acquired using Myr-GFP embryos and a custom built light-sheet microscope. The sequence shows the developmental period covering the time interval from the freshly laid egg (stage EGXIII), prior to the onset of tissue movement until the end of the formation of the primitive streak (Stage HH4). Shown here is only one of the...

Charting the Digital Lifespan Work Package 1 Interview Guides: Digital Experience at Life Transitions 2

Kathryn Orzech & Wendy Moncur
This file includes the interview guides from the EPSRC-funded Charting the Digital Lifespan project [PI: Moncur. EPSRC Reference EP/L00383X/1]. This project investigated digital personhood and digital experience at the life transitions of leaving secondary school, becoming a parent, and retiring from work in the UK. This file contains three Interview guides, used to structure interviews with individuals at each life transition point. The guides set out questions and also notes (including types of internet activity...

Whole Genome Sequencing Variant Call Files for Trypanosoma brucei clones resistant to nifurtimox or fexinidazole

Alan Fairlamb, & Matthew Berriman
Genomic DNA prepared from parental and drug resistant clones from T.brucei was sequenced on an Illumina HiSeq 2000 sequencer. The Illumina data were aligned against the T.brucei TREU927 reference genome and variants were called using SAMtools v0.1.19 and BCF tools. The files are in variant call format listing all 190064 genomic positions at which any one of the six drug-resistant and the parental parasite lines had a variant call.

Imprinting of Glass Fleming, Goldie & Abdolvand Opt Mater Express 2015

Lauren Fleming, David Goldie & Amin Abdolvand
A diffractive optical element is fabricated in soda-lime float glass using a simple and inexpensive process. The glass is sandwiched between a mesh anode (lattice constant 2 μm) and a flat metal cathode. Applying a direct current while at a moderately elevated temperature of 553 K induces thermal poling of the glass. The result is that the structured pattern of the electrode is imprinted on the glass as the electric field causes ion depleted regions...

Tweets from #leadersdebate (2015 UK General Election TV Debates)

Nick Taylor
Tweets using #leadersdebate hashtag collected during ITV Leader's Debate on 2nd April 2015 in the lead-up to the 2015 UK General Election. 100 tweets were requested from the Search API every 30 seconds, beginning at the start of the debate and continuing for approximately 90 minutes afterwards. Retweets were excluded. 772 tweets (every 20th message) were analysed and are provided here. Due to licensing restrictions, only the tweet IDs can be made available. Users of...

A chemical-genetic interaction map of small molecules using high-throughput imaging in cancer cells

Marco Breinig, Felix A. Klein, Wolfgang Huber & Michael Boutros

Dundee ADHD continuing care proforma (revised)

David Coghill, Sze Chong Lim, Lilia Gomez Flores & Sarah Seth
These are two proforma (one for males the other for females) that facilitate the recording of clinical information about the ongoing clinical status of children and adolescents receiving treatment for ADHD. Whilst the Dundee ADHD care pathway has recorded similar clinical information in a standardised way for the last 10 years the previous clinical records required a new document for each clinic visit. This made it more difficult to assess the development of clinical response...

Structural Characterisation of Printable Noble Metal/Poly(Vinyl-­‐ Alcohol) Nanocomposites for Optical Applications

Andrew Hourd, Richard Baker & Amin Abdolvand
In order to enable exploitation of noble metal/poly(vinyl-­‐alcohol) nanocomposites for device fabrication, solutions of poly(vinyl-­‐alcohol) suitable for piezo-­‐driven inkjet printing techniques are identified and discussed in terms of their material properties. The printable poly(vinyl-­‐alcohol) medium is then exploited as a host material through the formation of silver or gold nanoparticles in order to create nanocomposites that exhibit a surface plasmon resonance behaviour associated with the small metallic inclusions. To mitigate some of the material redistribution...

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