18 Works

Social Printers study data (2016 Scottish Election and EU Referendum debates)

Katerina Gorkovenko
Social Printers were a network of devices that allowed users to send messages that would be printed out on every device. These were given to households during the Scottish Elections 2016 and the EU Referendum 2016, who used them for anonymous discussion during political television programming. This dataset comprises the messages that were sent and interviews conducted with participants before and after the study. This work was carried out by Katerina Gorkovenko as part of...

50 Salads

Stephen McKenna & Sebastian Stein
50 Salads Activity recognition research has shifted focus from distinguishing full-body motion patterns to recognizing complex interactions of multiple entities. Manipulative gestures - characterized by interactions between hands, tools, and manipulable objects - frequently occur in food preparation, manufacturing, and assembly tasks, and have a variety of applications including situational support, automated supervision, and skill assessment. With the aim to stimulate research on recognizing manipulative gestures we introduce the 50 Salads dataset. It captures 25...

Centrifuge test data - Influence of initial stress distribution on liquefaction induced settlement of shallow foundations

Daniele Bertalot & Andrew Brennan
The files are databases in Matlab format (.mat files). - Each file contains processed instrument readings relative to a given centrifuge test. Three datasets are given, relative to centrifuge test BD5, BD7 and BD8 respectively. - Each dataset consists of three variables: ACC (accelerometers readings), PPT (Pore Pressure Transducers readings), LVDT (Linear Variable Differential Transducers readings). - variable ACC consists of a matrix of 15 columns: first column represents the reference time vector, while columns...

Combined GWAS of metaformin glycaemic reponse in 1372 GoDARTS patients

Kaixin Zhou
This dataset includes the GWAS screening results that were used to the supplementary Figure 1 in the paper “Variation in the Glucose Transporter gene SLC2A2 is associated with glycaemic response to metformin” by Zhou et al. in Nature Genetics. Brief descriptions of the 12 columns in this file are in the following table. Column Descriptions SNP SNP identifier CHR Chromosome BP Base pair (NCBI build 36) EFFECT_ALLELE The effect allele NMISS Number of subjects in...

RNAi screens for Rho GTPase regulators of cell shape and YAP/TAZ localisation in triple negative breast cancer

Patricia Pascual Vargas, Samuel Cooper, Julia Sero, Vicky Bousgouni, Mar Arias-Garcia & Chris Bakal
In order to metastasize triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) must make dynamic changes in cell shape. The shape of all eukaryotic cells is regulated by Rho GTP Exchange Factors (RhoGEFs), which activate Rho-family GTPases in response to mechanical and informational cues. In contrast, Rho GTPase-activating proteins (RhoGAPs) inhibit Rho GTPases. However, which RhoGEFs and RhoGAPS couple TNBC cell shape to changes in their environment is very poorly understood. Moreover, whether the activity of particular RhoGEFs...

RNAi screens for Rho GTPase regulators of cell shape and YAP/TAZ localisation in triple negative breast cancer

Patricia Pascual Vargas, Samuel Cooper, Julia Sero, Vicky Bousgouni, Mar Arias-Garcia & Chris Bakal
In order to metastasize triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) must make dynamic changes in cell shape. The shape of all eukaryotic cells is regulated by Rho GTP Exchange Factors (RhoGEFs), which activate Rho-family GTPases in response to mechanical and informational cues. In contrast, Rho GTPase-activating proteins (RhoGAPs) inhibit Rho GTPases. However, which RhoGEFs and RhoGAPS couple TNBC cell shape to changes in their environment is very poorly understood. Moreover, whether the activity of particular RhoGEFs...

Positron annihilation studies of Zn-doped CdTe (Applied Physics Letters L16-01848R)

David Keeble, Gurmeet Kanda & Mohamed Rabeh Mohamed Abdellatif
Positron annihilation lifetime spectra, density functional theory input and output files, and trapping model data fitting.

Accelerometer localization

Stephen McKenna & Sebastian Stein
Accelerometer localization With accelerometers becoming increasingly ubiquitous (through, e.g., smartphones and tablets) there is a growing interest in fusing accelerometer data with visual data. Combining these sensor types has strong potential as they provide complementary information. While accelerometers capture subtleties in the movement of the device, computer vision may, for example, put this information into spatial context and into relation with other entities. This dataset captures the problem of localizing an accelerometer in the visual...

RNAi screens for Rho GTPase regulators of cell shape and YAP/TAZ localisation in triple negative breast cancer

Patricia Pascual Vargas, Samuel Cooper, Julia Sero, Vicky Bousgouni, Mar Arias-Garcia & Chris Bakal
In order to metastasize triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) must make dynamic changes in cell shape. The shape of all eukaryotic cells is regulated by Rho GTP Exchange Factors (RhoGEFs), which activate Rho-family GTPases in response to mechanical and informational cues. In contrast, Rho GTPase-activating proteins (RhoGAPs) inhibit Rho GTPases. However, which RhoGEFs and RhoGAPS couple TNBC cell shape to changes in their environment is very poorly understood. Moreover, whether the activity of particular RhoGEFs...

Macro Micro Studio

Neil Burford, Rod Jones, Stephen Reynolds & David Rodley
Supplementary Information

Open access data for 'Measurements of nonlinear lensing in a semiconductor disk laser gain sample under optical pumping and using a resonant femtosecond probe laser', Applied Physics Letters 109, 121113 (2016).

Adrian H. Quarterman, Shamil Mirkhanov, & Keith Wilcox
Data for figures 2a 2b 2c and 3 in Measurements of nonlinear lensing in a semiconductor disk laser gain sample under optical pumping and using a resonant femtosecond probe laser. Applied Physics Letters 109. 121113. 2016. Excel spreadsheet includes the data plotted in each figure section as labelled. See published manuscript for further detail.

RNAi screens for Rho GTPase regulators of cell shape and YAP/TAZ localisation in triple negative breast cancer

Patricia Pascual Vargas, Samuel Cooper, Julia Sero, Vicky Bousgouni, Mar Arias-Garcia & Chris Bakal
In order to metastasize triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) must make dynamic changes in cell shape. The shape of all eukaryotic cells is regulated by Rho GTP Exchange Factors (RhoGEFs), which activate Rho-family GTPases in response to mechanical and informational cues. In contrast, Rho GTPase-activating proteins (RhoGAPs) inhibit Rho GTPases. However, which RhoGEFs and RhoGAPS couple TNBC cell shape to changes in their environment is very poorly understood. Moreover, whether the activity of particular RhoGEFs...

Changes in autofluorescence based organoid model of muscle invasive urinary bladder cancer

Scott Palmer
Dataset related to the named publication by Palmer et al in Biomedical Optics Express regarding autofluorescence spectroscopy of the endogenous fluorophores collagen, elastin, NADH and flavins in a developing lab based model of muscle invasive urinary bladder cancer. Data from spectroscopy measurements is included in the form of an excel spreadsheet, including day (0-21), sample number, opinion (1 = control, 2 = cancer organoid) and the values of amplitude of fluorescence and diagnostic ratios given...

RNAi screens for Rho GTPase regulators of cell shape and YAP/TAZ localisation in triple negative breast cancer

Patricia Pascual Vargas, Samuel Cooper, Julia Sero, Vicky Bousgouni, Mar Arias-Garcia & Chris Bakal
In order to metastasize triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) must make dynamic changes in cell shape. The shape of all eukaryotic cells is regulated by Rho GTP Exchange Factors (RhoGEFs), which activate Rho-family GTPases in response to mechanical and informational cues. In contrast, Rho GTPase-activating proteins (RhoGAPs) inhibit Rho GTPases. However, which RhoGEFs and RhoGAPS couple TNBC cell shape to changes in their environment is very poorly understood. Moreover, whether the activity of particular RhoGEFs...

High resolution imaging reveals heterogeneity in chromatin states between cells that is not inherited through cell division.

Tom Owen-Hughes & David Dickerson
In this study we introduce distinct fluorescent tags flanking a range of genomic regions and track the motion of the labelled reporters using an OMX Blaze microscope. We describe a work flow that enables 3D live cell tracking with a mean measurement error of 63 nm. We find that within individual yeast cells the separation of operator sequences exhibits substantial variation over time. Genomic loci are able to reorganize extensively below a threshold of approximately...

Registration Year

  • 2016
    18

Resource Types

  • Dataset
    7
  • Image
    6
  • Audiovisual
    3
  • Other
    1

Affiliations

  • University of Dundee
    5