Data for 'Man’s Best Friends: Attitudes Towards the Use of Different Kinds of Animal Depend on Belief in Different Species’ Mental Capacities and Purpose of Use'Matthew Higgs, Helen Cassaday & Sasha Bipin
SPSS file of the data described in the publication. Should be self-explanatory but please feel free to contact the lead or corresponding author in case of any query - HiggsM@cardiff.ac.uk; firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Data associated with \"Impact of fruit orientation and pelleting material on water uptake and germination performance in sugar beet\"Craig J Sturrock
Water uptake into seeds is a fundamental prerequisite of germination and commonly influenced by commercial seed enhancement technologies. The effect of fruit orientation and contrasting pelleting materials on germination and biological performance was assessed. The results indicated there was orientation dependent fruit shrinkage of 37% for the operculum side supplied by moisture and 4% for the basal pore side. The expansion rate of 5% of the original size, similar to non-shrinking seeds, indicated this was...
This deposit contains the raw data relating to the paper described in the title. Contains data regarding: 1H and 13C NMR, Image analysis, in vitro and in vivo results.
Structural characterisation of molecular conformation and the incorporation of adatoms in an on-surface Ullmann-type reactionChris J. Judd & Alex Saywell
The on-surface synthesis of covalently bonded materials differs from solution-phase synthesis in several respects. The transition from a three-dimensional reaction volume to quasi two-dimensional confinement, as is the case for on-surface synthesis, has the potential to facilitate alternative reaction pathways to those available in solution. Ullmann-type reactions, where the surface plays a role in the coupling of aryl-halide functionalised species, has been shown to facilitate extended one- and two-dimensional structures. Here we employ a combination...
These coordinates are used in a Coordinate Based Meta-Analysis article as an example.
NeuRoi image processing/analysis software
We identify polymers which instruct different immunological responses by modulating macrophage attachment and polarisation to pro-inflammatory (M1-like) or anti-inflammatory (M2-like) phenotypes. These immune-instructive polymers were discovered using in-vitro high throughput polymer microarray screening of diverse (meth)acrylate and (meth)acrylamide libraries. The bio-instructive polymer function is validated in-vivo and analysis of the protein layer adsorbed to polymers, cytokine release and phagocytosis explored.
The databases share are two shapefiles detailing the location and characteristics of Protestant and Catholic missionaries in Africa in the late- 19th and early 20th centuries. PROTESTANT MISSIONS: Geocoded information at the mission level for missions operating in Africa up to 1903. Among others, the data report at the mission level missionary investments (printing presses, hospitals, schools, etc. Cite as Cagé, Julia and Valeria Rueda (2016), "The Long Term Effects of the Printing Press in...
Label-free protein characterisation at surfaces requires digestion or matrix application prior to mass spectrometry. We report the assignment of undigested proteins at surfaces using secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS). Ballistic fragmentation induced by a gas cluster ion beam (GCIB) produces peptide fragments for subsequent OrbitrapTM analysis. We annotate 16 example proteins (up to 272 kDa) by de novo sequencing and apply the methodology to characterising a protein monolayer biochip and in situ depth profiling of...
Single cell tracking on polymer microarray reveals the impact of surface chemistry on Pseudomonas aeruginosa twitching speed and biofilm developmentAlessandro Maria Carabelli, Morgan R. Alexander & Paul Williams
Dataset contains raw and processed data used for the creation of figures in publication entitled 'Single cell tracking on polymer microarray reveals the impact of surface chemistry on Pseudomonas aeruginosa twitching speed and biofilm development'.
This spreadsheet details the monumental dedications from Delphi that can be securely located in the sanctuary space, from c. 600-400 BCE.
Methodology for the synthesis of methacrylate monomers using designed single mode microwave applicatorsMorgan Alexander, Dimitrakis Georgios, Andrew Hook, Sam Kingman & Derek Irvine
Dataset contains raw and processed data used for the creation of figures in publication entitled 'Methodology for the synthesis of methacrylate monomers using designed single mode microwave applicators'
Data for: Residual polymer stabiliser causes anisotropic conductivity in metal nanoparticle 2D and 3D printed electronicsGustavo F. Trindade & Clive Roberts
Experimental data for manuscript "Residual polymer stabiliser causes anisotropic conductivity in metal nanoparticle 2D and 3D printed electronics". Contents: - Raw and exported ToF-SIMS and orbiSIMS data (.itmx and .txt) - Raw and exported XPS data (.vms and .txt) - All used electron micrographs (.tiff + .txt formats) - Electrical resistivity measurements - DSC data
Designing topographically textured microparticles for induction and modulation of osteogenesis in mesenchymal stem cell engineeringMahetab Amer
Please contact authors for .czi and histology files
Fluorescence and electroluminescence of J-aggregated polythiophene monolayers on hexagonal boron nitridePeter Beton & James Kerfoot
The photophysics of a semiconducting polymer is manipulated through molecular self-assembly on an insulating surface. Adsorption of polythiophene (PT) monolayers on hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) leads to a structurally-induced planarization and a re-balancing of inter- and intra-chain excitonic coupling. This conformational control results in a dominant 0-0 photoluminescence peak and a reduced Huang-Rhys factor, characteristic of J-type aggregates, and optical properties which are significantly different to both PT thin films and single polymer strands. Adsorption...