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Data from: The Fear Reduction Exercised Early (FREE) approach to management of low back pain in general practice: a pragmatic cluster-randomised controlled trial

Ben Darlow, James Stanley, Sarah Dean, J. Haxby Abbott, Sue Garrett, Ross Wilson, Fiona Mathieson & Anthony Dowell
Background: Effective and cost-effective primary care treatments for low back pain (LBP) are required to reduce the burden of the world’s most disabling condition. This study aimed to compare the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the Fear Reduction Exercised Early (FREE) approach to LBP (intervention) with usual general practitioner (GP) care (control). Methods and findings: This pragmatic, cluster-randomised controlled trial with process evaluation and parallel economic evaluation was conducted in the Hutt Valley, New Zealand....

Main GP outcome data

Ben Darlow, James Stanley, Sarah Dean, J. Haxby Abbott, Sue Garrett, Ross Wilson, Fiona Mathieson & Anthony Dowell
Main GP outcome data (at baseline [immediately pre-training for intervention group], 4 weeks [post-training but prior to patient recruitment], and 16 weeks [towards end of patient recruitment]) See Readme file (attached to this item) and data dictionary (separate item).

Data Dictionary: for GP outcome data

Ben Darlow, James Stanley, Sarah Dean, J. Haxby Abbott, Sue Garrett, Ross Wilson, Fiona Mathieson & Anthony Dowell

Post-appointment data for Patients

Ben Darlow, James Stanley, Sarah Dean, J. Haxby Abbott, Sue Garrett, Ross Wilson, Fiona Mathieson & Anthony Dowell
Information on the patient's appointment with the GP, as (a) reported by the patient immediately post-appointment, and (b) coded from notes kept in the Patient Management System. See ReadMe for more detail.

super_SIG2_proteins_matrix

Xin-Xing Fu, Jian Zhang, Guo-Qiang Zhang, Zhong-Jian Liu & Zhi-Duan Chen
Protein matrix for Fig. S2

SIG5_proteins_matrix

Protein matrix for Fig. S4

Dryad Item 10.5061/DRYAD.1C478C3/1

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Dryad Item 10.5061/DRYAD.MR36SP2/1

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Data from: Distribution and human‐caused mortality of Persian leopards Panthera pardus saxicolor in Iran, based on unpublished data and Farsi gray literature

Jamshid Parchizadeh & Mohammad Ali Adibi
Gray literature and data from unpublished sources can provide important scientific information that has not been published scientifically. The Persian leopard (hereafter leopard) Panthera pardus saxicolor is classed as endangered on the Red List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and also is one of the least-studied subspecies of leopard. It occurs in the Caucasus and Central and Southwest Asia. Iran contains more than 75% of the leopard’s extant range, and the leopard...

Zlatkin and Heuer 2019 Aplysia data Royal Society Open Science

Rebecca Zlatkin & Rachael Heuer
This file contains raw data including individual replicates for behavioral trials and acid-base measurements, in addition to biometric data for each animal (mass). For the tail-withdrawal reflex, this includes the amount of time for the reflex in addition to the percent of the body withdrawn. For the righting reflex, the time to complete the reflex is reported. Acid-base measurement data includes extracellular pH (pHe), bicarbonate, and pCO2 levels.

Dryad Item 10.5061/DRYAD.4177RD5/3

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Data from: Allometry of mitochondrial efficiency is set by metabolic intensity

Melanie Boel, Caroline Romestaing, Yann Voituron & Damien Roussel
Metabolic activity sets the rates of individual resource uptake from the environment and resource allocations. For this reason, relationship with body size has been heavily documented from ecosystems to cells. Until now, most of the studies used the fluxes of oxygen as proxy of energy output without knowledge of the efficiency of biological systems to convert oxygen into ATP. The aim of this study was to examine the allometry of coupling efficiency (ATP/O) of skeletal...

Seguel_2019_PRSB_data2

Mauricio Seguel, Brianna Beechler, Courtney Coon, Paul Snyder, Johannie Spaan, Anna Jolles & Vanessa Ezenwa
Indexes of variability in immune parameters, including repeatability and coefficient of variation, in African buffalo (Syncerus caffer)

Data from: Assessing precision and requirements of three methods to estimate roe deer density

Andrea Marcon, Daniele Battocchio, Marco Apollonio & Stefano Grignolio
Roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) is the most abundant cervid in Europe and, as such, has a considerable impact over several human activities. Accurate roe deer population size estimates are useful to ensure their proper management. We tested 3 methods for estimating roe deer abundance (drive counts, pellet-group counts, and camera trapping) during two consecutive years (2012 and 2013) in the Apennines (Italy) in order to assess their precision and applicability. During the study period, population...

Data from: An empirical test of the mechanistic underpinnings of interference competition

Richard Beggs, Jennifer Pierson, Ayesha Tulloch, Wade Blanchard, Martin Westgate & David Lindenmayer
Interspecific competition is an essential element of the evolution of species and can strongly influence the abundance and distribution of species. Where competition interacts with anthropogenic habitat modification, this natural ecosystem process can become a threatening process. Understanding the mechanisms behind competition in such cases is essential for the formulation of cost-effective management responses for biodiversity conservation. According to the resource availability hypothesis of competition, interference competition limits access to resources by species vulnerable to...

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Data from: Genome-wide association mapping of date palm fruit traits

Khaled M. Hazzouri, Muriel Gros-Balthazard, Jonathan M. Flowers, Dario Copetti, Alain Lemansour, Marc Lebrun, Khaled Masmoudi, Sylvie Ferrand, Michael I. Dhar, Zoe A. Fresquez, Ulises Rosas, Jianwei Zhang, Jayson Talag, Seunghee Lee, Dave Kudrna, Robyn F. Powell, Ilia J. Leitch, Robert R. Krueger, Rod Wing, Khaled M. A. Amiri & M. D. Purugganan
Date palms (Phoenix dactylifera) are an important fruit crop of arid regions of the Middle East and North Africa. Despite its importance, few genomic resources exist for date palms, hampering evolutionary genomic studies of this perennial crop species. Here we report an improved long-read genome assembly for P. dactylifera that is 772.3 Mb in length, with contig N50 of 897.2 Kb, and use this to perform GWAS mapping of the sex determining region and 21...

Data from: No consistent effects of humans on animal genetic diversity worldwide

Katie Millette, Vincent Fugère, Chloé Debyser, Ariel Greiner, Frédéric Chain & Andrew Gonzalez
Human impacts on genetic diversity are poorly understood yet critical to biodiversity conservation. We used 175,247 COI sequences collected between 1980 and 2016 to assess the global effects of land use and human density on the intraspecific genetic diversity of 17,082 species of birds, fishes, insects, and mammals. Human impacts on mtDNA diversity were taxon and scale-dependent, and were generally weak or non-significant. Spatial analyses identified weak latitudinal diversity gradients as well as negative effects...

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Data from: Management and outcome of primary CNS lymphoma patients in the modern era. a LOC network study

Caroline Houillier
Objective: Studies on primary CNS lymphoma (PCNSL) patients in the “real life” are scarce. Our objective was to analyze, in a nationwide population-based study, the current medical practice in the management of PCNSL. Methods: The LOC database prospectively records all newly diagnosed PCNSL from 32 French centers. Data of patients diagnosed between 2011-2016 were retrospectively analyzed. Results: We identified 1002 immunocompetent patients (43% aged>70 years, median KPS 60). First-line treatment was high-dose methotrexate-based chemotherapy in...

Data from: Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs use in older adults decreases risk of Alzheimer’s disease mortality

Julián Benito-León, Israel Contador, Saturio Vega, Alberto Villarejo-Galende & Félix Bermejo-Pareja
Alzheimer disease (AD) mortality risk in a large cohort of subjects treated or not with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) is unknown. Our objective was to determine whether NSAIDs use is associated with decreased risk of AD mortality. Methods: In this prospective, population-based study (Neurological Disorders in Central Spain [NEDICES]) of 5,072 people without AD (aged 65 years and older), sociodemographic, comorbidity factors, and current medications were recorded at baseline. Community-dwelling older adults were followed for...

Data from: Stochastic dynamics of three competing clones: conditions and times for invasion, coexistence and fixation

Sylvain Billiard & Charline Smadi
In large clonal populations, several clones generally compete which results in complex evolutionary and ecological dynamics: experiments show successive selective sweeps of favorable mutations as well as long-term coexistence of multiple clonal strains. The mechanisms underlying either coexistence or fixation of several competing strains have rarely been studied altogether. Conditions for coexistence has mostly been studied by population and community ecology, while rates of invasion and fixation have mostly been studied by population genetics. In...

Data from: How do seabirds modify their search behaviour when encountering fishing boats?

Alexandre Corbeau, Julien Collet, Melissa Fontenille & Henri Weimerskirch
Seabirds are well known to be attracted by fishing boats to forage on offal and baits. We used recently developed loggers that record accurate GPS position and detect the presence of boats through their radar emissions to examine how albatrosses use Area Restricted Search (ARS) and if so, have specific ARS behaviours, when attending boats. As much as 78.5% of locations with a radar detection (contact with boat) during a trip occurred within ARS: 36.8%...

Raw data for time lapse scores

Julia Sigwart, Geerat Vermeij & Peter Hoyer
Supplementary Table 1. Data from analysis of time lapse series, showing number of frames in each a priori position in each experiment. The mean percentage time per trial for "ball", "arching" and other positions is illustrated in Figure 1. Each time lapse recorded lasted for 2 h. Statistical analyses used total number of frames (time) scored per position. Summary data presented in this spreadsheet include the calculations for percent time in all trials and raw...

Dryad Item 10.5061/DRYAD.21GM5R3/2

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