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Produção técnico-científica dos bibliotecários do Instituto Federal de São Paulo: um estudo neobibliométrico

Cintia Almeida Da Silva Santos & Fernanda Rodrigues Pontes
As bibliotecas e os bibliotecários-documentalistas do Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia de São Paulo (IFSP) têm sido objeto de estudo de pesquisas científicas, porém, ainda não foi realizada nenhuma investigação que levantasse e mapeasse a produção científica desses profissionais. Este estudo objetivou mapear e analisar a produção técnico-científica dos bibliotecários-documentalistas da referida instituição. O percurso metodológico compreendeu a realização de pesquisa teórico-empírica, na qual foi priorizada a abordagem neobibliométrica; nesse sentido, o ferramental...

Quantitative Genetics of the Maize Phyllosphere

Jason Wallace, Karl Kremling & Edward S. Buckler
Bioinfromatic scripts and key intermediate files for analysis of the maize Phyllosphere from ~300 diverse inbred maize lines grown in Aurora, New York in the summer of 2014. Support dataset for Wallace et al. 2018, "Quantitative genetics of the maize leaf microbiome."
Note: v1.1 added scripts used for a simulation analysis requested in revisions.

Nevsky prospect traffic surveillance video

Artur Grigorev
The data set contains traffic surveillance video in the area of Nevsky prospect(central street of Saint Petersburg) between the Moika river and the street Bolshaya Konuyshennaya. The covered area contains two-way road with dense vehicle movement. The length of the selected area is 102 meters, width is 17.5 meters. The resolution of each video is 960x720 pixels. The dataset was colected in November 2017, December 2017 and January 2018.

7 days in April 2017 are placed...

Formation of an SDPE shell around adenosine 2A receptor

Matti Javanainen
Left: the adenosine A2 receptor (blue) gets surrounded by SDPE lipids (orange) in a liquid ordered membrane with DSPC (green) and cholesterol (yellow). Right: the polyunsaturated DHA chain of SDPE (orange) interacts with the protein.

Design and assessment of a 360° panoramic and highperformance capture system with two tiled catadioptric imaging channels

, , Peng Lu, , , , Yue Liu &
It has always been a challenge to obtain a 360° panoramic imaging system with a high resolution and non-visible seam. In this study, a 360° panoramic and high-performance system has been developed based on two tiled imaging channels with a field of view (FOV) of 190° and F/# of 2.0. In this study, some issues on 360° panoramic tiled methods, such as relative illuminance, and ghost images, were analyzed in detail and taken into consideration...

Electronic supplementary material from Increased expression diversity may buffer the loss of adaptive potential caused by reduction of genetic diversity in new unfavourable environment

Wei Liu, , Qin Xu, , Juan Yan & Tao Sang
Mechanisms underlying adaptation to rapid environmental change are issues in evolutionary biology. It is widely accepted that reduction in genetic diversity when suddenly exposed to an unfavourable environment limits the adaptive potential of populations. With growing empirical evidence that expression diversity is likely to increase in the new environment, the role that expression diversity plays in adaptation needs to be theorized. Here, we first established a negative exponential relationship between expression diversity and genetic diversity...

Supplementary material from \"The revolution of crossdating in marine palaeoecology and palaeoclimatology\"

Bryan A. Black, Carin Andersson, Paul G. Butler, Michael L. Carroll, Kristine L. DeLong, David J. Reynolds, Bernd R. Schöne, James Scourse, Peter Van Der Sleen, Alan D. Wanamaker & Rob Witbaard
Over the past century, the dendrochronology technique of crossdating has been widely used to generate a global network of tree-ring chronologies that serves as a leading indicator of environmental variability and change. Only recently, however, has this same approach been applied to growth increments in calcified structures of bivalves, fish and corals in the world's oceans. As in trees, these crossdated marine chronologies are well replicated, annually resolved and absolutely dated, providing uninterrupted multi-decadal to...

Supplementary Material from Vertical differentiation in tropical forest butterflies: a novel mechanism generating insect diversity?

Chris C. Nice, James A. Fordyce, Katherine L. Bell, Matthew L. Forister, Zachariah Gompert & Phil J. DeVries
Detailed methods and data tables

Supplementary Methods and Results from Measures of oxidative state are primarily driven by extrinsic factors in a long-distance migrant

Thomas W. Bodey, Ian R. Cleasby, Jonathan D. Blount, , Kerry Mackie & Stuart Bearhop
Oxidative stress is a likely consequence of hard physical exertion and thus a potential mediator of life-history trade-offs in migratory animals. However, little is known about the relative importance of intrinsic and extrinsic stressors on the oxidative state of individuals in wild populations. We quantified the relationships between air temperature, sex, body condition and three markers of oxidative state (malondialdehyde, superoxide dismutase and total antioxidant capacity), across hundreds of individuals of a long-distance migrant (the...

Published crossdated marine sclerochronologies. from The revolution of crossdating in marine palaeoecology and palaeoclimatology

Bryan A. Black, Carin Andersson, Paul G. Butler, Michael L. Carroll, Kristine L. DeLong, David J. Reynolds, Bernd R. Schöne, James Scourse, Peter Van Der Sleen, Alan D. Wanamaker & Rob Witbaard
Datasets for which there is replication (generally n>5) and at least some mention of crossmatching patterns among samples.

\"Cord leptin predicts neuropsychological development in childhood; “Rhea” Mother – Child Cohort, Crete, Greece\" - Supplementary Material - Clean

Polyxeni Karakosta
Supplementary Material (Figures and Tables) - Clean version

Alpha-1 chain of human haptoglobin as viability marker of in vitro fertilized human embryos: information beyond morphology

Gergely Montskó, Krisztina Gödöny, Róbert Herczeg, Ákos Várnagy, József Bódis & Gábor L. Kovács
Only one third of the in vitro fertilization treatments result in successful delivery following morphological viability assessment worldwide. A paper by Montskó et al. (2015) describes the identification of the alpha-1 chain of human haptoglobin as a potential marker of embryo viability. Using mass spectrometry, the concentration of the haptoglobin alpha-1 chain was determined in spent culture media samples of in vitro fertilized embryos and correlation was found with the outcome of the respective transfer....

RP masumoto paper

Masahiro Kameoka
RP image data for paper

Electron tomography dataset of a serial sectioned Trichoplax haplotype H2 fiber cell

Nikolaus Leisch
A Hawaiian Trichoplax haplotype H2 was high pressure frozen, embedded in epoxy resin, serial sectioned (300nm thickness), stained with uranyl acetate and lead citrate and gold particles applied to each side of the section.
On eight consecutive sections, the same fiber cell was recorded using electron tomography.
The reconstructed volumes were aligned with each other using a rigid alignment in FIJI.

Supplementary Material for: JAK2/STAT5 Pathway Mediates Prolactin-Induced Apoptosis of Lactotropes

N. DeDios, S. Orrillo, M. Irizarri, , F. Boutillon, M. Candolfi, A. Seilicovich, V. Goffin, D. Pisera & J. Ferraris
Prolactinomas are increasingly viewed as a “problem of signal transduction.” Consequently, the identification of factors and signaling pathways that control lactotrope cell turnover is needed in order to encourage new therapeutic developments. We have previously shown that prolactin (PRL) acts as a proapoptotic and antiproliferative factor on lactotropes, maintaining anterior pituitary cell homeostasis, which contrasts with the classical antiapoptotic and/or proliferative actions exerted by PRL in most other target tissues. We aimed to investigate the...

Meso–Neoarchaean crustal evolution of the Bundelkhand Craton, Indian Shield: new data from greenstone belts

& Vinod K. Singh
The Mauranipur and Babina greenstone belts of the Bundelkhand Craton are formed of the Central Bundelkhand greenstone complex (CBGC). This complex represents tectonic collage which has not been previously studied in depth. The purpose of this study is to contribute to the understanding of the main features of the Archaean crustal evolution of the Bundelkhand Craton. The CBGC consists of two assemblages: (1) the early assemblage, which is composed of basic-ultramafic, rhyolitic–dacitic, and banded iron...

Filtered global GEBCO 2014 bathymetry/topography

Alexandros Avdis
Filtered global GEBCO 2014 bathymetry/topography raster, intended for qmesh tutorials.

Distance, weight and transportation decision data of drone.xlsx

Ergün Alperay Tarım
The data used are given as the distances of 315 different regions and the weights of the products to be transported to these zones. The data are simulated taking into account the maximum distance the drone can carry (9 km) and the maximum weight the drone can carry (890 grams). In addition, these values ​​have been set as minimums for distance from the vehicle, short distances of 1.7 km, and less than 300 grams of...

In silico elucidation of novel anticancer lead molecules targeting human prostate specific gene-1 protein

, , , , , & Saima Wajid
In silico elucidation of novel anticancer lead molecules targeting human prostate specific gene-1 protein

Design and assessment of a 360° panoramic and highperformance capture system with two tiled catadioptric imaging channels

, , Peng Lu, , , , Yue Liu &
It has always been a challenge to obtain a 360° panoramic imaging system with a high resolution and non-visible seam. In this study, a 360° panoramic and high-performance system has been developed based on two tiled imaging channels with a field of view (FOV) of 190° and F/# of 2.0. In this study, some issues on 360° panoramic tiled methods, such as relative illuminance, and ghost images, were analyzed in detail and taken into consideration...

Albendazole solution formulation via vesicle-to-micelle transition of phospholipid-surfactant aggregates

Zahari Vinarov, Gabriela Gancheva, Vladimir Katev & Slavka S. Tcholakova
Objective: To reveal the physicochemical mechanisms governing the solubilization of albendazole in surfactant and phospholipid-surfactant solutions and, on this basis, to formulate clinically relevant dose of albendazole in solution suitable for parenteral delivery. Significance: (1) A new drug delivery system for parenteral delivery of albendazole is proposed, offering high drug solubility and low toxicity of the materials used; (2) New insights on the role of surface curvature on albendazole solubilization in surfactant and surfactant-phospholipid aggregates...

Structure results from Evidence for human-mediated range expansion and gene flow in an invasive grass

Tina M. Arredondo, Gina L. Marchini & Mitchell B. Cruzan
Figure S1. Delta K calculated using output from Structure for K=1-10 with 10 runs at each value of K. Primary peak represents the first level of genetic structure (K=3).

Public voices in the heavenly chorus? Group type bias and opinion representation

Linda Flöthe & Anne Rasmussen
While strong voices in the academic literature and real-world politics regard interest groups as biased representatives of the public, we know little about the scope and consequences of such biases for democratic governance. We conduct the first cross-national comparison of group and public preferences analyzing a new dataset of 50 issues in five West European countries. Despite the negative image of interest groups in politics, we find that their positions are in line with public...

leaf image

, , Xuan Yang, Melanie Valerie Weston, Ke Wang, , &
Rice leaf images under nitrogen deficiency

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