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Comparative metagenome-assembled genome analysis of Lachnovaginosum genomospecies, formerly known as BVAB1

Johanna Holm
Included are 7 metagenome-assembled genomes of Lachnovaginosum genomospecies, formerly known as BVAB1. Also included are Supplemental Files, Genbank files containing PROKKA annotations, KEGG annotations, phage detected via PHAST, and the assembly files for each genome.

Bilateral international migration flow estimates for 200 countries

Guy Abel & Joel E. Cohen
This collection contains bilateral international migration flow estimates for 200 countries for five-year periods between 1990 and 2015. The R code and input data to replicate the estimates are also included, as are animated plots of the results of the estimate at the UN region level.

Cervical cerclage, pessary, or vaginal progesterone in high-risk pregnant women with short cervix: a randomized feasibility study

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Objective: To assess feasibility for a definitive randomized controlled trial (RCT) comparing three treatments for short cervix in a population at high risk for spontaneous preterm birth (sPTB) over a 1-year period. Design: Three arm, open label feasibility randomized clinical study. Methods: Women with singleton pregnancy with risk factors for sPTB (history of sPTB or prelabor premature rupture of membranes (PPROM) <34 weeks or significant cervical surgery), and short cervix on transvaginal ultrasound scan detected...

Country size and the survival of authoritarian monarchies: developing a new argument

Marlene Jugl
This article combines the literature on authoritarian regime survival with that on small states to propose a new explanation for the survival and breakdown of authoritarian monarchies. To develop the conjecture that monarchy tends to survive in small countries into a theoretically and empirically sound argument, I follow the process of iterative induction. I first inspect all authoritarian monarchies between 1946 and 2018 and find that countries with monarchic survival have a significantly smaller population...

Country size and the survival of authoritarian monarchies: developing a new argument

Marlene Jugl
This article combines the literature on authoritarian regime survival with that on small states to propose a new explanation for the survival and breakdown of authoritarian monarchies. To develop the conjecture that monarchy tends to survive in small countries into a theoretically and empirically sound argument, I follow the process of iterative induction. I first inspect all authoritarian monarchies between 1946 and 2018 and find that countries with monarchic survival have a significantly smaller population...

Benchmarking Belgian CRT practice against the rest of Europe: insights from the ESC-CRT survey II

Anaïs Gauthey, Rik Willems, Yves Vandekerckhove, Wilfried Mullens, Liliana Stefan, Xavier Carryn, Dominique Blommaert, Georges Mairesse, Kenneth Dickstein, Camilla Normand, Cecilia Linde &
This subanalysis of the Euro-CRT survey II specifically focus on Belgian practice for CRT implantation. It explores Belgian adherence with the guidelines but also benchmark CRT practice in Belgium against the other European countries. Overall, Belgian management of CRT implantation is performed with great agreement with guidelines. This report could be used to provide guidance for both practical and economical approaches.

Safety and efficacy of vildagliptin: 52-week post-marketing surveillance of Japanese patients with type 2 diabetes in combination with other oral antidiabetics and insulin

Tomoko Hayashi, Hiroki Murayama, Yohei Shinfuku, Tomoko Taniguchi, Isao Tsumiyama &
Background: Vildagliptin is a dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor that reduces glycemia in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). When approved in 2013, data on vildagliptin combined with >750 mg/day metformin in Japanese patients were limited. There is a need to confirm the safety and efficacy of vildagliptin in combination with oral antidiabetic drugs (OADs). Research design and methods: This 52-week post-marketing surveillance (PMS) observational study in Japanese T2DM patients evaluated the safety and efficacy of...

Safety and efficacy of vildagliptin: 52-week post-marketing surveillance of Japanese patients with type 2 diabetes in combination with other oral antidiabetics and insulin

Tomoko Hayashi, Hiroki Murayama, Yohei Shinfuku, Tomoko Taniguchi, Isao Tsumiyama &
Background: Vildagliptin is a dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor that reduces glycemia in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). When approved in 2013, data on vildagliptin combined with >750 mg/day metformin in Japanese patients were limited. There is a need to confirm the safety and efficacy of vildagliptin in combination with oral antidiabetic drugs (OADs). Research design and methods: This 52-week post-marketing surveillance (PMS) observational study in Japanese T2DM patients evaluated the safety and efficacy of...

Supplementary Figures 1 - 3 from Inter-generational consequences for growing C. elegans in liquid.

Itamar Lev, Roberta Bril, , Lucila Inés Ceré & Oded Rechavi
Figure S1. F1 progeny of liquid grown worms are longer irrespectively of the concentration in which their liquid-grown parents were grown. The normalized lengths of F1 progeny of worms grown in liquid in different concentrations (x-axis) and progeny of plate-grown controls are presented. The measured length is normalized to the corresponding control progeny of plate-grown worms. ****p-value <0.0001. One-way ANOVA, Sidak's multiple comparisons test. Error bars represent standard deviations.; Figure S2. Immobile mutant worms do...

Supplementary Figure 2. Immobile mutant worms do not alter their morphology when grown in liquid, but their progeny are longer. from Inter-generational consequences for growing C. elegans in liquid

Itamar Lev, Roberta Bril, , Lucila Inés Ceré & Oded Rechavi
(A) Representative photographs of plate- and liquid- grown wild type and unc-119 adult worms. (B) Quantification of the length of the parental unc-119 mutants grown either on plates or in liquid. The measured length was normalized to the corresponding control worms. Data from three independent biological repeats are presented (N>80). ****p-value<0.0001, Sidak's multiple comparisons test. (C) Plate-grown progeny of immobile unc-119 mutant worms are longer than plate grown controls. The length of F1 plate-grown progeny...

Supplementary Figure 2. Immobile mutant worms do not alter their morphology when grown in liquid, but their progeny are longer. from Inter-generational consequences for growing C. elegans in liquid

Itamar Lev, Roberta Bril, , Lucila Inés Ceré & Oded Rechavi
(A) Representative photographs of plate- and liquid- grown wild type and unc-119 adult worms. (B) Quantification of the length of the parental unc-119 mutants grown either on plates or in liquid. The measured length was normalized to the corresponding control worms. Data from three independent biological repeats are presented (N>80). ****p-value<0.0001, Sidak's multiple comparisons test. (C) Plate-grown progeny of immobile unc-119 mutant worms are longer than plate grown controls. The length of F1 plate-grown progeny...

Supplementary material from \"Inter-generational consequences for growing C. elegans in liquid\"

Itamar Lev, Roberta Bril, , Lucila Inés Ceré & Oded Rechavi
In recent years, studies in Caenorhabditis elegans nematodes have shown that different stresses can generate multigenerational changes. Here, we show that worms that grow in liquid media, and also their plate-grown progeny, are different from worms whose ancestors were grown on plates. It has been suggested that C. elegans might encounter liquid environments in nature, although actual observations in the wild are few and far between. By contrast, in the laboratory, growing worms in liquid...

Reliable change indices for the 37-item version of the MMSE in Spanish older adults

Bernardino Fernández-Calvo, Israel Contador, Gordon Chelune, David Lora, Sara Llamas, Ester Tapias & Félix Bermejo-Pareja
The aim of this study was to establish reliable change and regression-based change score norms on the 37-item version of MMSE in older Spanish adults at the three-year follow-up. All subjects of this research were selected from the Neurological Disorders in Central Spain (NEDICES), a prospective population-based cohort study of older adults (65 years and over). Of the 4208 individuals free from neurological disorders in this cohort, 2073 participants completed the MMSE-37 at baseline and...

Reliable change indices for the 37-item version of the MMSE in Spanish older adults

Bernardino Fernández-Calvo, Israel Contador, Gordon Chelune, David Lora, Sara Llamas, Ester Tapias & Félix Bermejo-Pareja
The aim of this study was to establish reliable change and regression-based change score norms on the 37-item version of MMSE in older Spanish adults at the three-year follow-up. All subjects of this research were selected from the Neurological Disorders in Central Spain (NEDICES), a prospective population-based cohort study of older adults (65 years and over). Of the 4208 individuals free from neurological disorders in this cohort, 2073 participants completed the MMSE-37 at baseline and...

Mining zebrafish microbiota reveals key community-level resistance against fish pathogen infection

Amine Ghozlane
Metagenomic dataset of zetabrafish microbiota.These data can be analysed with shaman.pasteur.fr

Week 5 Open Files

Tammy Troup
Eighteen (18) digital files derived from the sixth conversation held May 18, 2019. Related to master file Britam_audio_07.aup. File types include audio, transcripts, and metadata; file formats include .wav, .rtf, and .csv.

Week 5 Open Files

Tammy Troup
Eighteen (18) digital files derived from the sixth conversation held May 18, 2019. Related to master file Britam_audio_07.aup. File types include audio, transcripts, and metadata; file formats include .wav, .rtf, and .csv.

GEANT4 fluxes

GEANT4 simulations to obtain FIREBIRD-II fluxes for the 2017-07-09 event. The fluxes, at first approximation, are also available at the website http://solar.physics.montana.edu/FIREBIRD_II/.

Global incidence of bronchopulmonary dysplasia among extremely preterm infants: a systematic literature review

Csaba Siffel, Kristin D. Kistler, Juliana F. M. Lewis & Sujata P. Sarda
Background: Infants born extremely preterm (<28 weeks gestational age (GA)) face a high risk of neonatal mortality. Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) is the most common morbidity of prematurity. Objective: To evaluate the global incidence of BPD among infants born extremely preterm. Design: A systematic review of the literature was conducted in Embase and MEDLINE (via PubMed) using a prespecified search strategy for BPD and prematurity. Observational studies published in English between 16 May 2006 and 16...

DEMOSTRACIÓN VISUAL DE LA CONJETURA DE COLLATZ.pdf

Miquel Cerdà Bennassar
Demostración visual de la conjetura de Collatz

Data for: Testing relationship recognition in wild jackdaws (Corvus monedula)

Victoria Lee, Guillam E. McIvor & Alex Thornton
Accompanying data for: Testing relationship recognition in wild jackdaws (Corvus monedula) (2019), V. E. Lee, G. M. McIvor, A. Thornton.

Supplementary Material for: Fetal Cystoscopy and Vesicoamniotic Shunting in Lower Urinary Tract Obstruction: Long-Term Outcome and Current Technical Limitations

N. Vinit, A. Gueneuc, B. Bessières, S. Dreux, L. Heidet, R. Salomon, A. Lapillonne, G. DeBernardis, L.J. Salomon, J.J. Stirnemann, T. Blanc & Y. Ville
Background: In utero therapeutic approaches for lower urinary tract obstruction (LUTO) have been developed to salvage the fetal kidney function. Objective: The aim of this work was to report the long-term survival, nephrological, and urological outcome of children treated prenatally for LUTO using operative fetal cystoscopy (FC) and vesicoamniotic shunting (VAS) or both. Methods: A retrospective study of 48 procedures (23 FC, 25 VAS) was performed on 33 patients (between 2008 and 2018). Reviewed data...

This is the experimental data of the manuscript entitled “A new environment-aware scheduling method for remanufacturing system with non-dedicated reprocessing lines using improved flower pollination algorithm”. All data are generated through computer simulation and saved in the file with csv format. There are 12 instances for these experiments, which cover multiple scales. The datasets show the carbon emission signature, the weights for two objectives, the time to complete the corresponding operations in the corresponding workstations...

The Global War on Terror as a Catalyst for Cooperation: Analyzing India-Southeast Asia Relations from 1947 to the Post-9/11 Period

Don McLain Gill
India's independence in 1947 became the starting point for the South Asian state to tread a path towards its national interests. Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru envisioned an India that had two core pillars:1) a non-aligned policy 2) a central role in the Indian Ocean and the Asian continent. However, the Cold War period brought a number of challenges upon India that served as a preoccupation from an outward foreign policy approach. The consecutive wars with...

A new nothosaur (Sauropterygia) from the Ladinian of Vellberg-Eschenau, southern Germany

Juliane K. Hinz, Andreas T. Matzke &
A new species of Nothosaurus from the Lower Keuper (Lettenkeuper, Ladinian, Erfurt Formation) of Vellberg-Eschenau, southern Germany, is described on the basis of a nearly complete skull that is only missing the lower jaw. Together with Nothosaurus edingerae, it is the only valid Nothosaurus species exclusively known from the Lower Keuper (Ladinian) of the Germanic Basin. Nothosaurus cristatus, sp. nov., differs from all other nothosaurs by exhibiting a postorbital that is excluded from the orbital...

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