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Supplemental Materails: A mechanically-coupled reaction diffusion model that incorporates intra-tumoral heterogeneity to predict in vivo glioma growth

David Hormuth
This is Matlab code and data that reproduces panels from figures 3-8 in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface submission A mechanically-coupled reaction diffusion model that incorprates intra-tumoral heterogenity to predict in vivo glioma growth. Authors: Hormuth II, DA; Weis JA; Barnes SL; Miga MI; Rericha EC: Quaranta V: Yankeelov TE.

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Additional file 2: of Overexpression of SrDXS1 and SrKAH enhances steviol glycosides content in transgenic Stevia plants

, Yan Zhuang, &
Figure S2. Representative phenotypes of the regenerated shoots. a Unhealthy looking regenerated shoots with watery and translucent appearance and slight browning. b and c Healthy looking callus with few shoots typical of regenerated shoots under Condition E (b) and many regenerated shoots typical of Condition F (c). Scale bar = 0.5 cm. (PDF 157 kb)

Additional file 2: of Overexpression of SrDXS1 and SrKAH enhances steviol glycosides content in transgenic Stevia plants

, Yan Zhuang, &
Figure S2. Representative phenotypes of the regenerated shoots. a Unhealthy looking regenerated shoots with watery and translucent appearance and slight browning. b and c Healthy looking callus with few shoots typical of regenerated shoots under Condition E (b) and many regenerated shoots typical of Condition F (c). Scale bar = 0.5 cm. (PDF 157 kb)

How do midwives facilitate women to give birth during physiological second stage of labour? A protocol for a systematic review

Corine Verhoeven, Dale Spence, Viola Nyman, & Maria Healy
Abstract Background Midwivesâ practices during the second stage of labour vary nationally and internationally. We aim to retrieve evidence that supports high-quality intrapartum care by conducting a systematic review of the literature. Methods Electronic bibliographic databases including PubMed, EMBASE.com , Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL), PsycINFO, Maternity and Infant Care Database (through MIDIRS), and The Cochrane Library will be searched to identify studies that meet the inclusion criteria. No language or...

Additional file 4: of Overexpression of SrDXS1 and SrKAH enhances steviol glycosides content in transgenic Stevia plants

, Yan Zhuang, &
Figure S4. Representative chromatograms from UHPLC analysis of steviol glycosides. a Chromatogram of leaf extract from SrDXS-OE #5 compared to that of the Wild type (WT) and standard sample mixture (Standard) of nine steviol glycosides (Rebaudioside D, Rebaudioside A, Stevioside, Rebaudioside F, Rebaudioside C, Dulcoside A, Rubusoside, Rebaudioside B, Steviolbioside) as indicated on the diagram. b Chromatogram of leaf extract from SrKAH-OE #1 aligned with that of WT and Standard. (PDF 172 kb)

HIV treatment regimens and adherence to national guidelines in Australia: an analysis of dispensing data from the Australian pharmaceutical benefits scheme

Nila Dharan, Tomas Radovich, Samuel Che, Kathy Petoumenos, , Matthew Law, Robin Huang, Hamish McManus, Mark Polizzotto, Rebecca Guy, Peter Cronin, David Cooper & Richard Gray
Abstract Background Treatment guidelines for antiretroviral therapy (ART) have evolved to emphasize newer regimens that address ageing-related comorbidities. Using national Australian dispensing data we compare ART regimens with Australian HIV treatment guidelines in the context of treated comorbidities. Methods The study population included all individuals in a 10% sample of national data from the Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) who purchased a prescription of ART during 2016. We defined each patientâ s most recently dispensed...

Additional file 7: of Analysis of ambient temperature-responsive transcriptome in shoot apical meristem of heat-tolerant and heat-sensitive broccoli inbred lines during floral head formation

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Table S6. MapMan analysis results of the HT and HS enrichment gene sets. (XLSX 10 kb)

Effects of work conditions on provider mental well-being and quality of care: a mixed-methods intervention study in the emergency department

Anna Schneider, Markus Wehler & Matthias Weigl
Abstract Background Emergency departments (EDs) are highly dynamic and stressful care environments that affect provider and patient outcomes. Yet, effective interventions are missing. This study evaluated prospective effects of a multi-professional organizational-level intervention on changes in ED providersâ work conditions and well-being (primary outcomes) and patient-perceived quality of ED care (secondary outcome). Methods A before and after study including an interrupted time-series (ITS) design over 1 year was established in the multidisciplinary ED of a...

The bowel preparation for magnetic resonance enterography in patients with Crohn’s disease: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Min Dai, Ting Zhang, , , , Xiao Ding, Rong Rong, , &
Abstract Background Adequate bowel preparation is required for magnetic resonance enterography (MRE), which can be achieved by administering contrast solution after mid-gut tubing or taking contrast solution orally. We present the design of randomized controlled trial (RCT) to compare the efficacy and compliance of bowel preparation between mid-gut tubing and oral administering for MRE in patients with Crohn’s disease (CD). Methods/design This is an open-label, multicenter RCT. Ninety-six patients with CD in need of MRE...

Effect and feasibility of non-linear periodized resistance training in people with COPD: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Erik Frykholm, Peter Klijn, Didier Saey, Hieronymus Hees, Per Stål, Thomas Sandström, Ann Sörlin, François Maltais & André Nyberg
Abstract Background In people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), limb-muscle dysfunction is one of the most troublesome systemic manifestations of the disease, which at the functional level is evidenced by reduced strength and endurance of limb muscles. Improving limb-muscle function is an important therapeutic goal of COPD management, for which resistance training is recommended. However, current guidelines for resistance training in COPD mainly focus on improving muscle strength which only reflects one aspect of...

Additional file 1: of Effects of work conditions on provider mental well-being and quality of care: a mixed-methods intervention study in the emergency department

Anna Schneider, Markus Wehler & Matthias Weigl
Table S1. Dates of data collection. Dates of data collection at baseline and at follow-up. Table S2 Panel attrition: Loss to follow-up analysis. Analysis of loss to follow-up in provider survey participants from baseline to follow-up. (PDF 36â kb)

MOESM1 of Stress, anxiety and depression in clinical nurses in Vietnam: a cross-sectional survey and cluster analysis

Thi Tran, Ngoc Nguyen, Mai Luong, Thi Bui, Thi Phan, Van Tran, Thi Ngo, Harry Minas & Thuy Nguyen
Additional file 1. Questionnaires on demographic data and working conditions.

Additional file 1: of The bowel preparation for magnetic resonance enterography in patients with Crohnâ s disease: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Min Dai, Ting Zhang, , , , Xiao Ding, Rong Rong, , &
SPIRIT checklist. (DOC 117 kb)

Additional file 1: of Comparison of DNA methylation profiles associated with spontaneous preterm birth in placenta and cord blood

Xi-Meng Wang, Fu-Ying Tian, Li-Jun Fan, Chuan-Bo Xie, & Wei-Qing Chen
Figure S1. Sensitivity analysis of placenta and cord blood models. Scatter plots comparing negative log10p-values between the main analysis models [placenta (A) and cord blood (B) DNA methylation with respect to sPTB status, adjusted for maternal age, newborn gender, maternal education level, pre-pregnancy BMI, and when appropriate, either the first five principal components obtained from the ReFACTor function or estimated cell-type proportions] on the horizontal axis of A-B, and sensitivity analysis models [placenta (A) and...

Additional file 1: of Cytoplasmic glycoengineering of Apx toxin fragments in the development of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae glycoconjugate vaccines

Ian Passmore, Anna Andrejeva, Brendan Wren & Jon Cuccui
Table S1. Full LC-MS/MS output. (XLSX 15 kb)

Additional file 1: of Effect and feasibility of non-linear periodized resistance training in people with COPD: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Erik Frykholm, Peter Klijn, Didier Saey, Hieronymus Hees, Per Stål, Thomas Sandström, Ann Sörlin, François Maltais & André Nyberg
Standard Protocol Items: Recommendations for Interventional Trials (SPIRIT) 2013 Checklist: recommended items to address in a clinical trial protocol and related documents. (DOC 120 kb)

Additional file 2: of Cytoplasmic glycoengineering of Apx toxin fragments in the development of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae glycoconjugate vaccines

Ian Passmore, Anna Andrejeva, Brendan Wren & Jon Cuccui
Figure S1. MS/MS spectrum corresponding to peptide GDDEIYGNDTHDILYGDDGNDVIHGGDGNDHLVGGNGNDR from ApxIA modified with 2 hexose units, showed continuous fragmentation ions, which confirm the peptide identity. However, the modified site could not be conclusively determined. (PDF 142 kb)

Additional file 1: of Very low intensity ultrasounds as a new strategy to improve selective delivery of nanoparticles-complexes in cancer cells

Rossella Loria, Claudia Giliberti, Angelico Bedini, Raffaele Palomba, Giulio Caracciolo, Pierpaolo Ceci, Elisabetta Falvo, Raffaella Marconi, Rita Falcioni, Gianluca Bossi & Lidia Strigari
Figure S1. US treatments in 402–91 WT cells at lower intensities did not increase trabectedin effect. 402–91 WT cells were plated at density of 150,000 cells in 60 mm dish, and the day after treated for 1 h with trabectedin at a concentration of 10 nM. During the treatment cells were also exposed 1, 5, 10 or 15 min to LIUS source at intensities of 40 or 20 mW/cm2 (A and B). Histogram reported percentage of viable cells and error...

Additional file 4: of Cytoplasmic glycoengineering of Apx toxin fragments in the development of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae glycoconjugate vaccines

Ian Passmore, Anna Andrejeva, Brendan Wren & Jon Cuccui
Figure S3. MS/MS spectrum corresponding to peptide TGDGNDSITDSGGQDKLAFNATK from ApxIA modified with 1 (GNDSI) and 3 (FNATK) hexose units, showed continuous fragmentation ions, which confirm the peptide identity. (PDF 133 kb)

Additional file 5: of Cytoplasmic glycoengineering of Apx toxin fragments in the development of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae glycoconjugate vaccines

Ian Passmore, Anna Andrejeva, Brendan Wren & Jon Cuccui
Table S2. Strains used in this study. (DOCX 15 kb)

Additional file 2: of NCLcomparator: systematically post-screening non-co-linear transcripts (circular, trans-spliced, or fusion RNAs) identified from various detectors

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Table S2. The totally identified 17,313 intragenic and 766 intergenic NCL events by the 9 intragenic and 6 intergenic NCL detectors on the RNA-seq data of HeLa cells (XLSX 6083 kb)

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