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Additional file 3 of Identification of TLN1 as a prognostic biomarker to effect cell proliferation and differentiation in acute myeloid leukemia

Di Cui, Xilong Cui, Xiaoliang Xu, Wenjing Zhang, Yu Yu, Yingxin Gao, Chuanzhong Mei & Weiwei Zheng
Additional file 3.

Additional file 4 of Identification of TLN1 as a prognostic biomarker to effect cell proliferation and differentiation in acute myeloid leukemia

Di Cui, Xilong Cui, Xiaoliang Xu, Wenjing Zhang, Yu Yu, Yingxin Gao, Chuanzhong Mei & Weiwei Zheng
Additional file 4.

Al₂O₃-YAG:Ce/YAG composite ceramic phosphor in a transmissive configuration for high-brightness laser-driven lighting

Pengfei Sang, Le Zhang, Jian Kang, yanbin li, shiwei chen, peng yang, Bingheng Sun, Yang Li & Hao Chen
High-power, high-brightness laser lighting promotes new requirements for light-conversion materials, such as high thermal conductivity, high saturation threshold and compact encapsulation. In this paper, we designed and fabricated a novel composite structure ceramic including a 1.0×1.0 mm2 Al₂O₃-YAG:Ce ceramic and a φ=16.0 mm transparent YAG ceramic for the transmissive configuration in laser lighting. When pumped by blue laser from 0~60 W mm2, all the samples exhibited no luminous saturation phenomenon, and the 10.0 wt.%Al₂O₃-YAG:Ce/YAG composite...

Nickel(II) complex anchored on MCM-41, a reusable catalyst for the synthesis of benzimidazole and quinazolinone

Udai P. Singh, Saurabh Sharma & Arti Malik
The Ni(II) complex of N2,N6-bis(3-(triethoxysilyl)propyl)pyridine-2,6-dicarboxamide (PDCA) has been prepared in situ and immobilized on MCM-41 to prepare a heterogeneous catalyst. Techniques such as FT-IR, low angle powder XRD, TGA, SEM, TEM, MP-AES, and N2 sorption studies were used for characterization of the isolated heterogeneous catalyst, MCM-41@PDCA-Ni. MCM-41@PDCA-Ni was used for the synthesis of benzimidazoles and quinazolinones in coupling reaction of substituted benzaldehyde with o-phenylenediamine and anthranilamide, respectively. The new catalyst showed tolerance towards both electron-withdrawing...

Additional file 1 of Integrated dose–response metabolomics with therapeutic effects and adverse reactions may demystify the dosage of traditional Chinese medicine

Yan-Yan Chen, Jia-Qian Chen, Yu-Ping Tang, Er-Xin Shang, Qi Zhao, Jun-Bo Zou, Ding-Qiao Xu, Shi-Jun Yue, Jie Yang, Rui-Jia Fu, Gui-Sheng Zhou & Jin-Ao Duan
Additional file 1: Quality Control of Rhubarb, Figure S1 Multicomponent quantification of the rhubarb, Table S1 Calibration curve of 15 analytes. Animal Experiments, Figure S2 Average food intake (A), weight (B), fecal pellet numbers (C) and fecal water content (D) of the normal group and model group, Figure S3 Evacuation index (A) and fecal water content (B) of the normal group, model group and rhubarb groups, Figure S4 Pathological sections of colons in the normal...

Improving winter wheat yield estimation under complex irrigation conditions through coupling APSIM crop growth model and the machine learning approach

Quandi Niu, Jianxi Huang, Xuecao Li, Hai Huang, Haixiang Guan, Wei Wang, Wei Su, Li Li, Shuangxi Miao & Dongqin Yin
The annual dynamics of winter wheat yield in Henan, China from 2018 to 2021 are provided, with the resolution of 20m and GeoTiff format.

sj-docx-1-npx-10.1177_1934578X221127960 - Supplemental material for The Effect of Coumestrol on Hub Genes in Lung Squamous Cell Carcinoma Based on Bioinformatic Strategy

Qingqing Shan, Yifan Zhang, Xu Zhang, Wei Wang & Zongan Liang
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-npx-10.1177_1934578X221127960 for The Effect of Coumestrol on Hub Genes in Lung Squamous Cell Carcinoma Based on Bioinformatic Strategy by Qingqing Shan, Yifan Zhang, Xu Zhang, Wei Wang and Zongan Liang in Natural Product Communications

sj-docx-1-pmj-10.1177_02692163221136641 – Supplemental material for An emergency department nurse led intervention to facilitate serious illness conversations among seriously ill older adults: A feasibility study

Kei Ouchi, Rachel S. Lee, Susan D. Block, Emily L. Aaronson, Mohammad A. Hasdianda, Wei Wang, Sarah Rossmassler, Ruth Palan Lopez, Donna Berry, Rebecca Sudore, Mara A. Schonberg & James A. Tulsky
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-pmj-10.1177_02692163221136641 for An emergency department nurse led intervention to facilitate serious illness conversations among seriously ill older adults: A feasibility study by Kei Ouchi, Rachel S. Lee, Susan D. Block, Emily L. Aaronson, Mohammad A. Hasdianda, Wei Wang, Sarah Rossmassler, Ruth Palan Lopez, Donna Berry, Rebecca Sudore, Mara A. Schonberg and James A. Tulsky in Palliative Medicine

An emergency department nurse led intervention to facilitate serious illness conversations among seriously ill older adults: A feasibility study

Kei Ouchi, Rachel S. Lee, Susan D. Block, Emily L. Aaronson, Mohammad A. Hasdianda, Wei Wang, Sarah Rossmassler, Ruth Palan Lopez, Donna Berry, Rebecca Sudore, Mara A. Schonberg & James A. Tulsky
Background:Serious illness conversations may lead to care consistent with patients’ goals near the end of life. The emergency department could serve as an important time and location for these conversations.Aim:To determine the feasibility of an emergency department-based, brief motivational interview to stimulate serious illness conversations among seriously ill older adults by trained nurses.Design:A pre-/post-intervention studySettings/participants:In an urban, tertiary care, academic medical center and a community hospital from January 2021 to January 2022, we prospectively enrolled...

A potential novel inflammation biomarker for predicting the prognosis of decompensated liver cirrhosis

Yanan Xie, Chiyi He & Wei Wang
This study aimed to explore the prognostic value of the lymphocyte (LYM)-to-white blood cell (WBC) ratio (LWR) in patients with decompensated liver cirrhosis (DLC). This study was conducted by recruiting 214 patients with DLC with different aetiologies (development cohort). Receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve analyses were used to assess the predictive accuracy of the LWR, and Youden’s index was used to determine the optimal cut-off values of the LWR based on the ROC curve. Next,...

Design of a VIS-NIR superachromatic triplet with five-color correction for a broadband interferometer

Qi Lu, Yifan Ding, Wei Wang, Shijie Liu & Min Xu
In general, 𝑘 lenses with different materials can achieve at most (𝑘+1)-color correction (𝑘≥2). In this paper, a superachromat containing three lenses is designed to achieve five-color correction in the 600 - 1600 nm waveband, where the maximum chromatic focal shift is controlled within 1/100,000 of the focal length, achieving an almost unprecedented result. Conditions for lens power combination of three thin lenses in contact are firstly derived based on the Buchdahl dispersion equation, then...

Additional file 1 of Short-term effects of tropical cyclones on the incidence of dengue: a time-series study in Guangzhou, China

Chuanxi Li, Zhe Zhao, Yu Yan, Qiyong Liu, Qi Zhao & Wei Ma
Additional file 1: Table S1. The detail information of tropical cyclones during the study period. Table S2. The lag and cumulative effects of tropical storm and typhoon on dengue incidence among subgroups. Figure. S1. The lag effects of tropical cyclones on dengue incidence when changing the meteorological factors in the model. Figure. S2. The lag effects of tropical cyclones on dengue incidence when changing the df (2–5) for WAT, WCP, WARH, and time. Figure. S3....

Short-term effects of tropical cyclones on the incidence of dengue: a time-series study in Guangzhou, China

Chuanxi Li, Zhe Zhao, Yu Yan, Qiyong Liu, Qi Zhao & Wei Ma
Abstract Background Limited evidence is available about the association between tropical cyclones and dengue incidence. This study aimed to examine the effects of tropical cyclones on the incidence of dengue and to explore the vulnerable populations in Guangzhou, China. Methods Weekly dengue case data, tropical cyclone and meteorological data during the tropical cyclones season (June to October) from 2015 to 2019 were collected for the study. A quasi-Poisson generalized linear model combined with a distributed...

Additional file 1 of Cancer-associated fibroblast-specific lncRNA LINC01614 enhances glutamine uptake in lung adenocarcinoma

Tongyan Liu, Chencheng Han, Panqi Fang, Zhifei Ma, Xiaoxiao Wang, Hao Chen, Siwei Wang, Fanchen Meng, Cheng Wang, Erbao Zhang, Guozhang Dong, Hongyu Zhu, Wenda Yin, Jie Wang, Xianglin Zuo, Mantang Qiu, Jinke Wang, Xu Qian, Hongbing Shen, Lin Xu, Zhibin Hu & Rong Yin
Additional file 1. Supplementary Tables.

Cancer-associated fibroblast-specific lncRNA LINC01614 enhances glutamine uptake in lung adenocarcinoma

Tongyan Liu, Chencheng Han, Panqi Fang, Zhifei Ma, Xiaoxiao Wang, Hao Chen, Siwei Wang, Fanchen Meng, Cheng Wang, Erbao Zhang, Guozhang Dong, Hongyu Zhu, Wenda Yin, Jie Wang, Xianglin Zuo, Mantang Qiu, Jinke Wang, Xu Qian, Hongbing Shen, Lin Xu, Zhibin Hu & Rong Yin
Abstract Background Besides featured glucose consumption, recent studies reveal that cancer cells might prefer “addicting” specific energy substrates from the tumor microenvironment (TME); however, the underlying mechanisms remain unclear. Methods Fibroblast-specific long noncoding RNAs were screened using RNA-seq data of our NJLCC cohort, TCGA, and CCLE datasets. The expression and package of LINC01614 into exosomes were identified using flow cytometric sorting, fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH), and quantitative reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR). The...

Additional file 2 of The landscape of hervRNAs transcribed from human endogenous retroviruses across human body sites

Jianqi She, Minghao Du, Zhanzhan Xu, Yueqi Jin, Yu Li, Daoning Zhang, Changyu Tao, Jian Chen, Jiadong Wang & Ence Yang
Additional file 2: Table S1-S15. Supplementary tables.

The landscape of hervRNAs transcribed from human endogenous retroviruses across human body sites

Jianqi She, Minghao Du, Zhanzhan Xu, Yueqi Jin, Yu Li, Daoning Zhang, Changyu Tao, Jian Chen, Jiadong Wang & Ence Yang
Abstract Background Human endogenous retroviruses (HERVs), the remnants of ancient retroviruses, account for 8% of the human genome, but most have lost their transcriptional abilities under physiological conditions. However, mounting evidence shows that several expressed HERVs do exert biological functions. Here, we systematically characterize physiologically expressed HERVs and examine whether they may give insight into the molecular fundamentals of human development and disease. Results We systematically identify 13,889 expressed HERVs across normal body sites and...

Identification of the origin of tumor in vein: comparison between CEUS LI-RADS v2017 and v2016 for patients at high risk

Wen-juan Tong, Mei-qing Cheng, Man-xia Lin, Hang-tong Hu, Jia-min Pan, Hui Huang, Ying Wang, Xiao-yan Xie, Ming-de Lu, Ming Kuang, Yang Huang & Wei Wang
Abstract Objectives To compare the diagnostic performance of the Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound (CEUS) Liver Imaging Report and Data System (LI-RADS) v2016 and v2017 in identifying the origin of tumor in vein (TIV). Methods From April 2014 to December 2018, focal liver lesions (FLLs) accompanied by TIV formation in patients at high risk for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) were enrolled. Histologic evaluation or composite imaging reference standard were served as the reference standard. Each case was categorized according...

Additional file 1 of Phylogenomics, plastome degradation and mycoheterotrophy evolution of Neottieae (Orchidaceae), with emphasis on the systematic position and Loess Plateau-Changbai Mountains disjunction of Diplandrorchis

Huan-Wen Peng, Lian Lian, Jun Zhang, Andrey S. Erst & Wei Wang
Additional file 1: Table S1. Taxa, distribution, and GenBank accession numbers for the sequences used in this study. Table S2. Comparison of the fit of different models of biogeographical range evolution and model-specific estimates for the different parameters. Table S3. Manual dispersal multipliers. Table S4. Georeferenced records of D. sinica used for species distribution modeling.

Additional file 1 of Phylogenomics, plastome degradation and mycoheterotrophy evolution of Neottieae (Orchidaceae), with emphasis on the systematic position and Loess Plateau-Changbai Mountains disjunction of Diplandrorchis

Huan-Wen Peng, Lian Lian, Jun Zhang, Andrey S. Erst & Wei Wang
Additional file 1: Table S1. Taxa, distribution, and GenBank accession numbers for the sequences used in this study. Table S2. Comparison of the fit of different models of biogeographical range evolution and model-specific estimates for the different parameters. Table S3. Manual dispersal multipliers. Table S4. Georeferenced records of D. sinica used for species distribution modeling.

Additional file 2 of Phylogenomics, plastome degradation and mycoheterotrophy evolution of Neottieae (Orchidaceae), with emphasis on the systematic position and Loess Plateau-Changbai Mountains disjunction of Diplandrorchis

Huan-Wen Peng, Lian Lian, Jun Zhang, Andrey S. Erst & Wei Wang
Additional file 2: Fig. S1. Evolutionary inference of nutrition types for Neottieae. Numbers in bold near branches indicate the node number, as referred to Fig. 3. Large pie charts show the relative probabilities of alternative ancestral states obtained by BayesTraits. Fig. S2. Ancestral range reconstruction for Neottieae using BioGeoBEARS under the statistical DEC model. Numbers in bold near branches indicate the node number, as referred to Fig. 3. Large pie charts show the relative probabilities...

Phylogenomics, plastome degradation and mycoheterotrophy evolution of Neottieae (Orchidaceae), with emphasis on the systematic position and Loess Plateau-Changbai Mountains disjunction of Diplandrorchis

Huan-Wen Peng, Lian Lian, Jun Zhang, Andrey S. Erst & Wei Wang
Abstract Background Mycoheterotrophy is a unique survival strategy adapted to dense forests and has attracted biologists’ attention for centuries. However, its evolutionary origin and related plastome degradation are poorly understood. The tribe Neottieae contains various nutrition types, i.e., autotrophy, mixotrophy, and mycoheterotrophy. Here, we present a comprehensive phylogenetic analysis of the tribe based on plastome and nuclear ITS data. We inferred the evolutionary shift of nutrition types, constructed the patterns of plastome degradation, and estimated...

SOMAS

Peiyuan Gao, Amity Andersen, Jonathan Sepulveda, Gihan Panapitiya, Aaron Hollas, Emily Saldanha, Vijayakumar Murugesan & Wei Wang
SOMAS dataset and XYZ files

Additional file 1 of Association between serum homocysteine and sarcopenia among hospitalized older Chinese adults: a cross-sectional study

Bing Lu, Lingyu Shen, Haiqiong Zhu, Ling Xi, Wei Wang & Xiaojun Ouyang
Additional file 1: Excel 1. Raw data.

Additional file 1 of Turning up the heat on non-immunoreactive tumors: autophagy influences the immune microenvironment in pancreatic cancer

Si-Yuan Lu, Jie Hua, Jiang Liu, Miao-Yan Wei, Chen Liang, Qing-Cai Meng, Bo Zhang, Xian Jun Yu, Wei Wang & Jin Xu
Supplementary Material 1

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