16 Works

Islamic Hotel Indicators: A Bibliometric Study

Aam Slamet Rusydiana Mr, Fatin Fadhilah Hasib & Solihah Sari Rahayu

Hajj Investment Fund: A Bibliographic Study of The Hajj Economy

Aam Rusydiana, Muhammad Syafii Antonio, Aisyah Assalafiyah & Akhmad Yusup

Data from: Competing for blood: the ecology of parasite resource competition in human malaria-helminth co-infections

Sarah A. Budischak, Aprilianto E. Wiria, Firdaus Hamid, Linda J. Wammes, Maria M. M. Kaisar, Lisette Van Lieshout, Erliyani Sartono, Taniawati Supali, Maria Yazdanbakhsh & Andrea L. Graham
Ecological theory suggests that co-infecting parasite species can interact within hosts directly, via host immunity and/or via resource competition. In mice, competition for red blood cells (RBCs) between malaria and bloodsucking helminths can regulate malaria population dynamics, but the importance of RBC competition in human hosts was unknown. We analyzed infection density (i.e. the concentration of parasites in infected hosts), from a 2-year deworming study of over 4,000 human subjects. After accounting for resource-use differences...

Data from: Revisiting the measurement of anomie

Ali Teymoori, Jolanda Jetten, Brock Bastian, Amarina Ariyanto, Frédérique Autin, Nadia Ayub, Constantina Badea, Tomasz Besta, Fabrizio Butera, Rui Costa-Lopes, Lijuan Cui, Carole Fantini, Gillian Finchilesc, Lowell Gaertner, Mario Gollwitzer, Ángel Gómez, Roberto González, Ying Yi Hong, Dorthe Høj Jensen, Minoru Karasawa, Thomas Kessler, Olivier Klein, Marcus Lima, Tuuli Anna Mähönen, Laura Megevand … & Gillian Finchilescu
Sociologists coined the term "anomie" to describe societies that are characterized by disintegration and deregulation. Extending beyond conceptualizations of anomie that conflate the measurements of anomie as 'a state of society' and as a 'state of mind', we disentangle these conceptualizations and develop an analysis and measure of this phenomenon focusing on anomie as a perception of the 'state of society'. We propose that anomie encompasses two dimensions: a perceived breakdown in social fabric (i.e.,...

Microbial contamination of groundwater self-supply in urban Indonesia

Timothy Foster, Franziska Genter, Juliet Willetts, Cindy Rianti Priadi, Gita Lestari Putri & Mochamad Adhiraga Pratama

Data from: Special care dentistry perception among dentists in Jakarta: an online survey study

Masita Mandasari, Hajer Derbi, Febrina Rahmayanti & Yuniardini Septorini Wimardhani
Special Care Dentistry (SCD) or Special Needs Dentistry is a branch of dentistry concerned with the oral health of people with a variety of medical conditions or limitations that require more than routine delivery of care. There were reports on oral status of special care patients and special interest group for SCD dentists in Indonesia has existed. However, there was not perception report on SCD amongst dentists in Jakarta. This paper will describe the perception...

Developing a Strategic Model for Halal Tourism in Aceh

Nurul Huda, Nova Rini, Muslikh Muslikh & Slamet Hidayat

Data from: Stochastic faunal exchanges drive diversification in widespread Wallacean and Pacific island lizards (Squamata: Scincidae: Lamprolepis smaragdina)

Charles W. Linkem, Rafe M. Brown, Cameron D. Siler, Ben J. Evans, Christopher C. Austin, Djoko T. Iskandar, Arvin C. Diesmos, Jatna Supriatna, Noviar Andayani, Jimmy A. McGuire & Malte Ebach
Aim: Widespread species found in disturbed habitats are often expected to be human commensals. In island systems, this association predicts that dispersal will be mediated by humans. We investigated the biogeographical relationships among populations of a widespread tree skink that inhabits coastal forest and human-cultivated plantations in Southeast Asia. We sought to determine whether populations of the emerald tree skink, Lamprolepis smaragdina, dis- persed via mechanisms that were not human-mediated (‘natural’ dispersal) or whether dispersal...

Ectoparasites in rats and shrews data related to leptospirosis in West Jakarta

Dewi Susanna, Rusyda Ihwani Tantia Nova & Rozek Laura
This study aimed to determine the presence and species of the rats and shrews that can potentially cause leptospirosis in West Jakarta and the species of ectoparasites found in them. Methods: The research was a descriptive study employing a cross-sectional approach. The study population was all species of rats and shrews in the region and the sample collection technique used was purposive sampling. The traps were installed in the homes of respondents who had suffered...

Mechanisms of cyto-toxicity of chemical agents to giant cell tumor: an in-vitro study

Achmad Kamal, Akbar Asdi, Ahmad Rahyussalim, Rio Wikanjaya, Resda Syahrani, Tri Kurniawati & Septelia Wanandi
Background:Various chemicals have been used as an adjuvant treatment for giant cell tumor (GCT). However, the comparative effect of these chemicals remains unclear. Methods:Cell line from GCT patients characterized by gene markers Nanog and Oct ¾ expression with RT-PCR was obtained. GCT cells were treated with H2O2 1%, 3%, 5% and ethanol 75%, 85%, 95% for 10 minutes and in vitro doses of H2O2 (0.003%, 0.005%, 0.01%, 0.03 %, 0.1%, 0.3%) for 5 minutes and...

Bird community data from Wallacea biogeographic region collected 2018-2020

S.L. Mitchell, D.P. Edwards, R.W. Martin, A. Kastanya, A. Karja, P.G. Akbar, K. Jordan, T. Martin, J. Supriatna, N. Winarni, Z.G. Davies & M.J. Struebig
Bird community data from fixed point count stations generated by experienced ornithologists in Borneo and the Wallacean islands of Sulawesi (Buton), Seram, Buru, Talaud and Sangihe. Bird surveys were undertaken between 2016 and 2020, with work on any given island lasting ~3 months, except for Borneo where surveys were undertaken across 3 years (2014 – 2016). Surveys were repeated four times at each site on Sulawesi (Buton), Seram, Buru and once each on Talaud and...

A green extraction design for enhancing flavonoid compounds from the Ixora javanica flowers using a deep eutectic solvent

Nina Dewi Oktaviyanti, Kartini Kartini, Mochammad Arbi Hadiyat, Ellen Rachmawati, Andre Chandra Wijaya, Hayun Hayun & Abdul Mun'im
In this study, an environmentally friendly extraction method for flavonoid compound from Ixora javanica as a new raw material candidate for herbal medicine and cosmetics, was developed. The objectives of the present work were to provide recommendations for the optimal extraction conditions and to investigate the effects of any extraction parameters on flavonoid yields from the I. javanica flower. The extraction process was performed using deep eutectic solvent (DES) (choline chloride and propylene glycol at...

Data from: Knowledge, attitudes, and practices among Indonesian urban communities regarding HPV infection, cervical cancer, and HPV vaccination

Hariyono Winarto, Muhammad Habiburrahman, Maya Dorothea, Andrew Wijaya, Kartiwa Hadi Nuryanto, Fitriyadi Kusuma, Tofan Widya Utami & Tricia Dewi Anggraeni
Background: Few studies explored Indonesian understanding of cervical cancer (CC) and the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination. We aimed to investigate the association between knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) and socio-demographical influences related to HPV, CC, and vaccination among Indonesian urban citizens. Methods: We conducted an online survey during March 2020-August 2021 using the Snowball sampling technique. The socio-demographic characteristic and KAP responses were collected via Google Forms from 400 respondents in Jakarta. The knowledge and...

Data from: Controlling trapping, overgrazing and invasive vegetation is key to saving Java's last population of the Black-winged Myna

Thomas M Squires, Nigel J Collar, Christian Devenish, Andrew Owen, Arif Pratiwi, Nurul L Winarni & Stuart J Marsden
The Black-winged Myna (Acridotheres melanopterus) is an Endangered passerine endemic to the islands of Java and Bali, Indonesia. Illegal trapping to supply the cage-bird trade has led to its near-total extinction, with the global population estimated to number fewer than 100 individuals. The only known population of Black-winged Mynas on Java occurs at Baluran National Park (BNP). These data were generated to meet the two primary aims of the linked paper: the first was to...

Data from: Type 1 interferon-inducible gene expression in QuantiFERON Gold TB-positive uveitis: a tool to stratify a high versus low risk of active tuberculosis?

Rina La Distia Nora, Ratna Sitompul, Marleen Bakker, Marjan A. Versnel, Sigrid M. A. Swagemakers, Peter J. Van Der Spek, Made Susiyanti, Lukman Edwar, Soedarman Sjamsoe, Gurmeet Singh, R. Diah Handayani, Aniki Rothova, P. Martin Van Hagen & Willem A. Dik
QuantiFERON-Gold TB (QFT)-positive patients with undetermined cause of uveitis are problematic in terms of whether to diagnose and treat them for tuberculosis (TB). Here, we investigated whether peripheral blood expression of type 1 interferon (IFN)-inducible genes may be of use to stratify QFT-positive patients with uveitis into groups of high versus low risk of having active TB-associated uveitis. We recruited all new uveitis patients in Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Jakarta, Indonesia for one year. We included...

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