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Anolis allogus draft genome (repeat-softmasked)

Shunsuke Kanamori, Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Shuji Shigenobu & Masakado Kawata
Repeatitive elements annotated by RepeatMasker were softmasked.

Possible link between brain size and flight mode in birds: Does soaring ease the energetic cost of the brain?

Kozue Shiomi
Elucidating determinants of interspecies variation in brain size has been a long-standing challenge in cognitive and evolutionary ecology. As the brain is an energetically expensive organ, energetic tradeoffs among organs are considered to play a key role in brain size evolution. This study examined the tradeoff between the brain and locomotion in birds by testing the relationship between brain size, flight modes with different energetic costs (flapping and soaring), and migratory behavior, using published data...

Anolis allogus gene annotation

Shunsuke Kanamori, Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Shuji Shigenobu & Masakado Kawata
The result of gene annotation for Anolis allogus genome using BRAKER2.

Anolis allogus CDS

Shunsuke Kanamori, Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Shuji Shigenobu & Masakado Kawata
Anolis allogus CDS predicted using BRAKER2.

Anolis homolechis draft genome (repeat-softmasked)

Shunsuke Kanamori, Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Shuji Shigenobu & Masakado Kawata
Repeatitive elements annotated by RepeatMasker were softmasked.

Anolis allisoni gene annotation

Shunsuke Kanamori, Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Shuji Shigenobu & Masakado Kawata
The result of gene annotation for Anolis isolepis genome using BRAKER2.

10x barcode fastq of Anolis homolechis used for Supernova de novo assembly

Shunsuke Kanamori, Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Shuji Shigenobu & Masakado Kawata
10x barcode fastq of Anolis homolechis used for Supernova de novo assembly. Paired-end short read data for Supernova de novo assembly were deposited in the DDBJ Short Read Archive database under BioProject accession number PRJDB13431.

Anolis isolepis peptide sequences

Shunsuke Kanamori, Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Shuji Shigenobu & Masakado Kawata
Anolis isolepis peptide sequences predicted using BRAKER2.

Anolis homolechis gene annotation

Shunsuke Kanamori, Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Shuji Shigenobu & Masakado Kawata
The result of gene annotation for Anolis homolechis genome using BRAKER2.

Anolis homolechis CDS

Shunsuke Kanamori, Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Shuji Shigenobu & Masakado Kawata
Anolis homolechis CDS predicted using BRAKER2.

Anolis allisoni gene annotation

Shunsuke Kanamori, Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Shuji Shigenobu & Masakado Kawata
The result of gene annotation for Anolis isolepis genome using BRAKER2.

Data from: Competitive consequences determined by phenotypic but not genetic distance: a study with asexual Daphnia genotypes

Jotaro Urabe, Xiaofei Tian & Hajime Ohtsuki
1. How evolutionary relatedness influences the strength of competitive interactions among genetically isolated populations has been a long-standing interest in ecology. Darwin's “Competition Relatedness Hypothesis (CRH)” states that, since closely related species should compete more strongly, they are less likely to coexist, while Herbert’s “Bimodal Competition Hypothesis (BCH)” predicts that competitive exclusion is less likely to occur when the competing species are genetically close or distant. 2. To test these hypotheses, we experimentally examined the...

Data from: Lineage-specific trait variations and plasticity of obligate parthenogenetic animals following the expansion of distribution range to a continental archipelago.

Jotaro Urabe, Xiaofei Tian, Maki Toyota & Hajime Ohtsuki
Two asexual lineages, JPN1 and JPN2, of panarctic Daphnia pulex expanded the distribution range to Japan from North America, independent of each other. According to the mutation rates within these lineages, JPN1 lineage colonized Japan earlier than JPN2 lineage. Moreover, the ratio of nonsynonymous to synonymous mutation rates (dN/dS) was lower in JPN1 than in JPN2 lineage. Accordingly, it is hypothesized that variations of phenotypic traits differ between these two lineages. In addition, since they...

Population pharmacokinetics and model-informed precision dosing of lamivudine in Chinese HIV-infected patients with mild and moderate impaired renal function

Haini Wen, Lin Yin, Jiangrong Wang, Lin Zhang, Tao Sun, Feng Xu, Minxin Zhang, Li Liu, Renfang Zhang, Xiaoqian Liu, Xianmin Meng, Yaru Xing, Hongzhou Lu, Zheng Jiao & Lijun Zhang
Lamivudine is a first-line medication used for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) treatment. To date, the population pharmacokinetics of lamivudine in Chinese HIV-infected adults have not been assessed. This study aimed to develop a population pharmacokinetic model for oral lamivudine in Chinese HIV-infected adults and to determine the optimal lamivudine dosage regimens. A total of 1113 samples, from 828 Chinese HIV-infected patients treated with lamivudine 300 mg every 24 hours, were pooled from two open-label, prospective...

Additional file 4 of Gamma-secretase inhibitor does not induce cytotoxicity in adult T-cell leukemia cell lines despite NOTCH1 expression

Shinsuke Suzuki, Sawako Hourai, Kimiharu Uozumi, Yuichirou Uchida, Makoto Yoshimitsu, Hachiman Miho, Naomichi Arima, Shin-ichi Ueno & Kenji Ishitsuka
Additional file 4.

Additional file 1 of Chromosomal coharboring of blaIMP-60 and mcr-9 in Enterobacter asburiae isolated from a Japanese woman with empyema: a case report

Yusuke Miyazato, Noriko Iwamoto, Masaru Usui, Toyotaka Sato, Tohru Miyoshi-Akiyama, Maki Nagashima, Kazuhisa Mezaki, Kayoko Hayakawa & Norio Ohmagari
Additional file 1: Supplementary Figure 1. Image of Enterobacter asburiae isolate colR/S plated on Mueller-Hinton agar with a colistin E test strip (left) and the disc diffusion method (right). Resistant colonies were present within the zone of clearing.

Continuous estimation of coseismic and early postseismic slip phenomena via the GNSS carrier phase to fault slip approach: a case study of the 2011 Tohoku-Oki sequence

Yusuke Tanaka, Yusaku Ohta & Shin’ichi Miyazaki
Abstract The transition process from coseismic to early postseismic phenomena within a half-day remains a significant topic for understanding the slip budget and friction properties of the fault. However, the investigation of this phase has undergone limited advancement. This is mainly due to the lack of precision pertaining to the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) analysis caused by difficulty of separation between fault slip and other unknown parameters such as tropospheric delay. Therefore, we propose...

Both indirect maternal and direct fetal genetic effects reflect the observational relationship between higher birth weight and lower adult bone mass

Jiang-Wei Xia, Lin Zhang, Jin Li, Cheng-Da Yuan, Xiao-Wei Zhu, Yu Qian, Saber Khederzadeh, Jia-Xuan Gu, Lin Xu, Jian-Hua Gao, Ke-Qi Liu, David Karasik, Shu-Yang Xie, Guo-Bo Chen & Hou-Feng Zheng
Abstract Background Birth weight is considered not only to undermine future growth, but also to induce lifelong diseases; the aim of this study is to explore the relationship between birth weight and adult bone mass. Methods We performed multivariable regression analyses to assess the association of birth weight with bone parameters measured by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) and by quantitative ultrasound (QUS), independently. We also implemented a systemic Mendelian randomization (MR) analysis to explore the...

Follow-up evaluation for norovirus asymptomatic infection among healthy adults: a prospective matched cohort study

Daiki Kobayashi, Kyoko Yokota, Shizuka Yamagata-Uyama & Mayuko Saito
No study has evaluated the follow-up of asymptomatic norovirus infection among healthy adults. This study compared norovirus detection rates between previously known norovirus-positive and norovirus-negative adults without diarrheal symptoms, and evaluated reinfection risk among the previously-norovirus-positive group, and new asymptomatic norovirus infection risk among the previously-norovirus-negative group after 600 days. This prospective age- and sex-matched cohort study, conducted in 2019 at a Japan teaching hospital, included apparently healthy asymptomatic adults with a positive norovirus result...

Follow-up evaluation for norovirus asymptomatic infection among healthy adults: a prospective matched cohort study

Daiki Kobayashi, Kyoko Yokota, Shizuka Yamagata-Uyama & Mayuko Saito
No study has evaluated the follow-up of asymptomatic norovirus infection among healthy adults. This study compared norovirus detection rates between previously known norovirus-positive and norovirus-negative adults without diarrheal symptoms, and evaluated reinfection risk among the previously-norovirus-positive group, and new asymptomatic norovirus infection risk among the previously-norovirus-negative group after 600 days. This prospective age- and sex-matched cohort study, conducted in 2019 at a Japan teaching hospital, included apparently healthy asymptomatic adults with a positive norovirus result...

Thermospheric wind response to a sudden ionospheric variation in the trough: event at a pseudo-breakup during geomagnetically quiet conditions

Shin-ichiro Oyama, Heikki Vanhamäki, Lei Cai, Anita Aikio, Michael Rietveld, Yasunobu Ogawa, Tero Raita, Mirjam Kellinsalmi, Kirsti Kauristie, Boris Kozelov, Atsuki Shinbori, Kazuo Shiokawa, Takuo T. Tsuda & Takeshi Sakanoi
Abstract The thermospheric wind response to a sudden westward turning of the ion velocity at a high latitude was studied by analyzing data obtained with a Fabry–Perot interferometer (FPI; 630 nm), Dynasonde, and Swarm A & C satellites during a conjunction event. The event occurred during a geomagnetically quiet period (Kp = 0 +) through the night, but some auroral activity occurred in the north. The collocated FPI and Dynasonde measured the thermospheric wind (U)...

Additional file 1 of Thermospheric wind response to a sudden ionospheric variation in the trough: event at a pseudo-breakup during geomagnetically quiet conditions

Shin-ichiro Oyama, Heikki Vanhamäki, Lei Cai, Anita Aikio, Michael Rietveld, Yasunobu Ogawa, Tero Raita, Mirjam Kellinsalmi, Kirsti Kauristie, Boris Kozelov, Atsuki Shinbori, Kazuo Shiokawa, Takuo T. Tsuda & Takeshi Sakanoi
Additional file 1. Measurements from successive Swarm passes over northern Europe. Swarm A measurements were analyzed to confirm the zonal component of the ion velocity at the trough minimum during previous and successive passes of the event over northern Europe. Figure S1 a–c show measurements along the previous pass from 17:05 to 17:10 UT on 2018 February 20. This pass was made approximately 90 min before the pseudo-breakup, which occurred at 18:35 UT. A trough...

Additional file 1 of Thermospheric wind response to a sudden ionospheric variation in the trough: event at a pseudo-breakup during geomagnetically quiet conditions

Shin-ichiro Oyama, Heikki Vanhamäki, Lei Cai, Anita Aikio, Michael Rietveld, Yasunobu Ogawa, Tero Raita, Mirjam Kellinsalmi, Kirsti Kauristie, Boris Kozelov, Atsuki Shinbori, Kazuo Shiokawa, Takuo T. Tsuda & Takeshi Sakanoi
Additional file 1. Measurements from successive Swarm passes over northern Europe. Swarm A measurements were analyzed to confirm the zonal component of the ion velocity at the trough minimum during previous and successive passes of the event over northern Europe. Figure S1 a–c show measurements along the previous pass from 17:05 to 17:10 UT on 2018 February 20. This pass was made approximately 90 min before the pseudo-breakup, which occurred at 18:35 UT. A trough...

Additional file 1 of Association between the number of remaining teeth and disability-free life expectancy, and the impact of oral self-care in older Japanese adults: a prospective cohort study

Maya Yamato, Sanae Matsuyama, Yoshitaka Murakami, Jun Aida, Yukai Lu, Yumi Sugawara & Ichiro Tsuji
Additional file 1: Supplementary Table 1. Baseline characteristics according to whether or not agreed to a review of their LTCI information. Supplementary Table 2. DFLE, DLE, and TLE at 65 years by the number of remaining teeth with brushing (once vs. twice or more per day). Supplementary Table 3. DFLE, DLE, and TLE at 65 years according to the number of remaining teeth stratified by smoking status. Supplementary Table 4. DFLE, DLE, and TLE at...

Anolis porcatus gene annotation

Shunsuke Kanamori, Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Katsushi Yamaguchi, Shuji Shigenobu & Masakado Kawata
The result of gene annotation for Anolis porcatus genome using BRAKER2.

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