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Additional file 1 of Molecular characteristics of global β-lactamase-producing Enterobacter cloacae by genomic analysis

Jincao Hu, Jia Li, Chang Liu, Yan Zhang, Hui Xie, Chuchu Li, Han Shen & Xiaoli Cao
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sj-docx-1-tej-10.1177_20417314221132093 – Supplemental material for A new cell-free therapeutic strategy for liver regeneration: Human placental mesenchymal stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles

Ting Li, Yu Fu, Zeyi Guo, Honglei Zhu, Hangyu Liao, Xiaoge Niu, Lin Zhou, Shunjun Fu, Yang Li, Shao Li, Lujia Wang, Yizhou Zheng, Lei Feng, Yi Gao & Guolin He
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-tej-10.1177_20417314221132093 for A new cell-free therapeutic strategy for liver regeneration: Human placental mesenchymal stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles by Ting Li, Yu Fu, Zeyi Guo, Honglei Zhu, Hangyu Liao, Xiaoge Niu, Lin Zhou, Shunjun Fu, Yang Li, Shao Li, Lujia Wang, Yizhou Zheng, Lei Feng, Yi Gao and Guolin He in Journal of Tissue Engineering

sj-rar-3-tej-10.1177_20417314221132093 – Supplemental material for A new cell-free therapeutic strategy for liver regeneration: Human placental mesenchymal stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles

Ting Li, Yu Fu, Zeyi Guo, Honglei Zhu, Hangyu Liao, Xiaoge Niu, Lin Zhou, Shunjun Fu, Yang Li, Shao Li, Lujia Wang, Yizhou Zheng, Lei Feng, Yi Gao & Guolin He
Supplemental material, sj-rar-3-tej-10.1177_20417314221132093 for A new cell-free therapeutic strategy for liver regeneration: Human placental mesenchymal stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles by Ting Li, Yu Fu, Zeyi Guo, Honglei Zhu, Hangyu Liao, Xiaoge Niu, Lin Zhou, Shunjun Fu, Yang Li, Shao Li, Lujia Wang, Yizhou Zheng, Lei Feng, Yi Gao and Guolin He in Journal of Tissue Engineering

A new cell-free therapeutic strategy for liver regeneration: Human placental mesenchymal stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles

Ting Li, Yu Fu, Zeyi Guo, Honglei Zhu, Hangyu Liao, Xiaoge Niu, Lin Zhou, Shunjun Fu, Yang Li, Shao Li, Lujia Wang, Yizhou Zheng, Lei Feng, Yi Gao & Guolin He
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have potential role in organ regeneration therapy. Previous work indicating that MSCs confer protection against liver disease. Here, we aimed to determine the potential application in liver regeneration of human placenta-derived MSCs extracellular vesicles (hPMSCs-EVs) via experimental hepatectomy. hPMSCs-EVs were administered intravenously 24 h before 70% partial hepatectomy, the specific composition of hPMSCs-EVs was identified by sequencing and validated by the quantitative polymerase chain reaction, including circ-RBM23. The role of circ-RBM23...

On the Identification of Power-Law Creep Parameters from Conical Indentation

Yupeng Zhang & Alan Needleman
Load and hold conical indentation responses calculated for materials having creep stress exponents of 1.15, 3.59 and 6.60 are regarded as input “experimental” responses. The creep parameters are identified using the Bayesian-type statistical approach of Zhang et al. [1] for noise-free and noise-contaminated data. A database for the Bayesian-type analysis is created using finite element calculations for a relatively coarse set of parameter values with interpolation used to create the refined database used for parameter...

Size normalized shell weights and measurements for Neogloboquadrina pachyderma and Uvigerina peregrina from the Gulf of Alaska (IODP Exp 341) and associated environmental proxy data

Christina Belanger & Calie Payne
Here we use volume density (ρV) measurements as a metric of size-normalized weights for Neogloboquadrina pachyderma, a planktonic foraminifer, from upper OMZ and abyssal depth sites in the Gulf of Alaska over the past ~20,000 years to test for covariation between carbonate preservation and OMZ intensity. We find that dissolution of N. pachyderma is most intense at the upper OMZ site where oxygenation is generally lower than at the abyssal site. We also examine Uvigerina...

Impact of Helicoverpa zea salivary GOX on stomatal conductance and volatile emission of host plants

Po-An Lin, Yintong Chen, Duverney Chaverra-Rodriguez, Chan Chin Heu, Nursyafiqi Bin Zainuddin, Jagdeep Singh Sidhu, Michelle Peiffer, Ching-Wen Tan, Anjel Helms, Donghun Kim, Jared Ali, Jason Rasgon, Jonathan Lynch, Charles Anderson & Gary Felton
This data set contain raw data associated with the manuscript titled "Silencing the alarm: An insect salivary enzyme closes plant stomata and inhibits volatile release". Herbivore-induced plant volatiles (HIPVs) are widely recognized as ecologically important to plant. While the majority of studies focused on the induction of this “cry for help”, little is known about whether insect herbivores have evolved mechanisms to reduce the release of HIPVs. Here we show that a caterpillar (Helicoverpa zea)...

When Pastors put on the “Tech Hat”: How Churches Digitized during Covid-19

Heidi Campbell & Sophia Osteen

COVID-19 Vaccination Supply Chains

Enrique Zarate-Losoya, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron & Juan Pablo Alvarado

MCMC output files for: Quantitative characterization of population-wide tissue- and metabolite-specific variability in perchloroethylene toxicokinetics in male mice

Chimeddulam Dalaijamts, Joseph Cichocki, Yu-Syuan Luo, Ivan Rusyn & Weihsueh Chiu
Quantification of inter-individual variability is a continuing challenge in risk assessment, particularly for compounds with complex metabolism and multi-organ toxicity. Toxicokinetic variability for perchloroethylene (perc) was previously characterized across three mouse strains and in one mouse strain with various degrees of liver steatosis. To further characterize the role of genetic variability in toxicokinetics of perc, we applied Bayesian population physiologically-based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling to the data on perc and metabolites in blood/plasma and tissues of...

Responding to Faculty Interest in Rapid Publishing During the Pandemic: The Role of interoperable Scholarly Communication Systems at Texas A&M

Bruce Herbert, David Lowe, Dong Joon Lee & Sarah Potvin

A VIVO Community Update: Reflections on the Last Year and Where We Are Headed

Bruce Herbert, Anna Guillaumet, Terrie Wheeler, Douglas Hahn & Julia Trimmer

Data from: Plant functional types broadly describe water use strategies in the Caatinga, a seasonally dry tropical forest in northeast Brazil

Cynthia Wright, André Lima, Eduardo Souza, Jason West & Bradford Wilcox
In seasonally dry tropical forests, plant functional type can be classified as deciduous low wood density, deciduous high wood density, or evergreen high wood density species. While deciduousness is often associated with drought-avoidance and low wood density is often associated with tissue water storage, the degree to which these functional types may correspond to diverging and unique water use strategies has not been extensively tested. We examined (1) tolerance to water stress, measured by pre-dawn...

R13-CBTS-SGL Monthly Risk Bulletin March 2021

Enrique Zarate-Losoya, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Araceli Lopez-Acosta

R13-CBTS-SGL Monthly Risk Bulletin May 2021

Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Araceli Lopez-Acosta

Evaluación y Administración del Estado de Riesgo de las Cadenas de Suministro por COVID-19 entre México y Estados Unidos: Presentación y Mesa Panel

Zenon Medina-Cetina, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Enrique Zarate-Losoya, Juan Pablo Alvarado, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares & Maria Jose Perez-Patron

Towards a Risk Index for the U.S.-Mexico Supply Chains - A Synthetic Case Study in U.S.-Mexico Border Land Ports of Entry

Connor Boze, Juan Pablo Alvarado, Billy Hernawan, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli & Matt Cochran

A global analysis of mosses reveals low phylogenetic endemism and highlights the importance of long-distance dispersal

Katie Sanbonmatsu & Daniel Spalink
Aim: Digitization of herbarium specimens and DNA sequencing efforts in the past decade have enabled integrative analyses of patterns of diversity and endemism in a phylogenetic context. Here, we compare the best available floristic databases to a comprehensive specimen database to examine spatial patterns of moss phylogenetic assembly. We test the hypotheses that 1) mosses exhibit phylogenetic regionalization, 2) islands contain significantly high phylogenetic diversity, and 3) that moss phylogenetic endemism is low on a...

R13-CBTS-SGL Monthly Risk Bulletin February 2021

Enrique Zarate-Losoya, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Araceli Lopez-Acosta

Model Development for Bayesian Risk Assessment and Management of Supply Chains Impacted by COVID-19 and Other Converging Threats

Juan Pablo Alvarado, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Enrique Zarate-Losoya, Alexi Allen, Audrey Guzman & Araceli Lopez-Acosta

Actionable Information - Research Briefs - 2 - U.S. and Mexico COVID-19 Dashboards

Juan Pablo Alvarado, Alexi Allen, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran & Enrique Zarate-Losoya

CBTS-SGL Webinar - Breaking Silos. The power of collaboration and abstraction - Catalina Herrera (Dataiku)

Catalina Herrera, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares & Maria Jose Perez-Patron

Design, Development, Implementation and Operation of CBTS-SGL Data Lake System to Produce Risk Analytics of Supply Chains Impacted by COVID-19 and Other Converging Threats Presentation Recording

Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Oscar Sanchez-Siordia, Minerva Rojas-Solis, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Enrique Zarate-Losoya

Reduced habitat suitability and landscape connectivity in a songbird migratory divide

Hannah Justen, Julie Lee-Yaw & Kira Delmore
Aim Seasonal migration is a common phenomenon in animals and connects geographically distant ecosystems. Considerable variation has been documented in this behaviour and migratory divides (contact zones between populations that use different routes to navigate around ecological barriers) are an example of this. Migratory divides could have important implications for ecological speciation as hybrids in divides take intermediate routes and it has been predicted that these routes will be ecologically inferior as they bring hybrids...

Data from: Physiological and transcriptional immune responses of a non-model arthropod to infection with different entomopathogenic groups

Joseph Black, Mason Clark & Gregory Sword
Insect immune responses to multiple pathogen groups including viruses, bacteria, fungi, and entomopathogenic nematodes have traditionally been documented in model insects such as Drosophila melanogaster, or medically important insects such as Aedes aegypti. Despite their potential importance in understanding the efficacy of pathogens as biological control agents, these responses are infrequently studied in agriculturally important pests. Additionally, studies often neglect to investigate responses against different pathogen groups, and typically focus on only a single time...

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