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Environmental DNA reflects common haplotypic variation

Clare Adams

Additional file 1 of Development of guidelines for school staff on supporting students who self-harm: a Delphi study

Inge Meinhardt, Tania Cargo, Ben Te Maro, Linda Bowden, Sarah Fortune, Sasha Cuthbert, Susanna James, Riley Cook, Tania Papalii, Korotangi Kapa-Kingi, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi, Annabelle Prescott & Sarah Elisabeth Hetrick
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Additional file 1 of Development of guidelines for school staff on supporting students who self-harm: a Delphi study

Inge Meinhardt, Tania Cargo, Ben Te Maro, Linda Bowden, Sarah Fortune, Sasha Cuthbert, Susanna James, Riley Cook, Tania Papalii, Korotangi Kapa-Kingi, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi, Annabelle Prescott & Sarah Elisabeth Hetrick
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Additional file 2 of Development of guidelines for school staff on supporting students who self-harm: a Delphi study

Inge Meinhardt, Tania Cargo, Ben Te Maro, Linda Bowden, Sarah Fortune, Sasha Cuthbert, Susanna James, Riley Cook, Tania Papalii, Korotangi Kapa-Kingi, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi, Annabelle Prescott & Sarah Elisabeth Hetrick
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Additional file 2 of Optimising a person-centred approach to stopping medicines in older people with multimorbidity and polypharmacy using the DExTruS framework: a realist review

Amadea Turk, Geoffrey Wong, Kamal R. Mahtani, Michelle Madden, Ruaraidh Hill, Ed Ranson, Emma Wallace, Janet Krska, Dee Mangin, Richard Byng, Daniel Lasserson & Joanne Reeve
Additional file 2. Table of included documents.

Additional file 1 of Interventions to address potentially inappropriate prescriptions and over-the-counter medication use among adults 65 years and older in primary care settings: protocol for a systematic review

Andrew Beck, Navindra Persaud, Laure A. Tessier, Roland Grad, Michael R. Kidd, Scott Klarenbach, Christina Korownyk, Ainsley Moore, Brett D. Thombs, Dee Mangin, Rita K. McCracken, Emily G. McDonald, Caroline Sirois, Salmaan Kanji, Frank Molnar, Stuart G. Nicholls, Kednapa Thavorn, Alexandria Bennett, Nicole Shaver, Becky Skidmore, Bradley R. Mitchelmore, Marc Avey, Elizabeth Rolland-Harris, Julian Little & David Moher
Additional file 1. PRISMA-P 2015 checklist.

Distribution and diversity of organisms in tomb soil excavated in the laboratory: a case study of tomb M88 from Sujialong Cultural Property, China

Lei Zhu, Qin Fang & Tianxiao Li
Abstract Microbial communities in tomb soil change during archaeological excavation, and these changes can accelerate the deterioration of buried heritage. In this study, a high-throughput sequencing method was used to analyze the soil microbial diversity of tomb M88 from the Sujialong Cultural Property after careful excavation in the laboratory. The phylum of Proteobacteria, Acidobacteria and Ascomycota predominated in the tomb soil, and the dominant genera, Pseudarthrobacter, Penicillium, and Cladosporium, showed the potential to degrade residual...

Additional file 2 of DNA methylome in pancreatic cancer identified novel promoter hyper-methylation in NPY and FAIM2 genes associated with poor prognosis in Indian patient cohort

Ankita Chatterjee, Akash Bararia, Debopriyo Ganguly, Pronoy Kanti Mondal, Paromita Roy, Sudeep Banerjee, Shibajyoti Ghosh, Sumit Gulati, Supriyo Ghatak, Bitan Kumar Chattopadhay, Priyadarshi Basu, Aniruddha Chatterjee & Nilabja Sikdar
Additional file 2. DNA methylome in pancreatic cancer identified novel promoter hypermethylation in NPY and FAIM2 genes associated with poor prognosis in Indian patient cohort

DNA methylome in pancreatic cancer identified novel promoter hyper-methylation in NPY and FAIM2 genes associated with poor prognosis in Indian patient cohort

Ankita Chatterjee, Akash Bararia, Debopriyo Ganguly, Pronoy Kanti Mondal, Paromita Roy, Sudeep Banerjee, Shibajyoti Ghosh, Sumit Gulati, Supriyo Ghatak, Bitan Kumar Chattopadhay, Priyadarshi Basu, Aniruddha Chatterjee & Nilabja Sikdar
Abstract Background Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) is one of the leading cancers worldwide and has a poor survival, with a 5-year survival rate of only 8.5%. In this study we investigated altered DNA methylation associated with PDAC severity and prognosis. Methods Methylome data, generated using 450 K bead array, was compared between paired PDAC and normal samples in the TCGA cohort (n = 9) and our Indian cohort (n = 7). The total Indian Cohort...

Additional file 17 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 17: Table S5. Matrix of Pearson’s phenotypic correlation coefficients between growth and wood property traits analysed in the Pinus radiata QTL population. Two tailed P-values *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01, ***P < 0.001, ****P < 0.0001.

Additional file 2 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 2: Table S2. SNP ranking criteria used for the Pinus radiata QTL and FWK mapping populations.

Additional file 18 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 18: Fig. S3. Genomic predictive ability for diameter at breast height (DBH) and wood density (WD) as a function of training population size (A) and number of markers (B) used in random cross-validations of 81 Pinus radiata genotypes from the FWK population. Error bars correspond to standard deviations across 100 random cross-validations for each set of parameters. Analyses in (A) were based on all markers (M = 9353). The training population size in...

Additional file 4 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 4: Fig. S1. Frequency distributions for the phenotypic traits measured in the QTL and FWK Pinus radiata populations in this study. QTL population: (A) Ring area (mm2); (B) Density (kg/m3) Silviscan; (C) Radial cell diameter (μm); (D) Tangential cell diameter (μm); (E) Fibre coarseness (μm/m); (F) Cell wall thickness (μm); (G) Specific surface area (m2/kg); (H) Microfibril angle (degrees); (I) Modulus of elasticity (GPa); (J) Density prediction for first 5 mm core (maximum...

Additional file 7 of High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Additional file 7. 268,345 loc file. Plain text file containing the genotype codes for loci in the 268,345 parental map, in the format required for analysis using MAPQTL 6.0.

High density linkage maps, genetic architecture, and genomic prediction of growth and wood properties in Pinus radiata

Jules S. Freeman, Gancho T. Slavov, Jakob B. Butler, Tancred Frickey, Natalie J. Graham, Jaroslav Klápště, John Lee, Emily J. Telfer, Phillip Wilcox & Heidi S. Dungey
Abstract Background The growing availability of genomic resources in radiata pine paves the way for significant advances in fundamental and applied genomic research. We constructed robust high-density linkage maps based on exome-capture genotyping in two F1 populations, and used these populations to perform quantitative trait locus (QTL) scans, genomic prediction and quantitative analyses of genetic architecture for key traits targeted by tree improvement programmes. Results Our mapping approach used probabilistic error correction of the marker...

Effects of a targeted resistance intervention compared to a sham intervention on gluteal muscle hypertrophy, fatty infiltration and strength in people with hip osteoarthritis: analysis of secondary outcomes from a randomised clinical trial

Zachary P. J. Rostron, Anita Zacharias, Adam I. Semciw, Michael Kingsley, Tania Pizzari, Stephanie J. Woodley & Rodney Green
Abstract Background People with hip osteoarthritis are typically offered a combination of education and exercise to address muscle atrophy and weakness. Limited evidence exists to assess the efficacy of exercise programs on muscle structure or function in this population. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of targeted resistance exercise on gluteal muscle hypertrophy and strength in people with mild-to-moderate hip osteoarthritis. Methods Twenty-seven participants with radiologically confirmed hip osteoarthritis recruited from...

Data from: Repeated alpine flight loss within the widespread New Zealand stonefly Nesoperla fulvescens

Graham McCulloch, Brodie Foster, Ludovic Dutoit & Jonathan Waters
Flight loss is a common feature of upland insect assemblages, with recent studies detecting parallel wing reduction events across independent alpine lineages. However, the geographic scale over which such repeated evolution can operate remains unclear. In this study, we use genotyping-by-sequencing to assess the genomic relationships among vestigial-winged and full-winged populations of the widespread New Zealand stonefly Nesoperla fulvescens, to test for repeated wing loss events over small spatial scales. Biogeographic analyses indicate that alpine...

Genomic trajectories of a near-extinction event in the Chatham Island black robin

Johanna von Seth, Tom van der Valk, Edana Lord, Hanna Sigeman, Remi-André Olsen, Michael Knapp, Olga Kardailsky, Fiona Robertson, Marie Hale, Dave Houston, Euan Kennedy, Love Dalén, Karin Norén, Melanie Massaro, Bruce C. Robertson & Nicolas Dussex
Abstract Background Understanding the micro-­evolutionary response of populations to demographic declines is a major goal in evolutionary and conservation biology. In small populations, genetic drift can lead to an accumulation of deleterious mutations, which will increase the risk of extinction. However, demographic recovery can still occur after extreme declines, suggesting that natural selection may purge deleterious mutations, even in extremely small populations. The Chatham Island black robin (Petroica traversi) is arguably the most inbred bird...

Additional file 2 of Development of guidelines for school staff on supporting students who self-harm: a Delphi study

Inge Meinhardt, Tania Cargo, Ben Te Maro, Linda Bowden, Sarah Fortune, Sasha Cuthbert, Susanna James, Riley Cook, Tania Papalii, Korotangi Kapa-Kingi, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi, Annabelle Prescott & Sarah Elisabeth Hetrick
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Development of guidelines for school staff on supporting students who self-harm: a Delphi study

Inge Meinhardt, Tania Cargo, Ben Te Maro, Linda Bowden, Sarah Fortune, Sasha Cuthbert, Susanna James, Riley Cook, Tania Papalii, Korotangi Kapa-Kingi, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi, Annabelle Prescott & Sarah Elisabeth Hetrick
Abstract Objective Self-harm is a major public health issue that significantly impacts communities, making early intervention and prevention paramount in addressing this public health issue. This study aimed to develop evidence-based, culturally responsive, safe, and practical guidelines to assist school staff in effectively supporting students who self-harm. Methods This Delphi study comprised of a five-step process, oversighted by a Rōpū Mātanga Māori (Māori clinical and cultural governance group), and drawing on the expertise and knowledge...

Additional file 1 of Extracts from Argentinian native plants reverse fluconazole resistance in Candida species by inhibiting the efflux transporters Mdr1 and Cdr1

Florimar Gil, Jerónimo Laiolo, Brayan Bayona-Pacheco, Richard D. Cannon, Antonio Ferreira-Pereira & María Cecilia Carpinella
Additional file 1: Table S1. Plants from central Argentina screened for Mdr1 and Cdr1 inhibitory effect. Fig. S1 Flow cytometric determinations of the effect of Acalypha communis extract on Nile Red accumulation in: (A) Candida albicans 1114; (B) Saccharomyces cerevisiae AD/CaMDR1; (C) Saccharomyces cerevisiae AD/CaCDR1; and (D) Candida glabrata 109. Fig. S2 Flow cytometric determinations of the effect of Solanum atriplicifolium extract on Nile Red accumulation in: (A) Candida albicans 1114; (B) Saccharomyces cerevisiae AD/CaMDR1;...

Accounting for earthquake rates’ temporal and spatial variability through least-information Uniform Rate Zone forecasts

P. Iturrieta, Matt C. Gerstenberger, Chris Rollins, Russ J. Van Dissen, T. Wang & D. Schorlemmer
The distribution of earthquakes in time and space is seldom stationary. In low-seismicity regions, non-stationarity and data scarcity may preclude a significant statistical analysis. We investigate the performance of traditional stationary Poisson forecasts (such as smoothed-seismicity models [SSM]), with applications in Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment, in terms of the available training data. We design bootstrap experiments that use multiple pairs of consecutive training-forecast windows of a catalogue to: (i) analyse the lowest available training data...

Incorporating a gender lens into nutrition and health-related policies in Fiji: analysis of policies and stakeholder perspectives

Briar L. McKenzie, Gade Waqa, Sarah Mounsey, Claire Johnson, Mark Woodward, Kent Buse, Anne Marie Thow, Rachael McLean & Jacqui Webster
Abstract Background Gender equality, zero hunger and healthy lives and well-being for all, are three of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that underpin Fiji’s National Development Plan. Work towards each of these goals contributes to the reduction of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). There are gender differences in NCD burden in Fiji. It is, however, unclear whether a gender lens could be more effectively included in nutrition and health-related policies. Methods This study consisted of three components:...

Additional file 1 of Incorporating a gender lens into nutrition and health-related policies in Fiji: analysis of policies and stakeholder perspectives

Briar L. McKenzie, Gade Waqa, Sarah Mounsey, Claire Johnson, Mark Woodward, Kent Buse, Anne Marie Thow, Rachael McLean & Jacqui Webster
Additional file 1: Supplementary table 1. Policy content analysis and WHO gender analysis, data extraction.

Additional file 2 of Incorporating a gender lens into nutrition and health-related policies in Fiji: analysis of policies and stakeholder perspectives

Briar L. McKenzie, Gade Waqa, Sarah Mounsey, Claire Johnson, Mark Woodward, Kent Buse, Anne Marie Thow, Rachael McLean & Jacqui Webster
Additional file 2: Supplementary table 2. Coding of stakeholder perspectives on gender considerations in nutrition and health related policy, and mapping to overarching themes.

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