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sj-docx-1-wso-10.1177_17474930221137019 – Supplemental material for The global burden of cerebral small vessel disease in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Bonnie Yin Ka Lam, Yuan Cai, Rufus Akinyemi, Geert Jan Biessels, Hilde van den Brink, Christopher Chen, Chin Wai Cheung, King Ngai Chow, Henry Kwun Hang Chung, Marco Duering, Siu Ting Fu, Deborah Gustafson, Saima Hilal, Vincent Ming Ho Hui, Rajesh Kalaria, SangYun Kim, Maggie Li Man Lam, Frank Erik de Leeuw, Ami Sin Man Li, Hugh Stephen Markus, Anna Marseglia, Huijing Zheng, John O’Brien, Leonardo Pantoni, Perminder Singh Sachdev … & Vincent Chung Tong Mok
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-wso-10.1177_17474930221137019 for The global burden of cerebral small vessel disease in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis by Bonnie Yin Ka Lam, Yuan Cai, Rufus Akinyemi, Geert Jan Biessels, Hilde van den Brink, Christopher Chen, Chin Wai Cheung, King Ngai Chow, Henry Kwun Hang Chung, Marco Duering, Siu Ting Fu, Deborah Gustafson, Saima Hilal, Vincent Ming Ho Hui, Rajesh Kalaria, SangYun Kim, Maggie Li Man Lam, Frank Erik de Leeuw,...

Universal temperature sensitivity of denitrification nitrogen losses in forest soils

Haoming Yu, Yihang Duan, Jan Mulder, Peter Dörsch, Ronghua Kang, Kai Huang, Dongwei Liu, Chao Wang, Zhoutao Zheng, Zhi Quan, Feifei Zhu, Shushi Peng, Weixing Zhu, Yangjian Zhang & Yunting Fang
Soil nitrous oxide (N2O) and nitrogen gas (N2) produced from denitrification are crucial components of the global nitrogen cycle and contribute to nitrogen limitation in terrestrial ecosystems. However, the temperature sensitivity of these gaseous N losses and their underlying processes in forest soils are poorly constrained, limiting our ability to predict nitrogen cycling responses to global warming. Here, we quantify temperature sensitivities (expressed as Q10) of denitrification N2O and N2 production in 18 forest soils...

Genotype-phenotype association for mate choice in progeny of Drosophila simulans backcross

D.F. Erezyilmaz & K. Lu
The data resource contains Drosophila simulans backcross female mate choice (phenotype) aligned with whole-genome genotypes of 784 female backcross progeny. The data were generated in a laboratory at Stony Brook University, New York and each test was conducted in 28.5 x 95mm plastic vials. Phenotype data was collected in 2015 and the final analysis was completed in 2021. Illumina libraries were sequenced at University of Oregon G3 Genomics Center, and the multiplexed shotgun genotyping (MSG)...

Summary statistics for Alzheimer's disease GWAS on APOE-e4 homozygous individuals in UK Biobank

M Bracher-Smith, G Leonenko, E Baker, K Crawford, A Graham, D Salih, B Howell, J Hardy & V Escott-Price
We conducted a genome-wide association study in a sample of 5,390 APOE-ε4 homozygous (ε4ε4) individuals (288 cases and 5,102 controls) aged 65 or over in the UK Biobank. Results are the summary statistics from a GWAS conducted in Plink using age, sex and the first 15 principal components as covariates. There are 5,349,830 rows and 9 columns. Each row corresponds to a variant. Columns are: CHR, BP, SNP, A1, A2_counted_allele, OR, SE_beta, Z_STAT and P....

Soil N dynamics in mixed and larch forests in northeastern China

Geshere Abdisa, Shasha Zhang Zhang, Ang Wang, Feifei Zhu, Abubakari Said Mgelwa, Chuankuan Wang, Qiuliang Zhang, Weixing Zhu & Yunting Fang
We developed a multiple indicator approach to evaluate difference in soil N availability across sites and between larch monoculture and mixed stands paired at three sites (Daxinganling, Maoershan, and Qingyuan) in the northeastern China. The selected indicators were foliar %N, soil C/N, soil inorganic N, foliar δ15N, and δ15N of bulk soil, ammonium, and nitrate in the soil profiles

The global burden of cerebral small vessel disease in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Bonnie Yin Ka Lam, Yuan Cai, Rufus Akinyemi, Geert Jan Biessels, Hilde van den Brink, Christopher Chen, Chin Wai Cheung, King Ngai Chow, Henry Kwun Hang Chung, Marco Duering, Siu Ting Fu, Deborah Gustafson, Saima Hilal, Vincent Ming Ho Hui, Rajesh Kalaria, SangYun Kim, Maggie Li Man Lam, Frank Erik de Leeuw, Ami Sin Man Li, Hugh Stephen Markus, Anna Marseglia, Huijing Zheng, John O’Brien, Leonardo Pantoni, Perminder Singh Sachdev … & Vincent Chung Tong Mok
Background:Cerebral small vessel disease (cSVD) is a major cause of stroke and dementia. Previous studies on the prevalence of cSVD are mostly based on single geographically defined cohorts in high-income countries. Studies investigating the prevalence of cSVD in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) are expanding but have not been systematically assessed.Aim:This study aims to systematically review the prevalence of cSVD in LMICs.Results:Articles were searched from the Ovid MEDLINE and EMBASE databases from 1 January 2000...

Genotype-phenotype association for mate choice in a Drosophila simulans-sechellia backcross population

D.F. Erezyilmaz & K. Lu
The data resource contains Drosophila simulans-sechellia backcross female mate choice (phenotype) aligned with whole-genome genotypes of 692 female backcross progeny. The data was generated in a laboratory at Stony Brook University New York and each test was conducted in 28.5 x 95mm plastic vials. Phenotype data was collected in 2015 and the final analysis was completed in 2021. Illumina libraries were sequenced at University of Oregon G3 Genomics Center, and the multiplexed shotgun genotyping (MSG)...

Assortative mating in Drosophila simulans and Drosophilia sechellia females

D.F. Erezyilmaz & K. Lu
The dataset presents data on female mate choice totals for different species pair combinations. Data are presented for wild types and inbred lines of Drosophila simulans and Drosophilia sechellia females. Most of the data was generated in a laboratory at Stony Brook University, with some at Oxford University. Each test was conducted in 28.5 x 95mm plastic vials. Data was collected at different points between 2014 and 2021 by the lead data author. The work...

The global burden of cerebral small vessel disease in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Bonnie Yin Ka Lam, Yuan Cai, Rufus Akinyemi, Geert Jan Biessels, Hilde van den Brink, Christopher Chen, Chin Wai Cheung, King Ngai Chow, Henry Kwun Hang Chung, Marco Duering, Siu Ting Fu, Deborah Gustafson, Saima Hilal, Vincent Ming Ho Hui, Rajesh Kalaria, SangYun Kim, Maggie Li Man Lam, Frank Erik de Leeuw, Ami Sin Man Li, Hugh Stephen Markus, Anna Marseglia, Huijing Zheng, John O’Brien, Leonardo Pantoni, Perminder Singh Sachdev … & Vincent Chung Tong Mok
Background:Cerebral small vessel disease (cSVD) is a major cause of stroke and dementia. Previous studies on the prevalence of cSVD are mostly based on single geographically defined cohorts in high-income countries. Studies investigating the prevalence of cSVD in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) are expanding but have not been systematically assessed.Aim:This study aims to systematically review the prevalence of cSVD in LMICs.Results:Articles were searched from the Ovid MEDLINE and EMBASE databases from 1 January 2000...

Occurrence datasets, model outputs, and R script for 12 termite species used for niche modeling

Aaron Goodman, Jonah Allen, Jinna Brim, Alessa Codella, Brittney Hahn, Hassan Jojo, Zoila BondocGawa Mafla-Mills, Salka'Tuwa Bondoc Mafla, Agnes Oduro, Megan Wilson & Jessica Ware
The advent of citizen-science databases in conjunction with museum specimen locality information has exponentially increased the power and accuracy of ecological niche modeling (ENM). Increased occurrence data has provided colossal potential to understand the distributions of lesser known or endangered species, including arthropods. Although niche modeling of termites has been conducted in the context of invasive and pest species, few studies have been performed to understand the distribution of basal termite genera. Using specimen records...

Disability and Patterns of Leisure Participation across the Life Course (LIEPP Working Paper, n°109)

Carrie Shandra
Objectives: Patterns of healthy leisure are dependent upon age, but people with disabilities are particularly susceptible to passive and disengaged types of activities. This study evaluates how individuals with disabilities spend their time in passive, active, social, and isolated forms of leisure over the life course, and how these patterns vary by age. Methods: Nationally representative data are analyzed from 70,165 respondents aged 15 and over in the 2008, 2010, and 2012-2016 American Time Use...

Data from: A new lineage of Galapagos giant tortoises identified from museum samples

Evelyn L. Jensen, Maud C. Quinzin, Joshua M. Miller, Michael A. Russello, Ryan Garrick, Danielle L. Edwards, Scott Glaberman, Ylenia Chiari, Nikos Poulakakis, Washington Tapia, James P. Gibbs & Adalgisa Caccone
The Galapagos Archipelago is recognized as a natural laboratory for studying evolutionary processes. San Cristóbal was one of the first islands colonized by tortoises, which radiated from there across the archipelago to inhabit 10 islands. Here, we sequenced the mitochondrial control region from six historical giant tortoises from San Cristóbal (five long deceased individuals found in a cave and one found alive during an expedition in 1906) and discovered that the five from the cave...

sj-docx-1-wso-10.1177_17474930221137019 – Supplemental material for The global burden of cerebral small vessel disease in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Bonnie Yin Ka Lam, Yuan Cai, Rufus Akinyemi, Geert Jan Biessels, Hilde van den Brink, Christopher Chen, Chin Wai Cheung, King Ngai Chow, Henry Kwun Hang Chung, Marco Duering, Siu Ting Fu, Deborah Gustafson, Saima Hilal, Vincent Ming Ho Hui, Rajesh Kalaria, SangYun Kim, Maggie Li Man Lam, Frank Erik de Leeuw, Ami Sin Man Li, Hugh Stephen Markus, Anna Marseglia, Huijing Zheng, John O’Brien, Leonardo Pantoni, Perminder Singh Sachdev … & Vincent Chung Tong Mok
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-wso-10.1177_17474930221137019 for The global burden of cerebral small vessel disease in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis by Bonnie Yin Ka Lam, Yuan Cai, Rufus Akinyemi, Geert Jan Biessels, Hilde van den Brink, Christopher Chen, Chin Wai Cheung, King Ngai Chow, Henry Kwun Hang Chung, Marco Duering, Siu Ting Fu, Deborah Gustafson, Saima Hilal, Vincent Ming Ho Hui, Rajesh Kalaria, SangYun Kim, Maggie Li Man Lam, Frank Erik de Leeuw,...

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