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Data For: The developing bird pelvis passes through ancestral Archosaurian and Dinosaurian conditions

Christopher Griffin, João Botelho, Michael Hanson, Matteo Fabbri, Daniel Smith-Paredes, Ryan Carney, Mark Norell, Shiro Egawa, Stephen Gatesy, Timothy Rowe, Ruth Elsey, Sterling Nesbitt & Bhart-Anjan Bhullar
Living birds (Aves) have bodies dramatically modified from the ancestral reptilian condition. The avian pelvis in particular experienced dramatic changes during the transition from early archosaurs to living birds. This stepwise transformation is well documented by an excellent fossil record; however, the ontogenetic alterations that underly it are less well-understood. We used embryological imaging techniques to examine the morphogenesis of avian pelvic tissues in three dimensions, allowing direct comparison with the fossil record. Many ancestral...

Whole-organ analysis of TGF-beta-mediated remodelling of the tumour microenvironment by tissue clearing

Shimpei I. Kubota
Tissue clearing is one of the most powerful strategies for a comprehensive analysis of disease progression. Here, we established an integrated pipeline that combines tissue clearing, 3D imaging, and machine learning and applied to a mouse tumour model of experimental lung metastasis using human lung adenocarcinoma A549 cells. This pipeline provided the spatial information of the tumour microenvironment. We further explored the role of transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta) in cancer metastasis. TGF-beta-stimulated cancer cells enhanced...

Data generated and analyzed in the work entitled: Signs of the plastid: Enzymes involved in plastid-localized metabolic pathways in a eugregarine species

Yuji Inagaki, Euki Yazaki, Ryosuke Miyata, Yasuhiko Chikami, Ryo Harada, Takashi Kawakubo, Goro Tanifuji, Takuro Nakayama, Kensuke Yahata & Tetsuo Hashimoto
The data were generated and analyzed in the manuscript entitled "Signs of the plastid: Enzymes involved in plastid-localized metabolic pathways in a eugregarine species". This work is currently accepted to be published in Parasitology International. As of April 17, 2021, we have no detail about the manuscript (e.g., issue, volume, page number, DOI number). We generated the transcriptome data from the apicomplexan parasites/symbionts isolated from three terrestrial arthropods, namely the centipede Scolopocryptops rubiginosus and two...

EGG analysis of filled pauses in Japanese spontaneous speech: differences in Japanese native speakers and Chinese learners

Xinyue Li, Carlos Toshinori Ishi & Ryoko Hayashi
Previous studies on L2 learners of Japanese have shown that the appropriate use of filled pauses is a crucial skill in communication with native speakers. However, there is limited acoustic investigations on filled pauses produced by L2 learners of Japanese. The present study examines the production of filled pauses in Japanese native speakers and L1-Chinese L2 learners of Japanese, using open quotient features extracted from Electroglottography (EGG) signals. The results show that open quotient values...

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