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Data for Coco et al. 2022 Oecologia, More phylogenetically diverse polycultures inconsistently suppress insect herbivore populations

A.M. Coco, E.C. Yip, I. Kaplan & J.F. Tooker
Because the diet of many herbivorous insects is restricted to closely related taxa with similar chemistry, intercropping with diverse plant communities may reduce both pest populations and reliance on chemical pesticides in agroecosystems. We tested whether the effectiveness of intercropping against herbivorous insects depends on the phylogenetic relatedness of neighboring crops, using butternut squash (Cucurbita moschata) as a focal crop species in a series of different intercropping combinations. We found that increased phylogenetic divergence of...

Factor Structure of the Five-Factor Borderline Inventory

Brinkley Sharpe, Ashley Helle, DeMond Grant, Donald Lynam, Josh Miller & Stephanie Mullins-Sweatt
The present research employs archival data to examine the factor structure of the Five Factor Borderline Inventory – Short Form (FFBI-SF; DeShong et al., 2016). This work is largely exploratory and is being conducted to better inform the use of the FFBI-SF. We will employ exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) to examine plausible factor structures consistent with theory and scale characteristics. The present registration is for the first phase of the...

Valorization of asparagus-leaf by-product through nutritionally enriched chips to evaluate the effect of powder particle size on functional properties and rutin contents

Bimal Chitrakar, Min Zhang, Xiaohu Zhang & Bhesh Bhandari
This study first observed that the nutritional and phytochemical contents in asparagus leafy by-product were comparable or higher than those in edible portion. The extractable rutin in leaf was found to increase with a decrease in powder particle size (400–120 μm), as indicated by ultra-performance liquid chromatographic analysis. Then, such leaf powders of different particle sizes were incorporated into freeze-dried chips formulation to evaluate the effect on chips properties. There was an apparent higher retention...

Further evidence from common garden rearing experiments of heritable traits separating lean and siscowet lake charr (Salvelinus namaycusch) ecotypes

Peter Euclide, Andy Jasonowicz, Shawn Sitar, Greg Fischer & Rick Goetz
Genetic evidence of selection for complex and polygenically regulated phenotypes can easily become masked by neutral population genetic structure and phenotypic plasticity. Without direct evidence of genotype-phenotype associations it can be difficult to conclude to what degree a phenotype is heritable or a product of environment. Common garden laboratory studies control for environmental stochasticity and help to determine the mechanism that regulate traits. Here we assess lipid content, growth, weight, and length variation in full...

Additional file 2 of The long non-coding RNA lncMYOZ2 mediates an AHCY/MYOZ2 axis to promote adipogenic differentiation in porcine preadipocytes

Yang Yang, Yiqi Wu, Mengting Ji, Xiaoyin Rong, Yanwei Zhang, Shuai Yang, Chang Lu, Chunbo Cai, Pengfei Gao, Xiaohong Guo, Bugao Li & Guoqing Cao
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Additional file 3 of The long non-coding RNA lncMYOZ2 mediates an AHCY/MYOZ2 axis to promote adipogenic differentiation in porcine preadipocytes

Yang Yang, Yiqi Wu, Mengting Ji, Xiaoyin Rong, Yanwei Zhang, Shuai Yang, Chang Lu, Chunbo Cai, Pengfei Gao, Xiaohong Guo, Bugao Li & Guoqing Cao
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Additional file 3 of The long non-coding RNA lncMYOZ2 mediates an AHCY/MYOZ2 axis to promote adipogenic differentiation in porcine preadipocytes

Yang Yang, Yiqi Wu, Mengting Ji, Xiaoyin Rong, Yanwei Zhang, Shuai Yang, Chang Lu, Chunbo Cai, Pengfei Gao, Xiaohong Guo, Bugao Li & Guoqing Cao
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Three new compounds with their anti-glioma effects from the roots of Arnebia guttata Bunge

Yu-Mei Yan, Lin-Jun Zou, Min-Hui Li, Zhao-Cui Sun, Min Zhang, Xu-Dong Xu & Chun-Hong Zhang
Three new compounds, arneatas A-C (1–3), together with three known compounds (4–6) were isolated from the roots of Arnebia guttata Bunge. The structures were established on the basis of extensive spectroscopic data including NMR and HRESIMS. All the new compounds (1–3) were tested for their cytotoxic activity against two glioma cell lines (U118-MG and U373-MG) in vitro after treatment for 48 h. Compound 1 exhibited moderate cytotoxic activity against U118-MG and U373-MG glioma cell lines,...

Additional file 5 of The long non-coding RNA lncMYOZ2 mediates an AHCY/MYOZ2 axis to promote adipogenic differentiation in porcine preadipocytes

Yang Yang, Yiqi Wu, Mengting Ji, Xiaoyin Rong, Yanwei Zhang, Shuai Yang, Chang Lu, Chunbo Cai, Pengfei Gao, Xiaohong Guo, Bugao Li & Guoqing Cao
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Additional file 4 of Deep learning algorithm reveals two prognostic subtypes in patients with gliomas

Jing Tian, Mingzhen Zhu, Zijing Ren, Qiang Zhao, Puqing Wang, Colin K. He, Min Zhang, Xiaochun Peng, Beilei Wu, Rujia Feng & Minglong Fu
Additional file 4: Table S2. Performance of the SVM model on tumor types.

Additional file 5 of Deep learning algorithm reveals two prognostic subtypes in patients with gliomas

Jing Tian, Mingzhen Zhu, Zijing Ren, Qiang Zhao, Puqing Wang, Colin K. He, Min Zhang, Xiaochun Peng, Beilei Wu, Rujia Feng & Minglong Fu
Additional file 5: Table S3. Subtypes identified using alternative approaches.

Additional file 9 of Deep learning algorithm reveals two prognostic subtypes in patients with gliomas

Jing Tian, Mingzhen Zhu, Zijing Ren, Qiang Zhao, Puqing Wang, Colin K. He, Min Zhang, Xiaochun Peng, Beilei Wu, Rujia Feng & Minglong Fu
Additional file 9: Table S6. Clinical information of CGGA RNA-seq dataset.

Additional file 13 of Deep learning algorithm reveals two prognostic subtypes in patients with gliomas

Jing Tian, Mingzhen Zhu, Zijing Ren, Qiang Zhao, Puqing Wang, Colin K. He, Min Zhang, Xiaochun Peng, Beilei Wu, Rujia Feng & Minglong Fu
Additional file 13: Figure S5. Methylation levels of DNA methylation driven genes.

Additional file 15 of Deep learning algorithm reveals two prognostic subtypes in patients with gliomas

Jing Tian, Mingzhen Zhu, Zijing Ren, Qiang Zhao, Puqing Wang, Colin K. He, Min Zhang, Xiaochun Peng, Beilei Wu, Rujia Feng & Minglong Fu
Additional file 15: Supplementary methods. Description of normalization methods used data normalization.

sj-docx-1-jbf-10.1177_22808000221124418 – Supplemental material for Improving the solubility of melanin nanoparticles from apricot kernels is a potent drug delivery system

Li Gao, Liu Yang, Lixiao Guo, Haibin Wang, Yinghu Zhao, Jun Xie & Nan Shi
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-jbf-10.1177_22808000221124418 for Improving the solubility of melanin nanoparticles from apricot kernels is a potent drug delivery system by Li Gao, Liu Yang, Lixiao Guo, Haibin Wang, Yinghu Zhao, Jun Xie and Nan Shi in Journal of Applied Biomaterials & Functional Materials

sj-docx-1-jbf-10.1177_22808000221124418 – Supplemental material for Improving the solubility of melanin nanoparticles from apricot kernels is a potent drug delivery system

Li Gao, Liu Yang, Lixiao Guo, Haibin Wang, Yinghu Zhao, Jun Xie & Nan Shi
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-jbf-10.1177_22808000221124418 for Improving the solubility of melanin nanoparticles from apricot kernels is a potent drug delivery system by Li Gao, Liu Yang, Lixiao Guo, Haibin Wang, Yinghu Zhao, Jun Xie and Nan Shi in Journal of Applied Biomaterials & Functional Materials

Improving the solubility of melanin nanoparticles from apricot kernels is a potent drug delivery system

Li Gao, Liu Yang, Lixiao Guo, Haibin Wang, Yinghu Zhao, Jun Xie & Nan Shi
Background:Melanin can be used in biomedical nanomaterials, but its solubility in water and bioavailability are low.Aim:Melanin nanoparticles were prepared and then PEG-natural melanin nanoparticles (NMNP-PEG) were obtained with good performance and optimize their (water solubility, dispersion stability, chelating metal ions, photothermal stability, drug delivery, and biocompatibility), therefore improve the water solubility of melanin and broaden its application scope in biology, medicine, food, and other fields.Methods:MFAK (melanin from apricot kernels) and NMNP-PEG were prepared and characterized...

Improving the solubility of melanin nanoparticles from apricot kernels is a potent drug delivery system

Li Gao, Liu Yang, Lixiao Guo, Haibin Wang, Yinghu Zhao, Jun Xie & Nan Shi
Background:Melanin can be used in biomedical nanomaterials, but its solubility in water and bioavailability are low.Aim:Melanin nanoparticles were prepared and then PEG-natural melanin nanoparticles (NMNP-PEG) were obtained with good performance and optimize their (water solubility, dispersion stability, chelating metal ions, photothermal stability, drug delivery, and biocompatibility), therefore improve the water solubility of melanin and broaden its application scope in biology, medicine, food, and other fields.Methods:MFAK (melanin from apricot kernels) and NMNP-PEG were prepared and characterized...

Additional file 1 of Effects of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) on thyroid hormone metabolism in the late gestation fetus

Erin K. Ison, Amber S. Hopf-Jannasch, John C. S. Harding & J. Alex Pasternak
Additional file 1. Raw absolute quantification gene expression data. Median copy number per 20 ng equivalent cDNA in maternal endometrium (END), fetal placenta (PLC), fetal liver (LVR), and fetal kidney (KID) tissues that were derived from fetuses of Sham inoculated control and PRRSV-2 challenged dams at 21 days post maternal infection. Color indicates median expression values of a given gene within a given tissue, with the highest value being coded green and lowest coded red...

Supplemental Material - A data-driven investigation on park visitation and income mixing of visitors in New York City

Hanxue Wei, Xiao Huang, Sicheng Wang, Junyu Lu, Zhenlong Li & Liao Zhu
Supplementary Material for A data-driven investigation on park visitation and income mixing of visitors in New York City by Hanxue Wei, Xiao Huang, Sicheng Wang, Junyu Lu, Zhenlong Li, Liao Zhu in Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science.

Additional file 1 of Serosurvey of anti-Toxocara canis antibodies in people experiencing homelessness and shelter workers from São Paulo, Brazil

Vamilton Alvares Santarém, Anahi Chechia do Couto, Susana Zevallos Lescano, William Henry Roldán, Ruana Renostro Delai, Rogério Giuffrida, Louise Bach Kmetiuk, Alexander Welker Biondo, Sriveny Dangoudoubiyam & Andrea Pires dos Santos
Additional file 1: Table S1. Associated risk factors for toxocariasis in shelter workers of São Paulo city, Brazil (N=79).

China’s terrestrial ecosystem carbon balance during the 20th century: an analysis with a process-based biogeochemistry model

Yanyu Lu, Yao Huang, Qianlai Zhuang, Wei Sun, Shutao Chen & Jun Lu
Abstract Background China’s terrestrial ecosystems play a pronounced role in the global carbon cycle. Here we combine spatially-explicit information on vegetation, soil, topography, climate and land use change with a process-based biogeochemistry model to quantify the responses of terrestrial carbon cycle in China during the 20th century. Results At a century scale, China’s terrestrial ecosystems have acted as a carbon sink averaging at 96 Tg C yr− 1, with large inter-annual and decadal variabilities. The...

Additional file 1 of Mesoporous silica nanoparticle-encapsulated Bifidobacterium attenuates brain Aβ burden and improves olfactory dysfunction of APP/PS1 mice by nasal delivery

Ni Liu, Changwen Yang, Xiaohan Liang, Kai Cao, Jun Xie, Qingming Luo & Haiming Luo
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Characterization of MSNs. a Transmission electron micrographs of MSNs of different sizes (scale bar = 200 nm). b Corresponding histogram and Gaussian fit of the measured MSN size distribution. Figure S2. Absorption spectroscopy of MSN-Cy3, FITC-Bifidobacterium, and MSNs-Bifidobacterium. Figure S3. Representative images of colonies formed by MSNs-Bi on the culture medium were used to evaluate the activity of Bifidobacterium in Krebs-Henseleit solution. Figure S4. Characterization of MSN-encapsulated Bifidobacterium and E....

Mesoporous silica nanoparticle-encapsulated Bifidobacterium attenuates brain Aβ burden and improves olfactory dysfunction of APP/PS1 mice by nasal delivery

Ni Liu, Changwen Yang, Xiaohan Liang, Kai Cao, Jun Xie, Qingming Luo & Haiming Luo
Abstract Background Dysbiosis or imbalance of gut microbiota in Alzheimer's disease (AD) affects the production of short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs), whereas exogenous SCFAs supplementation exacerbates brain Aβ burden in APP/PS1 mice. Bifidobacterium is the main producer of SCFAs in the gut flora, but oral administration of Bifidobacterium is ineffective due to strong acids and bile salts in the gastrointestinal tract. Therefore, regulating the levels of SCFAs in the gut is of great significance for AD...

Modelling the thermoelectric properties of cement-based materials using finite element method and effective medium theory

Lorenzo Stella, Conrad Johnston, Javier F. Troncoso, Piotr Chudzinski, Esther Orisakwe, Jorge Kohanoff, Ruchita Jani, Niall Holmes, Brian Norton, Xiaoli Liu, Ming Qu, Hongxi Yin & Kazuaki Yazawa

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