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Additional file 5 of Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) and sand fly-borne pathogens in the Greater Mekong Subregion: a systematic review

John Hustedt, Didot Budi Prasetyo, Jodi M. Fiorenzano, Michael E. von Fricken & Jeffrey C. Hertz
Additional file 5: Table S5. Data extracted from the human epidemiology papers included in this review.

Example Project

Eric Olson

The need for larval source management accompanying urban development projects in malaria endemic areas: a case study on Bioko Island

Guillermo A. García, Godwin Fuseini, Olivier Tresor Donfack, Rachel N. Wofford, Jose Antonio Mba Nlang, Prudencio Bibang Efiri, Valeriano Oluy Nsue Maye, Thomas A. Weppelmann, David Galick, Wonder Philip Phiri, Kylie DeBoer, Jordan M. Smith, Jeremias Nzamio Mba Eyono, Matilde Riloha Rivas, Carlos A. Guerra & Michael E. von Fricken
Abstract Background In 2017, several new housing districts were constructed on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. This case study assessed the impact construction projects had on mosquito larval habitats and the effectiveness of larval source management in reducing malaria vector density within the surrounding area. Methods Anopheline larval presence was assessed at 11 new construction sites by the proportion of larval habitats containing Anopheline pupae and late instar larval stages. Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti) larvicide was...

Daniel's Component

Daniel Steger

Response of soil respiration to changes in soil temperature and water table level in drained and restored peatlands of the southeastern United States

E. E. Swails, M. Ardón, K. W. Krauss, A. L. Peralta, R. E. Emanuel, A. M. Helton, J. L. Morse, L. Gutenberg, N. Cormier, D. Shoch, S. Settlemyer, E. Soderholm, B. P. Boutin, C. Peoples & S. Ward
Abstract Background Extensive drainage of peatlands in the southeastern United States coastal plain for the purposes of agriculture and timber harvesting has led to large releases of soil carbon as carbon dioxide (CO2) due to enhanced peat decomposition. Growth in mechanisms that provide financial incentives for reducing emissions from land use and land-use change could increase funding for hydrological restoration that reduces peat CO2 emissions from these ecosystems. Measuring soil respiration and physical drivers across...

Response of soil respiration to changes in soil temperature and water table level in drained and restored peatlands of the southeastern United States

E. E. Swails, M. Ardón, K. W. Krauss, A. L. Peralta, R. E. Emanuel, A. M. Helton, J. L. Morse, L. Gutenberg, N. Cormier, D. Shoch, S. Settlemyer, E. Soderholm, B. P. Boutin, C. Peoples & S. Ward
Abstract Background Extensive drainage of peatlands in the southeastern United States coastal plain for the purposes of agriculture and timber harvesting has led to large releases of soil carbon as carbon dioxide (CO2) due to enhanced peat decomposition. Growth in mechanisms that provide financial incentives for reducing emissions from land use and land-use change could increase funding for hydrological restoration that reduces peat CO2 emissions from these ecosystems. Measuring soil respiration and physical drivers across...

Additional file 1 of Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) and sand fly-borne pathogens in the Greater Mekong Subregion: a systematic review

John Hustedt, Didot Budi Prasetyo, Jodi M. Fiorenzano, Michael E. von Fricken & Jeffrey C. Hertz
Additional file 1: Table S1. Bartonellosis reported in humans.

Motivated Beliefs and Future Desired Efforts

Kun Qian & Daniel Houser
One of the key questions in the motivated beliefs is what motivates people's beliefs and how the beliefs updating patterns are influenced. We investigate the role of future desired efforts in motivated beliefs and self-serving bias. We examine the relationship between future desired efforts and motivated beliefs by exogenously controlling the situations of the second section of the memorizing task. Our study explores how beliefs are formed and maintained under the motivation-based theory.

COS Training 2.0 Presentation

Eric Olson, April Clyburne-Sherin, Nicole Pfeiffer & Huajin Wang
COS training resources are getting an update

Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy and psoriasis comorbidity with significantly alleviated in symptoms after secukinumab: case report

Yan Jin, Hong Chu, Hongjuan Dong, Hongyang Wang, Qingping Wang, Xiaoquan Zhao, Dongdong Qin, Zuneng Lu & Chao Weng
Abstract Background Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) is an autoimmune disease that involves damage to the peripheral nervous system. The course of the disease can progress for more than 8 weeks, with frequent incidences of relapse-remission courses. This article reported a rare combination of CIDP with fluctuating symptoms, recurrence-remission, and comorbidity with psoriasis. Case presentation A 29-year-old male patient with repeated limb weakness and numbness was admitted to the hospital several times in the past...

Additional file 1 of Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy and psoriasis comorbidity with significantly alleviated in symptoms after secukinumab: case report

Yan Jin, Hong Chu, Hongjuan Dong, Hongyang Wang, Qingping Wang, Xiaoquan Zhao, Dongdong Qin, Zuneng Lu & Chao Weng
Additional file 1: Flowchart 1. Diagram of the hypothesis of pathogenesis Unknown antigens or environmental factors can trigger the activation of innate immune cells. These activated immune cells can produce a large number of inflammatory factors, such as interleukin (IL)-23 and TNF -α, which can induce the differentiation of primitive T cells into Th17 cells, and the activated Th17 cells then can overproduce IL-17 and IL-22, etc., promoting the proliferation of keratinocytes and recruiting pro-inflammatory...

ArcWaT: a model-based cell-by-cell GIS toolbox for estimating wave transformation during storm surge events

Felício Cassalho, André de S. de Lima, Tyler W. Miesse, Arslaan Khalid, Daniel J. Coleman & Celso M. Ferreira
Quantifying the spatially varying nearshore wave characteristics and energy dissipation mechanisms is of utmost importance for several coastal management and engineering applications as well as for flood hazard assessment. This study presents the ArcGIS Wave Transformation toolbox (ArcWaT), a model-based GIS toolbox for estimating wave transformation from wave magnitude and direction model outputs. In order to assess the ArcWaT capabilities, a case study was developed using ADCIRC + SWAN model outputs from a highly-resolved numerical...

Development of novel, Exon-Primed Intron-Crossing (EPIC) markers from EST databases and evaluation of their phylogenetic utility in Commiphora (Burseraceae)

Morgan R. Gostel & Andrea Weeks
Premise of the study: Novel nuclear exon-primed intron-crossing (EPIC) markers were developed to increase phylogenetic resolution among recently diverged lineages in the frankincense and myrrh family, Burseraceae, using Citrus, Arabidopsis, and Oryza genome resources. Methods and Results: Primer pairs for 48 nuclear introns were developed using the genome resource IntrEST and were screened using species of Commiphora and other Burseraceae taxa. Four putative intron regions (RPT6A, BXL2, mtATP Synthase D, and Rab6) sequenced successfully for...

Data from: In-solution hybridization for mammalian mitogenome enrichment: pros, cons and challenges associated with multiplexing degraded DNA

Melissa T. R. Hawkins, Courtney A. Hofman, Taylor Callicrate, Molly M. McDonough, Mirian T. N. Tsuchiya, Eliécer E. Gutierrez, Kristofer M. Helgen & Jesús E. Maldonado
Here, we present a set of RNA-based probes for whole mitochondrial genome in-solution enrichment, targeting a diversity of mammalian mitogenomes. This probes set was designed from seven mammalian orders and tested to determine the utility for enriching degraded DNA. We generated 63 mitogenomes representing five orders and 22 genera of mammals that yielded varying coverage ranging from 0 to >5400X. Based on a threshold of 70% mitogenome recovery and at least 10× average coverage, 32...

Data from: Evolutionary history of endemic Sulawesi squirrels constructed from UCEs and mitogenomes sequenced from museum specimens

Melissa T. R. Hawkins, Jennifer A. Leonard, Kristofer M. Helgen, Molly M. McDonough, Larry L. Rockwood & Jesus E. Maldonado
Background: The Indonesian island of Sulawesi has a complex geological history. It is composed of several landmasses that have arrived at a near modern configuration only in the past few million years. It is the largest island in the biodiversity hotspot of Wallacea—an area demarcated by the biogeographic breaks between Wallace’s and Lydekker’s lines. The mammal fauna of Sulawesi is transitional between Asian and Australian faunas. Sulawesi’s three genera of squirrels, all endemic (subfamily Nannosciurinae:...

Data from: A new basal chaeomysticete (Mammalia: Cetacea) from the late Oligocene Pysht Formation of Washington, USA

Carlos Mauricio Peredo & Mark D. Uhen
Modern baleen-bearing mysticetes are descendant from archaic, toothed mysticetes known from the Late Eocene and Oligocene of the Pacific Ocean. These toothed mysticetes, such as aetiocetids and mammalodontids, dominate the Oligocene fossil record. However, larger bodied eomysticetids have recently been described from the Oligocene of the Pacific and western Atlantic. These eomysticetids lack functional teeth as adults and are thus considered to be the earliest members of Chaeomysticeti. A new fossil from the Olympic Peninsula,...

Data from: Neutralizing misinformation through inoculation: exposing misleading argumentation techniques reduces their influence

John Cook, Ullrich Ecker, Ullrich K.H. Lewandowsky, Stephan Lewandowsky & Ullrich K. H. Ecker
Misinformation can undermine a well-functioning democracy. For example, public misconceptions about climate change can lead to lowered acceptance of the reality of climate change and lowered support for mitigation policies. This study experimentally explored the impact of misinformation about climate change and tested several pre-emptive interventions designed to reduce the influence of misinformation. We found that false-balance media coverage (giving contrarian views equal voice with climate scientists) lowered perceived consensus overall, although the effect was...

Data from: The decay of motor adaptation to novel movement dynamics reveals an asymmetry in the stability of motion state-dependent learning

Eghbal A. Hosseini, Katrina P. Nguyen & Wilsaan M. Joiner
Motor adaptation paradigms provide a quantitative method to study short-term modification of motor commands. Despite the growing understanding of the role motion states (e.g., velocity) play in this form of motor learning, there is little information on the relative stability of memories based on these movement characteristics, especially in comparison to the initial adaptation. Here, we trained subjects to make reaching movements perturbed by force patterns dependent upon either limb position or velocity. Following training,...

OSF Institutions

Eric Olson, Nicole Pfeiffer, Daniel Steger, Gretchen Gueguen & Nadja Oertelt
Collaborative space with resources and information for existing and potential members of the OSF Institutions community. Public components include an overview of the OSF Institutions product and community and information for new members. Areas will be added in the coming months to include resources to help members provide support, training, outreach, and marketing for OSF at their home institution as well as collaborative spaces for sharing resources and ideas. https://osf.io/ba3dy/

Regulatory Science Education: The Need for Generalization

Alan Moghissi, Richard A. Calderone, Jean Pierre Auffret, Lisa Jaeger, Janice Longstreth, Dennis K. McBride, Tomoko Steen, David Harrison, Destini M. Garrison, Natalie M. McDaniel, Henry Debrah, Larissa J. Gloutak, Douglas G. Shumway, Deniek Turner, Griffin W. E. Woolley & Kerra F. Washington

Climate Matters in the Newsroom: A 2020 Census Survey of Society of Environmental Journalists Members

Edward W. Maibach, William A. Yagatich, Amanda C. Borth, Eryn Campbell, Shaelyn M. Patzer, Kristin Timm, Richard T. Craig &

Data from: Long-term change in the avifauna of undisturbed Amazonian rainforest: Ground-foraging birds disappear and the baseline shifts

Cameron Rutt, Philip Stouffer, Vitek Jirinec, Richard Bierregaard, Angélica Hernández-Palma, Erik Johnson, Stephen Midway, Luke Powell, Jared Wolfe & Thomas Lovejoy
How are rainforest birds faring in the Anthropocene? We use bird captures spanning >35 years from 55 sites within a vast area of intact Amazonian rainforest to reveal reduced abundance of terrestrial and near-ground insectivores in the absence of deforestation, edge effects, or other direct anthropogenic landscape change. Because undisturbed forest includes far fewer terrestrial and near-ground insectivores than it did historically, today’s fragments and second growth are more impoverished than shown by comparisons with...

Valuing Cooperation and Constructive Controversy: A Tribute to David W. Johnson

Dean Tjosvold, Daniel Druckman, Roger Johnson, Karl Smith & Cary Roseth

Funder Mandates and Trends in Open Science

Eric Olson, Nicole Pfeiffer & David Mellor
Research funders are requiring or strongly encouraging open and reproducible methods at increased rates, leading researchers to rely on more data management tools while institutions continue to provide services to support them. Research support staff adapt quickly to guide their stakeholders and provide resources, while administrators must find methods to determine adoption and success across the community. In this webinar, COS Director of Policy David Mellor will share an update on funder expectations like preregistration,...

Theory to Practice: Reflections on a Consulting Life

Daniel Druckman

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