33 Works

Data from: Population assignment reveals low migratory connectivity in a weakly structured songbird

Matthew G. DeSaix, Lesley P. Bulluck, Andrew J. Eckert, Catherine B. Viverette, Than J. Boves, Jessica A. Reese, Christopher M. Tonra & Rodney J. Dyer
Understanding migratory connectivity is essential for determining the drivers behind population dynamics and for implementing effective conservation strategies for migratory species. Genetic markers provide a means to describe migratory connectivity, however they can be uninformative for species with weak population genetic structure, which has limited their application. Here, we demonstrated a genomic approach to describing migratory connectivity in the prothonotary warbler, Protonotaria citrea, a Neotropical songbird of conservation concern. Using 26,189 SNPs, we revealed regional...

2019 Analysis of 132 bepress Digital Commons research institutions

Jimmy Ghaphery
Research data set of 132 bepress Digital Commons sites that are listed by bepress as "research universities". Repository size, download activity, and thesis and dissertation data collected from public readership maps on each repository site on 11/27/2019. Data set is supplemented with notations for Carnegie Classification, journal publishing, thesis/dissertation information, and comparison to 2017 data (10.17605/OSF.IO/2KPG6)

Data from: Telemedicine in neurology: telemedicine work group of the American Academy of Neurology update

Jaime M. Hatcher-Martin, Jamie Lynn Adams, Eric R Anderson, Riley Bove, Tamika M. Burrus, Mahan Chehrenama, Mary Dolan O'Brien, Dawn S. Eliashiv, Deniz Erten-Lyons, Barbara S. Giesser, Lauren Moo, Pushpa Narayanaswami, Marvin A. Rossi, Madhu Soni, Nauman Tariq, Jack W. Tsao, Bert Vargas, Scott Vota, Scott Wessels, Hannah Planalp & Raghav Govindarajan
ABSTRACT Purpose: While there is strong evidence supporting the importance of telemedicine in stroke, its role in other areas of neurology is not as clear. The goal of this review is to provide an overview of evidence-based data regarding the role of teleneurology in the care of patients with neurologic disorders other than stroke. Recent findings: Studies across multiple specialties report noninferiority of evaluations by telemedicine compared with traditional, in-person evaluations in terms of patient...

Additional file 1 of Comparative study of excretory–secretory proteins released by Schistosoma mansoni-resistant, susceptible and naïve Biomphalaria glabrata

Conor E. Fogarty, Min Zhao, Donald P. McManus, Mary G. Duke, Scott F. Cummins & Tianfang Wang
Additional file 1: Database S1. The B. glabrata protein database used in the proteomic data analysis.

The Zoo Task: A Novel Metacognitive Problem-Solving Task Developed with a Sample of African American Children from Schools in High Poverty Communities

Jwalin Patel, Amanda Aldercotte, Maria Tsapali, Zewelanji Serpell, Teresa Parr & Michelle Ellefson
Metacognition is important for monitoring and regulating cognitive processes, decision-making, problem-solving and learning. Despite widespread interest in metacognition, measuring metacognition in children poses a significant challenge. Some qualitative and observational metrics exist, but are restricted by scalability, range of metacognitive components measured, and use of different metrics compared with tasks for adults. We developed a novel scalable, paper-based task that measures all components of metacognition that is not conflated by other variables like verbal ability...

Spit for Science Roommate Project

Rebecca Smith, Jessica E Salvatore, Fazil Aliev, Peter Barr, Zoe Neale & Danielle Dick

Data from: Tracing the footprints of a moving hybrid zone under a demographic history of speciation with gene flow

Mitra Menon, Erin Landguth, Alejandro Leal-Saenz, Justin Bagley, Anna Schoettle, Christian Wehenkel, Lluvia Flores-Renteria, Sam Cushman, Kristen Waring & Andrew Eckert
A lack of optimal gene combinations, as well as low levels of genetic diversity are often associated with the formation of species range margins. Conservation efforts rely on predictive modelling using abiotic variables and assessments of genetic diversity to determine target species and populations for controlled breeding, germplasm conservation and assisted migration. Biotic factors such as interspecific competition and hybridization, however, are largely ignored, despite their prevalence across diverse taxa and their role as key...

Metabolic Modulation Predicts Heart Failure Tests Performance

Dayanjan Wijesinghe, Daniel Contaifer, Leo Buckley, George Wohlford, Naren Kumar, Joshua Morriss, Asanga Ranasinghe, Salvatore Carbone, Justin Canada, Cory Trankle, Antonio Abbate & Benjamin Van Tassell
The metabolic changes that accompany changes in Cardiopulmonary testing (CPET) and heart failure biomarkers (HFbio) are not well known. We undertook metabolomic and lipidomic phenotyping of a cohort of heart failure (HF) patients and utilized Multiple Regression Analysis (MRA) to identify associations to CPET and HFBio test performance (peak oxygen consumption (Peak VO2), oxygen uptake efficiency slope (OUES), exercise duration, and minute ventilation-carbon dioxide production slope (VE/VCO2 slope), as well as the established HF biomarkers...

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  • Virginia Commonwealth University
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  • Hohai University
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  • Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  • Northeast Forestry University
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • Jiangsu University
  • Yale University