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A Present from below the Equator. A Snippet from the Manuscript of Alexander von Humboldt's Journal from his Trip to America. From the Collection of Radowitz

Dominik Erdmann & Monika Jaglarz

Grażyna Kędrek (1953–2018)

Krystyna Münnich-Kafel

Sonaty fortepianowe Johanna Nepomuka Hummla

Aleksandra Biśta

Structure of E.coli Class 2 L-asparaginase EcAIII, mutant RDM1-12 (G206C, R207T, D210A, S211A)

Joanna Loch
X-ray diffraction data

Habitat shapes diversity of gut microbiomes in a wild population of blue tits Cyanistes caeruleus

Szymon Drobniak, Mariusz Cichoń, Katarzyna Janas, Julia Barczyk, Lars Gustafsson, Magdalena Zagalska-Neubauer, Szymon M. Drobniak & Magdalena Zagalska‐Neubauer
Microbiome constitutes and important axis of individual variation that, together with genes and the environment, influences an individual’s physiology and fitness. Microbiomes are dependent not only on an individual’s body condition but also on external factors, such as diet or stress levels, and as such can be involved into feedbacks between the external ecological factors and internal physiology. In our study we used a wild population of blue tits (Cyanistes caeruleus) to investigate the impact...

Partner fidelity and environmental filtering preserve stage-specific turtle ant gut symbioses for over 40 million years

Yi Hu, Catherine D’Amelio, Benoît Béchade, Christian Cabuslay, Piotr Lukasik, Jon Sanders, Shauna Price, Emily Fanwick, Scott Powell, Corrie Moreau & Jacob Russell
Sustaining beneficial gut symbioses presents a major challenge for animals, Including holometabolous insects. Social insects may meet such challenges through behavioral symbiont transfer and transgenerational inheritance through colony founders. We address such potential through colony-wide explorations across 13 eusocial, holometabolous ant species in the genus Cephalotes. Through amplicon sequencing and qPCR, we show that previously characterized worker microbiomes are largely conserved across adult castes, that adult microbiomes exhibit strong trends of phylosymbiosis, and that Cephalotes...

Fine particulate matter-induced oxidative stress mediated by UVA-visible light leads to keratinocyte damage - concept

Krystian Mokrzyński, Olga Krzysztyńska-Kuleta, Marcin Zawrotniak, Michal Sarna & Tadeusz Sarna

Data from: Landscape genetics reveals contrasting patterns of connectivity in two newt species (Lissotriton montandoni and L. vulgaris)

Bernardo Antunes, Clara Figueiredo-Vázquez, Katarzyna Dudek, Marcin Liana, Maciej Pabijan, Piotr Zieliński & Wiesław Babik
Ecologically distinct species may respond to landscape changes in different ways. In addition to basic ecological data, the extent of the geographic range has been successfully used as an indicator of species sensitivity to anthropogenic landscapes, with widespread species usually found to be less sensitive compared to range-restricted species. In this study, we investigate connectivity patterns of two closely related but ecologically distinct newt species – the range-restricted, Lissotriton montandoni and the widespread, L. vulgaris...

3D melanoma spheroid model for the development of positronium biomarker - version raw data

Ewa Stepien, Hanieh Karimi & Pawel Moskal

La pandemia, il ritorno del positivismo e la lezione dimenticata del razionalismo critico

Riccardo Campa

Nest-boxes alter the reproductive ecology of urban cavity-nesters in a species-dependent way

Joanna Sudyka, Irene Di Lecce, Lucyna Wojas, Patryk Rowiński & Marta Szulkin
Human-provided nesting shelters such as nest-boxes mitigate the shortage of natural breeding sites. Since artificial nests are not where animals evolved and optimised their reproductive performance, it remains inconclusive if these are adequate substitutes, ensuring equivalent fitness returns while breeding. In particular, most knowledge on the ecology of cavity-nesting birds comes from nest-box populations, but no study has directly compared fitness consequences of breeding inside nest-boxes in relation to natural cavities in cities. We directly...

Micro-/mesoporous copper-containing zeolite Y applied in $NH_3-SCR, DeNO_x$ - version 1

Kinga Góra-Marek

RNA seq data of cardiac fibroblasts after stimulation with WNT3a or WNT5a in the presence of TGFβ - concept

Przemysław Błyszczuk & Edyta Działo

PARACETAMOL-Medicina-Database - version 1

Iwona Popiołek & Grzegorz Porebski

Risk Factors for Hepatotoxicity Due to Paracetamol Overdose in Adults - concept

Iwona Popiołek, Piotr Hydzik, Paweł Jagielski, Monika Zrodlowska, Karol Mystek & Grzegorz Porebski

Kradzież twarzy O pewnym przypadku aktorskich wykroczeń przeciw cenzurze obyczajowej w XIX wieku

DOROTA JARZABEK-WASYL
The article is devoted to the ban on representing living people in theatre in the 19th century. The phenomenon of copying the physiognomy, behaviour and gestures of living, recognisable people on stage caused a lot of controversy, but it also constantly aroused much interest among spectators. The article presents a number of examples of violations of the principle of ‘not touching’ living people, from the times of Bohomolec to the times of Wyspiański.  The author...

The first online capillary electrophoresis-microscale thermophoresis (CE-MST) method for the analysis of dynamic equilibria – determination of acidity constant of fluorescein isothiocyanate - version 1

Paweł Nowak, Maria Klag, Gabriela Kózka, Małgorzata Gołąb & Michał Woźniakiewicz

Additional file 5 of Insights into adaptive evolution of plastomes in Stipa L. (Poaceae)

Katarzyna Krawczyk, Kamil Myszczyński, Marcin Nobis & Jakub Sawicki
Additional file 5: Figure S2. The likelihood of adaptive pressure occurrence in particular CDS. The plots show the results of the Z-test, carried out for the 15-codon-long fragments. The values shown in the Y-axis (Z-scores) above 2.33 (blue horizontal line) correspond to the reliability level of 99%. Values above 3.09 (red horizontal line) correspond to the reliability of 99.9%.

Additional file 4 of Insights into adaptive evolution of plastomes in Stipa L. (Poaceae)

Katarzyna Krawczyk, Kamil Myszczyński, Marcin Nobis & Jakub Sawicki
Additional file 4: Figure S1. Distribution of substitution rates across 11 genes as calculated in HyPhy using the GTR model of evolution.

Additional file 5 of Insights into adaptive evolution of plastomes in Stipa L. (Poaceae)

Katarzyna Krawczyk, Kamil Myszczyński, Marcin Nobis & Jakub Sawicki
Additional file 5: Figure S2. The likelihood of adaptive pressure occurrence in particular CDS. The plots show the results of the Z-test, carried out for the 15-codon-long fragments. The values shown in the Y-axis (Z-scores) above 2.33 (blue horizontal line) correspond to the reliability level of 99%. Values above 3.09 (red horizontal line) correspond to the reliability of 99.9%.

Additional file 2 of Acquired drug resistance interferes with the susceptibility of prostate cancer cells to metabolic stress

Jessica Catapano, Marcin Luty, Tomasz Wróbel, Maciej Pudełek, Katarzyna Piwowarczyk, Sylwia Kędracka-Krok, Maciej Siedlar, Zbigniew Madeja & Jarosław Czyż
Additional file 2. Appendix 1: Proteomic analyses of DCX/MET-treated PC-3 WT and PC-3_DCX20 cells.

Additional file 3 of Acquired drug resistance interferes with the susceptibility of prostate cancer cells to metabolic stress

Jessica Catapano, Marcin Luty, Tomasz Wróbel, Maciej Pudełek, Katarzyna Piwowarczyk, Sylwia Kędracka-Krok, Maciej Siedlar, Zbigniew Madeja & Jarosław Czyż
Additional file 3. Appendix 2: Proteomic analyses of DCX/FF-treated PC-3 WT and PC-3_DCX20 cells.

Additional file 3 of Acquired drug resistance interferes with the susceptibility of prostate cancer cells to metabolic stress

Jessica Catapano, Marcin Luty, Tomasz Wróbel, Maciej Pudełek, Katarzyna Piwowarczyk, Sylwia Kędracka-Krok, Maciej Siedlar, Zbigniew Madeja & Jarosław Czyż
Additional file 3. Appendix 2: Proteomic analyses of DCX/FF-treated PC-3 WT and PC-3_DCX20 cells.

FASTQ files from NGS 16S bacterial DNA sequencing : effect of butyrate and beta-glucan on HFD - version 1

Zuzanna Majka, Tomasz Gosiewski , Agnieszka Kaczor, Agnieszka Krawczyk, Krzysztof Czamara, Joanna Mazurkiewicz, Ewa Stanek, Izabela Czyżyńska-Cichoń, Mariusz Kepczynski, Dominika Salamon & BARBARA ZAPAŁA

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