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Data from: Investigation of the acid/base behaviour of the opium alkaloid thebaine in LC-ESI-MS mobile phase by NMR spectroscopy

Michelle G. Carlin, John R. Dean, Jonathon L. Bookham, Justin J.B. Perry, Jonathan L. Bookham & Justin J. B. Perry
As part of a research program to establish an analytical method for the simultaneous detection of the five major opium alkaloids in poppy seeds by liquid chromatography-electrospray ionization-mass spectrometry (LC-ESI-MS) it was discovered that the inclusion of thebaine produced two peaks for the same compound. This was in contrast to the effective simultaneous detection, by LC-ESI-MS, of morphine, codeine, papaverine and noscapine. The presence of these two peaks for thebaine was investigated using nuclear magnetic...

Electron Electromagnetic Ion Cyclotron diffusion coefficients calculated from Van Allen Probe observations

Johnathan Ross & Sarah Glauert
Electromagnetic Ion Cyclotron (EMIC) wave are important for the losses of ultra-relativistic electrons from the Earth's radiation belts. In this work, statistical EMIC diffusion coefficients are calculated from Van Allen Probe A observations of EMIC waves from the entire mission. The diffusion coefficient calculations include the observed L* and activity dependent distributions in plasma density and wave spectra so that the wave-particle interactions modelled are representative of those in the radiation belts. These diffusion coefficients...

VAMOS - Oral History

Susan Ashley
¡VAMOS! Oral History

VAMOS - Oral History

Susan Ashley
¡VAMOS! Oral History

Afro-Carib Organisations - Oral History

Susan Ashley
Afro-Carib Groups - Oral History

Additional file 3 of Auditory rhythmical cueing to improve gait in community-dwelling stroke survivors (ACTIVATE): a pilot randomised controlled trial

Lisa Shaw, Patricia McCue, Philip Brown, Christopher Buckley, Silvia Del Din, Richard Francis, Heather Hunter, Allen Lambert, Sue Lord, Christopher I. M. Price, Helen Rodgers, Lynn Rochester & Sarah A. Moore
Additional file 3: Figure S3. Example of the diary used to record training sessions.

Auditory rhythmical cueing to improve gait in community-dwelling stroke survivors (ACTIVATE): a pilot randomised controlled trial

Lisa Shaw, Patricia McCue, Philip Brown, Christopher Buckley, Silvia Del Din, Richard Francis, Heather Hunter, Allen Lambert, Sue Lord, Christopher I. M. Price, Helen Rodgers, Lynn Rochester & Sarah A. Moore
Abstract Background Gait impairment limiting mobility and restricting activities is common after stroke. Auditory rhythmical cueing (ARC) uses a metronome beat delivered during exercise to train stepping and early work reports gait improvements. This study aimed to establish the feasibility of a full scale multicentre randomised controlled trial to evaluate an ARC gait and balance training programme for use by stroke survivors in the home and outdoors. Methods A parallel-group observer-blind pilot randomised controlled trial...

New Link to the individual file being reproduced (Figure 3)

Haifa Al-Sarrar & Kit Heyam
This figure came from AIZOO. It has been resized into 215*215 and then to 224*224 to be suitable of our models, after that the image was processed inside the models to produce a bounding box around the face objects with a class lable (with mask). This dataset is under the license provided in the link below:https://github.com/AIZOOTech/FaceMaskDetection/blob/master/LICENSE

Supplemental Material - Feasibility and acceptability of a physical activity behavioural modification tele-coaching intervention in lung transplant recipients

Emily Hume, Hazel Muse, Kirstie Wallace, Mick Wilkinson, Karen Heslop Marshall, Arun Nair, Stephen Clark & Ioannis Vogiatzis
Supplemental Material for Feasibility and acceptability of a physical activity behavioural modification tele-coaching intervention in lung transplant recipients by Emily Hume, Hazel Muse, Kirstie Wallace, Mick Wilkinson, Karen Heslop Marshall, Arun Nair, Stephen Clark, and Ioannis Vogiatzis in Chronic Respiratory Disease

HePulse 885534J3

Abdul Wasy Zia, Ioannis ANESTOPOULOS, Leon Bowen, Mihalis Panagiotidis & Martin Birkett
HePulse 885534J3 Dataset - A New Design of Precision Silver Doped Diamond-Like Carbon Coating with Superior Bio-Mechanical Performance: Silver (Ag) doped diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings are in high demand for biomedical applications. However, excess Ag doping in typical Ag/DLC coatings reduces mechanical performance and poses cytotoxicity to human cells. In this work a new Ag/DLC coating model is proposed with precise doping of Ag in a DLC matrix in the form of isolated nanoparticles embedded...

HePulse 885534J2

Abdul Wasy Zia, Ioannis ANESTOPOULOS, Mihalis Panagiotidis & Martin Birkett
HePulse 885534J3 Dataset - Soft diamond-like carbon coatings with superior biocompatibility for medical applications: Biomedical applications of diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings are continuously increasing in recent years. The biocompatibility of DLC coatings has been comprehensively investigated over numerous materials, substrate systems, and dopants but not as a function of DLC intrinsic properties. In this work, a series of DLC coatings are prepared as a function of bias voltage varying from 0 to -120 V, and...

Serum angiopoietin-1 concentration does not distinguish patients with ischaemic stroke from those presenting to hospital with ischaemic stroke mimics

Joseph V. Moxon, Ann-Katrin Kraeuter, James Phie, Sheryl Juliano, Georgina Anderson, Glenys Standley, Cindy Sealey, Richard P. White & Jonathan Golledge
Abstract Background A previous study found that circulating angiopoietin-1 (angpt-1) concentrations were significantly lower in patients who had a recent ischaemic stroke compared to healthy controls. The primary aim of this study was to assess whether serum angpt-1 could be used as a diagnostic test of ischemic stroke in patients presenting to hospital as an emergency. Exploratory analyses investigated the association of proteins functionally related to angpt-1 (angpt-2, Tie-2, matrix metalloproteinase-9 and vascular endothelial growth...

BEDMAP2 - Ice thickness, bed and surface elevation for Antarctica - standardised shapefiles and geopackages

Peter Fretwell, Hamish Pritchard, David Vaughan, Jonathan Bamber, N. Barrand, R.E. Bell, C Bianchi, Robert Bingham, Donald Blankenship, G. Casassa, Ginny Catania, D. Callens, H Conway, Alison Cook, Hugh Corr, D Damaske, V. Damn, Fausto Ferraccioli, Rene Forsberg, S. Fujita, Y. Gim, P. Gogineni, J. Griggs, Richard Hindmarsh, P. Holmlund … & Julien Bodart
We present here the Bedmap2 ice thickness, bed and surface elevation aggregated points and survey lines. The aggregated points consist of statistically-summarised shapefile points (centred on a continent-wide 500 m x 500 m grid) that reports the average values of ice thickness, bed and surface elevation from the full-resolution survey data and information on their distribution. The points presented here correspond to the additional points to Bedmap1 used for the gridding of Bedmap2. The data...

sj-pdf-4-aut-10.1177_13623613221132921 – Supplemental material for Co-design of an NHS primary care health check for autistic adults

Helen Taylor, Barry Ingham, David Mason, Tracy Finch, Colin Wilson, Clare Scarlett, Sebastian Moss, Carole Buckley, Anna Urbanowicz, Dora Raymaker, Charlotte Seiboth, Rhianna Lees, Deborah Garland, Malcolm Osbourne, Nicholas Lennox, Sally-Ann Cooper, Christina Nicolaidis & Jeremy R Parr
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-4-aut-10.1177_13623613221132921 for Co-design of an NHS primary care health check for autistic adults by Helen Taylor, Barry Ingham, David Mason, Tracy Finch, Colin Wilson, Clare Scarlett, Sebastian Moss, Carole Buckley, Anna Urbanowicz, Dora Raymaker, Charlotte Seiboth, Rhianna Lees, Deborah Garland, Malcolm Osbourne, Nicholas Lennox, Sally-Ann Cooper, Christina Nicolaidis and Jeremy R Parr in Autism

Record of expert inputs shaping future city discourses for Urban Living Birmingham

M.H. Grace, A.J. Scott, J.P. Sadler, D.G. Proverbs & N. Grayson
The dataset consists of the transcripts of expert inputs considering how the conceptual thinking for both ‘smart’ and ‘natural or biophilic’ cities could combine to inform future urban discourses and critically reviewed a set of emerging characteristics that described the interface between these alternative discourses. These inputs include informed practice-based perspectives on themes identified in the literature and comparative assessments, testing the integrating principles identified in the research against business as usual silo approaches, which...

Speleothem chronology in Ledyanaya Lenskaya and Botovskaya caves used in publication \"Paleoclimate evidence of vulnerable permafrost during times of low sea-ice\" By Vaks, A. et al.(2020)

A Vaks, A.J. Mason, S. F. M. Breitenbach, A. M. Kononov, A. V. Osinzev, M. Rosensaft, A. Borshevsky, O. S. Gutareva & G. M. Henderson
The tables describe U-series chronology of speleothems in Ledyanaya Lenskaya and Botovskaya caves used in the manuscript "Paleoclimate evidence of vulnerable permafrost during times of low sea ice" by Vaks et al. 2020, Nature 577, 7789, 221–225. The information included in the tables is listed as following: Table 1: Table 1a includes U–Pb data from Ledyanaya Lenskaya and Botovskaya caves; Table 1b includes common Pb estimates for Ledyanaya Lenskaya and Botovskaya caves. Table 2: U–Th...

Reliably predicting pollinator abundance: challenges of calibrating process-based ecological models

Emma Gardner, Tom Breeze, Yann Clough, Henrik Smith, Katherine Baldock, Alistair Campbell, Michael Garratt, Mark Gillespie, William Kunin, Megan McKerchar, Jane Memmott, Simon Potts, Deepa Senapathi, Graham Stone, Felix Wäckers, Duncan Westbury, Andrew Wilby & Thomas Oliver
1. Pollination is a key ecosystem service for global agriculture but evidence of pollinator population declines is growing. Reliable spatial modelling of pollinator abundance is essential if we are to identify areas at risk of pollination service deficit and effectively target resources to support pollinator populations. Many models exist which predict pollinator abundance but few have been calibrated against observational data from multiple habitats to ensure their predictions are accurate. 2. We selected the most...

Chronic insomnia and bed partner actigraphy data

Maia Angelova, Shitanshu Kusmakar, Chandan Karmakar, Ye Zhu, Sergiy Shelyag, Sean Drummond & Jason Ellis
The files contain seven nights of continuous actigraphy measurements of 40 subjects with chronic insomnia and their 40 bed partners. Wrist actigraphy was used, collected for one week using Respironics Actiwatch Spectrum Pro and Actiware software (Respironics, Bend, OR, USA), with movement counts were sampled in 60-second epochs. All recruited subjects wore the devices at all times during day and night. All subjects were free to move and were not prohibited from doing any activities...

HePulse 885534J2

Abdul Wasy Zia, Ioannis ANESTOPOULOS, Mihalis Panagiotidis & Martin Birkett
HePulse 885534J3 Dataset - Soft diamond-like carbon coatings with superior biocompatibility for medical applications: Biomedical applications of diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings are continuously increasing in recent years. The biocompatibility of DLC coatings has been comprehensively investigated over numerous materials, substrate systems, and dopants but not as a function of DLC intrinsic properties. In this work, a series of DLC coatings are prepared as a function of bias voltage varying from 0 to -120 V, and...

Additional file 4 of Auditory rhythmical cueing to improve gait in community-dwelling stroke survivors (ACTIVATE): a pilot randomised controlled trial

Lisa Shaw, Patricia McCue, Philip Brown, Christopher Buckley, Silvia Del Din, Richard Francis, Heather Hunter, Allen Lambert, Sue Lord, Christopher I. M. Price, Helen Rodgers, Lynn Rochester & Sarah A. Moore
Additional file 4: Table S1. Description of the ARC gait and balance training programme using TIDieR checklist.

Additional file 5 of Auditory rhythmical cueing to improve gait in community-dwelling stroke survivors (ACTIVATE): a pilot randomised controlled trial

Lisa Shaw, Patricia McCue, Philip Brown, Christopher Buckley, Silvia Del Din, Richard Francis, Heather Hunter, Allen Lambert, Sue Lord, Christopher I. M. Price, Helen Rodgers, Lynn Rochester & Sarah A. Moore
Additional file 5: Table S2. Participant feedback data.

Additional file 1 of Auditory rhythmical cueing to improve gait in community-dwelling stroke survivors (ACTIVATE): a pilot randomised controlled trial

Lisa Shaw, Patricia McCue, Philip Brown, Christopher Buckley, Silvia Del Din, Richard Francis, Heather Hunter, Allen Lambert, Sue Lord, Christopher I. M. Price, Helen Rodgers, Lynn Rochester & Sarah A. Moore
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Example gait training exercise.

Additional file 1 of The experiences and perceptions of female breast cancer patients regarding weight management during and after treatment for oestrogen-receptor positive disease: a qualitative study

Saxton JM, Pickering K, Wane S, Crank H, Anderson AS, Cain H, Cohen J, Copeland RJ, Gray J, Hargreaves J, McNally RJQ & Wilson C
Additional file 1.

Additional file 1 of The experiences and perceptions of female breast cancer patients regarding weight management during and after treatment for oestrogen-receptor positive disease: a qualitative study

Saxton JM, Pickering K, Wane S, Crank H, Anderson AS, Cain H, Cohen J, Copeland RJ, Gray J, Hargreaves J, McNally RJQ & Wilson C
Additional file 1.

The experiences and perceptions of female breast cancer patients regarding weight management during and after treatment for oestrogen-receptor positive disease: a qualitative study

Saxton JM, Pickering K, Wane S, Crank H, Anderson AS, Cain H, Cohen J, Copeland RJ, Gray J, Hargreaves J, McNally RJQ & Wilson C
Abstract Background Weight gain is commonly observed during and after breast cancer treatment and is associated with poorer survival outcomes, notably in women with oestrogen-receptor positive disease. The aim of this qualitative study was to investigate the experiences and perceptions of oestrogen-receptor positive (ER +) female breast cancer patients (BCPs) regarding weight management behaviours during and after treatment. Secondly, to gain insight into the experiences of healthcare professionals (HCPs) regarding the provision of weight management...

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