Ergonomists’ experiences of executing occupational health surveillance for workers exposed to hand-intensive work: a qualitative explorationKristina Eliasson, Anncristine Fjellman-Wiklund, Gunilla Dahlgren, Therese Hellman, Magnus Svartengren, Teresia Nyman & Charlotte Lewis
Abstract Background In order to reduce work-related upper limb disorders, the Swedish Work Environment Authority introduced an occupational health surveillance targeting hand-intensive work. A process model, aimed at supporting the employers as well as the occupational health service provider (i.e., ergonomist) in the work process with the occupational health surveillance, was developed. The objective of this qualitative study was to explore ergonomists’ experiences of the execution of occupational health surveillance for hand-intensive work when following...
Additional file 2 of Qualitative longitudinal research in health research: a method studyÅsa Audulv, Elisabeth O. C. Hall, Åsa Kneck, Thomas Westergren, Liv Fegran, Mona Kyndi Pedersen, Hanne Aagaard, Kristianna Lund Dam & Mette Spliid Ludvigsen
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Additional file 3 of Qualitative longitudinal research in health research: a method studyÅsa Audulv, Elisabeth O. C. Hall, Åsa Kneck, Thomas Westergren, Liv Fegran, Mona Kyndi Pedersen, Hanne Aagaard, Kristianna Lund Dam & Mette Spliid Ludvigsen
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Additional file 5 of Qualitative longitudinal research in health research: a method studyÅsa Audulv, Elisabeth O. C. Hall, Åsa Kneck, Thomas Westergren, Liv Fegran, Mona Kyndi Pedersen, Hanne Aagaard, Kristianna Lund Dam & Mette Spliid Ludvigsen
Additional file 5. Table of included articles (author(s), year of publication, reference, country, aims and research questions, methodology, type of data material, length of data collection period, number of participants)
Socioeconomic inequalities in asthma and respiratory symptoms in a high-income country: changes from 1996 to 2016Christian Schyllert, Anne Lindberg, Linnea Hedman, Caroline Stridsman, Martin Andersson, Heidi Andersén, Päivi Piirilä, Bright I. Nwaru, Steinar Krokstad, Eva Rönmark & Helena Backman
Low socioeconomic status based both on educational level and income has been associated with asthma and respiratory symptoms, but changes over time in these associations have rarely been studied. The aim was to study the associations between educational or income inequality and asthma and respiratory symptoms among women and men over a 20-year period in northern Sweden. The study was performed within the Obstructive Lung disease in Northern Sweden (OLIN) research program. Mailed questionnaire surveys...
Scalable model-free feature screening via sliced-Wasserstein dependencyTao Li, Jun Yu & Cheng Meng
We consider the model-free feature screening problem that aims to discard non-informative features before downstream analysis. Most of the existing feature screening approaches have at least quadratic computational cost with respect to the sample size n, thus may suffer from a huge computational burden when n is large. To alleviate the computational burden, we propose a scalable model-free sure independence screening approach. This approach is based on the so-called sliced-Wasserstein dependency, a novel metric that...
Neighbourhood social sustainable development and spatial scale: a qualitative case study in SwedenLiv Zetterberg, Malin Eriksson, Cecilia Ravry, Ailiana Santosa & Nawi Ng
Social sustainability has increasingly become a goal for urban policy and planning, and for local and regional developmental strategies. Neighbourhoods are a common spatial scale for studying social sustainability and there is a growing focus on social sustainability in urban neighbourhoods for both researchers and policymakers. This paper is based on a qualitative case study of a neighbourhood defined by the municipality as at-risk of negative social development in a municipality in northern Sweden. The...
Exome sequencing of a hybrid pine species complex on the Qinghai-Tibetan PlateauJing-Fang Guo, Wei Zhao, Bea Andersson, Jian-Feng Mao & Xiao-Ru Wang
This study investigates the evolutionary history of Pinus densata on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP) and genomic heterogeneity across a zone of species transition to understand contemporary dynamics of selection and evolution of species barriers. We analyzed the genetic diversity in a range-wide collection of P. densata and representative populations of its progenitors P. tabuliformis and P. yunnanensis using 40,000 exome probe capture sequencing.
sj-pdf-1-ijb-10.1177_13670069221139155 – Supplemental material for A longitudinal study of episodic memory recall in multilingualsMariana Vega-Mendoza, Daniel Eriksson Sörman, Maria Josefsson & Jessica K. Ljungberg
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-ijb-10.1177_13670069221139155 for A longitudinal study of episodic memory recall in multilinguals by Mariana Vega-Mendoza, Daniel Eriksson Sörman, Maria Josefsson and Jessica K. Ljungberg in International Journal of Bilingualism
Phospholipase C is a novel regulator at the early stages of microspore embryogenesis in Nicotiana tabacumPan Luo, Aixi Jiang, Yi Zhou, Mingchun Yang, Xiaotong Zhou, Yong Yang, Jun Yu & Xingchun Tang
Microspore transfers the developmental fate into embryogenesis in vitro regulated by determinant factors of stress-induced. However, the key regulators of microspore embryogenesis (ME) are still largely undiscovered to reveal the mechanism of cell fate transition. Here, we report that Phospholipase C (PLC) is involved at the early stages of ME in Nicotiana tabacum. NtPLC2/3/4 are expressed at the initial stages of ME. The expression levels of NtPLC2/3 are transient activated after 3 days in culture,...
sj-docx-1-sph-10.1177_19417381221147305 – Supplemental material for A Longitudinal Case-Control Study of a Female Athlete Preinjury and After ACL Reconstruction: Hop Performance, Knee Muscle Strength, and Knee Landing MechanicsJosefine E. Naili, Jonas L. Markström & Charlotte K. Häger
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-sph-10.1177_19417381221147305 for A Longitudinal Case-Control Study of a Female Athlete Preinjury and After ACL Reconstruction: Hop Performance, Knee Muscle Strength, and Knee Landing Mechanics by Josefine E. Naili, Jonas L. Markström and Charlotte K. Häger in Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach
Additional file 3 of Validation of dynamic [18F]FE-PE2I PET for estimation of relative regional cerebral blood flow: a comparison with [15O]H2O PETSusanna Jakobson Mo, Jan Axelsson, Lars Stiernman & Katrine Riklund
Additional file 3: Figure s2. Bland–Altman plots. Legend Bland–Altman plots illustrating the relationship between the difference between R1 (FE-PE2I) and F (H2O) relative regional cerebral blood flow (on the y-axis), and the mean of R1 and F (on the x-axis) in the frontal, parietal and temporal lobes and the cingulate cortex, the putamen and the caudate, respectively. The mean of the difference is indicated by the bold black line. The upper and lower limits of...
The topological nature of tag jumping in environmental DNA metabarcoding studies (sequencing raw data)Saúl Rodríguez Martínez, Jonatan Klaminder, Marina Morlock, Love Dalén & Doreen Huang
Metabarcoding of environmental DNA constitutes a state-of-the-art tool for environmental studies. One fundamental principle implicit in most metabarcoding studies is that individual sample amplicons can still be identified after being pooled with others – based on their unique combinations of tags – during the so-called demultiplexing step that follows sequencing. Nevertheless, it has been recognized that tags can sometimes be changed (i.e. tag jumping), which ultimately leads to sample crosstalk. Here, using four DNA metabarcoding...
Precise and stable edge orientation signaling by human first-order tactile neuronsVaishnavi Sukumar, Roland Johansson & J. Andrew Pruszynski
Fast-adapting type 1 (FA-1) and slow-adapting type 1 (SA-1) first-order neurons in the human tactile system have distal axons that branch in the skin and form many transduction sites, yielding receptive fields with many highly sensitive zones or ‘subfields’. We previously demonstrated that this arrangement allows FA-1 and SA-1 neurons to signal the geometric features of touched objects, specifically the orientation of raised edges scanned with the fingertips. Here we show that such signaling operates...
Divergent mutational processes distinguish hypoxic and normoxic tumoursVinayak Bhandari, Constance H Li, Robert G Bristow, Paul C Boutros, Lauri A Aaltonen, Federico Abascal, Adam Abeshouse, Hiroyuki Aburatani, David J Adams, Nishant Agrawal, Keun Soo Ahn, Sung-Min Ahn, Hiroshi Aikata, Rehan Akbani, Kadir C Akdemir, Hikmat Al-Ahmadie, Sultan T Al-Sedairy, Fatima Al-Shahrour, Malik Alawi, Monique Albert, Kenneth Aldape, Ludmil B Alexandrov, Adrian Ally, Kathryn Alsop, Eva G Alvarez … & Christian von Mering
Many primary tumours have low levels of molecular oxygen (hypoxia), and hypoxic tumours respond poorly to therapy. Pan-cancer molecular hallmarks of tumour hypoxia remain poorly understood, with limited comprehension of its associations with specific mutational processes, non-coding driver genes and evolutionary features. Here, as part of the ICGC/TCGA Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes (PCAWG) Consortium, which aggregated whole genome sequencing data from 2658 cancers across 38 tumour types, we quantify hypoxia in 1188 tumours spanning...
Additional file 2 of Validation of dynamic [18F]FE-PE2I PET for estimation of relative regional cerebral blood flow: a comparison with [15O]H2O PETSusanna Jakobson Mo, Jan Axelsson, Lars Stiernman & Katrine Riklund
Additional file 2: Figure s1. Correlation plots of R1 (FE-PE2I) and F (H2O): cingulate, putamen and caudate. Legend Right: Cingulate cortex, Middle: Putamen, Left: Caudate. Values are averaged over the left and right hemispheres. HC Healthy controls (open squares), Pat Patients (filled red dots).
Additional file 4 of Validation of dynamic [18F]FE-PE2I PET for estimation of relative regional cerebral blood flow: a comparison with [15O]H2O PETSusanna Jakobson Mo, Jan Axelsson, Lars Stiernman & Katrine Riklund
Additional file 4: Table s1. Difference in rCBFR measured as F (H2O) and R1 (FE-PE2I) between patients and healthy controls (T-test results). Legend Measures are averaged left and right hemisphere rCBFR values. rCBFR: relative regional cerebral blood flow. HC Healthy controls; rCBFR relative regional cerebral blood flow. F relative regional cerebral blood flow measured with [15O]H2O PET. R1 relative regional cerebral blood flow measured with [18F]FE-PE2I.
Additional file 1 of Validation of dynamic [18F]FE-PE2I PET for estimation of relative regional cerebral blood flow: a comparison with [15O]H2O PETSusanna Jakobson Mo, Jan Axelsson, Lars Stiernman & Katrine Riklund
Additional file 1: Table s3. Test of normally distributed differences between R1 and F. Legend R1 relative regional cerebral blood flow measured with [18F]FE-PE2I, F relative regional cerebral blood flow measured with [15O]H2O PET.
sj-docx-1-tpp-10.1177_20451253231151514 – Supplemental material for Incidence of hyperthyroidism in patients with bipolar or schizoaffective disorder with or without lithium: 21-year follow-up from the LiSIE retrospective cohort studyIngrid Lieber, Michael Ott, Robert Lundqvist, Mats Eliasson & Ursula Werneke
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-tpp-10.1177_20451253231151514 for Incidence of hyperthyroidism in patients with bipolar or schizoaffective disorder with or without lithium: 21-year follow-up from the LiSIE retrospective cohort study by Ingrid Lieber, Michael Ott, Robert Lundqvist, Mats Eliasson and Ursula Werneke in Therapeutic Advances in Psychopharmacology
Incidence of hyperthyroidism in patients with bipolar or schizoaffective disorder with or without lithium: 21-year follow-up from the LiSIE retrospective cohort studyIngrid Lieber, Michael Ott, Robert Lundqvist, Mats Eliasson & Ursula Werneke
Background:Lithium-associated hyperthyroidism is much rarer than lithium-associated hypothyroidism. Yet, it may be of substantial clinical significance for affected individuals. For instance, lithium-associated hyperthyroidism could destabilise mood, mimic manic episodes and impact physical health. Only few studies have explored incidence rates of lithium-associated hyperthyroidism. Even fewer studies have compared incidence rates according to lithium exposure history.Objectives:To determine the impact of lithium treatment on the incidence rate of hyperthyroidism in patients with bipolar or schizoaffective disorder and...
Antiviral, antibiotics and decongestants in wastewater treatment plants and receiving rivers in the Thames catchmentA.C. Singer, J.D. Järhult, R. Grabic, G.A. Khan, R.H. Lindberg, G. Fedorova, J. Fick, M.J. Bowes, B. Olsen & H. Söderström
This dataset contains the concentration of eleven antibiotics (trimethoprim, oxytetracycline, ciprofloxacin, azithromycin, cefotaxime, doxycycline, sulfamethoxazole, erythromycin, clarithromycin, ofloxacin, norfloxacin), three decongestants (naphazoline, oxymetazoline, xylometazoline) and the antiviral drug oseltamivir's active metabolite, oseltamivir carboxylate, measured at 21 locations within the River Thames catchment in England. The measurements were taken weekly during November 2009, once in March 2010 and once in May 2011, with the aim to quantify pharmaceutical usage during the influenza pandemic of 2009 and...
Additional file 2 of Transposable element expansion and low-level piRNA silencing in grasshoppers may cause genome gigantismXuanzeng Liu, Muhammad Majid, Hao Yuan, Huihui Chang, Lina Zhao, Yimeng Nie, Lang He, Xiaojing Liu, Xiaoting He & Yuan Huang
Additional file 2: Table S1. Proportion of repetitive elements in the genome. Table S2. Comparative analysis of repeat sequences in two species. Table S3. List of 41 TEs shared in the two species (copy number >500). Table S4. Annotations of Class I retrotransposon transcript (TPM>1). Table S5. Retrotransposon transcript quantification matrix (TPM normalization) of L. migratoria. Table S6. Retrotransposon transcript quantification matrix (TPM normalization) of A. rhodopa. Table S7. Abundance of piRNAs corresponding to 41...
Surgical waiting times and all-cause mortality in patients with non-metastatic renal cell carcinomaAndreas Karlsson Rosenblad, Pernilla Sundqvist, Ulrika Harmenberg, Mikael Hellström, Fabian Hofmann, Anders Kjellman, Britt-Inger Kröger Dahlin, Per Lindblad, Magnus Lindskog, Sven Lundstam & Börje Ljungberg
To examine the association between surgical waiting times (SWTs) and all-cause mortality (ACM) in non-metastatic patients with RCC, in relation to tumour stage. This nation-wide population-based cohort study included 9,918 M0 RCC patients registered in the National Swedish Kidney Cancer Register, between 2009 and 2021, followed-up for ACM until 9 December 2021, and having measured SWTs. The associations between primarily SWTs from date of radiological diagnosis to date of surgery (WRS) and secondarily SWTs from...
Additional file 2 of Pan-cancer analysis of pre-diagnostic blood metabolite concentrations in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and NutritionMarie Breeur, Pietro Ferrari, Laure Dossus, Mazda Jenab, Mattias Johansson, Sabina Rinaldi, Ruth C. Travis, Mathilde His, Tim J. Key, Julie A. Schmidt, Kim Overvad, Anne Tjønneland, Cecilie Kyrø, Joseph A. Rothwell, Nasser Laouali, Gianluca Severi, Rudolf Kaaks, Verena Katzke, Matthias B. Schulze, Fabian Eichelmann, Domenico Palli, Sara Grioni, Salvatore Panico, Rosario Tumino, Carlotta Sacerdote … & Vivian Viallon
Additional file 2: Supplementary tables and figures. Figure S1. Pearson correlation between the 117 original metabolites. Figure S2. Sensitivity analyses of mutually adjusted ORs for the overall associations and cancer type-specific deviations. Figure S3. Sensitivity analysis of mutually adjusted ORs for the overall associations and cancer type-specific deviations with or without excluding hormone users. Figure S4. p-values of tests for departure from linearity and effect modification by BMI. Figure S5. ORs for the overall associations...
Combined burden and functional impact tests for cancer driver discovery using DriverPowerShimin Shuai, Federico Abascal, Samirkumar B Amin, Gary D Bader, Pratiti Bandopadhayay, Jonathan Barenboim, Rameen Beroukhim, Johanna Bertl, Keith A Boroevich, Søren Brunak, Peter J Campbell, Joana Carlevaro-Fita, Dimple Chakravarty, Calvin Wing Yiu Chan, Ken Chen, Jung Kyoon Choi, Jordi Deu-Pons, Priyanka Dhingra, Klev Diamanti, Lars Feuerbach, J Lynn Fink, Nuno A Fonseca, Joan Frigola, Carlo Gambacorti-Passerini, Dale W Garsed … & L van’t Veer
The discovery of driver mutations is one of the key motivations for cancer genome sequencing. Here, as part of the ICGC/TCGA Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes (PCAWG) Consortium, which aggregated whole genome sequencing data from 2658 cancers across 38 tumour types, we describe DriverPower, a software package that uses mutational burden and functional impact evidence to identify driver mutations in coding and non-coding sites within cancer whole genomes. Using a total of 1373 genomic features...
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences44
University of Copenhagen38
International Agency for Research on Cancer30
Nanjing Medical University19
West China Hospital of Sichuan University18
Air Force Medical University18
Beijing University of Chinese Medicine18