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Asthma adherence article raw data set

Razi Paracha, David Lo, Ursula Montgomery, Louise Ryan, Vivek Varakantam & Erol A Gaillard
Asthma adherence atricle raw data: Anonymised raw data for each patient in the study covering demographic data, preventer medication adherence data, rescue inhaler data, spirometry results and FeNO. Description of the Data and file structure Each patient’s data is listed per column.
Columns:
A: age in years
B: patient sex
C: Patient sex code
D: Number of salbutamol inhaler prescriptions over the past year
E: Preventer adherence rate (adherence rate was calculated as the ratio...

Asthma adherence article raw data set

Razi Paracha, David Lo, Ursula Montgomery, Louise Ryan, Vivek Varakantam & Erol A Gaillard
Asthma adherence atricle raw data: Anonymised raw data for each patient in the study covering demographic data, preventer medication adherence data, rescue inhaler data, spirometry results and FeNO. Description of the Data and file structure Each patient’s data is listed per column.
Columns:
A: age in years
B: patient sex
C: Patient sex code
D: Number of salbutamol inhaler prescriptions over the past year
E: Preventer adherence rate (adherence rate was calculated as the ratio...

Additional file 4 of Deficiency of exchange protein directly activated by cAMP (EPAC)-1 in mice augments glucose intolerance, inflammation, and gut dysbiosis associated with Western diet

Preeti Dinesh Virwani, Lin Cai, Patrick Ka Kit Yeung, Gordon Qian, Yingxian Chen, Lei Zhou, Jason Wing Hon Wong, Yu Wang, Joshua Wing Kei Ho, Kui Kai Lau, Pei-Yuan Qian & Sookja Kim Chung
Additional file 4: Table S3. Relative abundance of classes detected through 16S rRNA gene sequencing using fecal DNA.

Additional file 3 of Deficiency of exchange protein directly activated by cAMP (EPAC)-1 in mice augments glucose intolerance, inflammation, and gut dysbiosis associated with Western diet

Preeti Dinesh Virwani, Lin Cai, Patrick Ka Kit Yeung, Gordon Qian, Yingxian Chen, Lei Zhou, Jason Wing Hon Wong, Yu Wang, Joshua Wing Kei Ho, Kui Kai Lau, Pei-Yuan Qian & Sookja Kim Chung
Additional file 3: Table S2. Relative abundance of phyla detected through 16S rRNA gene sequencing using fecal DNA.

Additional file 6 of Deficiency of exchange protein directly activated by cAMP (EPAC)-1 in mice augments glucose intolerance, inflammation, and gut dysbiosis associated with Western diet

Preeti Dinesh Virwani, Lin Cai, Patrick Ka Kit Yeung, Gordon Qian, Yingxian Chen, Lei Zhou, Jason Wing Hon Wong, Yu Wang, Joshua Wing Kei Ho, Kui Kai Lau, Pei-Yuan Qian & Sookja Kim Chung
Additional file 6: Table S5. Relative abundance of families detected through 16S rRNA gene sequencing using fecal DNA.

Additional file 3 of Deficiency of exchange protein directly activated by cAMP (EPAC)-1 in mice augments glucose intolerance, inflammation, and gut dysbiosis associated with Western diet

Preeti Dinesh Virwani, Lin Cai, Patrick Ka Kit Yeung, Gordon Qian, Yingxian Chen, Lei Zhou, Jason Wing Hon Wong, Yu Wang, Joshua Wing Kei Ho, Kui Kai Lau, Pei-Yuan Qian & Sookja Kim Chung
Additional file 3: Table S2. Relative abundance of phyla detected through 16S rRNA gene sequencing using fecal DNA.

Additional file 5 of Deficiency of exchange protein directly activated by cAMP (EPAC)-1 in mice augments glucose intolerance, inflammation, and gut dysbiosis associated with Western diet

Preeti Dinesh Virwani, Lin Cai, Patrick Ka Kit Yeung, Gordon Qian, Yingxian Chen, Lei Zhou, Jason Wing Hon Wong, Yu Wang, Joshua Wing Kei Ho, Kui Kai Lau, Pei-Yuan Qian & Sookja Kim Chung
Additional file 5: Table S4. Relative abundance of orders detected through 16S rRNA gene sequencing using fecal DNA.

Additional file 9 of Deficiency of exchange protein directly activated by cAMP (EPAC)-1 in mice augments glucose intolerance, inflammation, and gut dysbiosis associated with Western diet

Preeti Dinesh Virwani, Lin Cai, Patrick Ka Kit Yeung, Gordon Qian, Yingxian Chen, Lei Zhou, Jason Wing Hon Wong, Yu Wang, Joshua Wing Kei Ho, Kui Kai Lau, Pei-Yuan Qian & Sookja Kim Chung
Additional file 9: Table S7. Relative abundance of bacterial species determined through shotgun sequencing.

Supplemental Material - Survival comparison of different histological subtypes of oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma: A propensity-matched score analysis based on SEER database

Tao Li, Yi Wang, Xianwang Xiang & Chuanjun Chen
Supplemental Material for Survival comparison of different histological subtypes of oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma: A propensity-matched score analysis based on SEER database by Tao Li, Yi Wang, Xianwang Xiang and Chuanjun Chen in Ear, Nose & Throat Journal

Supplementary document for Bifacial metasurface enabled pancake metalens by polarized space folding - 6121320.pdf

Chen Chen, Xin Ye, Jiacheng Sun, Yuxin Chen, Chunyu Huang, Xingjian Xiao, Wange Song, Shining Zhu & Tao Li
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Supplementary Figure 3: Predictors of gastrointestinal bleeding in patients following left ventricular assist device implantation: a systematic review and meta-analysis.docx

Manesh Kumar Gangwani, Muhammad Aziz, Ali Nawras, Fnu Priyanka, Zohaib Ahmed, Raja Samir Khan, Mohammad Aadil Qamar, Fawad Haroon, Abeer Aziz, Wade Lee Smith, Shri Jai Kirshan Ravi, Vishal Parikh, Zakaria Alyousif, Asif Mahmood, Raseen Tariq, Devesh Rai & Wilbert S Aronow
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Preliminary validation of the pica, ARFID and rumination disorder interview ARFID questionnaire (PARDI-AR-Q)

Rachel Bryant-Waugh, Casey M. Stern, Melissa J. Dreier, Nadia Micali, Lucy J. Cooke, Megan C. Kuhnle, Helen Burton Murray, Shirley B. Wang, Lauren Breithaupt, Kendra R. Becker, Madhusmita Misra, Elizabeth A. Lawson, Kamryn T. Eddy & Jennifer J. Thomas
Abstract Background The Pica, ARFID, and Rumination Disorder Interview (PARDI) is a structured interview that can be used to determine diagnosis, presenting characteristics, and severity across three disorders, including avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID). The purpose of this study was to evaluate the psychometric properties of a questionnaire focused specifically on ARFID (PARDI-AR-Q), which has the potential to provide related information with less participant burden. Methods Adolescents and adults (n = 71, ages 14–40 years)...

Additional file 1 of Preliminary validation of the pica, ARFID and rumination disorder interview ARFID questionnaire (PARDI-AR-Q)

Rachel Bryant-Waugh, Casey M. Stern, Melissa J. Dreier, Nadia Micali, Lucy J. Cooke, Megan C. Kuhnle, Helen Burton Murray, Shirley B. Wang, Lauren Breithaupt, Kendra R. Becker, Madhusmita Misra, Elizabeth A. Lawson, Kamryn T. Eddy & Jennifer J. Thomas
Additional file 1. Supplemental tables and supplemental figure.

Additional file 2 of Preliminary validation of the pica, ARFID and rumination disorder interview ARFID questionnaire (PARDI-AR-Q)

Rachel Bryant-Waugh, Casey M. Stern, Melissa J. Dreier, Nadia Micali, Lucy J. Cooke, Megan C. Kuhnle, Helen Burton Murray, Shirley B. Wang, Lauren Breithaupt, Kendra R. Becker, Madhusmita Misra, Elizabeth A. Lawson, Kamryn T. Eddy & Jennifer J. Thomas
Additional file 2. PARDI-AR-Q Self 14+.

Additional file 2 of Repetitive mild TBI causes pTau aggregation in nigra without altering preexisting fibril induced Parkinson’s-like pathology burden

Vedad Delic, Joshua H. Karp, Maynard Guzman, Gabriel R. Arismendi, Katherine J. Stalnaker, Julia A. Burton, Kathleen E. Murray, Joshua P. Stamos, Kevin D. Beck, Arpine Sokratian, Andrew B. West & Bruce A. Citron
Additional file 2. Figure 2S. Novel object recognition and placement were performed to test if r-mTBI causes learning and memory deficits in rats. No differences detected after each of the 8 planned injuries in novel object recognition A or novel object placement B.

Additional file 3 of Repetitive mild TBI causes pTau aggregation in nigra without altering preexisting fibril induced Parkinson’s-like pathology burden

Vedad Delic, Joshua H. Karp, Maynard Guzman, Gabriel R. Arismendi, Katherine J. Stalnaker, Julia A. Burton, Kathleen E. Murray, Joshua P. Stamos, Kevin D. Beck, Arpine Sokratian, Andrew B. West & Bruce A. Citron
Additional file 3. Figure 3S ELISA measure of blood serum S100beta as an indicator of the blood brain barrier integrity. S100beta was undetectable in the rat blood serum two hours after either mild or severe TBI A. S100beta standard curve was generated with the protein provided in the kit B.

Additional file 5 of Repetitive mild TBI causes pTau aggregation in nigra without altering preexisting fibril induced Parkinson’s-like pathology burden

Vedad Delic, Joshua H. Karp, Maynard Guzman, Gabriel R. Arismendi, Katherine J. Stalnaker, Julia A. Burton, Kathleen E. Murray, Joshua P. Stamos, Kevin D. Beck, Arpine Sokratian, Andrew B. West & Bruce A. Citron
Additional file 5. Figure 5S. Dynamic light scattering of sonicated PFFs prior to injection. Water bath sonication of PFF prep produced majority of fibril fragments with a diameter of 30 nm or less.

Repetitive mild TBI causes pTau aggregation in nigra without altering preexisting fibril induced Parkinson’s-like pathology burden

Vedad Delic, Joshua H. Karp, Maynard Guzman, Gabriel R. Arismendi, Katherine J. Stalnaker, Julia A. Burton, Kathleen E. Murray, Joshua P. Stamos, Kevin D. Beck, Arpine Sokratian, Andrew B. West & Bruce A. Citron
Abstract Population studies have shown that traumatic brain injury (TBI) is associated with an increased risk for Parkinson’s disease (PD) and among U.S. Veterans with a history of TBI this risk is 56% higher. The most common type of TBI is mild (mTBI) and often occurs repeatedly among athletes, military personnel, and victims of domestic violence. PD is classically characterized by deficits in fine motor movement control resulting from progressive neurodegeneration of dopaminergic neurons in...

sj-pdf-1-jva-10.1177_11297298221139640 – Supplemental material for Risk factors for in-stent restenosis in maintenance hemodialysis patients with central venous occlusive disease and biomechanical assessment of stents

Yang Yu, Yuqin Xiong, Tao Li, Jingyuan Zhou, Weijie Yan, Yan Xiong, Yu Chen & Ping Fu
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-jva-10.1177_11297298221139640 for Risk factors for in-stent restenosis in maintenance hemodialysis patients with central venous occlusive disease and biomechanical assessment of stents by Yang Yu, Yuqin Xiong, Tao Li, Jingyuan Zhou, Weijie Yan, Yan Xiong, Yu Chen and Ping Fu in The Journal of Vascular Access

sj-pdf-3-jva-10.1177_11297298221139640 – Supplemental material for Risk factors for in-stent restenosis in maintenance hemodialysis patients with central venous occlusive disease and biomechanical assessment of stents

Yang Yu, Yuqin Xiong, Tao Li, Jingyuan Zhou, Weijie Yan, Yan Xiong, Yu Chen & Ping Fu
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-3-jva-10.1177_11297298221139640 for Risk factors for in-stent restenosis in maintenance hemodialysis patients with central venous occlusive disease and biomechanical assessment of stents by Yang Yu, Yuqin Xiong, Tao Li, Jingyuan Zhou, Weijie Yan, Yan Xiong, Yu Chen and Ping Fu in The Journal of Vascular Access

Additional file 2 of Characterization of diazotrophic root endophytes in Chinese silvergrass (Miscanthus sinensis)

Yongbin Li, Rui Yang, Max M. Häggblom, Mengyan Li, Lifang Guo, Baoqin Li, Max Kolton, Zhiguo Cao, Mohsen Solemani, Zheng Chen, Zhimin Xu, Wenlong Gao, Bei Yan & Weimin Sun
Additional file 2: The methods of "Extraction of root endophyticmicroorganisms", "SIP gradient fractionation", "Shotgunmetagenome sequencing", and "Growth promotion potential of isolateddiazotrophs". Figure S1. Overview of the experimental design employing acombination of field study, DNA-SIP, and pot experiment. Figure S2. Samplinglocations for pioneer plant M. sinensis in southern China. Figure S3. Theassays of checking root surface sterilization. Figure S4. Experimental design ofBidens pilosa L. plants grown in the 50 mL serum tube sealed with septa. Figure...

Additional file 1 of A review on the application of the exposome paradigm to unveil the environmental determinants of age-related diseases

Enmin Ding, Yu Wang, Juan Liu, Song Tang & Xiaoming Shi
Additional file 1. The search strategies and main results of epidemiologic studies reporting the association between environmentalrisk factors and age-related diseases.

A review on the application of the exposome paradigm to unveil the environmental determinants of age-related diseases

Enmin Ding, Yu Wang, Juan Liu, Song Tang & Xiaoming Shi
Abstract Age-related diseases account for almost half of all diseases among adults worldwide, and their incidence is substantially affected by the exposome, which is the sum of all exogenous and endogenous environmental exposures and the human body’s response to these exposures throughout the entire lifespan. Herein, we perform a comprehensive review of the epidemiological literature to determine the key elements of the exposome that affect the development of age-related diseases and the roles of aging...

Additional file 1 of A review on the application of the exposome paradigm to unveil the environmental determinants of age-related diseases

Enmin Ding, Yu Wang, Juan Liu, Song Tang & Xiaoming Shi
Additional file 1. The search strategies and main results of epidemiologic studies reporting the association between environmentalrisk factors and age-related diseases.

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