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Hydrothermal synthesis and crystal structure of three-dimensional supramolecular zinc, manganese coordination polymers

Zhi-Tao Wang, Valentin Valtchev, Qian-Rong Fang, Xiu-Mei Li & Ya-Ru Pan
Two new complexes [Zn2(pzdc)(L)2(H2O)]2n·2nH2O (1) and [Mn(µ2-O)(H2O)2-(HL)]2n·2nNIPH (2) (H2pzdc = pyrazine-2,3-dicarboxylic acid, HL = 3-(2-Pyridyl) pyrazole, H2NIPH = 5-nitroisophthalic acid) have been hydrothermally synthesized and structurally characterized by elemental analysis, IR spectrum, UV spectrum, TG, fluorescence spectrum and single-crystal X-ray diffraction. Complex 1 shows two-dimensional (2D) network, which was stabilized by O–H···O, C–H···O hydrogen bonding and π-π interactions and extended into 3 D supramolecular architecture. Complex 2 is zero-dimensional structure, which was further extended into 3 D supramolecular framework...

Hydrothermal synthesis and crystal structure of three-dimensional supramolecular zinc, manganese coordination polymers

Zhi-Tao Wang, Valentin Valtchev, Qian-Rong Fang, Xiu-Mei Li & Ya-Ru Pan
Two new complexes [Zn2(pzdc)(L)2(H2O)]2n·2nH2O (1) and [Mn(µ2-O)(H2O)2-(HL)]2n·2nNIPH (2) (H2pzdc = pyrazine-2,3-dicarboxylic acid, HL = 3-(2-Pyridyl) pyrazole, H2NIPH = 5-nitroisophthalic acid) have been hydrothermally synthesized and structurally characterized by elemental analysis, IR spectrum, UV spectrum, TG, fluorescence spectrum and single-crystal X-ray diffraction. Complex 1 shows two-dimensional (2D) network, which was stabilized by O–H···O, C–H···O hydrogen bonding and π-π interactions and extended into 3 D supramolecular architecture. Complex 2 is zero-dimensional structure, which was further extended into 3 D supramolecular framework...

Design of the Endobronchial Valve for Emphysema Palliation Trial (VENT): a non-surgical method of lung volume reduction-3

Charlie Strange, Felix JF Herth, Kevin L Kovitz, Geoffrey McLennan, Armin Ernst, Jonathan Goldin, Marc Noppen, Gerard J Criner & Frank C Sciurba
Copyright information:Taken from "Design of the Endobronchial Valve for Emphysema Palliation Trial (VENT): a non-surgical method of lung volume reduction"http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2466/7/10BMC Pulmonary Medicine 2007;7():10-10.Published online 3 Jul 2007PMCID:PMC1949836.ement.

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VTKEL subset dataset for framework evaluations.

Alterations in the relative abundance of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii correlate with changes in fecal calprotectin in patients with ileal Crohn’s disease: a longitudinal study

Olle Björkqvist, Dirk Repsilber, Maike Seifert, Colin Brislawn, Janet Jansson, Lars Engstrand, Ignacio Rangel & Jonas Halfvarson
Objectives: Crohn’s disease is characterized by a gut dysbiosis with decreased abundance of butyrate producers such as Faecalibacterium prausnitzii. Although F. prausnitzii secretes anti-inflammatory molecules, few studies have addressed the importance of F. prausnitzii in a longitudinal setting. We aimed to examine the relationship between temporal profiles of F. prausnitzii, the C. leptum group, overall butyrate production, and inflammatory activity. Material and methods: Fecal samples (n = 59) were collected every third month from nine patients with...

Alterations in the relative abundance of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii correlate with changes in fecal calprotectin in patients with ileal Crohn’s disease: a longitudinal study

Olle Björkqvist, Dirk Repsilber, Maike Seifert, Colin Brislawn, Janet Jansson, Lars Engstrand, Ignacio Rangel & Jonas Halfvarson
Objectives: Crohn’s disease is characterized by a gut dysbiosis with decreased abundance of butyrate producers such as Faecalibacterium prausnitzii. Although F. prausnitzii secretes anti-inflammatory molecules, few studies have addressed the importance of F. prausnitzii in a longitudinal setting. We aimed to examine the relationship between temporal profiles of F. prausnitzii, the C. leptum group, overall butyrate production, and inflammatory activity. Material and methods: Fecal samples (n = 59) were collected every third month from nine patients with...

Evaluation of Nitric Acid Extraction of Elements from Soils and Sediments in Two watersheds in East Tennessee

Yanchong Huangfu, Michael E. Essington, Shawn A. Hawkins, Forbes R. Walker, John S. Schwartz, Alice C. Layton & Robert A. Hull
Determining the total elemental concentrations of soils requires a total dissolution method, in which hydrofluoric acid (HF) is commonly used. However, this method is tedious and risky due to the dangerous reagent HF. This study compared a single acid extraction technique using a nitric acid (HNO3) extraction method to total dissolution (HF + microwave assisted aqua regia) for evaluating the total elemental concentrations in soils and sediments. The two methods were used to analyze the...

Evaluation of Nitric Acid Extraction of Elements from Soils and Sediments in Two watersheds in East Tennessee

Yanchong Huangfu, Michael E. Essington, Shawn A. Hawkins, Forbes R. Walker, John S. Schwartz, Alice C. Layton & Robert A. Hull
Determining the total elemental concentrations of soils requires a total dissolution method, in which hydrofluoric acid (HF) is commonly used. However, this method is tedious and risky due to the dangerous reagent HF. This study compared a single acid extraction technique using a nitric acid (HNO3) extraction method to total dissolution (HF + microwave assisted aqua regia) for evaluating the total elemental concentrations in soils and sediments. The two methods were used to analyze the...

Engaging children with cerebral palsy in interactive computer play-based motor therapies: theoretical perspectives

Elaine Biddiss, Daniela Chan-Viquez, Stephanie T. Cheung & Gillian King
Purpose: To provide a theoretically grounded understanding of engagement in interactive computer play-based motor therapies by children with cerebral palsy in home settings. Methods: A motivational framework for engagement and its relationship with three contemporary theories (self-determination theory, expectancy-value theory, social cognitive theory of self-regulation) was overviewed. A scoping review was conducted to understand how engagement is influenced by features of the technology and intervention design that impact intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, child and parent...

Engaging children with cerebral palsy in interactive computer play-based motor therapies: theoretical perspectives

Elaine Biddiss, Daniela Chan-Viquez, Stephanie T. Cheung & Gillian King
Purpose: To provide a theoretically grounded understanding of engagement in interactive computer play-based motor therapies by children with cerebral palsy in home settings. Methods: A motivational framework for engagement and its relationship with three contemporary theories (self-determination theory, expectancy-value theory, social cognitive theory of self-regulation) was overviewed. A scoping review was conducted to understand how engagement is influenced by features of the technology and intervention design that impact intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, child and parent...

Longitudinal Analysis of Associations between 3-D Mental Rotation and Mathematics Reasoning Skills during Middle School: Across and within Genders

Caitlin McPherran Lombardi, Beth M. Casey, Elizabeth Pezaris, Maryam Shadmehr & Margeau Jong
The development of math reasoning and 3-d mental rotation skills are intertwined. However, it is currently not understood how these cognitive processes develop and interact longitudinally at the within-person level – either within or across genders. In this study, 553 students (52% girls) were assessed from fifth to seventh grades on 3-d mental rotation spatial skills (assessed each fall) and numerical and algebraic math reasoning skills (assessed each spring). Boys outperformed girls on mental rotation...

Longitudinal Analysis of Associations between 3-D Mental Rotation and Mathematics Reasoning Skills during Middle School: Across and within Genders

Caitlin McPherran Lombardi, Beth M. Casey, Elizabeth Pezaris, Maryam Shadmehr & Margeau Jong
The development of math reasoning and 3-d mental rotation skills are intertwined. However, it is currently not understood how these cognitive processes develop and interact longitudinally at the within-person level – either within or across genders. In this study, 553 students (52% girls) were assessed from fifth to seventh grades on 3-d mental rotation spatial skills (assessed each fall) and numerical and algebraic math reasoning skills (assessed each spring). Boys outperformed girls on mental rotation...

Dapagliflozin and cardiovascular outcomes: anything else to DECLARE?

Emanuel Raschi, Elisabetta Poluzzi, Giulio Marchesini & Fabrizio De Ponti
Introduction: Individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) have increased cardiovascular risk with regulatory agencies requiring cardiovascular outcome trials (CVOTs) for the approval of new antidiabetic drugs. Areas covered: In this paper, the authors critically discuss the background, trial design, results and implications of a recent CVOT [NCT01730534; DECLARE-TIMI 58 study], which demonstrated that dapagliflozin was non-inferior to placebo in terms of major adverse cardiovascular events, and superior for the occurrence of hospitalization for heart...

Dapagliflozin and cardiovascular outcomes: anything else to DECLARE?

Emanuel Raschi, Elisabetta Poluzzi, Giulio Marchesini & Fabrizio De Ponti
Introduction: Individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) have increased cardiovascular risk with regulatory agencies requiring cardiovascular outcome trials (CVOTs) for the approval of new antidiabetic drugs. Areas covered: In this paper, the authors critically discuss the background, trial design, results and implications of a recent CVOT [NCT01730534; DECLARE-TIMI 58 study], which demonstrated that dapagliflozin was non-inferior to placebo in terms of major adverse cardiovascular events, and superior for the occurrence of hospitalization for heart...

The Effect of Human Recognition on Land Access and Child Nutrition: Evidence from Women Farmers in Malawi: Appendix tables

Ebelechukwu Maduekwe & Gertrud Bchenrieder
Appendix tables for original contribution: The Effect of Human Recognition on Land Access and Child Nutrition: Evidence from Women Farmers in Malawi.

The Effect of Human Recognition on Land Access and Child Nutrition: Evidence from Women Farmers in Malawi: Appendix tables

Ebelechukwu Maduekwe & Gertrud Bchenrieder
Appendix tables for original contribution: The Effect of Human Recognition on Land Access and Child Nutrition: Evidence from Women Farmers in Malawi.

Article Citations are an Insufficient Building Block for Measuring Research Impact in the Twenty-First Century

Richard Wynne
Article citations indicate a possible connection between any of number of ambiguously-identified authors to an unspecified number of ambiguously-identified authors of the cited manuscript, for an unspecified reason, in recognition of unspecified contributions, and for motivations that are not transparent; while totally excluding non-manuscript related contributions. On this basis we generate and use derivative measures of “impact” that are reported as accurate to three decimal places and use the result to evaluate careers of millions...

Article Citations are an Insufficient Building Block for Measuring Research Impact in the Twenty-First Century

Richard Wynne
Article citations indicate a possible connection between any of number of ambiguously-identified authors to an unspecified number of ambiguously-identified authors of the cited manuscript, for an unspecified reason, in recognition of unspecified contributions, and for motivations that are not transparent; while totally excluding non-manuscript related contributions. On this basis we generate and use derivative measures of “impact” that are reported as accurate to three decimal places and use the result to evaluate careers of millions...

Article Citations are an Insufficient Building Block for Measuring Research Impact in the Twenty-First Century

Richard Wynne
Article citations indicate a possible connection between any of number of ambiguously-identified authors to an unspecified number of ambiguously-identified authors of the cited manuscript, for an unspecified reason, in recognition of unspecified contributions, and for motivations that are not transparent; while totally excluding non-manuscript related contributions. On this basis we generate and use derivative measures of “impact” that are reported as accurate to three decimal places and use the result to evaluate careers of millions...

ASIST SIG-DL 2014 Poster

Elliott Shuppy
Data management is a timely and increasingly important topic for researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Recent funder mandates requiring data management plans make education about data management critical for any researcher. In this poster I will describe the planning necessary to instruct ecology-affiliated graduate student researchers in data management at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

2014 Poster

Elliott Shuppy
Data management is a timely and increasingly important topic for researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Recent funder mandates requiring data management plans make education about data management critical for any researcher. In this poster I will describe the planning necessary to instruct ecology-affiliated graduate student researchers in data management at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

2014 Poster

Elliott Shuppy
Data management is a timely and increasingly important topic for researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Recent funder mandates requiring data management plans make education about data management critical for any researcher. In this poster I will describe the planning necessary to instruct ecology-affiliated graduate student researchers in data management at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

A FAIR Approach to Neuroimaging Analysis with Boutiques

Greg Kiar
In recent years the FAIR principles have become a guide for sharing scientific data. Products that implement these principles should be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable. While these guidelines have often been interpreted specifically with data in mind, they can be meaningfully applied to other scientific products such as tools or software. While many database systems and organizational standards are evolving to implement these principles for datasets, the tool landscape remains cloudy. Platforms such as...

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