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A Transcription of Robert Boyle's Weather Diary 1684-6

Richard Cornes
This fileset contains a digital transcription of the weather observations contained in MS 190 fols. 146-66 (ref no. RB/2/21/11) kept at the archives of the Royal Society of London. A correction of the instrumental observations to modern standards is also provided. These observations appear to have been taken at Robert Boyle's laboratory at Pall Mall in London, and were written by Boyle's assistant Hugh Greg. These data are described in a paper in the journal...

A Transcription of Robert Boyle's Weather Diary 1684-6

Richard Cornes
This fileset contains a digital transcription of the weather observations contained in MS 190 fols. 146-66 (ref no. RB/2/21/11) kept at the archives of the Royal Society of London. A correction of the instrumental observations to modern standards is also provided. These observations appear to have been taken at Robert Boyle's laboratory at Pall Mall in London, and were written by Boyle's assistant Hugh Greg. These data are described in a paper in the journal...

Association Between Residual Platelet Reactivity on Clopidogrel Treatment and Severity of Coronary Atherosclerosis: Intrinsic Hypercoagulability as a Mediator

Xin Zhao, Hongyi Wu, Huajie Xu, Li Shen, Bing Fan & Junbo Ge
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Association Between Residual Platelet Reactivity on Clopidogrel Treatment and Severity of Coronary Atherosclerosis: Intrinsic Hypercoagulability as a Mediator

Xin Zhao, Hongyi Wu, Huajie Xu, Li Shen, Bing Fan & Junbo Ge
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How Doctors Think. Part 0. Introduction: It is all about 'patient in context'!

Hans Hendrickx & Linda Lorenz
This blog is the start of a series blogs about 'How Doctors Think'. It describes the essence of medicine, the first encounter of patient and doctor in detailed steps, and explains the thinking processes and workflows to arrive at the diagnosis and following advice or therapy. This series intends to explain to lay people how doctors think, and by doing so create the possibilities to share the medical domain with for example programmers. This creates...

How Doctors Think. Part 0. Introduction: It is all about 'patient in context'!

Hans Hendrickx & Linda Lorenz
This blog is the start of a series blogs about 'How Doctors Think'. It describes the essence of medicine, the first encounter of patient and doctor in detailed steps, and explains the thinking processes and workflows to arrive at the diagnosis and following advice or therapy. This series intends to explain to lay people how doctors think, and by doing so create the possibilities to share the medical domain with for example programmers. This creates...

Supplementary material from "Synthesis and photoluminescence properties of silica-modified SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb@SiO2, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L@SiO2 core–shell–shell nanostructured composites"

Lina Feng, Wenxian Li, Jinrong Bao, Yushan Zheng, Yilian Li, Yangyang Ma, Kuisuo Yang, Yan Qiao & Anping Wu
Three novel core–shell nanostructured composites SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L (L = second ligand) with SiO2 as the core and terbium organic complex as the shell were successfully synthesized. The core and shell were connected together by covalent bonds. The terbium ion was coordinated with organic ligand-forming terbium organic complex in the shell layer. The organosilane (HOOCC5H4NN(CONH(CH2)3Si(OCH2CH3)3)2 (abbreviated as ANA-Si) was used as the first ligand and 1, 10-phenanthroline (phen) or 2-thenoyltrifluoroacetone (TTA) was used as the second...

Supplementary material from "Synthesis and photoluminescence properties of silica-modified SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb@SiO2, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L@SiO2 core–shell–shell nanostructured composites"

Lina Feng, Wenxian Li, Jinrong Bao, Yushan Zheng, Yilian Li, Yangyang Ma, Kuisuo Yang, Yan Qiao & Anping Wu
Three novel core–shell nanostructured composites SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L (L = second ligand) with SiO2 as the core and terbium organic complex as the shell were successfully synthesized. The core and shell were connected together by covalent bonds. The terbium ion was coordinated with organic ligand-forming terbium organic complex in the shell layer. The organosilane (HOOCC5H4NN(CONH(CH2)3Si(OCH2CH3)3)2 (abbreviated as ANA-Si) was used as the first ligand and 1, 10-phenanthroline (phen) or 2-thenoyltrifluoroacetone (TTA) was used as the second...

Synthesis and Photoluminescence Properties of Silica-modified SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb@SiO2, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L@SiO2 Core-Shell-Shell Nanostructured Composites

Lina Feng, Wenxian Li, Jinrong Bao, Yushan Zheng, Yilian Li, Yangyang Ma, Kuisuo Yang, Yan Qiao & Anping Wu
Three novel core–shell nanostructured composites SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L (L = second ligand) with SiO2 as the core and terbium organic complex as the shell were successfully synthesized. The core and shell were connected together by covalent bonds. The terbium ion was coordinated with organic ligand-forming terbium organic complex in the shell layer. The organosilane (HOOCC5H4NN(CONH(CH2)3Si(OCH2CH3)3)2 (abbreviated as ANA-Si) was used as the first ligand and 1, 10-phenanthroline (phen) or 2-thenoyltrifluoroacetone (TTA) was used as the second...

Synthesis and Photoluminescence Properties of Silica-modified SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb@SiO2, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L@SiO2 Core-Shell-Shell Nanostructured Composites

Lina Feng, Wenxian Li, Jinrong Bao, Yushan Zheng, Yilian Li, Yangyang Ma, Kuisuo Yang, Yan Qiao & Anping Wu
Three novel core–shell nanostructured composites SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L (L = second ligand) with SiO2 as the core and terbium organic complex as the shell were successfully synthesized. The core and shell were connected together by covalent bonds. The terbium ion was coordinated with organic ligand-forming terbium organic complex in the shell layer. The organosilane (HOOCC5H4NN(CONH(CH2)3Si(OCH2CH3)3)2 (abbreviated as ANA-Si) was used as the first ligand and 1, 10-phenanthroline (phen) or 2-thenoyltrifluoroacetone (TTA) was used as the second...

Synthesis and Photoluminescence Properties of Silica-modified SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb@SiO2, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L@SiO2 Core-Shell-Shell Nanostructured Composites

Lina Feng, Wenxian Li, Jinrong Bao, Yushan Zheng, Yilian Li, Yangyang Ma, Kuisuo Yang, Yan Qiao & Anping Wu
Three novel core–shell nanostructured composites SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L (L = second ligand) with SiO2 as the core and terbium organic complex as the shell were successfully synthesized. The core and shell were connected together by covalent bonds. The terbium ion was coordinated with organic ligand-forming terbium organic complex in the shell layer. The organosilane (HOOCC5H4NN(CONH(CH2)3Si(OCH2CH3)3)2 (abbreviated as ANA-Si) was used as the first ligand and 1, 10-phenanthroline (phen) or 2-thenoyltrifluoroacetone (TTA) was used as the second...

Synthesis and Photoluminescence Properties of Silica-modified SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb@SiO2, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L@SiO2 Core-Shell-Shell Nanostructured Composites

Lina Feng, Wenxian Li, Jinrong Bao, Yushan Zheng, Yilian Li, Yangyang Ma, Kuisuo Yang, Yan Qiao & Anping Wu
Three novel core–shell nanostructured composites SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb, SiO2@ANA-Si-Tb-L (L = second ligand) with SiO2 as the core and terbium organic complex as the shell were successfully synthesized. The core and shell were connected together by covalent bonds. The terbium ion was coordinated with organic ligand-forming terbium organic complex in the shell layer. The organosilane (HOOCC5H4NN(CONH(CH2)3Si(OCH2CH3)3)2 (abbreviated as ANA-Si) was used as the first ligand and 1, 10-phenanthroline (phen) or 2-thenoyltrifluoroacetone (TTA) was used as the second...

Supplementary material from "A controller for walking derived from how humans recover from perturbations"

Varun Joshi & Manoj Srinivasan
Humans can walk without falling despite some external perturbations, but the control mechanisms by which this stability is achieved have not been fully characterized. While numerous walking simulations and robots have been constructed, no full-state walking controller for even a simple model of walking has been derived from human walking data. Here, to construct such a feedback controller, we applied thousands of unforeseen perturbations to subjects walking on a treadmill and collected data describing their...

Supplimentary Information Appendix from A controller for walking derived from how humans recover from perturbations

Varun Joshi & Manoj Srinivasan
Supplimentary Information Appendix providing additional mathematical and computational details, data figures, and further details about the results and their variability

Supplementary material from "A controller for walking derived from how humans recover from perturbations"

Varun Joshi & Manoj Srinivasan
Humans can walk without falling despite some external perturbations, but the control mechanisms by which this stability is achieved have not been fully characterized. While numerous walking simulations and robots have been constructed, no full-state walking controller for even a simple model of walking has been derived from human walking data. Here, to construct such a feedback controller, we applied thousands of unforeseen perturbations to subjects walking on a treadmill and collected data describing their...

Supplimentary Information Appendix from A controller for walking derived from how humans recover from perturbations

Varun Joshi & Manoj Srinivasan
Supplimentary Information Appendix providing additional mathematical and computational details, data figures, and further details about the results and their variability

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ZIYI HUANG
Mingwang Synthetic Fiber Factory was founded in 2001, located in Guangzhou China. After 17 years of industry accumulation, Mingwang maintains long-term cooperative relationships with many well-known companies in the domestic and overseas.

MWFilament.jpg

ZIYI HUANG
Mingwang Synthetic Fiber Factory was founded in 2001, located in Guangzhou China. After 17 years of industry accumulation, Mingwang maintains long-term cooperative relationships with many well-known companies in the domestic and overseas.

IJMS2011.pdf

Rob Keller
Presentation of Eisenberg plot based on Heliquest data.

IJMS2011.pdf

Rob Keller
Presentation of Eisenberg plot based on Heliquest data.

"The gut microbiota influences skeletal muscle mass and function in mice" - NMR data of liver, serum and skeletal muscle of conventional mice, pathogen-free mice and germ-free mice

Shawon Lahiri, Hyejin Kim, Isabel Garcia-Perez, Musarrat Maisha Reza, Katherine A. Martin, Parag Kundu, Laura M. Cox, Joel Selkrig, Joram Posma, Hongbo Zhang, Parasuraman Padmanabhan, Catherine Moret, Balázs Gulyás, Martin J. Blaser, Johan Auwerx, Elaine Holmes, Jeremy K. Nicholson, Walter Wahli & Sven Pettersson
600 MHz 1H NMR spectrometry analysis of skeletal muscle (gastrocnemius), liver, and serum from pathogen-free mice, conventional mice and germ-free mice. 1H NMR spectra were manually corrected for phase and baseline distortions and digitized using an in-house MATLAB (version R2014a, The Mathworks, Inc.; Natwick, MA, USA) script. Spectra were subsequently referenced to the internal chemical shift reference (trimethylsilyl-[2,2,3,3,-2H4]-propionate, TSP) at δ 0.0. Spectral regions corresponding to the internal standard (δ -0.5 to 0.5) and water...

"The gut microbiota influences skeletal muscle mass and function in mice" - NMR data of liver, serum and skeletal muscle of conventional mice, pathogen-free mice and germ-free mice

Shawon Lahiri, Hyejin Kim, Isabel Garcia-Perez, Musarrat Maisha Reza, Katherine A. Martin, Parag Kundu, Laura M. Cox, Joel Selkrig, Joram Posma, Hongbo Zhang, Parasuraman Padmanabhan, Catherine Moret, Balázs Gulyás, Martin J. Blaser, Johan Auwerx, Elaine Holmes, Jeremy K. Nicholson, Walter Wahli & Sven Pettersson
600 MHz 1H NMR spectrometry analysis of skeletal muscle (gastrocnemius), liver, and serum from pathogen-free mice, conventional mice and germ-free mice. 1H NMR spectra were manually corrected for phase and baseline distortions and digitized using an in-house MATLAB (version R2014a, The Mathworks, Inc.; Natwick, MA, USA) script. Spectra were subsequently referenced to the internal chemical shift reference (trimethylsilyl-[2,2,3,3,-2H4]-propionate, TSP) at δ 0.0. Spectral regions corresponding to the internal standard (δ -0.5 to 0.5) and water...

Apophysius rufus Cushman, 1937, holotype

Andreas Taeger
Apophysius rufus Cushman, 1937, holotype, ♀

Type locality:
Formosa: Kankau (Koshun) [China, Taiwan, ca. 22.00°N 120.80°E]
Photos were taken at the SDEI with a Leica DFC 495 digital camera and M205 C microscope. Composite images with an extended depth of field were created from stacks of images using the software CombineZP, and finally arranged and partly enhanced with Ulead PhotoImpact X3.

Apophysius rufus Cushman, 1937, holotype

Andreas Taeger
Apophysius rufus Cushman, 1937, holotype, ♀

Type locality:
Formosa: Kankau (Koshun) [China, Taiwan, ca. 22.00°N 120.80°E]
Photos were taken at the SDEI with a Leica DFC 495 digital camera and M205 C microscope. Composite images with an extended depth of field were created from stacks of images using the software CombineZP, and finally arranged and partly enhanced with Ulead PhotoImpact X3.

Embryonic development and hatchability of the grouper hybrid

Choong Hwan Noh & Min Joo Kang
Embryonic development and hatchability of the red-spotted grouper (Epinephelus akaara) ♀ × giant grouper (E. lanceolatus) ♂ hybrid at three incubation temperatures

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