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Additional file 6: of Putative bovine topological association domains and CTCF binding motifs can reduce the search space for causative regulatory variants of complex traits

Min Wang, Timothy Hancock, Amanda Chamberlain, Christy Vander Jagt, Jennie Pryce, Benjamin Cocks, Mike Goddard & Benjamin Hayes
Table S5. EGenes are often located within the same TAD as their furthermost and most-significant aseQTL and eQTL. This table provides the results of Chi-Square test. The Chi-Square test was to examine whether the observed frequency of eGene and its linearly-furthermost, and most-significant, aseQTL/eQTL locating in the same TAD was more often than expected. The first column specifies the putative bovine TAD set. The second column specifies the bovine cell type where the aseQTL or...

Additional file 1: of Stand Out in Class: restructuring the classroom environment to reduce sedentary behaviour in 9–10-year-olds — study protocol for a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial

Stacy Clemes, Daniel Bingham, Natalie Pearson, Yu-Ling Chen, Charlotte Edwardson, Rosemary McEachan, Keith Tolfrey, Lorraine Cale, Gerry Richardson, Mike Fray, Stephan Bandelow, Nishal Jaicim, Jo Salmon, David Dunstan & Sally Barber
Potential intervention domain barriers and solutions to barriers using the Capability, Opportunity, Motivation to perform a Behaviour model (COM-B), Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF) and behaviour change techniques (BCT). (DOCX 45 kb)

Additional file 1: of Stand Out in Class: restructuring the classroom environment to reduce sedentary behaviour in 9–10-year-olds — study protocol for a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial

Stacy Clemes, Daniel Bingham, Natalie Pearson, Yu-Ling Chen, Charlotte Edwardson, Rosemary McEachan, Keith Tolfrey, Lorraine Cale, Gerry Richardson, Mike Fray, Stephan Bandelow, Nishal Jaicim, Jo Salmon, David Dunstan & Sally Barber
Potential intervention domain barriers and solutions to barriers using the Capability, Opportunity, Motivation to perform a Behaviour model (COM-B), Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF) and behaviour change techniques (BCT). (DOCX 45 kb)

Additional file 3: of Dynamic transcriptome profiling towards understanding the morphogenesis and development of diverse feather in domestic duck

Jing Yang, Yanhua Qu, Yuan Huang & Fumin Lei
Figure S3. Regression analysis of gene expression fold changes (FC) obtained from quantitative PCR and RNA-Seq. (PNG 35 kb)

Additional file 10: of Comparative transcriptome analysis of the invasive weed Mikania micrantha with its native congeners provides insights into genetic basis underlying successful invasion

Wuxia Guo, Ying Liu, Wei Ng, Pei-Chun Liao, Bing-Hong Huang, Weixi Li, Chunmei Li, Xianggang Shi & Yelin Huang
KOG classification for M. micrantha, M. cordata, and M. cordifolia unigenes. A total of 11,127, 11,497, and 29,854 unigenes, respectively, were grouped into 26 clusters of ortholog group terms. (PDF 74 kb)

Additional file 10: of Comparative transcriptome analysis of the invasive weed Mikania micrantha with its native congeners provides insights into genetic basis underlying successful invasion

Wuxia Guo, Ying Liu, Wei Ng, Pei-Chun Liao, Bing-Hong Huang, Weixi Li, Chunmei Li, Xianggang Shi & Yelin Huang
KOG classification for M. micrantha, M. cordata, and M. cordifolia unigenes. A total of 11,127, 11,497, and 29,854 unigenes, respectively, were grouped into 26 clusters of ortholog group terms. (PDF 74 kb)

Additional file 1: of De novo assembly and annotation of Hyalomma dromedarii tick (Acari: Ixodidae) sialotranscriptome with regard to gender differences in gene expression

Chaima Bensaoud, Milton Nishiyama, Cherif Ben Hamda, Flavio Lichtenstein, Ursula Castro De Oliveira, Fernanda Faria, Inácio Loiola Meirelles Junqueira-De-Azevedo, Kais Ghedira, Ali Bouattour, Youmna M’Ghirbi & Ana Chudzinski-Tavassi
Table S1. Annotated transcripts of H. dromedarii salivary glands. (XLSX 17611 kb)

A dose-response study of aerobic training for oxygen uptake, oxidative stress and cardiac autonomic function in type 2 diabetes mellitus: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Shalini Verma, Jamal Moiz, Shahnawaz Anwer, Ahmad Alghadir & Mohammed Hussain
Abstract Background Cardiac autonomic neuropathy is a commonly overlooked complication of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) characterized by an imbalance between sympathetic and parasympathetic supply to the heart, which contributes to cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. T2DM has also been shown to negatively influence oxygen kinetics and increase oxidative stress, which may be linked to the development of various chronic complications. Aerobic training has been reported to improve oxygen uptake, antioxidant defense, and cardiac autonomic function...

Additional file 1: of De novo assembly and annotation of Hyalomma dromedarii tick (Acari: Ixodidae) sialotranscriptome with regard to gender differences in gene expression

Chaima Bensaoud, Milton Nishiyama, Cherif Ben Hamda, Flavio Lichtenstein, Ursula Castro De Oliveira, Fernanda Faria, Inácio Loiola Meirelles Junqueira-De-Azevedo, Kais Ghedira, Ali Bouattour, Youmna M’Ghirbi & Ana Chudzinski-Tavassi
Table S1. Annotated transcripts of H. dromedarii salivary glands. (XLSX 17611 kb)

Additional file 6: of Putative bovine topological association domains and CTCF binding motifs can reduce the search space for causative regulatory variants of complex traits

Min Wang, Timothy Hancock, Amanda Chamberlain, Christy Vander Jagt, Jennie Pryce, Benjamin Cocks, Mike Goddard & Benjamin Hayes
Table S5. EGenes are often located within the same TAD as their furthermost and most-significant aseQTL and eQTL. This table provides the results of Chi-Square test. The Chi-Square test was to examine whether the observed frequency of eGene and its linearly-furthermost, and most-significant, aseQTL/eQTL locating in the same TAD was more often than expected. The first column specifies the putative bovine TAD set. The second column specifies the bovine cell type where the aseQTL or...

Additional file 1: of A dose-response study of aerobic training for oxygen uptake, oxidative stress and cardiac autonomic function in type 2 diabetes mellitus: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Shalini Verma, Jamal Moiz, Shahnawaz Anwer, Ahmad Alghadir & Mohammed Hussain
SPIRIT 2013 Checklist: recommended items to address in a clinical trial protocol and related documents. (DOC 120 kb)

Additional file 4: of Heart health whispering: A randomized, controlled pilot study to promote nursing student perspective-taking on carersâ health risk behaviors

Michelle Lobchuk, Lisa Hoplock, Gayle Halas, Christina West, Cheryl Dika, Wilma Schroeder, Terri Ashcroft, Kathleen Clouston & Jocelyne Lemoine
Student qualitative table. (DOCX 25 kb)

Additional file 1: of A dose-response study of aerobic training for oxygen uptake, oxidative stress and cardiac autonomic function in type 2 diabetes mellitus: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Shalini Verma, Jamal Moiz, Shahnawaz Anwer, Ahmad Alghadir & Mohammed Hussain
SPIRIT 2013 Checklist: recommended items to address in a clinical trial protocol and related documents. (DOC 120 kb)

Stand Out in Class: restructuring the classroom environment to reduce sedentary behaviour in 9–10-year-olds — study protocol for a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial

Stacy Clemes, Daniel Bingham, Natalie Pearson, Yu-Ling Chen, Charlotte Edwardson, Rosemary McEachan, Keith Tolfrey, Lorraine Cale, Gerry Richardson, Mike Fray, Stephan Bandelow, Nishal Jaicim, Jo Salmon, David Dunstan & Sally Barber
Abstract Background Sedentary behaviour (sitting) is a highly prevalent negative health behaviour, with individuals of all ages exposed to environments that promote prolonged sitting. Excessive sedentary behaviour adversely affects health in children and adults. As sedentary behaviour tracks from childhood into adulthood, the reduction of sedentary time in young people is key for the prevention of chronic diseases that result from excessive sitting in later life. The sedentary school classroom represents an ideal setting for...

Stand Out in Class: restructuring the classroom environment to reduce sedentary behaviour in 9–10-year-olds — study protocol for a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial

Stacy Clemes, Daniel Bingham, Natalie Pearson, Yu-Ling Chen, Charlotte Edwardson, Rosemary McEachan, Keith Tolfrey, Lorraine Cale, Gerry Richardson, Mike Fray, Stephan Bandelow, Nishal Jaicim, Jo Salmon, David Dunstan & Sally Barber
Abstract Background Sedentary behaviour (sitting) is a highly prevalent negative health behaviour, with individuals of all ages exposed to environments that promote prolonged sitting. Excessive sedentary behaviour adversely affects health in children and adults. As sedentary behaviour tracks from childhood into adulthood, the reduction of sedentary time in young people is key for the prevention of chronic diseases that result from excessive sitting in later life. The sedentary school classroom represents an ideal setting for...

Additional file 2: of Dynamic transcriptome profiling towards understanding the morphogenesis and development of diverse feather in domestic duck

Jing Yang, Yanhua Qu, Yuan Huang & Fumin Lei
Figure S2. Analysis of the gene expression correlation between the two biological replicates of six groups (EF, EP, MF, MP, LF and LP). (PNG 280 kb)

Additional file 2: of Dynamic transcriptome profiling towards understanding the morphogenesis and development of diverse feather in domestic duck

Jing Yang, Yanhua Qu, Yuan Huang & Fumin Lei
Figure S2. Analysis of the gene expression correlation between the two biological replicates of six groups (EF, EP, MF, MP, LF and LP). (PNG 280 kb)

Additional file 1: of Dynamic transcriptome profiling towards understanding the morphogenesis and development of diverse feather in domestic duck

Jing Yang, Yanhua Qu, Yuan Huang & Fumin Lei
Figure S1. Gene structure analyses of the mapped reads on different regions of the reference duck genome. (PNG 402 kb)

Additional file 1: of Relationship between high platelet reactivity on clopidogrel and long-term clinical outcomes after drug-eluting stents implantation (PAINT-DES): a prospective, propensity score-matched cohort study

Xiao-Fei Gao, Shu Lu, Zhen Ge, Guang-Feng Zuo, Zhi-Mei Wang, Feng Wang, Xiang-Quan Kong, Da-Yang Chai, Shao-Liang Chen & Jun-Jie Zhang
Figure S1. Flowchart of study design. PCI: percutaneous coronary intervention; MAR: maximal aggregation ratio; ADP: adenosine diphosphate. (TIFF 110 kb)

Additional file 1: of Relationship between high platelet reactivity on clopidogrel and long-term clinical outcomes after drug-eluting stents implantation (PAINT-DES): a prospective, propensity score-matched cohort study

Xiao-Fei Gao, Shu Lu, Zhen Ge, Guang-Feng Zuo, Zhi-Mei Wang, Feng Wang, Xiang-Quan Kong, Da-Yang Chai, Shao-Liang Chen & Jun-Jie Zhang
Figure S1. Flowchart of study design. PCI: percutaneous coronary intervention; MAR: maximal aggregation ratio; ADP: adenosine diphosphate. (TIFF 110 kb)

A dose-response study of aerobic training for oxygen uptake, oxidative stress and cardiac autonomic function in type 2 diabetes mellitus: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Shalini Verma, Jamal Moiz, Shahnawaz Anwer, Ahmad Alghadir & Mohammed Hussain
Abstract Background Cardiac autonomic neuropathy is a commonly overlooked complication of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) characterized by an imbalance between sympathetic and parasympathetic supply to the heart, which contributes to cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. T2DM has also been shown to negatively influence oxygen kinetics and increase oxidative stress, which may be linked to the development of various chronic complications. Aerobic training has been reported to improve oxygen uptake, antioxidant defense, and cardiac autonomic function...

Additional file 5: of Putative bovine topological association domains and CTCF binding motifs can reduce the search space for causative regulatory variants of complex traits

Min Wang, Timothy Hancock, Amanda Chamberlain, Christy Vander Jagt, Jennie Pryce, Benjamin Cocks, Mike Goddard & Benjamin Hayes
Table S4. Enrichment of significant aseQTLs and eQTLs within bovine biological signals. This table shows the level of enrichment of each type of significant quantitative trait loci (QTLs) at biological hallmarks. Significant aseQTLs/eQTLs are defined by the P-value from aseQTL/eQTL mapping, and four P-value thresholds were tested (from 10 − 5 to 10 − 8 ). “

Additional file 5: of Putative bovine topological association domains and CTCF binding motifs can reduce the search space for causative regulatory variants of complex traits

Min Wang, Timothy Hancock, Amanda Chamberlain, Christy Vander Jagt, Jennie Pryce, Benjamin Cocks, Mike Goddard & Benjamin Hayes
Table S4. Enrichment of significant aseQTLs and eQTLs within bovine biological signals. This table shows the level of enrichment of each type of significant quantitative trait loci (QTLs) at biological hallmarks. Significant aseQTLs/eQTLs are defined by the P-value from aseQTL/eQTL mapping, and four P-value thresholds were tested (from 10 − 5 to 10 − 8 ). “

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