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C. Middleton et al. APEX 2018

Andrei Sarua, Martin Kuball, James Pomeroy, Michael Uren, Markus Caesar, Serge Karboyan, Yan Zhou, , Ben Rackauskas, Callum Middleton, Bahar Oner, Stefano Dalcanale, Filip Gucmann, Chao Yuan, , William Waller, Taylor Moule, , Markus Wohlfahrt, Daniel Field & Filip Wach
Research group data, Center for Device Thermography and Reliability, diamond,microwave and power semiconductor electronic devices and materials.

WrapToR composite truss structures: improved process and structural efficiency

Christopher Hunt
This data set is for the paper entitled "WrapToR composite truss structures: improved process and structural efficiency"

Effects of acute alcohol consumption on emotion recognition in social alcohol drinkers (Study 1)

Marcus Munafo, Angela Attwood & Jasmine Khouja
This study investigated the effects of alcohol consumption on emotion recognition. The results indicated an effect of alcohol consumption on anger and happiness recognition, such that alcohol increases misattribution of anger to faces where no anger is present and decreases misattribution of happiness to faces where no happiness is present.

Electronic appendix to Automated Classification of Near-Fault Acceleration Pulses Using Wavelet Packet v2

Flavia De Luca, &
** This dataset supersedes the previous published version at doi: 10.5523/bris.1wc9d21lbd5fr2mvhng72zpyj3.** This study proposes a new algorithm for automatically classifying two types of velocity pulses that are produced either by a distinct acceleration pulse (acc-pulse) or a succession of high-frequency one-sided acceleration spikes (non-acc-pulse). For achieving this, wavelet packet transform is used to filter the high-frequency content and to extract the coherent velocity pulse. Then, the pulse period is unequivocally derived through the peak point...

Data from GlobalMass (02-2019)

Jonathan Bamber
This repository contains supporting documentation with background information about the structured expert judgement described in the paper entitled: Ice sheet contributions to future sea level rise from structured expert judgement.. It also includes the files containing the anonymous expert judgements for the target questions elicited

Data from MCDEA pump paper

Andrew Conn &
This project supports a journal paper that presents a magnetically-coupled dielectric elastomer pump for soft robotics. All data that was used within the study for this journal paper manuscript will be made open access so that readers of our published paper can access it.

B. Rackauskas et at. MER 2019

James Pomeroy & Ben Rackauskas
Accompanying data for B. Rackauskas et at. MER 2019

Supporting data for \"Residential Damp Detection with Temperature and Humidity Urban Sensing\"

David Nepomuceno
Project contains humidity and temperature readings from inside a building during a short research project conducted in 2017 in Bristol.

Operating ITS-G5 DSRC over Licensed and Unlicensed Bands: A City-Scale Performance Evaluation

Robert Piechocki, Ioannis Mavromatis & Andrea Tassi
A large-scale dataset of measurements of ETSI ITS-G5 Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) is presented. Our dataset consists of network interactions happening between two On-Board Units (OBUs) and four Road Side Units (RSUs). Each OBU was fitted onto a vehicle. The two vehicles have been driven across the Innovate UK-funded FLOURISH Test Track encompassing key roads in the center of Bristol, UK. As for the RSUs, they were located at fixed locations around the track....

Supplementary figure 2. Agrobacterium rhizogenes-mediated hairy roots transformation as a tool for exploring aluminum-responsive genes function

, Xian Yunxuan, , Yuriko Kobayashi, , Archana Panche & Hiroyuki Koyama
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Supplementary material. Agrobacterium rhizogenes-mediated hairy roots transformation as a tool for exploring aluminum-responsive genes function

, Xian Yunxuan, , Yuriko Kobayashi, , Archana Panche & Hiroyuki Koyama
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Supplementary figure 2. Supplementary material for Liquid array diagnostics: a novel method for rapid detection of microbial communities in single-tube multiplex reactions

Pranvera Hiseni, Robert C Wilson, Ola Storrø, Torbjørn Øien, Knut Rudi & Roar Johnsen
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Supplementary Western Blots. Ultracentrifugation versus kit exosome isolation: nanoLC–MS and other tools reveal similar performance biomarkers, but also contaminations: supplementary material

Frøydis Sved Skottvoll, Henriette Engen Berg, Kamilla Bjørseth, Kaja Lund, Norbert Roos, Sara Bekhradnia, Bernd Thiede, Cecilie Sandberg, Einar Osland Vik-Mo, Hanne Roberg-Larsen, Bo Nyström, Elsa Lundanes & Steven Ray Wilson
Supplementary Western Blots

Supplementary DLS data. Ultracentrifugation versus kit exosome isolation: nanoLC–MS and other tools reveal similar performance biomarkers, but also contaminations: supplementary material

Frøydis Sved Skottvoll, Henriette Engen Berg, Kamilla Bjørseth, Kaja Lund, Norbert Roos, Sara Bekhradnia, Bernd Thiede, Cecilie Sandberg, Einar Osland Vik-Mo, Hanne Roberg-Larsen, Bo Nyström, Elsa Lundanes & Steven Ray Wilson
Supplemental DLS data
All figures are correlation functions from DLS analyses of isolated exosome samples. Table 1 shows an overview of the figure number related to the sample code of interest, together with the measured hydrodynamic radius in the samples.Table 1. Figure number of the related correlation function to the different sample codes, together with the measured hydrodynamic radius (nm).Figure 1. Correlation function of BC UC replicate 1.Figure 2. Correlation function of BC UC replicate 2.Figure...

Supplementary Material for Ultracentrifugation versus kit exosome isolation: nanoLC–MS and other tools reveal similar performance biomarkers, but also contaminations: supplementary material

Frøydis Sved Skottvoll, Henriette Engen Berg, Kamilla Bjørseth, Kaja Lund, Norbert Roos, Sara Bekhradnia, Bernd Thiede, Cecilie Sandberg, Einar Osland Vik-Mo, Hanne Roberg-Larsen, Bo Nyström, Elsa Lundanes & Steven Ray Wilson
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Exosomes are small vesicles that are released from biological cells. Exosomes are viewed as being tools for intracellular communication, and there is evidence that cancer cells can release exosomes to, for example, enable metastasis. Exosomes may be very useful for diagnostics, as the detection and characterization of exosomes may allow disease detection at early stages. However, exosomes must be isolated from blood or other biomaterials prior to analysis. This can be a challenging task,...

Supplementary figure S3. Electrochemical methods for probing DNA damage mechanisms and designing cisplatin-based combination chemotherapy

Zhi Li, Yael Zilberman, Qing-Bin Lu &
Figure S3. As-synthesized GO (left) and rGO (right) solutions.

Supplementary figure S2. Electrochemical methods for probing DNA damage mechanisms and designing cisplatin-based combination chemotherapy

Zhi Li, Yael Zilberman, Qing-Bin Lu &
Figure S2. The effect of ssDNA-Au electrode treated with TMPD only.Figure S2 shows the CV curves of [Fe(CN)6]3−/[Fe(CN)6]4− recorded using ssDNA-Au electrode after treatment with 1 mM TMPD only at various time points. The nearly identical current responses over time showed that TMPD itself has little effect on [Fe(CN)6]3−/[Fe(CN)6]4− signal recovery.

Supplementary figure S2. Electrochemical methods for probing DNA damage mechanisms and designing cisplatin-based combination chemotherapy

Zhi Li, Yael Zilberman, Qing-Bin Lu &
Figure S2. The effect of ssDNA-Au electrode treated with TMPD only.Figure S2 shows the CV curves of [Fe(CN)6]3−/[Fe(CN)6]4− recorded using ssDNA-Au electrode after treatment with 1 mM TMPD only at various time points. The nearly identical current responses over time showed that TMPD itself has little effect on [Fe(CN)6]3−/[Fe(CN)6]4− signal recovery.

Supplementary Figure 1. Development of a motion-based cell-counting system for Trypanosoma parasite using a pattern recognition approach

Yuko Takagi, Hirokazu Nosato, , Koji Furukawa & Hidenori Sakanashi
Supplemental Figure1.T. cruzi epimastigote cell count estimation by conventional methods. (A)TC20automated cell counter(Bio-Rad, Hercules, California, USA)was used to count rosette-rich epimastigote, according to the manufacturer’s instruction. Actual cell count was determined by using hemocytometer after breaking apart cell aggregates by pipetting and vortexing. Dottedlinerepresentsthetheoreticallineofperfectcorrelationbetweenactual cell counts and machine-estimated cell counts. (B)Fiji-ImageJ software[1] was used to count the same sample as(A),using threshold adjustment and watershed segmentation functions.(C)Cell Profiler Worm Toolbox[2] was used to count the same...

Supplementary ZIP file. Conducting polymer-based multilayer films for instructive biomaterial coatings

John G Hardy, , Jacqueline K Chow, Sydney A Geissler, Austin B McElroy, Lindsey Nguy, Derek S Hernandez & Christine E Schmidt
Supplementary ZIP file – LabVIEW script and associated files for control of Gilson 223 Sample Changer as a dip coater

Supplementary figure 2. Conducting polymer-based multilayer films for instructive biomaterial coatings

John G Hardy, , Jacqueline K Chow, Sydney A Geissler, Austin B McElroy, Lindsey Nguy, Derek S Hernandez & Christine E Schmidt
Supplementary Figure S2 - Scatter plot correlating the relationship between the cell orientation (angle relative to the dipping direction of the multilayer films) and length of the cells on the polymer films without and with electrical stimulation. A) PEDOT-PSS-based films. B) PEDOT-S-based films. Black circles represent cells without electrical stimulation, whereas red circles represent cells with electrical stimulation; black and red lines represent the corresponding trend lines.

Supplementary figure 3. Conducting polymer-based multilayer films for instructive biomaterial coatings

, John G Hardy, , Jacqueline K Chow, Sydney A Geissler, Austin B McElroy, Lindsey Nguy, Derek S Hernandez & Christine E Schmidt
Supplementary Figure S3 HUMAN MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL ADHESION STUDIES HMSCs were supplied by Lonza (Walkersville, MD). Samples were prepared as described above. After sterilization, the samples were incubated for 30 minutes in 24 well plates containing HMSC growth medium that was composed of: high glucose Dulbecco’s Modified Eagle Medium (DMEM, 440 mL); fetal bovine serum (50 mL); antibiotic-antimycotic (5 mL); non-essential amino acids (5 mL), and 2 ng mL-1 basic fibroblast growth factor. Medium was...

Supplementary figure 1. Conducting polymer-based multilayer films for instructive biomaterial coatings

John G Hardy, , Jacqueline K Chow, Sydney A Geissler, Austin B McElroy, Lindsey Nguy, Derek S Hernandez & Christine E Schmidt
Supplementary Figure S1 - Experimental setup for dip coating multilayer films using a Gilson 223 Sample Changer converted for use as a dip coater.

Supplementary figure 2. Conducting polymer-based multilayer films for instructive biomaterial coatings

John G Hardy, , Jacqueline K Chow, Sydney A Geissler, Austin B McElroy, Lindsey Nguy, Derek S Hernandez & Christine E Schmidt
Supplementary Figure S2 - Scatter plot correlating the relationship between the cell orientation (angle relative to the dipping direction of the multilayer films) and length of the cells on the polymer films without and with electrical stimulation. A) PEDOT-PSS-based films. B) PEDOT-S-based films. Black circles represent cells without electrical stimulation, whereas red circles represent cells with electrical stimulation; black and red lines represent the corresponding trend lines.

Supplementary figure S4. A simple dialysis device for large DNA molecules

Samuel JW Krerowicz, Juan P Hernandez-Ortiz & David C Schwartz
Supplementary Figure S4. Agarose gel stained with Sybr Gold with single samples of 10, 20, 30 and 40 hour dialysis of a mixture of  + 1 kb+ DNA sizing ladder using 0.4 um pore membranes. The relative and absolute quantitations of each band can be found in Supplementary Table S3.

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