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sj-pptx-2-tag-10.1177_17562848221124029 – Supplemental material for ‘FLARE’ of tumor marker in advanced gastric cancer treated with first-line systemic therapy

Fangyuan Zhang, Menglan Zhai, Jinru Yang, Lei Zhao, Zhenyu Lin, Jing Wang, Tao Zhang & Dandan Yu
Supplemental material, sj-pptx-2-tag-10.1177_17562848221124029 for ‘FLARE’ of tumor marker in advanced gastric cancer treated with first-line systemic therapy by Fangyuan Zhang, Menglan Zhai, Jinru Yang, Lei Zhao, Zhenyu Lin, Jing Wang, Tao Zhang and Dandan Yu in Therapeutic Advances in Gastroenterology

Effect of wounding and wound age on infection of canola cotyledons by Leptosphaeria maculans, interacting with leaf wetness

Shuanglong Huang, Chun Zhai, Zhongwei Zou, Fei Liu, Paula Parks, Linda Mcgregor, W. G. Dilantha Fernando & Gary Peng
Blackleg, caused by the fungus Leptosphaeria maculans, is an important disease of canola. Both ascospores and pycnidiospores of the fungus can infect intact leaves under conditions of extended leaf wetness, with infection then progressing further into the stem. In western Canada, spring is typically cool and dry and additional factors may be involved for successful infection. This study was designed to assess the effect of wounding and wound age on cotyledon infection, to evaluate the...

Genetic mapping of QTL for three root-related traits in wheat (Triticum aestivum)

Li Li, Zhigui Liu & Jun Wu
A well-developed root system plays a positive role in wheat yield. Here, we identified quantitative trait loci (QTL) for total root length (TRL), root average diameter (RD) and number of root tips (RTN) based on the previously developed genetic map of a recombinant inbred line (RIL) population in bread wheat and phenotype data from two individual trials. A stable and major QTL, Qtrl-AS-5A for TRL was detected explaining 17.19 to 17.78% of the phenotypic variation....

Additional file 3 of Deciphering chloramphenicol biotransformation mechanisms and microbial interactions via integrated multi-omics and cultivation-dependent approaches

Jiayu Zhang, Xiaoyan Li, Uli Klümper, Huaxin Lei, Thomas U. Berendonk, Fangliang Guo, Ke Yu, Chao Yang & Bing Li
Additional file 3. The MS/MS spectra of CAP and its products determined by HPLC-QTOF-MS.

Additional file 4 of Exploration of the regulatory relationship between KRAB-Zfp clusters and their target transposable elements via a gene editing strategy at the cluster specific linker-associated sequences by CRISPR-Cas9

Yang Zhang, Fei He, Yanning Zhang, Qian Dai, Qintong Li, Jing Nan, Ruidong Miao & Bo Cheng
Additional file 4 Supplementary Fig. 4. Sequence conservation analyses of various KRAB-Zfp clusters. The amino acid sequences (top) and the corresponding nucleic acid sequences (bottom) according to the linker and nearby regions are shown in the pale purple box. The related sequences are extracted from all the KRAB-Zfps arranged in the 50 clusters across the mouse genome (a), or the indicated clusters on chromosome 2 (Clusters 1, 2, 3) (b), and on chromosome 4 (Clusters...

Additional file 5 of Exploration of the regulatory relationship between KRAB-Zfp clusters and their target transposable elements via a gene editing strategy at the cluster specific linker-associated sequences by CRISPR-Cas9

Yang Zhang, Fei He, Yanning Zhang, Qian Dai, Qintong Li, Jing Nan, Ruidong Miao & Bo Cheng
Additional file 5 Supplementary Fig. 5. Screening efficient sgRNAs for knocking out KRAB-Zfp cluster(s) by CRISPR-Cas9. (A) The sequences and detailed information of the 11 linker-targeting sgRNAs constructed in the reporter plasmid in Fig. 4A. There are two “NGG” sites within the linker regions and they were used as PAM sites for the two sets of sgRNAs. The nucleotides identical across the whole set of sgRNA targets are labeled in black and the variable nucleotides...

Additional file 1 of Exploration of the regulatory relationship between KRAB-Zfp clusters and their target transposable elements via a gene editing strategy at the cluster specific linker-associated sequences by CRISPR-Cas9

Yang Zhang, Fei He, Yanning Zhang, Qian Dai, Qintong Li, Jing Nan, Ruidong Miao & Bo Cheng
Additional file 1: Supplementary Fig. 1. A circular genomic map displays the distribution of all KRAB-ZFP genes across the human genome. The width of each pink bar positively correlates to the number of KRAB-ZFP genes in a cluster.

Additional file 3 of Scalable and high-throughput production of an injectable platelet-rich plasma (PRP)/cell-laden microcarrier/hydrogel composite system for hair follicle tissue engineering

Yufan Zhang, Panjing Yin, Junfei Huang, Lunan Yang, Zhen Liu, Danlan Fu, Zhiqi Hu, Wenhua Huang & Yong Miao
Supplementary Material 3

Additional file 1 of A comparative study to determine the association of gut microbiome with schizophrenia in Zhejiang, China

Fuyang Yan, Lehong Xia, Li Xu, Liyun Deng & Guolin Jin
Additional file 1: Figure S1. (A) Rarefaction curve analysis of archaeal 16S rRNA gene clone libraries. (B) Rank abundance curves of archaeal 16S rRNA gene clone libraries. Sample color codes are presented in the legend. Figure S2. Microbial composition and abundance at phylum level (A) and genus level (B) for gut microbiota in SZ (Case) and NC (Control) groups. The bars represent the average relative abundance of each genera, having significant differences between the two...

Early Itch Response with Abrocitinib is Associated with Later Efficacy Outcomes in Patients with Moderate-to-Severe Atopic Dermatitis: Subgroup Analysis of the Randomized Phase III JADE 3 COMPARE Trial

Adis Journals on behalf of:, Sonja Ständer, Shawn G. Kwatra, Jonathan I. Silverberg, Eric L. Simpson, Jacob P. Thyssen, Gil Yosipovitch, Fan Zhang, Michael C. Cameron, Ricardo Rojo Cella, Hernan Valdez, Marco DiBonaventura & Claire Feeney
Article full text The above features represent the opinions of the authors. For a full list of declarations, including funding and author disclosure statements, please see the full text online (see “read the peer-reviewed publication” opposite). © The authors, CC-BY-NC 2022

Visualization 1.mp4

Kaiyue Zhu, Shuyang Hao, Ke Chen, Tian Jiang, Junming Zhao & Yijun Feng
fabrication process of the paper based metamaterials

Additional file 1 of Cholesterol efflux regulator ABCA1 exerts protective role against high shear stress-induced injury of HBMECs via regulating PI3K/Akt/eNOS signaling

Zhe Li, Jia-Nan Li, Qiang Li, Chun Liu, Lin-Hua Zhou, Qi Zhang & Yi Xu
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Full-length blots/gels of ABCA1, MMP9, AQP4, CYP46, and beta-actin are presented. Figure S2. Full-length blots/gels of phospho-PI3K, PI3K, AKT, phospho-AKT, eNOS, phospho-eNOS and beta-actin are presented. Figure S3. Full-length blots/gels of ABCA1 and beta-actin are presented. Figure S4. Full-length blots/gels of MMP9, AQP4, CYP46 and β-actin are presented. Figure S5. Full-length blots/gels of phospho-PI3K, PI3K, AKT, phospho-AKT, eNOS, phospho-eNOS and β-actin are presented.

Additional file 1 of Application of pedicled greater omentum flap tamponade combined with laparoscopic fenestration in diaphragmatic hepatic cyst

Zujian Wu, Yun Chen, Ye Jin, Changfeng Liu, Yusu Liu & Bing Zhang
Supplementary Material 1: Video

Effective soil washing for Cu removal in industrial soil remediation

Ruzhuang Zhang, Ziqian Xu, Xingbin Fang & Ming Li
Soil contamination caused by heavy metals has become a serious environmental and health-related problem to human. Copper (Cu) is essential to human and plants in appropriate amount but toxicant if excessive. Although soil washing has been developed for a long time for heavy metal remediation, there are few studies focusing on Cu, especially in the case of extreme concentration of metal and dissolved organic matters (DOM). Thus, based on the literature reviews about soil washing,...

Additional file 6 of Optimized dose selective HDAC inhibitor tucidinostat overcomes anti-PD-L1 antibody resistance in experimental solid tumors

Pei Zhang, Yang Du, Hua Bai, Zhijie Wang, Jianchun Duan, Xin Wang, Jia Zhong, Rui Wan, Jiachen Xu, Xiran He, Di Wang, Kailun Fei, Ruofei Yu, Jie Tian & Jie Wang
Additional file 6. The original blots.

Additional file 1 of Exploration of the regulatory relationship between KRAB-Zfp clusters and their target transposable elements via a gene editing strategy at the cluster specific linker-associated sequences by CRISPR-Cas9

Yang Zhang, Fei He, Yanning Zhang, Qian Dai, Qintong Li, Jing Nan, Ruidong Miao & Bo Cheng
Additional file 1: Supplementary Fig. 1. A circular genomic map displays the distribution of all KRAB-ZFP genes across the human genome. The width of each pink bar positively correlates to the number of KRAB-ZFP genes in a cluster.

Additional file 8 of Exploration of the regulatory relationship between KRAB-Zfp clusters and their target transposable elements via a gene editing strategy at the cluster specific linker-associated sequences by CRISPR-Cas9

Yang Zhang, Fei He, Yanning Zhang, Qian Dai, Qintong Li, Jing Nan, Ruidong Miao & Bo Cheng
Additional file 8 Supplementary Fig. 8. Analyses of KRAB-Zfp related Satellite DNA cluster identified in the Kauzlaric’s paper [32]. (A) Comparison of the cluster distribution of our work and the Kauzlaric’s paper. The clusters defined by both studies are pointed with red arrows; the clusters only defined by our work are pointed with blue arrows; and the clusters only defined by the Kauzlaric’s paper are pointed with green arrows, mainly including the KRAB-Zfp related Satellite...

Additional file 5 of Exploration of the regulatory relationship between KRAB-Zfp clusters and their target transposable elements via a gene editing strategy at the cluster specific linker-associated sequences by CRISPR-Cas9

Yang Zhang, Fei He, Yanning Zhang, Qian Dai, Qintong Li, Jing Nan, Ruidong Miao & Bo Cheng
Additional file 5 Supplementary Fig. 5. Screening efficient sgRNAs for knocking out KRAB-Zfp cluster(s) by CRISPR-Cas9. (A) The sequences and detailed information of the 11 linker-targeting sgRNAs constructed in the reporter plasmid in Fig. 4A. There are two “NGG” sites within the linker regions and they were used as PAM sites for the two sets of sgRNAs. The nucleotides identical across the whole set of sgRNA targets are labeled in black and the variable nucleotides...

FPY_20220816_OE_Visualization1.mp4

Yue Li
Animation of FIg. 3

Additional file 2 of Scalable and high-throughput production of an injectable platelet-rich plasma (PRP)/cell-laden microcarrier/hydrogel composite system for hair follicle tissue engineering

Yufan Zhang, Panjing Yin, Junfei Huang, Lunan Yang, Zhen Liu, Danlan Fu, Zhiqi Hu, Wenhua Huang & Yong Miao
Supplementary Material 2

Early Itch Response with Abrocitinib is Associated with Later Efficacy Outcomes in Patients with Moderate-to-Severe Atopic Dermatitis: Subgroup Analysis of the Randomized Phase III JADE 3 COMPARE Trial

Adis Journals on behalf of:, Sonja Ständer, Shawn G. Kwatra, Jonathan I. Silverberg, Eric L. Simpson, Jacob P. Thyssen, Gil Yosipovitch, Fan Zhang, Michael C. Cameron, Ricardo Rojo Cella, Hernan Valdez, Marco DiBonaventura & Claire Feeney
Article full text The above features represent the opinions of the authors. For a full list of declarations, including funding and author disclosure statements, please see the full text online (see “read the peer-reviewed publication” opposite). © The authors, CC-BY-NC 2022

Effect of wounding and wound age on infection of canola cotyledons by Leptosphaeria maculans, interacting with leaf wetness

Shuanglong Huang, Chun Zhai, Zhongwei Zou, Fei Liu, Paula Parks, Linda Mcgregor, W. G. Dilantha Fernando & Gary Peng
Blackleg, caused by the fungus Leptosphaeria maculans, is an important disease of canola. Both ascospores and pycnidiospores of the fungus can infect intact leaves under conditions of extended leaf wetness, with infection then progressing further into the stem. In western Canada, spring is typically cool and dry and additional factors may be involved for successful infection. This study was designed to assess the effect of wounding and wound age on cotyledon infection, to evaluate the...

Genetic mapping of QTL for three root-related traits in wheat (Triticum aestivum)

Li Li, Zhigui Liu & Jun Wu
A well-developed root system plays a positive role in wheat yield. Here, we identified quantitative trait loci (QTL) for total root length (TRL), root average diameter (RD) and number of root tips (RTN) based on the previously developed genetic map of a recombinant inbred line (RIL) population in bread wheat and phenotype data from two individual trials. A stable and major QTL, Qtrl-AS-5A for TRL was detected explaining 17.19 to 17.78% of the phenotypic variation....

Additional file 2 of Scalable and high-throughput production of an injectable platelet-rich plasma (PRP)/cell-laden microcarrier/hydrogel composite system for hair follicle tissue engineering

Yufan Zhang, Panjing Yin, Junfei Huang, Lunan Yang, Zhen Liu, Danlan Fu, Zhiqi Hu, Wenhua Huang & Yong Miao
Supplementary Material 2

Additional file 8 of Exploration of the regulatory relationship between KRAB-Zfp clusters and their target transposable elements via a gene editing strategy at the cluster specific linker-associated sequences by CRISPR-Cas9

Yang Zhang, Fei He, Yanning Zhang, Qian Dai, Qintong Li, Jing Nan, Ruidong Miao & Bo Cheng
Additional file 8 Supplementary Fig. 8. Analyses of KRAB-Zfp related Satellite DNA cluster identified in the Kauzlaric’s paper [32]. (A) Comparison of the cluster distribution of our work and the Kauzlaric’s paper. The clusters defined by both studies are pointed with red arrows; the clusters only defined by our work are pointed with blue arrows; and the clusters only defined by the Kauzlaric’s paper are pointed with green arrows, mainly including the KRAB-Zfp related Satellite...

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