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DNA methylation changes following DNA damage in prostate cancer cells

Laura P. Sutton, Sarah A. Jeffreys, Jessica L. Phillips, Phillippa C. Taberlay, Adele F. Holloway, Mark Ambrose, Ji-Hoon E. Joo, Arabella Young, Rachael Berry, Marketa Skala & Kate H. Brettingham-Moore
Many cancer therapies operate by inducing double-strand breaks (DSBs) in cancer cells, however treatment-resistant cells rapidly initiate mechanisms to repair damage enabling survival. While the DNA repair mechanisms responsible for cancer cell survival following DNA damaging treatments are becoming better understood, less is known about the role of the epigenome in this process. Using prostate cancer cell lines with differing sensitivities to radiation treatment, we analysed the DNA methylation profiles prior to and following a...

DNA methylation changes following DNA damage in prostate cancer cells

Laura P. Sutton, Sarah A. Jeffreys, Jessica L. Phillips, Phillippa C. Taberlay, Adele F. Holloway, Mark Ambrose, Ji-Hoon E. Joo, Arabella Young, Rachael Berry, Marketa Skala & Kate H. Brettingham-Moore
Many cancer therapies operate by inducing double-strand breaks (DSBs) in cancer cells, however treatment-resistant cells rapidly initiate mechanisms to repair damage enabling survival. While the DNA repair mechanisms responsible for cancer cell survival following DNA damaging treatments are becoming better understood, less is known about the role of the epigenome in this process. Using prostate cancer cell lines with differing sensitivities to radiation treatment, we analysed the DNA methylation profiles prior to and following a...

MOESM7 of Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies

Michelle Bui, Jennifer Shyong, Eleanor Lutz, Ting Yang, Ming Li, Kenneth Truong, Ryan Arvidson, Anna Buchman, Jeffrey Riffell & Omar Akbari
Additional file 7: Video 4. Time-lapse of a whole L2 GCaMP6s/+/+â larvae taken on a Leica SP5 at 5Â Ă magnification.

MOESM7 of Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies

Michelle Bui, Jennifer Shyong, Eleanor Lutz, Ting Yang, Ming Li, Kenneth Truong, Ryan Arvidson, Anna Buchman, Jeffrey Riffell & Omar Akbari
Additional file 7: Video 4. Time-lapse of a whole L2 GCaMP6s/+/+â larvae taken on a Leica SP5 at 5Â Ă magnification.

MOESM8 of Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies

Michelle Bui, Jennifer Shyong, Eleanor Lutz, Ting Yang, Ming Li, Kenneth Truong, Ryan Arvidson, Anna Buchman, Jeffrey Riffell & Omar Akbari
Additional file 8: Video 5. Time-lapse of a L2 GCaMP6s/+/+â larva head taken on a Leica SP5 at 10Â Ă magnification.

MOESM8 of Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies

Michelle Bui, Jennifer Shyong, Eleanor Lutz, Ting Yang, Ming Li, Kenneth Truong, Ryan Arvidson, Anna Buchman, Jeffrey Riffell & Omar Akbari
Additional file 8: Video 5. Time-lapse of a L2 GCaMP6s/+/+â larva head taken on a Leica SP5 at 10Â Ă magnification.

MOESM4 of Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies

Michelle Bui, Jennifer Shyong, Eleanor Lutz, Ting Yang, Ming Li, Kenneth Truong, Ryan Arvidson, Anna Buchman, Jeffrey Riffell & Omar Akbari
Additional file 4: Video 2. Time-lapse of female GCaMP6s/+/+â adult antennae taken on a Leica SP5 at 10Â Ă magnification.

MOESM2 of Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies

Michelle Bui, Jennifer Shyong, Eleanor Lutz, Ting Yang, Ming Li, Kenneth Truong, Ryan Arvidson, Anna Buchman, Jeffrey Riffell & Omar Akbari
Additional file 2: Video 1. Time-lapse of female GCaMP6s/+/+â adult mouthparts taken on a Leica SP5 at 10Â Ă magnification.

MOESM5 of Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies

Michelle Bui, Jennifer Shyong, Eleanor Lutz, Ting Yang, Ming Li, Kenneth Truong, Ryan Arvidson, Anna Buchman, Jeffrey Riffell & Omar Akbari
Additional file 5: Video 3. Time-lapse of an adult female GCaMP6s/+/+â right compound eye on a Leica SP5 at 10Â Ă magnification.

MOESM5 of Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies

Michelle Bui, Jennifer Shyong, Eleanor Lutz, Ting Yang, Ming Li, Kenneth Truong, Ryan Arvidson, Anna Buchman, Jeffrey Riffell & Omar Akbari
Additional file 5: Video 3. Time-lapse of an adult female GCaMP6s/+/+â right compound eye on a Leica SP5 at 10Â Ă magnification.

MOESM2 of Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies

Michelle Bui, Jennifer Shyong, Eleanor Lutz, Ting Yang, Ming Li, Kenneth Truong, Ryan Arvidson, Anna Buchman, Jeffrey Riffell & Omar Akbari
Additional file 2: Video 1. Time-lapse of female GCaMP6s/+/+â adult mouthparts taken on a Leica SP5 at 10Â Ă magnification.

MOESM4 of Live calcium imaging of Aedes aegypti neuronal tissues reveals differential importance of chemosensory systems for life-history-specific foraging strategies

Michelle Bui, Jennifer Shyong, Eleanor Lutz, Ting Yang, Ming Li, Kenneth Truong, Ryan Arvidson, Anna Buchman, Jeffrey Riffell & Omar Akbari
Additional file 4: Video 2. Time-lapse of female GCaMP6s/+/+â adult antennae taken on a Leica SP5 at 10Â Ă magnification.

MOESM1 of Giant rectus sheath hematoma

Gabriela Bello & Pablo Blanco
Additional file 1: Video 1. Abdominal ultrasound from the left coronal view showing a large complex cystic mass with multiple internal septations, corresponding to a large rectus sheath hematoma.

MOESM1 of Giant rectus sheath hematoma

Gabriela Bello & Pablo Blanco
Additional file 1: Video 1. Abdominal ultrasound from the left coronal view showing a large complex cystic mass with multiple internal septations, corresponding to a large rectus sheath hematoma.

Additional file 3: of Secretion of fibronectin by human pancreatic stellate cells promotes chemoresistance to gemcitabine in pancreatic cancer cells

Manoj Amrutkar, Monica Aasrum, Caroline Verbeke & Ivar Gladhaug
Figure S2. Secretome analysis of PSC-conditioned medium. (A) Flow-chart describing procedure for conditioned medium collection, processing and proteome analysis of the PSC secretome. (B) Conditioned medium collected from ten different PSC cultures were subjected to proteomic analysis by LC-MS/MS. Graph indicates the number of proteins identified with high confidence from each sample. (C) The proteins detected by LC-MS/MS were interrogated in terms of functional annotation by DAVID Bioinformatics Resource tool. The representative GO terms cluster...

Additional file 2: of Secretion of fibronectin by human pancreatic stellate cells promotes chemoresistance to gemcitabine in pancreatic cancer cells

Manoj Amrutkar, Monica Aasrum, Caroline Verbeke & Ivar Gladhaug
Figure S1. Experimental set-up for co-culture experiments. Monolayer of PCCs (A), PSCs (B), direct co-culture of PCCs with PSCs (C) and indirect co-culture of PSCs with PCCs (D). PCC, pancreatic cancer cell; PSC, pancreatic stellate cell. (PPTX 61 kb)

Additional file 2: of Secretion of fibronectin by human pancreatic stellate cells promotes chemoresistance to gemcitabine in pancreatic cancer cells

Manoj Amrutkar, Monica Aasrum, Caroline Verbeke & Ivar Gladhaug
Figure S1. Experimental set-up for co-culture experiments. Monolayer of PCCs (A), PSCs (B), direct co-culture of PCCs with PSCs (C) and indirect co-culture of PSCs with PCCs (D). PCC, pancreatic cancer cell; PSC, pancreatic stellate cell. (PPTX 61 kb)

Additional file 4: of Secretion of fibronectin by human pancreatic stellate cells promotes chemoresistance to gemcitabine in pancreatic cancer cells

Manoj Amrutkar, Monica Aasrum, Caroline Verbeke & Ivar Gladhaug
Figure S3. Characterization of human PSCs. (A) PSCs immunostained with anti-αSMA (green) and anti-vimentin (red) antibodies. Nuclei stained with DAPI (blue). Scale bar = 100 μM. (B) The cells were lysed and proteins subjected to immunoblotting using anti-αSMA and anti-vimentin antibodies. GAPDH was used as a loading control. PSC, pancreatic stellate cell; αSMA, α-smooth muscle actin. (PPTX 4411 kb)

Additional file 4: of Secretion of fibronectin by human pancreatic stellate cells promotes chemoresistance to gemcitabine in pancreatic cancer cells

Manoj Amrutkar, Monica Aasrum, Caroline Verbeke & Ivar Gladhaug
Figure S3. Characterization of human PSCs. (A) PSCs immunostained with anti-αSMA (green) and anti-vimentin (red) antibodies. Nuclei stained with DAPI (blue). Scale bar = 100 μM. (B) The cells were lysed and proteins subjected to immunoblotting using anti-αSMA and anti-vimentin antibodies. GAPDH was used as a loading control. PSC, pancreatic stellate cell; αSMA, α-smooth muscle actin. (PPTX 4411 kb)

Additional file 3: of Secretion of fibronectin by human pancreatic stellate cells promotes chemoresistance to gemcitabine in pancreatic cancer cells

Manoj Amrutkar, Monica Aasrum, Caroline Verbeke & Ivar Gladhaug
Figure S2. Secretome analysis of PSC-conditioned medium. (A) Flow-chart describing procedure for conditioned medium collection, processing and proteome analysis of the PSC secretome. (B) Conditioned medium collected from ten different PSC cultures were subjected to proteomic analysis by LC-MS/MS. Graph indicates the number of proteins identified with high confidence from each sample. (C) The proteins detected by LC-MS/MS were interrogated in terms of functional annotation by DAVID Bioinformatics Resource tool. The representative GO terms cluster...

CONEPED19INDEXACAO.pdf

Gildenir Carolino Santos
Minicurso sobre Indexação de periódicos na área de Educação, com o propósito de otimizar o processo de solicitação para indexar, obter visibilidade e orientar nas dicas de como escolher os indexadores especializados e multidisciplinares na educação. Realizado no I Congresso Nacional de Editores de Periódicos em Educação - UDESC, Floriánóplis, SC - 12 a 14 de junho de 2019.

CONEPED19INDEXACAO.pdf

Gildenir Carolino Santos
Minicurso sobre Indexação de periódicos na área de Educação, com o propósito de otimizar o processo de solicitação para indexar, obter visibilidade e orientar nas dicas de como escolher os indexadores especializados e multidisciplinares na educação. Realizado no I Congresso Nacional de Editores de Periódicos em Educação - UDESC, Floriánóplis, SC - 12 a 14 de junho de 2019.

Slides for OpenSesame beginner workshop (Lyon II)

Sebastiaan Mathôt
Slides for:
Mathôt, S. (2016, Sep). Experiment Building With OpenSesame. Workshop presented at Université de Lyon 2, Lyon, France.

AUPresses 2019: Altmetrics & journal marketing

Stacy Konkiel
Slides presented as part of the Association of University Presses Annual Conference 2019 panel, "Reaching the Reader: Driving Discoverability and Attention", Detroit, MI, USA, June 13. 2019.

AUPresses 2019: Altmetrics & journal marketing

Stacy Konkiel
Slides presented as part of the Association of University Presses Annual Conference 2019 panel, "Reaching the Reader: Driving Discoverability and Attention", Detroit, MI, USA, June 13. 2019.

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