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Presentation: Crisis' Heritage Management - New Business Opportunities Out of the Financial Collapse

Hristian Daskalov
This presentation intends to present the opportunities emerging for the national economy, out of the financial crisis. In particular the management of those, which arise from the commercial real estate owned property sector, defined by the author as a „crisis’ heritage management”. On one hand, as real estate property prices are subject of wide fluctuations, the longer possession of such assets can seriously impact the financial condition of the already shattered financial institutions, but on...

Crisis' Heritage Management: New Business Opportunities Out of the Financial Collapse

Hristian Daskalov
This presentation intends to present the opportunities emerging for the national economy, out of the financial crisis. In particular the management of those, which arise from the commercial real estate owned property sector, defined by the author as a „crisis’ heritage management”. On one hand, as real estate property prices are subject of wide fluctuations, the longer possession of such assets can seriously impact the financial condition of the already shattered financial institutions, but on...

Scatterplots of Function M vs sPV during 2016 Arctic major final warming

Zachary D. Lawrence
Supplementary animation for: "The major stratospheric final warming in 2016: Dispersal of vortex air and termination of Arctic chemical ozone loss" Authors: Gloria L. Manney, and Zachary D. Lawrence Journal: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP) This animation shows the evolution of the “horseshoe” patterns seen in scatterplots of function M versus scaled potential vorticity (sPV) that are shown for a few days in the main text (Figs 9-11) during the major final warming period from...

Bold Signals 2.18: Stories Behind Stories with Siri Carpenter

John Borghi
This week we look at some writing about science writing in an episode featuring Siri Carpenter, the editor and chief of The Open Notebook. In our interview we discuss learning about the world about science writing by e-mailing science writers, starting projects as a means to ask interesting people interesting questions, and about what it actually means to edit an article about science.
For links and show notes: http://goo.gl/oe1QtF
Siri's Website: http://siricarpenter.comSiri on Twitter: https://twitter.com/siricarpenterThe Open Notebook:...

Additional file 1: Figure S1. of The Mediator complex subunits MED25/PFT1 and MED8 are required for transcriptional responses to changes in cell wall arabinose composition and glucose treatment in Arabidopsis thaliana

Mathilde Seguela-Arnaud, Caroline Smith, Marcos Uribe, Sean May, Harry Fischl, Neil McKenzie & Michael Bevan
Scatter plots of Principle Components 1, 2 and 3 identified from FTIR measurements of cell wall composition. Figure S2. JA responsive genes are not up- regulated in hsr8. Quantitative Real-time PCR analysis of VSP1, VSP2 and ERF1 mRNA levels in Col and hsr8. Seedlings were grown vertically in the dark for 14 days on MS medium in the presence of 1 % glucose. Errors bars represent SD from three biological replicates. **, p 

Идентификация объектов в глобальном цифровом пространстве

"Идентификация объектов в глобальном цифровом пространстве", семинар (24; 2016; Санкт-Петербург)

Research Support Services: Landscape in the UK

Fiona Bradley
Presentation given to Research Support Services for Academic and Special Libraries students, Queensland University of Technology (webinar), 29 November 2016

Outlines the landscape of research support services provided by libraries in the UK, and the main policy and research drivers influencing services now and in the future.

Additional file 3: of A novel group of diverse Polinton-like viruses discovered by metagenome analysis

Natalya Yutin, Sofiya Shevchenko, Vladimir Kapitonov, Mart Krupovic & Eugene Koonin
Multiple alignments of the core genes of the PLV. (PPTX 1221 kb)

Additional file 1: of Dental noise exposed mice display depressive-like phenotypes

Yujie Dong, Ying Zhou, Xixia Chu, Shiqing Chen, Lei Chen, Beimeng Yang, Xu Zhang, Lin Wang, Shuai Wang, Jingyu Lou, Qing Deng, Li Wang, Zheyi Cao, Jianan Wang, Jiaxin Xie, Tatiana Serdyuk, Shengtian Li, Lin He, Xiaoping Chen & Weidong Li
Supplementary material. (PPTX 18,329 kb)

Lagrangian Particle Simulation

Carla.Rodrigues.Lourenco@Gmail.Com, Jorge Assis, Gerardo Zardi, Katty Nicastro & Ester Serrão
Lagrangian Particle Simulations developed for P. perna for the year 2010. For demonstration proposes, only a set of coastal cells are releasing passive particles (depicted with different colors).

Lagrangian Particle Simulation

Carla.Rodrigues.Lourenco@Gmail.Com, Jorge Assis, Gerardo Zardi, Katty Nicastro & Ester Serrão
Lagrangian Particle Simulations developed for P. perna for the year 2010. For demonstration proposes, only a set of coastal cells are releasing passive particles (depicted with different colors).

Additional file 3: Figure S2. of Exploration of hydroxymethylation in Kagami-Ogata syndrome caused by hypermethylation of imprinting control regions

Keiko Matsubara, Masayo Kagami, Kazuhiko Nakabayashi, Kenichiro Hata, Maki Fukami, Tsutomu Ogata & Kazuki Yamazawa
Scatterplots showing correlation between technical replicates of beta values by BS/oxBS-array. (PPB 205 kb)

Additional file 6: Figure S4. of Exploration of hydroxymethylation in Kagami-Ogata syndrome caused by hypermethylation of imprinting control regions

Keiko Matsubara, Masayo Kagami, Kazuhiko Nakabayashi, Kenichiro Hata, Maki Fukami, Tsutomu Ogata & Kazuki Yamazawa
Methylation/hydroxymethylation analysis at the MEG3-DMR, PLAGL1-DMR, PEG10-DMR, MEST-DMR, H19-DMR, KvDMR1, SNRPN-DMR, and GNAS exon A/B-DMR by BS/oxBS-array. (PPB 240 kb)

Additional file 4: Figure S1. of A New Recessive Gene Conferring Resistance Against Rice Blast

Zhijian Liang, Ling Wang & Qinghua Pan
Presence/absence analysis of nine candidate genes. The upper panel shows the schematic gene structure used for primer design, and the lower two panels show the amplicons. 93: cv. 93â 11, Ni: cv. Nipponbare, AS: cv. AS20-1, Ai: cv. Aichi Asahi, M1: size marker DL15,000; M2: size marker DL2,000. (PPTX 680 kb)

Additional file 4: Figure S3. of Exploration of hydroxymethylation in Kagami-Ogata syndrome caused by hypermethylation of imprinting control regions

Keiko Matsubara, Masayo Kagami, Kazuhiko Nakabayashi, Kenichiro Hata, Maki Fukami, Tsutomu Ogata & Kazuki Yamazawa
Hierarchical clustering analysis for BS/oxBS-array. (PPB 110 kb)

Additional file 6: Figure S2. of Time-resolved pathogenic gene expression analysis of the plant pathogen Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae

Seunghwan Kim, Yong-Joon Cho, Eun-Sung Song, Sang Lee, Jeong-Gu Kim & Lin-Woo Kang
Time-resolved expression of hrp genes including hpaB, hrpE, hrpD6, hrpD5, hpa1 and hpa2. The unit of time is min. Red lines indicate the expression levels of genes in control (untreated) Xoo cells. Y-axis represents fold-change. (PPTX 51Â kb)

Additional file 4: Figure S1. of Time-resolved pathogenic gene expression analysis of the plant pathogen Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae

Seunghwan Kim, Yong-Joon Cho, Eun-Sung Song, Sang Lee, Jeong-Gu Kim & Lin-Woo Kang
The number of upregulated (UR) and downregulated (DR) genes for each time (min) point 0, 5, 10, 15, 30, 45 and 60 min in P-activated Xoo cells (upper). The number of upregulated (UR) and downregulated (DR) genes for each time (min) point 0, 5, 10, 15, 30, 45 and 60 min in control Xoo cells (lower). (PPTX 51 kb)

Additional file 9: Figure S4. of Time-resolved pathogenic gene expression analysis of the plant pathogen Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae

Seunghwan Kim, Yong-Joon Cho, Eun-Sung Song, Sang Lee, Jeong-Gu Kim & Lin-Woo Kang
Time-resolved expression of two component system (TCS) genes. (A) phoB-phoR genes were upregulated within 5 min. (B) ppk was upregulated within 5 min whereas ppx expression was not changed. (C) phoP-phoQ genes were also upregulated within 5 min. The unit of time is min. Red lines indicate the expression levels of genes in control (untreated) Xoo cells. Y-axis represents fold-change. (PPTX 71 kb)

Additional file 16: Figure S8. of Time-resolved pathogenic gene expression analysis of the plant pathogen Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae

Seunghwan Kim, Yong-Joon Cho, Eun-Sung Song, Sang Lee, Jeong-Gu Kim & Lin-Woo Kang
Representation of continuous time-resolved gene expression of selected genes. (A) Scaled continuous time-resolved gene expression. The absolute expression levels of each gene were log2-scaled and the highest level was set to 1.0. The expression levels at each time point were fitted by non-linear regression method to derive time-resolved continuous gene expression levels. (B) Unscaled continuous time-resolved gene expression. The absolute expression levels of each gene were log2-scaled as in (A), but the highest level was...

Additional file 2: Figure S1. of Exploration of hydroxymethylation in Kagami-Ogata syndrome caused by hypermethylation of imprinting control regions

Keiko Matsubara, Masayo Kagami, Kazuhiko Nakabayashi, Kenichiro Hata, Maki Fukami, Tsutomu Ogata & Kazuki Yamazawa
Methylation/hydroxymethylation analysis by BS and oxBS treatment at the MEG3-DMR by pyrosequencing. (PPB 63.5 kb)

MOESM4 of Adaption of a dermal in vitro method to investigate the uptake of chemicals across amphibian skin

Katharina Kaufmann & Peter Dohmen
Additional file 4. Schematic overview of a diffusion cell. Skin samples are clamped in between the receptor and donor chamber and fixed by a metal clamp (for clarity, the metal clamp is not shown in this Figure); the receptor chamber is filled with the corresponding receptor medium which can be temperature-controlled via an outer chamber; test compounds are applied topically to the skin in the donor chamber and samples are drawn out of the receptor...

Additional file 1: of Planar cell polarity gene expression correlates with tumor cell viability and prognostic outcome in neuroblastoma

Cecilia Dyberg, Panagiotis Papachristou, Bjørn Haug, Hugo Lagercrantz, Per Kogner, Thomas Ringstedt, Malin Wickström & John Johnsen
Knockdown of Prickle1 or Vangl2 alters neuroblastoma cell viability. Transfection of neuroblastoma cells using alternative siRNA’s against Prickle1 and Vangl2 resulted in a significant increase of cell viability compared to control cells transfected with scrambled siRNA sequence (48 h) in SK-N-AS. Also in SK-N-BE (2) an increase were recorded after siRNA against Prickle1 (one-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post-test, SK-N-AS: P 

Supporting MOOC development: Service models, best practices, and the experience at UBC

Devin Soper
With the New York Times declaring 2012 the “year of the MOOC,” it is no surprise that MOOCs (or massive open online courses) are generating a great deal of interest within the higher education community. As a growing number of post-secondary institutions seek to launch their own MOOCs, Copyright Leads and Officers (CLOs) are increasingly being called upon to provide copyright support to MOOC developers. The University of British Columbia launched four MOOCs in 2013...

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