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Data from: Towards open data blockchain analytics: a Bitcoin perspective

Dan McGinn, Douglas McIlwraith & Yike Guo
Bitcoin is the first implementation of a technology that has become known as a 'public permissionless' blockchain. Such systems allow public read/write access to an append-only blockchain database without the need for any mediating central authority. Instead they guarantee access, security and protocol conformity through an elegant combination of cryptographic assurances and game theoretic economic incentives. Not until the advent of the Bitcoin blockchain has such a trusted, transparent, comprehensive and granular data set of...

Data from: Inter-annual dynamics and persistence of small mammal communities in a selectively logged tropical forest in Borneo

Philip M. Chapman, Oliver R. Wearn, Terhi Riutta, Chris Carbone, J. Marcus Rowcliffe, Henry Bernard, Robert M Ewers & Robert. M. Ewers
Understanding temporal change and long-term persistence of species and communities is vital if we are to accurately assess the relative values of human-modified habitats for biodiversity. Despite a large literature and emerging consensus demonstrating a high conservation value of selectively logged tropical rainforests, few studies have taken a long-term perspective. We resampled small mammals (≤1kg) in a heavily logged landscape in Sabah, Borneo between 2011 and 2016 to investigate temporal patterns of species-level changes in...

Data from: Encoding of locomotion kinematics in the mouse cerebellum

Tomaso Muzzu, Susanna Mitolo, Giuseppe P. Gava & Simon R. Schultz
The cerebellum is involved in coordinating motor behaviour, but how the cerebellar network regulates locomotion is still not well understood. We characterised the activity of putative cerebellar Purkinje cells, Golgi cells and mossy fibres in awake mice engaged in an active locomotion task, using high-density silicon electrode arrays. Analysis of the activity of over 300 neurons in response to locomotion revealed that the majority of cells (53%) were significantly modulated by phase of the stepping...

Data from: Foraging bumblebees acquire a preference for neonicotinoid-treated food with prolonged exposure

Andres N. Arce, Ana Ramos Rodrigues, Jiajun Yu, Thomas J. Colgan, Yannick Wurm & Richard J. Gill
Social bees represent an important group of pollinating insects but can be exposed to potentially harmful pesticides when foraging on treated or contaminated flowering plants. To investigate if such exposure is detrimental to bees, many studies have exclusively fed individuals with pesticide spiked food, informing us about the hazard but not necessarily the risk of exposure. Whilst such studies are important to establish the physiological and behavioural effects on individuals they do not consider the...

Data from: Cognitive approach to rehabilitation in children with hyperkinetic movement disorders post-DBS

Hortensia Gimeno, Richard G. Brown, Jean-Pierre Lin, Victoria Cornelius & Helene J. Polatajko
Objective: This proof-of-concept feasibility trial examined the potential of the Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP) ApproachTM to augment deep brain stimulation (DBS) outcomes in childhood-onset hyperkinetic movement disorders (HMD) including dystonia and dyskinetic cerebral palsy. Methods: Single case experimental design using multiple baseline as N-of-1 trial comprised of 10 intervention sessions, with replications across participants (n=10). Treatment focused on three participant-selected goals. Transfer was assessed on two additional untreated goals. Individuals enrolled were...

Data from: Spatiotemporal sampling patterns in the 230 million year fossil record of terrestrial crocodylomorphs and their impact on diversity

Philip D. Mannion, Alfio Alessandro Chiarenza, Pedro L. Godoy & Yung Nam Cheah
The 24 extant crocodylian species are the remnants of a once much more diverse and widespread clade. Crocodylomorpha has an approximately 230 million year evolutionary history, punctuated by a series of radiations and extinctions. However, the group's fossil record is biased. Previous studies have reconstructed temporal patterns in subsampled crocodylomorph palaeobiodiversity, but have not explicitly examined variation in spatial sampling, nor the quality of this record. We compiled a dataset of all taxonomically diagnosable non‐marine...

The White City TS2 with extra amine and acid as PT agent -649.713027

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The White City TS3, isomer 3, amine as PT agent with passive acid -649.691918 15.1/28.6

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The White City TS, isomer 1, acid as PT agent with passive amine -649.894536642

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The White City TS, isomer 5, acid as PT agent with passive amine -649.900629808

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OC: 4c NMR FREQ

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OC: Reactant , Me (trans to aldehyde) -1584.123635

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OC: TS2 freq T=273 -1544.767308 IRC

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OC: TS1 proton removal from benzyl chloride by di-isopropylamine -1837.150502

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OC: TS1 proton removal from benzyl chloride by di-isopropylamine, IRC => Ion-pair1 -1837.157021

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OC: 4b NMR(spinspin,mixed) def2-tzvpp

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OC: 4c NMR(spinspin,mixed) def2-tzvpp

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OC: 4a nmr(spinspin,mixed) def2-tzvpp, aldehyde, conformer -910.860299

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OC: Reactant for TS3, C-C bond formation with di-isopropyl amine present Cl-S,R, =C-Cl -1876.487209

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OC: 4a def2-tzvpp, aldehyde, NO2 conformer -910.859908 n-heptyl VCD

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OC: 4a def2-tzvpp, aldehyde, conformer -910.860299 n-heptyl VCD

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OC: 4a def2-tzvpp -910.861653 with n-heptyl optrot 375.62 deg M062X 238.46

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OC: 4a def2-tzvpp, NO2 conformer -910.860816 n-heptyl VCD

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