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Additional file 2 of A haplotype-resolved genome assembly of the Nile rat facilitates exploration of the genetic basis of diabetes

Huishi Toh, Chentao Yang, Giulio Formenti, Kalpana Raja, Lily Yan, Alan Tracey, William Chow, Kerstin Howe, Lucie A. Bergeron, Guojie Zhang, Bettina Haase, Jacquelyn Mountcastle, Olivier Fedrigo, John Fogg, Bogdan Kirilenko, Chetan Munegowda, Michael Hiller, Aashish Jain, Daisuke Kihara, Arang Rhie, Adam M. Phillippy, Scott A. Swanson, Peng Jiang, Dennis O. Clegg, Erich D. Jarvis … & Yury V. Bukhman
Additional file 2: Supplementary Table 1. TOGA status of 18430 ancestral placental mammal genes in muroid rodent genome assemblies. Supplementary Table 2. Positively selected genes and their mutation tolerance in humans according to gnomAD.

Additional file 2 of A haplotype-resolved genome assembly of the Nile rat facilitates exploration of the genetic basis of diabetes

Huishi Toh, Chentao Yang, Giulio Formenti, Kalpana Raja, Lily Yan, Alan Tracey, William Chow, Kerstin Howe, Lucie A. Bergeron, Guojie Zhang, Bettina Haase, Jacquelyn Mountcastle, Olivier Fedrigo, John Fogg, Bogdan Kirilenko, Chetan Munegowda, Michael Hiller, Aashish Jain, Daisuke Kihara, Arang Rhie, Adam M. Phillippy, Scott A. Swanson, Peng Jiang, Dennis O. Clegg, Erich D. Jarvis … & Yury V. Bukhman
Additional file 2: Supplementary Table 1. TOGA status of 18430 ancestral placental mammal genes in muroid rodent genome assemblies. Supplementary Table 2. Positively selected genes and their mutation tolerance in humans according to gnomAD.

Water availability dictates how plant traits predict demographic rates

Alice Stears, Peter Adler, Dana Blumenthal, Julie Kray, Kevin Mueller, Troy Ocheltree, Kevin Wilcox & Daniel Laughlin
A major goal in ecology is to make generalizable predictions of organism responses to environmental variation based on their traits. However, straightforward relationships between traits and fitness are rare and likely vary with environmental context. Characterizing how traits mediate demographic responses to the environment may enhance predictions of organism responses to global change. We synthesized 15 years of demographic data and species-level traits in a shortgrass steppe to determine whether the effects of leaf and...

Reproducibility Paper Data: Data and analysis package for the draft manuscript that assesses reporting and reproducibility across a cohort of literature-based knee modeling studies. The package contains the raw data, which are the reviews performed by the KneeHub team members, and the corresponding statistical analysis.

Jason Halloran, Neda Abdollahi Nohouji, Mhd Ammar Hafez, Thor Besier, Snehal Chokhandre, Shady Elmasry, Donald Hume, Carl Imhauser, Nynke Rooks, Marco Schneider, Ariel Schwartz, Kevin Shelburne, William Zaylor & Ahmet Erdemir
Reproducible research serves as a pillar of the scientific method and is a foundation for scientific advancement. However, estimates for irreproducibility of preclinical science range from 75% to 90%. The importance of reproducible science has not been assessed in the context of mechanics-based modeling of human joints such as the knee, despite this being an area that has seen dramatic growth. Framed in the context of five experienced teams currently documenting knee modeling procedures, the...

Data from: Trading water for carbon in the future: effects of elevated CO2 and warming on leaf hydraulic traits in a semiarid grassland

Kevin Mueller, Dana Blumenthal, Troy Ocheltree & Julie Kray
The effects of climate change on plants and ecosystems are mediated by plant hydraulic traits, including interspecific and intraspecific variability of trait phenotypes. Yet, integrative and realistic studies of hydraulic traits and climate change are rare. In a semiarid grassland, we assessed the response of several plant hydraulic traits to elevated CO2 (+200 ppm) and warming (+1.5 to 3℃; day to night). For leaves of five dominant species (three graminoids, two forbs), and in replicated...

See no evil in the voice-to-voice customer service context

Michael Peasley, Carlos Bauer, Daniel Bachrach, Ashutosh Patil & Bryan Hochstein
A sample of more than 28,000 front-line employee (FLE) - customer interactions, extrapolating from foundational framing, we pit conventional service approaches against one another to propose a dual-process model, situating customer frustration/satisfaction as mediators of the indirect relationships between resolution/relational tactics and call duration – a key customer service efficiency outcome.

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