10 Works

Detecting selection using extended haplotype homozygosity (EHH)-based statistics in unphased or unpolarized data

Alexander Klassmann & Mathieu Gautier
Analysis of population genetic data often includes the search for genomic regions with signs of recent positive selection. One of the approaches involves the concept of Extended Haplotype Homozygosity (EHH) and its associated statistics. These statistics typically need phased haplotypes and, some of them, polarized variants. Here, we unify and extend previously proposed modifications to loosen these requirements. We compare the modified versions with the original ones by measuring the False Discovery Rate in simulated...

Additional file 2 of Analyzing pre-service biology teachers’ intention to teach evolution using the theory of planned behavior

Helena Aptyka & Jörg Großschedl
Additional file 2. This file comprises the output of the Little’s test of missing completely at random (MCAR) and the multiple imputing by using the expectation-maximum (EM) algorithm in SPSS.

Additional file 3 of Analyzing pre-service biology teachers’ intention to teach evolution using the theory of planned behavior

Helena Aptyka & Jörg Großschedl
Additional file 3. This file encompasses the script for the analyses and the results of the article.

Data from: Population size mediates the contribution of high-rate and large-benefit mutations to parallel evolution

Mark P. Zwart, J. Arjan G.M. De Visser, Joachim Krug, Martijn F. Schenk, Sungmin Hwang, Philip Ruelens & Edouard Severing
The study "Population size mediates the contribution of high-rate and large-benefit mutations to parallel evolution" by Schenk et al. explores the phenotypic and genotypic changes in Escherichia coli after 500 generations of laboratory adaptation to increasing concentrations of an antibiotic (CTX). The source data files and scripts pertaining to the figures in the main manuscript and the extended data are available on the publishers webiste. Here we provide the source data files and scripts pertaining...

Investigations on Fire-Gilding

Raphael Margreiter
Fire-gilding is a historic technique for the application of golden layers on a number of different base materials, identifiable by the Hg content of these layers. Considering recent findings, the previously accepted lower limit for Hg content comes into scrutiny, motivating the development of a new, destruction-free identification method independent of the absolute Hg content. During the course of development, we identified a characteristic Hg profile in fire-gildings on Ag substrates and gathered evidence to...

Additional file 2 of Analyzing pre-service biology teachers’ intention to teach evolution using the theory of planned behavior

Helena Aptyka & Jörg Großschedl
Additional file 2. This file comprises the output of the Little’s test of missing completely at random (MCAR) and the multiple imputing by using the expectation-maximum (EM) algorithm in SPSS.

zOTU-Table_V1V3_Auto-FMT

Hannes Hoelz, Andreas Hiergeist, Dirk Haller, André Gessner, Tobias Schwerd, Maria J. G. T. Vehreschild, Anastasia Tsakmaklis, Jeannine Heetmeyer, Kolja Siebert, Federica De Zen, Deborah Häcker, Amira Metwaly & Klaus Neuhaus
The excel sheet contains zOTU Counts, annotated taxonomy, sample mapping, confidence intervals for the taxonomy and zOTU sequences. 16S rRNA sequencing Samples were prepared for sequencing at the sequencing core facilities in Freising (Core Facility Microbiome; ZIEL - Institute for Food & Health) and Regensburg (Institute for Clinical Microbiology and Hygiene, core facility microbiome). Microbial DNA was isolated from about 150 mg of each fecal sample by bead beating, followed by purification using guanidinium thiocyanate...

zOTU-Table_V1V3_Auto-FMT

Hannes Hoelz, Andreas Hiergeist, Dirk Haller, André Gessner, Tobias Schwerd, Maria J. G. T. Vehreschild, Anastasia Tsakmaklis, Jeannine Heetmeyer, Kolja Siebert, Federica De Zen, Deborah Häcker, Amira Metwaly & Klaus Neuhaus
The excel sheet contains zOTU Counts, annotated taxonomy, sample mapping, confidence intervals for the taxonomy and zOTU sequences. 16S rRNA sequencing Samples were prepared for sequencing at the sequencing core facilities in Freising (Core Facility Microbiome; ZIEL - Institute for Food & Health) and Regensburg (Institute for Clinical Microbiology and Hygiene, core facility microbiome). Microbial DNA was isolated from about 150 mg of each fecal sample by bead beating, followed by purification using guanidinium thiocyanate...

zOTU-Table_V1V3_Auto-FMT

Hannes Hoelz, Andreas Hiergeist, Dirk Haller, André Gessner, Tobias Schwerd, Maria J. G. T. Vehreschild, Anastasia Tsakmaklis, Jeannine Heetmeyer, Kolja Siebert, Federica De Zen, Deborah Häcker, Amira Metwaly & Klaus Neuhaus
The excel sheet contains zOTU Counts, annotated taxonomy, sample mapping, confidence intervals for the taxonomy and zOTU sequences. 16S rRNA sequencing Samples were prepared for sequencing at the sequencing core facilities in Freising (Core Facility Microbiome; ZIEL - Institute for Food & Health) and Regensburg (Institute for Clinical Microbiology and Hygiene, core facility microbiome). Microbial DNA was isolated from about 150 mg of each fecal sample by bead beating, followed by purification using guanidinium thiocyanate...

Additional file 3 of Analyzing pre-service biology teachers’ intention to teach evolution using the theory of planned behavior

Helena Aptyka & Jörg Großschedl
Additional file 3. This file encompasses the script for the analyses and the results of the article.

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  • University of Cologne
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  • University Hospital Regensburg
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  • German Center for Infection Research
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  • Technical University of Munich
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  • University Hospital Frankfurt
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  • Goethe University Frankfurt
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  • National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment
    1
  • Netherlands Institute of Ecology
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  • Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research
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  • Wageningen University & Research
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