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Historical analysis of seagrass loss in the United Kingdom

Alix E. Green, Michael A. Chadwick, Richard K.F. Unsworth & Peter J.S. Jones
This dataset includes empirical and qualitative data from a multitude of sources using systematic review methods to provide analysis on seagrass occurrence and loss in the United Kingdom. We document 8,493 ha of recently mapped seagrass in the UK since 1998.

Flow cytometry data: healthy donor bone marrow taken during hip surgery

Jessica Timms, James Opzoomer, Kevin Blighe, Thanos Mourikis, Nicolas Chapuis, Richard Bekoe, Sedigeh Kareemaghay, Paola Nocerino, Benedetta Apollonio, Alan Ramsay, Mahvash Tavassoli, Claire Harrison, Francesca Ciccarelli, Peter Parker, Michaela Fontenay, Paul Barber, James Arnold & Shahram Kordasti
High dimensional cytometry is an innovative tool for immune monitoring in health and disease, it has provided novel insight into the underlying biology as well as biomarkers for a variety of diseases. However, the analysis of large multiparametric datasets usually requires specialist computational knowledge. Here we describe ImmunoCluster (https://github.com/kordastilab/ImmunoCluster) an R package for immune profiling cellular heterogeneity in high dimensional liquid and imaging mass cytometry, and flow cytometry data, designed to facilitate computational analysis by...

Imaging mass cytometry data: Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma lymph node section

Jessica Timms, James Opzoomer, Kevin Blighe, Thanos Mourikis, Nicolas Chapuis, Richard Bekoe, Sedigeh Kareemaghay, Paola Nocerino, Benedetta Apollonio, Alan Ramsay, Mahvash Tavassoli, Claire Harrison, Francesca Ciccarelli, Peter Parker, Michaela Fontenay, Paul Barber, James Arnold & Shahram Kordasti
High dimensional cytometry is an innovative tool for immune monitoring in health and disease, it has provided novel insight into the underlying biology as well as biomarkers for a variety of diseases. However, the analysis of large multiparametric datasets usually requires specialist computational knowledge. Here we describe ImmunoCluster (https://github.com/kordastilab/ImmunoCluster) an R package for immune profiling cellular heterogeneity in high dimensional liquid and imaging mass cytometry, and flow cytometry data, designed to facilitate computational analysis by...

Data from: Patterns of relapse in extrapulmonary small cell carcinoma: retrospective analysis of outcomes from two cancer centres

Spyridon Gennatas, Jillian Noble, Susannah Stanway, Ranga Gunapala, Mahfuja Chowdhury, Andrew Wotherspoon, Taqdir Benepal & Sanjay Popat
Objectives: We conducted a retrospective review of patients with extrapulmonary small cell carcinomas (EPSCCs) to explore the distribution, treatments, patterns of relapse and outcomes by primary site. Setting: We have reviewed the outcomes of one of the largest data sets of consecutive patients with EPSCC identified from two major cancer centres. Participants: Consecutive patients with a histopathological diagnosis of EPSCC from the two institutions were retrospectively identified. Primary and secondary outcome measures: Outcomes were evaluated...

Data from: Magnetic resonance imaging and tensor-based morphometry in the MPTP non-human primate model of Parkinson’s disease

Michel Modo, William R. Crum, Madeline Gerwig, Anthony C. Vernon, Priya Patel, Michael J. Jackson, Sarah Rose, Peter Jenner & Mahmoud M. Iravani
Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder producing a variety of motor and cognitive deficits with the causes remaining largely unknown. The gradual loss of the nigrostriatal pathway is currently considered the pivotal pathological event. To better understand the progression of PD and improve treatment management, defining the disease on a structural basis and expanding brain analysis to extra-nigral structures is indispensable. The anatomical complexity and the presence of neuromelanin, make the...

Data from: Correlations of behavioral deficits with brain pathology assessed through longitudinal MRI and histopathology in the HDHQ150/Q150 mouse model of Huntington's disease

Ivan Rattray, Edward J. Smith, William R. Crum, Thomas J. Walker, Richard Gale, Gillian P. Bates, Mike Modo & Michel Modo
A variety of mouse models have been developed that express mutant huntingtin (mHTT) leading to aggregates and inclusions that model the molecular pathology observed in Huntington’s disease. Here we show that although homozygous HdhQ150 knock-in mice developed motor impairments (rotarod, locomotor activity, grip strength) by 36 weeks of age, cognitive dysfunction (swimming T maze, fear conditioning, odor discrimination, social interaction) was not evident by 94 weeks. Concomitant to behavioral assessments, T2-weighted MRI volume measurements indicated...

Data from: Glutamate receptor delta2 serum antibodies in paediatric opsoclonus myoclonus ataxia syndrome

Georgina Berridge, David A Menassa, Teresa Moloney, Patrick J Waters, Imogen Welding, Selina Thomsen, Sameer Zuberi, Roman Fischer, A. Radu Aricescu, Michael Pike, Russell C Dale, Benedikt Kessler, Angela Vincent, Ming Lim, Sarosh R Irani & Bethan Lang
Objective: To identify neuronal surface antibodies in opsoclonus myoclonus ataxia syndrome (OMAS) usingcontemporary antigen discovery methodology. Methods: OMAS patient serum IgG immunohistochemistry using age-equivalent rat cerebellar tissue was followed by immunoprecipitation, gel electrophoresis and mass spectrometry. Data are available via ProteomeXchange (identifier PXD009578). This generated a list of potential neuronal surface cerebellar autoantigens. Live cell-based assays (CBA) were used to confirm membrane-surface antigens and adsorb antigen-specific IgGs. The serological results were compared to the clinical...

Data from: Analysis of a panel of 48 cytokines in BAL fluids specifically identifies IL-8 levels as the only cytokine that distinguishes controlled asthma from uncontrolled asthma, and correlates inversely with FEV1

Koa Hosoki, Sun Ying, Christopher Corrigan, Huibin Qi, Alexander Kurosky, Kristofer Jennings, Qian Sun, Istvan Boldogh & Sanjiv Sur
We sought to identify cells and cytokines in bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) fluids that distinguish asthma from healthy control subjects and those that distinguish controlled asthma from uncontrolled asthma. Following informed consent, 36 human subjects were recruited for this study. These included 11 healthy control subjects, 15 subjects with controlled asthma with FEV1≥80% predicted and 10 subjects with uncontrolled asthma with FEV1 <80% predicted. BAL fluid was obtained from all subjects. The numbers of different cell...

Data from: Fire evolution in the radioactive forests of Ukraine and Belarus: future risks for the population and the environment

Nikolaos Evangeliou, Yves Balkanski, Anne Cozic, Wei Min Hao, Florent Mouillot, Kirsten Thonicke, Ronan Paugam, Sergey Zibtsev, Timothy A. Mousseau, Rong Wang, Benjamin Poulter, Alex Petkov, Chao Yue, Patricia Cadule, Brigitte Koffi, Johannes W. Kaiser & Anders Pape Møller
This paper analyzes the current and future status of forests in Ukraine and Belarus that were contaminated after the nuclear disaster in 1986. Using several models, together with remote sensing data and observations, we studied how climate change in these forests may affect fire regimes. We investigated the possibility of 137Cs displacement over Europe by studying previous fire events, and examined three fire scenarios that depended on different emission altitudes of 137Cs, assuming that 10%...

Global ammonia emissions from seabirds

S.N. Riddick, U. Dragosits, T.D. Blackall, F. Daunt, S. Wanless & M.A. Sutton
The dataset contains three modelled estimates of global ammonia emissions from seabird colonies, at a spatial resolution of 0.1 degrees latitude/longitude. The model estimates were derived with a) detailed global seabird population data collated from a large number of sources (data sources date from 1980-2010 for different parts of the world) b) climate data (source: High-resolution Gridded Datasets, Climatic Research Unit, University of East Anglia, UK. http://www.cru.uea.ac.uk/cru/data/hrg/ last updated by Harris, I. (2007), date: 1995)...

Data from: Chemo-mechanical characterisation of carious dentine using Raman microscopy and Knoop microhardness

Mohammed Alturki, Garrit Koller, Ulrica Almhöjd & Avijit Banerjee
One of the aims in the clinical operative management of dental carious lesions is to remove selectively, the highly infected and structurally denatured dentine tissue, while retaining the deeper, repairable affected and intact, healthy tissues for long-term mechanical strength. The present study examined the correlation of chemical functional groups and the microhardness through the different depths of a carious lesion using Raman spectroscopy and Knoop microhardness testing. The null hypothesis investigated was that there was...

Subjective sleep quality and sleep architecture in patients with migraine: a meta-analysis

Emily Stanyer, Hannah Creeney, Jan Hoffmann, Alexander Nesbitt, Philip Holland & Jan Hoffmann
Objectives: Sleep disturbance is often associated with migraine. However, there is a paucity of research investigating objective and subjective measures of sleep in migraine patients. This meta-analysis aims to determine whether there are differences in subjective sleep quality measured using the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), and objective sleep physiology measured using polysomnography between adult and pediatric patients, and healthy controls. Methods: This review was pre-registered on PROSPERO (CRD42020209325). A systematic search of five databases...

Imaging mass cytometry data: Head and neck squamous cell carcinoma tissue section

Jessica Timms, James Opzoomer, Kevin Blighe, Thanos Mourikis, Nicolas Chapuis, Richard Bekoe, Sedigeh Kareemaghay, Paola Nocerino, Mahvash Tavassoli, Claire Harrison, Francesca Ciccarelli, Peter Parker, James Arnold, Benedetta Apollonio, Alan Ramsay, Michaela Fontenay, Paul Barber, James Arnold & Shahram Kordasti
High dimensional cytometry is an innovative tool for immune monitoring in health and disease, it has provided novel insight into the underlying biology as well as biomarkers for a variety of diseases. However, the analysis of multiparametric “big data” usually requires specialist computational knowledge. Here we describe ImmunoCluster (https://github.com/kordastilab/ImmunoCluster) an R package for immune profiling cellular heterogeneity in high dimensional liquid and imaging mass cytometry, and flow cytometry data, designed to facilitate computational analysis by...

Data from: Identification of genes important for cutaneous function revealed by a large scale reverse genetic screen in the mouse

Tia DiTommaso, Lynelle K. Jones, Denny L. Cottle, The WTSI Mouse Genetics Program, Anna-Karin Gerdin, Valerie E. Vancollie, Fiona M. Watt, Ramiro Ramirez-Solis, Allan Bradley, Karen P. Steel, John P. Sundberg, Jacqueline K. White, Ian Smyth & Ian M. Smyth
The skin is a highly regenerative organ which plays critical roles in protecting the body and sensing its environment. Consequently, morbidity and mortality associated with skin defects represent a significant health issue. To identify genes important in skin development and homeostasis, we have applied a high throughput, multi-parameter phenotype screen to the conditional targeted mutant mice generated by the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute's Mouse Genetics Project (Sanger-MGP). A total of 562 different mouse lines were...

Data from: Variant at serotonin transporter gene predicts increased imitation in toddlers: relevance to the human capacity for cumulative culture

Kari Britt Schroeder, Philip Asherson, Peter R. Blake, Susan K. Fenstermacher & Kimberly J. Saudino
Cumulative culture ostensibly arises from a set of sociocognitive processes which includes high-fidelity production imitation, prosociality and group identification. The latter processes are facilitated by unconscious imitation or social mimicry. The proximate mechanisms of individual variation in imitation may thus shed light on the evolutionary history of the human capacity for cumulative culture. In humans, a genetic component to variation in the propensity for imitation is likely. A functional length polymorphism in the serotonin transporter...

Cucurbit[7]uril as a Supramolecular Artificial Enzyme for Diels-Alder Reactions

Aniello Palma, Markus Artelsmair, Guanglu Wu, Xiaoyong Lu, Steven J. Barrow, Najib Uddin, Edina Rosta, Eric Masson & Oren Scherman
Copycat.: Cucurbit[7]uril (CB[7]) is able to catalyse DielsâAlder reactions for substituted and otherwise unreactive N-allyl-2-furfurylamines, thus imitating the role of a DielsâAlderase enzyme. Desp...

Air Pollution datasets in megacities for a road increment of particulate matter

Roy Harrison & Tuan Vu
Data sets for major air pollutants (PM2.5, PM10, NO2, NOx) in London, Paris, Berlin, Beijing, Hongkong during 2014-2018.

Online Appendix: Stakeholder Engagement Strategies, National Institutions, and Firm Performance: A Configurational Perspective

Kamini Gupta, Donal Crilly & Thomas Greckhamer
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Data from: Decreased brain connectivity in smoking contrasts with increased connectivity in drinking

Wei Cheng, Edmund T. Rolls, Trevor W. Robbins, Weikang Gong, Zhaowen Liu, Wujun Lv, Jingnan Du, Hongkai Wen, Liang Ma, Erin Burke Quinlan, Hugh Garavan, Eric Artiges, Dimitri Papadopoulos Orfanos, Michael N. Smolka, Gunter Schumann, Keith Kendrick & Jianfeng Feng
In a group of 831 participants from the general population in the Human Connectome Project, smokers exhibited low overall functional connectivity, and more specifically of the lateral orbitofrontal cortex which is associated with non-reward mechanisms, the adjacent inferior frontal gyrus, and the precuneus. Participants who drank a high amount had overall increases in resting state functional connectivity, and specific increases in reward-related systems including the medial orbitofrontal cortex and the cingulate cortex. Increased impulsivity was...

Data from: In vivo dynamics of skeletal muscle Dystrophin in zebrafish embryos revealed by improved FRAP analysis

Fernanda Bajanca, Vinicio Gonzalez-Perez, Sean J. Gillespie, Cyriaque Beley, Luis Garcia, Eric Theveneau, Richard P. Sear & Simon M. Hughes
Dystrophin forms an essential link between sarcolemma and cytoskeleton, perturbation of which causes muscular dystrophy. We analysed Dystrophin binding dynamics in vivo for the first time. Within maturing fibres of host zebrafish embryos, our analysis reveals a pool of diffusible Dystrophin and complexes bound at the fibre membrane. Combining modelling, an improved FRAP methodology and direct semi-quantitative analysis of bleaching suggests the existence of two membrane-bound Dystrophin populations with widely differing bound lifetimes: a stable,...

Data from: A case-by-case analysis of four imprinted retrogenes

Ruth B McCole, Noeleen B Loughran, Mandeep Chahal, Luis P Fernandes, Roland G Roberts, Franca Fraternali, Mary J O'Connell & Rebecca J Oakey
Retroposition is a widespread phenomenon resulting in the generation of new genes that are initially related to a parent gene via very high coding sequence similarity. We examine the evolutionary fate of four retrogenes generated by such an event; mouse Inpp5f_v2, Mcts2, Nap1l5, and U2af1-rs1. These genes are all subject to the epigenetic phenomenon of parental imprinting. We first provide new data on the age of these retrogene insertions. Using codon-based models of sequence evolution,...

Data from: Short-term and medium-term survival of critically ill patients with solid tumours admitted to the intensive care unit: a retrospective analysis

Richard Fisher, Carole Dangoisse, Siobhan Crichton, Craig Whiteley, Luigi Camporota, Richard Beale & Marlies Ostermann
Objectives: Patients with cancer frequently require unplanned admission to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Our objectives were to assess hospital and 180-day mortality in patients with a non-haematological malignancy and unplanned ICU admission, and to identify which factors present on admission were the best predictors of mortality. Design: Retrospective review of all patients with a diagnosis of solid tumours following unplanned admission to the ICU between 1st August 2008 and 31st July 2012. Setting: Single...

Data from: Ecosystem services provided by bromeliad plants: a systematic review

Geraldine Ladino, Fabiola Ospina-Bautista, Jaime Estévez Varón, Lucie Jerabkova & Pavel Kratina
The unprecedented loss of biological diversity has negative impacts on ecosystems and the associated benefits which they provide to humans. Bromeliads have high diversity throughout the Neotropics, but they have been negatively affected by habitat loss and fragmentation, climate change, herbivorous species invasions, and they are also being commercialized for ornamental use. These plants provide direct benefits to the human society and they also form micro ecosystems in which accumulated water and nutrients support the...

Data from: Brain myo-inositol as a potential marker of amyloid-related pathology: a longitudinal study.

Olga Voevodskaya, Konstantinos Poulakis, Pia Sundgren, Danielle Van Westen, Sebastian Palmqvist, Lars Olof Wahlund, Erik Stomrud, Oskar Hansson & Eric Westman
Objective: To investigate the association between longitudinal changes in proton magnetic spectroscopy (MRS) metabolites and amyloid pathology in non-demented individuals; to explore the relationship between MRS and cognitive decline. Methods: In this longitudinal multiple time point study (a subset of the Swedish BioFINDER) we included cognitively healthy participants, individuals with subjective cognitive decline and mild cognitive impairment (MCI). MRS was acquired serially in 294 participants (670 individual spectra) from the posterior cingulate/precuneus. Using mixed-effects models,...

One-year sustained efficacy of erenumab in episodic migraine: Results of the STRIVE study - supplementary data

Peter Goadsby
Objective: To assess efficacy and tolerability of 1-year erenumab treatment in patients with episodic migraine. Methods: Patients were randomized (n=955; 1:1:1) during the 24-week double-blind treatment phase (DBTP) to monthly subcutaneous placebo, erenumab 70 or 140mg. At Week 24, 845 patients were re-randomized (1:1) to erenumab 70 or 140mg during the 28-week dose-blinded active-treatment phase (ATP). Monthly migraine days (MMD), achieving ≥50%, ≥75% and 100% reduction in MMD, and safety/tolerability were assessed. Results: Mean MMD...

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