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Larval dispersal patterns and connectivity of Acropora on Florida’s Coral Reef and its implications for restoration

Samantha King, Antoine Saint-Amand, Brian K. Walker, Emmanuel Hanert & Joana Figueiredo
Since the 1980s, populations of Acropora cervicornis and A. palmata have experienced severe declines due to disease and anthropogenic stressors; resulting in their listing as threatened, and their need for restoration. In this study, larval survival and competency data were collected and used to calibrate a very high-resolution hydrodynamic model (up to 100m) to determine the dispersal patterns of Acropora species along the Florida’s Coral Reef. The resulting connectivity matrices was incorporated into a metapopulation...

Additional file 4 of Blood transcriptomics to facilitate diagnosis and stratification in pediatric rheumatic diseases – a proof of concept study

My Kieu Ha, Esther Bartholomeus, Luc Van Os, Julie Dandelooy, Julie Leysen, Olivier Aerts, Vasiliki Siozopoulou, Eline De Smet, Jan Gielen, Khadija Guerti, Michel De Maeseneer, Nele Herregods, Bouchra Lechkar, Ruth Wittoek, Elke Geens, Laura Claes, Mahmoud Zaqout, Wendy Dewals, Annelies Lemay, David Tuerlinckx, David Weynants, Koen Vanlede, Gerlant van Berlaer, Marc Raes, Helene Verhelst … & Benson Ogunjimi
Supplementary Material 4

Additional file 5 of Blood transcriptomics to facilitate diagnosis and stratification in pediatric rheumatic diseases – a proof of concept study

My Kieu Ha, Esther Bartholomeus, Luc Van Os, Julie Dandelooy, Julie Leysen, Olivier Aerts, Vasiliki Siozopoulou, Eline De Smet, Jan Gielen, Khadija Guerti, Michel De Maeseneer, Nele Herregods, Bouchra Lechkar, Ruth Wittoek, Elke Geens, Laura Claes, Mahmoud Zaqout, Wendy Dewals, Annelies Lemay, David Tuerlinckx, David Weynants, Koen Vanlede, Gerlant van Berlaer, Marc Raes, Helene Verhelst … & Benson Ogunjimi
Supplementary Material 5

Additional file 2 of Blood transcriptomics to facilitate diagnosis and stratification in pediatric rheumatic diseases – a proof of concept study

My Kieu Ha, Esther Bartholomeus, Luc Van Os, Julie Dandelooy, Julie Leysen, Olivier Aerts, Vasiliki Siozopoulou, Eline De Smet, Jan Gielen, Khadija Guerti, Michel De Maeseneer, Nele Herregods, Bouchra Lechkar, Ruth Wittoek, Elke Geens, Laura Claes, Mahmoud Zaqout, Wendy Dewals, Annelies Lemay, David Tuerlinckx, David Weynants, Koen Vanlede, Gerlant van Berlaer, Marc Raes, Helene Verhelst … & Benson Ogunjimi
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Additional file 4 of Blood transcriptomics to facilitate diagnosis and stratification in pediatric rheumatic diseases – a proof of concept study

My Kieu Ha, Esther Bartholomeus, Luc Van Os, Julie Dandelooy, Julie Leysen, Olivier Aerts, Vasiliki Siozopoulou, Eline De Smet, Jan Gielen, Khadija Guerti, Michel De Maeseneer, Nele Herregods, Bouchra Lechkar, Ruth Wittoek, Elke Geens, Laura Claes, Mahmoud Zaqout, Wendy Dewals, Annelies Lemay, David Tuerlinckx, David Weynants, Koen Vanlede, Gerlant van Berlaer, Marc Raes, Helene Verhelst … & Benson Ogunjimi
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Supplementary Table 2: RT-qPCR primer sequences for the targeted mouse genes. Item

Francesco Suriano, Sara Vieira-Silva, Gwen Falony, Alice de Wouters d'Oplinter, Paola Paone, Nathalie M. Delzenne, Amandine Everard, jeroen raes, Matthias Van Hul & Patrice D. Cani
RT-qPCR primer sequences for the targeted mouse genes.

Supplementary Table 2: RT-qPCR primer sequences for the targeted mouse genes. Item

Francesco Suriano, Sara Vieira-Silva, Gwen Falony, Alice de Wouters d'Oplinter, Paola Paone, Nathalie M. Delzenne, Amandine Everard, jeroen raes, Matthias Van Hul & Patrice D. Cani
RT-qPCR primer sequences for the targeted mouse genes.

Reward-dependent selection of feedback gains impact rapid motor decisions

Antoine De Comite, Frédéric Crevecoeur & Philippe Lefèvre
Target reward influences motor planning strategies through modulation of movement vigor. Considering current theories of sensorimotor control suggesting that movement planning consists in selecting a goal-directed control strategy, we sought to investigate the influence of reward on feedback control. Here we explored this question in three human reaching experiments. First, we altered the explicit reward associated with the goal target and found an overall increase in feedback gains for higher target rewards, highlighted by larger...

Data from: A shared numerical magnitude representation evidenced by the distance effect in frequency-tagging EEG

Cathy Marlair, Virginie Crollen & Aliette Lochy
Humans can effortlessly abstract numerical information from various codes and contexts. However, whether the access to the underlying magnitude information relies on common or distinct brain representations remains highly debated. Here, we recorded electrophysiological responses to periodic variation of numerosity (every five items) occurring in rapid streams of numbers presented at 6Hz in randomly varying codes – Arabic digits, number words, canonical dot patterns and finger configurations. Results demonstrated that numerical information was abstracted and...

Additional file 2 of Blood transcriptomics to facilitate diagnosis and stratification in pediatric rheumatic diseases – a proof of concept study

My Kieu Ha, Esther Bartholomeus, Luc Van Os, Julie Dandelooy, Julie Leysen, Olivier Aerts, Vasiliki Siozopoulou, Eline De Smet, Jan Gielen, Khadija Guerti, Michel De Maeseneer, Nele Herregods, Bouchra Lechkar, Ruth Wittoek, Elke Geens, Laura Claes, Mahmoud Zaqout, Wendy Dewals, Annelies Lemay, David Tuerlinckx, David Weynants, Koen Vanlede, Gerlant van Berlaer, Marc Raes, Helene Verhelst … & Benson Ogunjimi
Supplementary Material 2

Additional file 3 of Blood transcriptomics to facilitate diagnosis and stratification in pediatric rheumatic diseases – a proof of concept study

My Kieu Ha, Esther Bartholomeus, Luc Van Os, Julie Dandelooy, Julie Leysen, Olivier Aerts, Vasiliki Siozopoulou, Eline De Smet, Jan Gielen, Khadija Guerti, Michel De Maeseneer, Nele Herregods, Bouchra Lechkar, Ruth Wittoek, Elke Geens, Laura Claes, Mahmoud Zaqout, Wendy Dewals, Annelies Lemay, David Tuerlinckx, David Weynants, Koen Vanlede, Gerlant van Berlaer, Marc Raes, Helene Verhelst … & Benson Ogunjimi
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Cross-biome synthesis of source versus sink limits to tree growth

Antoine Cabon, Steven A. Kannenberg, Flurin Babst, Dennis Baldocchi, Soumaya Belmecheri, Nicolas Delpierre, Rossella Guerrieri, Justin Maxwell, Shawn McKenzie, Chritoforos Pappas, Adrian Rocha, Paul Szejner, Masahito Ueyama, Danielle Ulrich, Caroline Vincke, Jingshu Wei, David Woodruff, Altaf Arain, Rick Meinzer, David J. P. Moore, Steven L. Voelker, William R. L. Anderegg & Frederick C. Meinzer
Uncertainties surrounding tree carbon allocation to growth are a major limitation to projections of forest carbon sequestration and response to climate change. The prevalence and extent to which carbon assimilation (source) or cambial activity (sink) mediate wood production are fundamentally important and remain elusive. We quantified source-sink relations across biomes by combining eddy-covariance gross primary production with extensive on-site and regional tree ring observations. We found widespread temporal decoupling between carbon assimilation and tree growth,...

Additional file 6 of Blood transcriptomics to facilitate diagnosis and stratification in pediatric rheumatic diseases – a proof of concept study

My Kieu Ha, Esther Bartholomeus, Luc Van Os, Julie Dandelooy, Julie Leysen, Olivier Aerts, Vasiliki Siozopoulou, Eline De Smet, Jan Gielen, Khadija Guerti, Michel De Maeseneer, Nele Herregods, Bouchra Lechkar, Ruth Wittoek, Elke Geens, Laura Claes, Mahmoud Zaqout, Wendy Dewals, Annelies Lemay, David Tuerlinckx, David Weynants, Koen Vanlede, Gerlant van Berlaer, Marc Raes, Helene Verhelst … & Benson Ogunjimi
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Additional file 5 of Blood transcriptomics to facilitate diagnosis and stratification in pediatric rheumatic diseases – a proof of concept study

My Kieu Ha, Esther Bartholomeus, Luc Van Os, Julie Dandelooy, Julie Leysen, Olivier Aerts, Vasiliki Siozopoulou, Eline De Smet, Jan Gielen, Khadija Guerti, Michel De Maeseneer, Nele Herregods, Bouchra Lechkar, Ruth Wittoek, Elke Geens, Laura Claes, Mahmoud Zaqout, Wendy Dewals, Annelies Lemay, David Tuerlinckx, David Weynants, Koen Vanlede, Gerlant van Berlaer, Marc Raes, Helene Verhelst … & Benson Ogunjimi
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Exposure to elevated temperature during development affects bumblebee foraging behavior

Maxence Gérard, Bérénice Cariou, Maxime Henrion, Charlotte Descamps & Emily Baird
Bee foraging behavior provides a pollination service that has both ecological and economic benefits. However, bee population decline could directly affect the efficiency of this interaction. Among the drivers of this decline, global warming has been implicated as an emerging threat but exactly how increasing temperatures affect bee foraging behavior remains unexplored. Here, we assessed how exposure to elevated temperatures during development affects the foraging behavior and morphology of workers from commercial and wild Bombus...

Additional file 2 of Evaluating methodological approaches to assess the severity of infection with SARS-CoV-2 variants: scoping review and applications on Belgian COVID-19 data

Marjan Meurisse, Herman Van Oyen, Koen Blot, Lucy Catteau, Ben Serrien, Sofieke Klamer, Emilie Cauët, Annie Robert & Nina Van Goethem
Additional file 2. Data extraction form.

Additional file 3 of Blood transcriptomics to facilitate diagnosis and stratification in pediatric rheumatic diseases – a proof of concept study

My Kieu Ha, Esther Bartholomeus, Luc Van Os, Julie Dandelooy, Julie Leysen, Olivier Aerts, Vasiliki Siozopoulou, Eline De Smet, Jan Gielen, Khadija Guerti, Michel De Maeseneer, Nele Herregods, Bouchra Lechkar, Ruth Wittoek, Elke Geens, Laura Claes, Mahmoud Zaqout, Wendy Dewals, Annelies Lemay, David Tuerlinckx, David Weynants, Koen Vanlede, Gerlant van Berlaer, Marc Raes, Helene Verhelst … & Benson Ogunjimi
Supplementary Material 3

Additional file 6 of Blood transcriptomics to facilitate diagnosis and stratification in pediatric rheumatic diseases – a proof of concept study

My Kieu Ha, Esther Bartholomeus, Luc Van Os, Julie Dandelooy, Julie Leysen, Olivier Aerts, Vasiliki Siozopoulou, Eline De Smet, Jan Gielen, Khadija Guerti, Michel De Maeseneer, Nele Herregods, Bouchra Lechkar, Ruth Wittoek, Elke Geens, Laura Claes, Mahmoud Zaqout, Wendy Dewals, Annelies Lemay, David Tuerlinckx, David Weynants, Koen Vanlede, Gerlant van Berlaer, Marc Raes, Helene Verhelst … & Benson Ogunjimi
Supplementary Material 6

Separability of human motor memories during reaching adaptation with force cues

Frederic Crevecoeur, James Mathew & Philippe Lefèvre
Judging by the breadth of our motor repertoire during daily activities, it is clear that learning different tasks is a hallmark of the human motor system. However, for reaching adaptation to different force fields, the conditions under which this is possible in laboratory settings have remained a challenging question. Previous work has shown that independent movement representations or goals enabled dual adaptation. Considering the importance of force feedback during limb control, here we hypothesised that...

Warmer temperatures result in maladaptive learning of sexual preferences

Marie-Jeanne Holveck, Doriane Muller, Bertanne Visser, Arthur Timmermans, Lidwine Colonval, Fabrice Jan, Michel Crucifix & Caroline Nieberding
1. The impact of learning ability and sexual selection on the climate and biodiversity crisis is currently unclear. 2. Using the African butterfly Bicyclus anynana, which shows strong phenotypic plasticity (i.e., polyphenism) in response to temperature, we tested whether learning affects mate preferences under climate warming. 3. We first modelled climate warming scenarios and then showed experimentally that as temperature becomes an unreliable cue to the onset of the dry season, adult butterflies displayed the...

Shifts in dominance and complementarity between sessile oak and beech along ecological gradients

Kristoffel Jacobs, Mathieu Jonard, Bart Muys & Quentin Ponette
Whether tree species benefit from growing in a mixed forest depends on the relative importance of positive versus negative interactions, which varies according to abiotic conditions. In mixture with sessile oak (Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl.), European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) is often competitively dominant. Sessile oak, however, is more resistant to water deficit stress. Under water-limiting conditions, facilitation or even competition exerted by oak may gain in importance. We investigated the relative importance of dominance...

Emerging stability of forest productivity by mixing two species buffers temperature destabilizing effect

Miren Del Rio, Ricardo Ruiz‐Peinado, Stig‐Olof Holm, Aris Jansons, Thomas Nord‐Larsen, Kris Verheyen, Andrés Bravo‐Oviedo, Hans Pretzsch, Ricardo Ruiz-Peinado, Hervé Jactel, Lluís Coll, Magnus Löf, Jorge Aldea, Christian Ammer, Admir Avdagić, Ignacio Barbeito, Kamil Bielak, Felipe Bravo, Gediminas Brazaitis, Jakub Cerný, Catherine Collet, Sonia Condés, Lars Drössler, Marek Fabrika, Michael Heym … & Andrés Bravo-Oviedo
The increasing disturbances in monocultures around the world are testimony to their instability under global change. Many studies have claimed that temporal stability of productivity increase with species richness, although the ecological fundaments have mainly been investigated through diversity experiments. To adequately manage forest ecosystems, it is necessary to have a comprehensive understanding of the effect of mixing species on the temporal stability of productivity and the way in which this it is influenced by...

Additional file 2 of Evaluating methodological approaches to assess the severity of infection with SARS-CoV-2 variants: scoping review and applications on Belgian COVID-19 data

Marjan Meurisse, Herman Van Oyen, Koen Blot, Lucy Catteau, Ben Serrien, Sofieke Klamer, Emilie Cauët, Annie Robert & Nina Van Goethem
Additional file 2. Data extraction form.

Back-Side SEM Images and Respective Modified GDSII Chip Designs

Endres Puschner, Thorben Moos, Steffen Becker, Christian Kison, Amir Moradi & Christof Paar
This data set consists of backside scanning electron microscope (SEM) images of four different CMOS integrated circuits (90nm, 65nm, 40nm and 28nm technologies) recorded for this study. The images are tiled with a 10% overlap and arranged in a grid according to their respective file names (Tile_001-YYY-XXX-[...].tif). More precise coordinates generated by stitching can be found in the file "stitching.zip" which is included in the data set, as well as in the corresponding GitHub repository....

Registration Year

  • 2022
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  • Dataset
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Affiliations

  • Université Catholique de Louvain
    24
  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel
    10
  • University of Antwerp
    10
  • Jessa Hospital
    10
  • Ghent University Hospital
    10
  • Antwerp University Hospital
    10
  • Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel
    10
  • University of Namur
    10
  • Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp
    10
  • Ghent University
    3