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Data for \"Correlation-induced magnetism in substrate-supported 2D metal-organic frameworks\"

Bernard Field, Agustin Schiffrin & Nikhil Medhekar
Data and scripts used to produce the figures and results in Field, B., Schiffrin, A. & Medhekar, N.V. "Correlation-induced magnetism in substraye-supported 2D metal-organic frameworks". npj Comput Mater 8, 227 (2022). Further details are contained in the README.txt file within the zip folder. The provided Python code is shared under a GNU GPL license (details within).

A review of existing and potential blue carbon contributions to climate change mitigation in the Anthropocene

Guang Gao, John Beardall, Peng Jin, Lin Gao, Shuyu Xie & Kunshan Gao
The atmosphere concentration of CO2 is steadily increasing and causing climate change. To achieve the Paris 1.5 or 2 oC target, negative emissions technologies must be deployed in addition to reducing carbon emissions. The ocean is a large carbon sink but the potential of marine primary producers to contribute to carbon neutrality remains unclear. Here we review the alterations to carbon capture and sequestration of marine primary producers (including traditional ‘blue carbon’ plants, microalgae, and...

Long non-coding RNA PCAT1 drives clear cell renal cell carcinoma by upregulating YAP via sponging miR-656 and miR-539

Rui Wang, Bin Zheng, Hongyan Liu & Xiuxian Wan
Clear cell renal cell carcinoma (ccRCC) is the most common RCC subtype with high metastasis, poor prognosis and conventional chemotherapy resistance. Prostate cancer associated transcript 1 (PCAT1) is an important lncRNA that was reported to be involved in cell proliferation, migration and invasion of several types of cancer cells. However, its role in ccRCC is still undetermined. This study found that PCAT1 levels were elevated in ccRCC tumors as well as several ccRCC cells, and...

Metabolic and demographic data from the LTEE

Dustin Marshall
These data are the metabolic data and demographic data underlying the paper, "Long-term experimental evolution decouples size and production costs in Escherichia coli".

Environmental variation and biotic interactions limit adaptation at ecological margins: lessons from rainforest Drosophila and European butterflies

Eleanor K. O'Brien, Greg M. Walter & Jon Bridle
Models of local adaptation to spatially varying selection predict that maximum rates of evolution are determined by the interaction between increased adaptive potential owing to increased genetic variation, and the cost genetic variation brings by reducing population fitness. We discuss existing and new results from our laboratory assays and field transplants of rainforest Drosophila and UK butterflies along environmental gradients, which try to test these predictions in natural populations. Our data suggest that: (i) local...

Data for \"Correlation-induced magnetism in substrate-supported 2D metal-organic frameworks\"

Bernard Field, Agustin Schiffrin & Nikhil Medhekar
Data and scripts used to produce the figures and results in Field, B., Schiffrin, A. & Medhekar, N.V. "Correlation-induced magnetism in substraye-supported 2D metal-organic frameworks". npj Comput Mater 8, 227 (2022). Further details are contained in the README.txt file within the zip folder. The provided Python code is shared under a GNU GPL license (details within).

Additional file 1 of Proteomic analysis implicates that postovulatory aging leads to aberrant gene expression, biosynthesis, RNA metabolism and cell cycle in mouse oocytes

Chuanxin Zhang, Xueqi Dong, Xinyi Yuan, Jinzhu Song, Jiawei Wang, Boyang Liu & Keliang Wu
Supplementary Material 1: Table S1. Detail information of all MS identified proteins and peptides.

Additional file 1 of Periosteum coverage versus collagen-membrane coverage in periodontally accelerated osteogenic orthodontics: a randomized controlled clinical trial in Class II and Class III malocclusions

Zhigui Ma, Yan Zhu, Yining Zhan, Yufan Zhang, Ahmed Abdelrehem, Bian Wang & Chi Yang
Additional file 1. Basic patient information and dehiscence and fenestration data.

Additional file 2 of Identification of a necroptosis-related prognostic gene signature associated with tumor immune microenvironment in cervical carcinoma and experimental verification

Kai Sun, Cheng Huang, Jing-zhang Li & Zhan-xiong Luo
Additional file 2: Table S2. 159 NRGs from KEGG in CESC. Abbreviations: CESC, Cervical squamous cell carcinoma and endocervical adenocarcinoma.

Additional file 2 of Identification of a necroptosis-related prognostic gene signature associated with tumor immune microenvironment in cervical carcinoma and experimental verification

Kai Sun, Cheng Huang, Jing-zhang Li & Zhan-xiong Luo
Additional file 2: Table S2. 159 NRGs from KEGG in CESC. Abbreviations: CESC, Cervical squamous cell carcinoma and endocervical adenocarcinoma.

Raw data outputs 1-18

Abbas Salavaty Hosein Abadi, Sara Alaei, Mirana Ramialison & Peter Currie
Raw data outputs 1-18 Raw data output 1. Differentially expressed genes in AML CSCs compared with GTCs as well as in TCGA AML cancer samples compared with normal ones. This data was generated based on the results of AML microarray and TCGA data analysis. Raw data output 2. Commonly and uniquely differentially expressed genes in AML CSC/GTC microarray and TCGA bulk RNA-seq datasets. This data was generated based on the results of AML microarray and...

Evaluation of statistical methods used to meta-analyse results from interrupted time series studies: a simulation study - Code and Data

Elizabeth Korevaar, Simon Turner, Andrew Forbes, AMALIA KARAHALIOS, Monica Taljaard & Joanne McKenzie
The datasets containing simulation performance results during the current study, in addition to the code to replicate the simulation study in its entirety, are available here. See the README file for a description the Stata do-files, R-script files, tips to run the code, and the performance result dataset dictionaries.

ASPREE Genome-wide SNP Genotyping Dataset

Paul Lacaze & John McNeill
ASPirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly (ASPREE) is a clinical trial and longitudinal study of healthy ageing, involving 16,703 Australians aged over 70 years and 2,411 Americans aged over 65 enrolled. The primary ASPREE trial has received >$60M in NIH funding since 2012. Each ASPREE participants’ health is tracked longitudinally through extensive phenotyping and collection of clinical outcome data. The ASPREE Healthy Ageing Biobank is an associated biorepository of blood, saliva and urine samples...

Methods for synthesis when meta-analysis is not used: data file: Cumpston_et_al_2022_other_synthesis_methods.xlsx

Miranda Cumpston, Sue Brennan, Joanne McKenzie & Rebecca Ryan
This file includes the data extracted and coded from systematic reviews included in the paper: "Cumpston MS, Brennan SE, Ryan R, McKenzie JE. 2022. Methods for synthesis when meta-analysis is not used: a survey of current practice in systematic reviews of public health and health systems interventions."
Associated files: 1. Methods for synthesis when meta-analysis is not used: Data dictionary (https://doi.org/10.26180/20785948) 2. Methods for synthesis when meta-analysis is not used: Stata code: Cumpston_et_al_2022_other_synthesis_methods 220902.do...

Data and R code from Farquhar et al Biological Conservation. Capturing uncatalogued distribution records to improve conservation assessments of Data Deficient species: a case study using the glossy grass skink.

Jules Farquhar, Amelia Carlesso, Nicholas Gale & David Chapple
These files include the environmental variables (as a single NC file, generated with the R script), occurrence data (both the complete dataset and the geographically thinned dataset) and the R script of the analysis used for the paper: Farquhar et al Biological Conservation. Capturing uncatalogued distribution records to improve conservation assessments of Data Deficient species: a case study using the glossy grass skink.

Phylogenetic and environmental patterns of sex-differentiation in physiological traits across Drosophila species

Vanessa Kellermann
Sex-based differences in physiological traits may be influenced by both evolutionary and environmental factors. Here we used male and female flies from >80 Drosophila species reared under common conditions to examine variance in a number of physiological traits including size, starvation, desiccation and thermal tolerance. Sex-based differences for desiccation and starvation resistance were comparable in magnitude to those for size, with females tending to be relatively more resistant than males. In contrast thermal resistance showed...

Additional file 5 of Carbohydrates and ginsenosides in shenmai injection jointly improve hematopoietic function during chemotherapy-induced myelosuppression in mice

Shiyu Zhang, Yinxiao Mi, Tingting Ye, Xiaoyan Lu, Li Liu, Jing Qian & Xiaohui Fan
Additional file 5: Table S2. DEGs in Model, S+Rg, S, and Rg groups.

Additional file 6 of Carbohydrates and ginsenosides in shenmai injection jointly improve hematopoietic function during chemotherapy-induced myelosuppression in mice

Shiyu Zhang, Yinxiao Mi, Tingting Ye, Xiaoyan Lu, Li Liu, Jing Qian & Xiaohui Fan
Additional file 6: Table S3. Co-regulated DEGs among the three-treatment group and Model group.

Aspirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly eXTension (ASPREE-XT)

Kerry McClean, Joanne Ryan, John McNeil, Anne Murray & Andrew Chan
ASPREE (ASPirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly) was a joint US/Australian randomized clinical trial aiming to determine whether low-dose aspirin increases healthy life-span, defined as survival free of dementia and disability. ASPREE began in 2010 and completed recruitment in 2014. It was a randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled, primary prevention trial of daily 100 mg of aspirin in older people free of cardiovascular disease, dementia and physical disability in the United States (US) and Australia...

Aspirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly eXTension (ASPREE-XT)

Joanne Ryan, John McNeil, Anne Murray & Andrew Chan
ASPREE (ASPirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly) was a joint US/Australian randomized clinical trial aiming to determine whether low-dose aspirin increases healthy life-span, defined as survival free of dementia and disability. ASPREE began in 2010 and completed recruitment in 2014. It was a randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled, primary prevention trial of daily 100 mg of aspirin in older people free of cardiovascular disease, dementia and physical disability in the United States (US) and Australia...

Assessing the role of family-level variation and heat shock gene expression in the thermal stress response of the mosquito Aedes aegypti

Fhallon Ware-Gilmore, Mario Novelo Canto, CARLA SGRO, Matthew Hall & Elizabeth McGraw
2 types of data. The first is knock down or thermal performance data for a set of mosqutioes in a full sib breeding design. The second is heat shock gene expression in the same families and a control.

Diamonds, dunites and metasomatic rocks formed by melt/rock reactions in cratonic roots

Jeremy Wykes & Zsanett Pinter
Data to support the paper. Identical to the supplement.

Additional file 1 of Computation and molecular pharmacology to trace the anti-rheumatoid activity of Angelicae Pubescentis Radix

Junhao Zhang, Rui Wang, Xiao Liang, Hao Tian Bai, Ya Lan Li, Shuhui Sun, Qianqian Zhang & Jing Yang
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Original picture of protein expression level.

sj-xlsx-1-jmh-10.1177_15579883221134753 – Supplemental material for Analyzing the Clinical Efficacy of a Type 5 Phosphodiesterase Inhibitor Combined With Ziyin Baihuo Granules in the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction

Rui Wang, Wen-Gong Sun, Tian-Biao Zhang, Tao Zheng, Kun-Long Lv, Yong-Hao Nan & Wei-Xing Zhang
Supplemental material, sj-xlsx-1-jmh-10.1177_15579883221134753 for Analyzing the Clinical Efficacy of a Type 5 Phosphodiesterase Inhibitor Combined With Ziyin Baihuo Granules in the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction by Rui Wang, Wen-Gong Sun, Tian-Biao Zhang, Tao Zheng, Kun-Long Lv, Yong-Hao Nan and Wei-Xing Zhang in American Journal of Men's Health

Not all roads lead to the immune system: The genetic basis of multiple sclerosis severity

Vilija G. Jokubaitis, Maria Pia Campagna, Omar Ibrahim, Jim Stankovich, Pavlina Kleinova, Fuencisla Matesanz, Daniel Hui, Sara Eichau, Mark Slee, Jeannette Lechner-Scott, Rodney Lea, Trevor J. Kilpatrick, Tomas Kalincik, Philip L. De Jager, Ashley Beecham, Jacob L. McCauley, Bruce V. Taylor, Steve Vucic, Louise Laverick, Karolina Vodehnalova, Maria-Isabel García-Sanchéz, Antonio Alcina, Anneke Van Der Walt, Eva Kubala Havrdova, Guillermo Izquierdo … & Helmut Butzkueven
Multiple sclerosis is a leading cause of neurological disability in adults. Heterogeneity in multiple sclerosis clinical presentation has posed a major challenge for identifying genetic variants associated with disease outcomes. To overcome this challenge, we used prospectively ascertained clinical outcomes data from the largest international multiple sclerosis Registry, MSBase. We assembled a cohort of deeply phenotyped individuals of European ancestry with relapse-onset multiple sclerosis. We used unbiased genome-wide association study and machine learning approaches to...

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