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A predictive flight-altitude model for avoiding future conflicts between an emblematic raptor and wind energy development in the Swiss Alps

Sergio Vignali, Franziska Lörcher, Daniel Hegglin, Raphaël Arlettaz & Veronika Braunisch
Deployment of wind energy is proposed as a mechanism to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Yet, wind energy and large birds, notably soaring raptors, both depend on suitable wind conditions. Conflicts in airspace use may thus arise between wind energy development and wildlife protection due to the risks of collisions of birds with the blades of wind turbines. Using locations of GPS-tagged bearded vultures, a rare scavenging raptor reintroduced into the Alps, we built a spatially-explicit...

Associations of self-compassion with shame, guilt, and training motivation after sport-specific daily stress – a smartphone study

Philipp Röthlin, Stephan Horvath, Tania Messerli, Tobias Krieger, Thomas Berger & Daniel Birrer
By applying a diary study design, we investigated the role of selfcompassion during sport-specific daily stress (SSDS) with regard to the negative self-conscious emotions of shame and guilt and training motivation. We hypothesised that self-compassion would protect athletes from certain self-conscious emotions, namely shame, after SSDS. We also predicted that self-compassion would either increase or decrease the relationship between stress and motivation. Ninety-six athletes (Mage = 22.14, SD = 5.92) reported their level of self-compassion...

Cannabidiol attenuates methamphetamine-induced conditioned place preference in male rats and viability in PC12 cells through the Sigma1R/AKT/GSK3β/CREB signaling pathway

Liu Liu, Juan Li, Chan Wang, Yue Xu, Chi-Kwan Leung, Genmeng Yang, Shucheng Lin, Shuwei Zhang, Yi Tan, Huijie Zhang, Haowei Wang, Jianxing Liu, Ming Li & Xiaofeng Zeng
Background: Methamphetamine use is associated with several negative consequences, including neurotoxicity and greater probability of exhibiting a substance use disorder. Sigma1 receptor is involved in the neurobiological basis of several drug use disorders. Cannabidiol has received attention in the treatment of drug use disorders and neurotoxicity. Objectives: To investigate the effects of cannabidiol on methamphetamine-induced conditioned place preference (CPP) and the viability of PC12 cells. Methods: Adult male rats (n = 70) underwent methamphetamine (2...

Divergent trait responses to nitrogen addition in tall and short species

Yikang Cheng, Xiang Liu, Xianhui Zhou, Shurong Zhou & Eric Allan
Asymmetrical light competition has been proposed as the main driving force of species richness decline under nitrogen (N) addition. N addition is known to cause a series of correlated changes in functional traits, with functional composition shifting due to increased dominance of tall and resource acquisitive species. However, whether trait changes vary between species and, in particular, how the traits of tall and short species respond to N addition has rarely been studied. We measured...

Additional file 4 of Monitoring autochthonous lung tumors induced by somatic CRISPR gene editing in mice using a secreted luciferase

Nastasja Merle, Sabrina Elmshäuser, Florian Strassheimer, Michael Wanzel, Alexander M. König, Julianne Funk, Michelle Neumann, Katharina Kochhan, Frederik Helmprobst, Axel Pagenstecher, Andrea Nist, Marco Mernberger, André Schneider, Thomas Braun, Tilman Borggrefe, Rajkumar Savai, Oleg Timofeev & Thorsten Stiewe
Additional file 4: Primers used for sgRNA off-target analysis.

Bocage landscape restricts the gene flow of pest vole populations

Aitor Somoano, Cristiane Bastos-Silveira, Jacint Ventura, Marcos Miñarro & Gerald Heckel
The population dynamics of most animal species inhabiting agroecosystems may be determined by landscape characteristics, with agricultural intensification and reduction of natural habitats influencing dispersal patterns. Increasing landscape complexity would thus benefit endangered species by providing different ecological niches, but it could also lead to undesired effects in species that can act as crop pests and disease reservoirs. We tested the hypothesis that a highly variegated landscape influences the dispersal, and hence patterns of genetic...

Additional file 11 of Multiomics surface receptor profiling of the NCI-60 tumor cell panel uncovers novel theranostics for cancer immunotherapy

Simon Heumos, Sandra Dehn, Konstantin Bräutigam, Marius C. Codrea, Christian M. Schürch, Ulrich M. Lauer, Sven Nahnsen & Michael Schindler
Additional file 11: Dataset S4. Dataset summarizing the analysis of the Recount2 RNAseq data analysis for differential RNA levels in healthy versus tumor renal tissue.

Additional file 8 of Multiomics surface receptor profiling of the NCI-60 tumor cell panel uncovers novel theranostics for cancer immunotherapy

Simon Heumos, Sandra Dehn, Konstantin Bräutigam, Marius C. Codrea, Christian M. Schürch, Ulrich M. Lauer, Sven Nahnsen & Michael Schindler
Additional file 8: Dataset S2. Dataset including all mean fluorescence intensity values (MFIs] from all FACS screens done with the NCI-60 panel.

LUMIERE dataset - Demographics and pathology information

Yannick Suter, Urspeter Knecht, Waldo Valuenzuela, Michelle Notter, Ekkehard Hewer, Philippe Schucht, Roland Wiest & Mauricio Reyes
This CSV file gives information on MGMT status, IDH1, overall survival, age, and sex of the patients included in this dataset.

LUMIERE dataset - CoLIAGe radiomic features

Yannick Suter, Urspeter Knecht, Waldo Valenzuela, Michelle Notter, Ekkehard Hewer, Philippe Schucht, Roland Wiest & Mauricio Reyes
This zip file contains the CoLIAGe radiomic features for the LUMIERE GBM MRI dataset. The features are extracted for each study with the full set of four MRI sequences and for both automated segmentation tools (DeepBraTumIA and HD-GLIO-AUTO). Please note that the feature extraction was only possible for studies where tumor/edema area was detected, and it was of sufficient size. The features are provided per MRI sequence, segmentation label, and segmentation tool. The files are...

LUMIERE dataset - MRI data and automated segmentations

Yannick Suter, Urspeter Knecht, Waldo Valenzuela, Michelle Notter, Ekkehard Hewer, Philippe Schucht, Roland Wiest & Mauricio Reyes
This zip files contains the anonymized MRI data for 91 Glioblastoma patients. 599 of a total of 638 studies include the complete set of four MRI sequences (pre- and post-contrast T1-weighted, T2-weighted and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery). The remaining studies consist of three of fewer MRI images. The dataset contains a total of 2487 MRI images. For the time points with all four MRI sequences, we additionally provide automated tumor segmentation by DeepBraTumIA and HD-GLIO-AUTO.

Experimental extensification of mountain grasslands restores plant species richness but not species composition in the mid-term

Ségolène Humann-Guilleminot, Steffen Boch, Gerard Martinez-De León, Malie Lessard-Therrien, Aline Andrey, Alberto Serres-Hänni & Jean-Yves Humbert
The traditional grasslands that characterize the cultural landscapes of the palaeartic mountain massifs represent biodiversity hotspots. Yet, they are currently threatened by the intensification of farming practices, notably excesses in fertilization and irrigation. We experimentally investigated the passive restoration of montane and subalpine hay meadows after six years of management intensification, with different levels of fertilization and irrigation, followed by five years of release of intensive management, i.e. extensification. More specifically, relying on a full...

Additional file 1 of Daytime fluctuations of endurance performance in young soccer players: a randomized cross-over trial

Janis Fiedler, Stefan Altmann, Hamdi Chtourou, Florian A. Engel, Rainer Neumann & Alexander Woll
Additional file 1. Exercise data of soccer players.

Additional file 1 of Daytime fluctuations of endurance performance in young soccer players: a randomized cross-over trial

Janis Fiedler, Stefan Altmann, Hamdi Chtourou, Florian A. Engel, Rainer Neumann & Alexander Woll
Additional file 1. Exercise data of soccer players.

The younger sibling of PTSD: similarities and differences between complicated grief and posttraumatic stress disorder

Andreas Maercker & Hansjörg Znoj
Just as traumatic experiences may lead to posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in some individuals, grief may also be a serious health concern for individuals who have experienced bereavement. At present, neither the DSM-IV nor the ICD-10 recognizes any form of grief as a mental disorder. The aim of this review is to summarize recent advances in definition, assessment, prevention, and treatment of complicated grief disorder (CGD) and to compare CGD with PTSD. Four areas are...

The younger sibling of PTSD: similarities and differences between complicated grief and posttraumatic stress disorder

Andreas Maercker & Hansjörg Znoj
Just as traumatic experiences may lead to posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in some individuals, grief may also be a serious health concern for individuals who have experienced bereavement. At present, neither the DSM-IV nor the ICD-10 recognizes any form of grief as a mental disorder. The aim of this review is to summarize recent advances in definition, assessment, prevention, and treatment of complicated grief disorder (CGD) and to compare CGD with PTSD. Four areas are...

Effects of chronic and acute predation risk on sexual ornamentation and mating preferences

Joachim G. Frommen, Timo Thuenken, Francesca Santostefano, Valentina Balzarini & Attila Hettyey
Phenotypic plasticity is wide-spread in animals, but how plastic responses to predation threat affect traits under sexual selection and influence mating preferences is not well understood. Here, we examined how chronic predation risk during development and acute predation risk during mate choice affect the expression of male secondary sexual traits and female mating preference in the three-spined stickleback, Gasterosteus aculeatus. Males reared under chronic predation risk developed less intense red breeding colouration but showed higher...

Integrative analyses of hub genes and their association with immune infiltration in adipose tissue, liver tissue and skeletal muscle of obese patients after bariatric surgery

Kemin Yan, Pengyuan Zhang, Jiewen Jin, Xin Chen, Hongyu Guan, Yanbing Li & Hai Li
Bariatric surgery (BS) is an effective treatment for obesity. Adipose tissue, liver tissue and skeletal muscle are important metabolic tissues. This study investigated hub genes and their association with immune infiltration in these metabolic tissues of obese patients after BS by bioinformatic analysis with Gene Expression Omnibus datasets. Differentially expressed genes (DEGs) were identified, and a protein–protein interaction network was constructed to identify hub genes. As a result, 121 common DEGs were identified and mainly...

Data for: Fish can infer relations between colour cues in a non-social learning task

Océane La Loggia, Angélique Rüfenacht & Barbara Taborsky
Transitive inference (TI) describes the ability to infer relationships between stimuli that have never been seen together before. Social cichlids can use TI in a social setting where observers assess dominance status after witnessing contests between different dyads of conspecifics. If cognitive processes are domain-general, animals should use abilities evolved in a social context also in a non-social context. Therefore, if TI is domain-general in fish, social fish should be able to use TI also...

Additional file 4 of Monitoring autochthonous lung tumors induced by somatic CRISPR gene editing in mice using a secreted luciferase

Nastasja Merle, Sabrina Elmshäuser, Florian Strassheimer, Michael Wanzel, Alexander M. König, Julianne Funk, Michelle Neumann, Katharina Kochhan, Frederik Helmprobst, Axel Pagenstecher, Andrea Nist, Marco Mernberger, André Schneider, Thomas Braun, Tilman Borggrefe, Rajkumar Savai, Oleg Timofeev & Thorsten Stiewe
Additional file 4: Primers used for sgRNA off-target analysis.

Additional file 11 of Multiomics surface receptor profiling of the NCI-60 tumor cell panel uncovers novel theranostics for cancer immunotherapy

Simon Heumos, Sandra Dehn, Konstantin Bräutigam, Marius C. Codrea, Christian M. Schürch, Ulrich M. Lauer, Sven Nahnsen & Michael Schindler
Additional file 11: Dataset S4. Dataset summarizing the analysis of the Recount2 RNAseq data analysis for differential RNA levels in healthy versus tumor renal tissue.

Sedation, analgesia, and delirium management in Portugal: a survey and point prevalence study

Maria Carolina Paulino, Isabel Jesus Pereira, Vasco Costa, Aida Neves, Anabela Santos, Carla Margarida Teixeira, Isabel Coimbra, Paula Fernandes, Ricardo Bernardo, Pedro Póvoa & Cristina Granja
ABSTRACT Objective: To establish current Portuguese critical care practices regarding analgesia, sedation, and delirium based on a comparison between the activities reported and daily clinical practice. Methods: A national survey was conducted among physicians invited to report their practice toward analgesia, sedation, and delirium in intensive care units. A point prevalence study was performed to analyze daily practices. Results: A total of 117 physicians answered the survey, and 192 patients were included in the point...

DataFile S1 from Age, empathy, familiarity, domestication and call features enhance human perception of animal emotion expressions

Jasmin Sowerby Greenall, Lydia Cornu, Anne-Laure Maigrot, Monica Padilla de la Torre & Elodie F. Briefer
Raw data used for the analyses.

From bottom-up to top-down control of invertebrate herbivores in a retrogressive chronosequence

Anne Kempel, Eric Allan, Martin Gossner, Malte Jochum, James B. Grace & David A. Wardle
In the long-term absence of disturbance, ecosystems often enter a decline or retrogressive phase which leads to reductions in primary productivity, plant biomass, nutrient cycling and foliar quality. However, the consequences of ecosystem retrogression for higher trophic levels such as herbivores and predators, are less clear. Using a post-fire forested island-chronosequence across which retrogression occurs, we provide evidence that nutrient availability strongly controls invertebrate herbivore biomass when predators are few, but that there is a...

LUMIERE dataset - Information on completeness of individual MR studies

Yannick Suter, Urspeter Knecht, Waldo Valenzuela, Michelle Notter, Ekkehard Hewer, Philippe Schucht, Roland Wiest & Mauricio Reyes
This file summarizes which MRI sequences are available for which study, and indicates if CoLIAGe features were successfully extracted. For all entries, "x" stands for available, empty for not available.

Registration Year

  • 2022
    79

Resource Types

  • Dataset
    79

Affiliations

  • University of Bern
    79
  • Zhejiang University
    10
  • Sichuan University
    10
  • Fudan University
    9
  • Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
    7
  • Hainan Medical University
    7
  • Sun Yat-sen University
    7
  • Peking University Cancer Hospital
    7
  • Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
    7
  • Capital Medical University
    7