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Statistical Study of Spatial Distribution and Polarization for Saturn Narrowband Emissions. Supplementary material: Event catalogue

Siyuan Wwwu, Shengyi Ye, Georg Fischer, Wang Jian, Minyi Long, J. Douglas Menietti, Baptiste Cecconi & William Kurth
This collection is contains the Saturn narrow band radio emission catalogue derived from Cassini RPWS data. The collection supplements: Wu et al. (2021), Statistical Study of Spatial Distribution and Polarization for Saturn Narrowband Emissions, submitted to ApJ.

Neonatal exposure to BPA, BDE-99, and PCB produces persistent changes in hepatic transcriptome associated with gut dysbiosis in adult mouse livers

Joe Lim, Moumita Dutta, Joseph Dempsey, Hans-Joachim Lehmler, James MacDonald, Theo Bammler, Cheryl Walker, Terrance Kavanagh, Haiwei Gu, Sridhar Mani & Julia Cui
Background. Recent evidence suggests that multigenic and complex environmentally modulated diseases result from early life exposure to toxicants at least partly via gut microbial influences. Environmental toxicants, polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are breast milk-enriched persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and thus remain a continuing threat to human health despite being banned from production. Recent findings focused on the liver developmental reprogramming capabilities from neonatal BPA exposure; however, little is known on how...

Masses of individual polychlorinated biphenyl congeners in gas phases in air in Chicago, Il, USA in 2009

Andres Martinez, Andrew M Awad & Keri C Hornbuckle
We report the levels of airborne individual PCB concentrations of gas phases from the City of Chicago in 2009. Twenty-seven locations were sampled for gas phases, where 141 gas phases were collected. One hundred and seventy-one individual or coeluting congener PCBs are reported. This dataset includes the sample mass for all 171 individual congeners for gas (XAD-2) phases, the deployment time and sampling flow.

Cortico-subcortical β burst dynamics underlying movement cancellation in humans

Darcy Diesburg, Jeremy Greenlee & Jan Wessel
Dominant neuroanatomical models hold that humans regulate their movements via loop-like cortico-subcortical networks, including the subthalamic nucleus (STN), thalamus, and sensorimotor cortices (SMC). Inhibitory commands across these networks are purportedly sent via transient, burst-like signals in the β frequency (15-29Hz). However, since human depth-recording studies are typically limited to one recording site, direct evidence for this proposition is hitherto lacking. Here, we present simultaneous multi-site depth-recordings from SMC and either STN or thalamus in humans...

Blank masses of individual polychlorinated biphenyl congeners in gas phases in air in Chicago, Il, USA in 2009

Andres Martinez, Andrew M Awad & Keri C Hornbuckle
We report the levels of airborne individual PCB concentrations of gas phases from the City of Chicago in 2009. One hundred and seventy-one individual or coeluting congener PCBs are reported. Field blank masses for all 171 individual congeners for gas (XAD-2) phases are included here. The XAD-2 blank samples were not exposed or opened to the air at any time during the sampling period.

Concentrations of individual polychlorinated biphenyl congeners from Standard Reference Material (SRM) 1944

Andres Martinez, Jason Hua, Ezazul Haque, Peter Thorne & Keri C Hornbuckle
Five Standard Reference Material 1944, New York, New Jersey Waterway sediment (SRM 1944, National Institutes of Standards and Testing) were extracted, cleaned and quantified using the same method for soils. Gas chromatography (GC) in tandem with Mass Spectrometry GC-MS/MS (Agilent 7000) in multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) mode was used to quantify all 28 individual or coeluting certified congeners. The GC was equipped with a Supelco SBP-Octyl capillary column (30 m × 0.25 mm ID, 0.25...

Additional file 1 of Circulating tumor DNA integrating tissue clonality detects minimal residual disease in resectable non-small-cell lung cancer

Siwei Wang, Ming Li, Jingyuan Zhang, Peng Xing, Min Wu, Fancheng Meng, Feng Jiang, Jie Wang, Hua Bao, Jianfeng Huang, Binhui Ren, Mingfeng Yu, Ninglei Qiu, Houhuai Li, Fangliang Yuan, Zhi Zhang, Hui Jia, Xinxin Lu, Shuai Zhang, Xiaojun Wang, Youtao Xu, Wenjia Xia, Tongyan Liu, Weizhang Xu, Xinyu Xu … & Rong Yin
Additional file 1. Table S1: Patient demography.

Additional file 2 of Causality of genetically determined metabolites on anxiety disorders: a two-sample Mendelian randomization study

Gui Xiao, Qingnan He, Li Liu, Tingting Zhang, Mengjia Zhou, Xingxing Li, Yijun Chen, Yanyi Chen & Chunxiang Qin
Additional file 2: Table S1. The formula used to calculate R2 and F statistic between exposure and outcome; Table S2. Summary statistics of the anxiety disorders; Table S3–S12. Mendelian Randomization estimation for Amino acid(Table S3); Carbohydrate (Table S4); Co-factor or vitamin(Table S5);Energy(Table S6); Lipid(Table S7); Nucleotide (Table S8); Peptide (Table S9); Xenobiotic(Table S10);X(unknow metabolites) (Table S11);known metabolites (Table S12) on the risk of anxiety disorders; Table S13. The characteristics of SNPs and their genetic associations...

Efficacy and safety of osimertinib for patients with EGFR-mutated NSCLC: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled studies

Li Li, Qin Huang, Jianhai Sun, Fei Yan, Wujie Wei, Zihui Li, Li Liu & Jie Deng
Osimertinib is a recently approved third-generation epidermal growth factor receptor tyrosine kinase inhibitor (EGFR-TKI) that selectively inhibits both EGFR-TKI-sensitizing and EGFR-T790M resistance mutations. The aim of the present meta-analysis was to investigate the efficacy and safety of osimertinib for patients with EGFR-mutated non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC). Databases were searched for randomized controlled studies that reported the efficacy and safety of osimertinib versus other treatments (chemotherapy, other EGFR-TKIs, etc.) in treating EGFR-mutated NSCLC. The measured effects...

Additional file 1 of Transcriptional dynamics of transposable elements when converting fibroblast cells of Macaca mulatta to neuroepithelial stem cells

Dahai Liu, Li Liu, Kui Duan, Junqiang Guo, Shipeng Li, Zhigang Zhao, Xiaotuo Zhang, Nan Zhou & Yun Zheng
Additional file 1 Supplementary Table S1. The expression levels of 1627 dynamically expressed genes in the reprogramming procedure of rhesus monkey fibroblast cells toward neuroephithelia stem cells. Supplementary Table S2 to S17. The enriched GO terms of genes in Cluster G0 to G15 of Figure 1A, respectively. Supplementary Table S18. The expression levels of 495 dynamically expressed TEs in the reprogramming procedure of rhesus monkey fibroblast cells toward neuroephithelia stem cells. Supplementary Table S19. The...

Additional file 10 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 10: Table S7. GO analysis of DEGs uniquely regulated in the S+Rg group.

Additional file 11 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 11: Table S8. KEGG pathway analysis of Model, S+Rg, S, and Rg groups.

Additional file 15 of A comprehensive pan-cancer analysis of necroptosis molecules in four gynecologic cancers

Jianfeng Zheng, Xintong Cai, Yu Zhang, Huihui Wang, Li Liu, Fengling Tang, Linying Liu & Yang Sun
Additional file 15: Supplementary Table 3. The results of Univariate Cox regression analysis for pan-cancer.

Additional file 2 of Vikrahraun—the 1961 basaltic lava flow eruption at Askja, Iceland: morphology, geochemistry, and planetary analogs

Aline Y. Blasizzo, Ingrid A. Ukstins, Stephen P. Scheidt, Alison H. Graettinger, David W. Peate, Tamara L. Carley, Adam J. Moritz & Jennifer E. Thines
Additional file 2: Textural data presented in this paper, including crystallinity, vesicularity, density, and viscosity calculations

Data from: Sequential adaptive introgression of the mitochondrial genome in Drosophila yakuba and D. santomea

Ana Llopart, Danielle Herrig, Evgeny Brud & Zachary Stecklein
Interspecific hybridization provides the unique opportunity for species to tap into genetic variation present in a closely related species and potentially take advantage of beneficial alleles. It has become increasingly clear that when hybridization occurs, mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) often crosses species boundaries, raising the possibility that it could serve as a recurrent target of natural selection and source of species’ adaptations. Here we report the sequences of 46 complete mitochondrial genomes of Drosophila yakuba and...

Data from: Wide variation in ploidy level and genome size in a New Zealand freshwater snail with coexisting sexual and asexual lineages

Maurine Neiman, Dorota Paczesniak, Deanna M Soper, Austin T Baldwin & Gery Hehman
Natural animal populations are rarely screened for ploidy-level variation at a scale that allows detection of potentially important aberrations of common ploidy patterns. This type of screening can be especially important for the many mixed sexual/asexual systems where sexuals are presumed to be dioecious diploids and asexuals are assumed to be triploid and all-female. For example, elevation of ploidy level above triploidy can be a source of genetic variation and raises the possibility of gene...

Data from: The quantitative genetics of incipient speciation: heritability and genetic correlations of skeletal traits in populations of diverging Favia fragum ecomorphs.

David B Carlon, Ann F Budd, Catherine Lippé & Rose L Andrew
Recent speciation events provide potential opportunities to understand the microevolution of reproductive isolation. We used a marker-based approach and a common garden to estimate the additive genetic variation in skeletal traits in a system of two ecomorphs within the coral species Favia fragum: a Tall ecomorph that is a seagrass specialist, and a Short ecomorph that is most abundant on coral reefs. Considering both ecomorphs, we found significant narrow-sense heritability (h²) in a suite of...

Data from: Genome-wide association studies in dogs and humans identify ADAMTS20 as a risk variant for cleft lip and palate

Zena T. Wolf, Harrison A. Brand, John R. Shaffer, Elizabeth J. Leslie, Boaz Arzi, Cali E. Willet, Timothy C. Cox, Toby McHenry, Nicole Narayan, Eleanor Feingold, Xioajing Wang, Saundra Sliskovic, Nili Karmi, Noa Safra, Carla Sanchez, Frederic W. B. Deleyiannis, Jeffrey C. Murray, Claire M. Wade, Mary L. Marazita & Danika L. Bannasch
Cleft lip with or without cleft palate (CL/P) is the most commonly occurring craniofacial birth defect. We provide insight into the genetic etiology of this birth defect by performing genome-wide association studies in two species: dogs and humans. In the dog, a genome-wide association study of 7 CL/P cases and 112 controls from the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever (NSDTR) breed identified a significantly associated region on canine chromosome 27 (unadjusted p=1.1 x 10-13; adjusted...

Data from: Are there age-related differences in the ability to learn configural responses?

Rachel Clark, Michael Freedberg, Eliot Hazeltine & Michelle W. Voss
Age is often associated with a decline in cognitive abilities that are important for maintaining functional independence, such as learning new skills. Many forms of motor learning appear to be relatively well preserved with age, while learning tasks that involve associative binding tend to be negatively affected. The current study aimed to determine whether age differences exist on a configural response learning task, which includes aspects of motor learning and associative binding. Young (M =...

Data from: Divergence before the host shift? Prezygotic reproductive isolation among three varieties of a specialist fly on a single host plant

Alaine C. Hippee, Maren E. Elnes, Jarod S. Armenta, Marty A. Condon & Andrew A. Forbes
1. Although divergence via host-plant shifting is a common theme in the speciation of some phytophagous insects, it is not clear whether host shifts are typically initiators of speciation or if they instead contribute to divergence events already in progress. While host shifts appear to be generally associated with speciation events for flies in the genus Strauzia, three sympatric varieties of the sunflower fly [Strauzia longipennis (Wiedemann)] co-occur on the same host plant in the...

Data from: De novo transcriptome characterization of a sterilizing trematode parasite (Microphallus sp.) from two species of New Zealand snails

Laura Bankers & Maurine Neiman
Snail-borne trematodes represent a large, diverse, and evolutionarily, ecologically, and medically important group of parasites, often imposing strong selection on their hosts and causing host morbidity and mortality. Even so, there are very few genomic and transcriptomic resources available for this important animal group. We help to fill this gap by providing transcriptome resources from trematode metacercariae infecting two congeneric snail species, Potamopyrgus antipodarum and P. estuarinus. This genus of New Zealand snails has gained...

Effective volume of polychlorinated biphenyl congeners obtained using passive samplers in IHSC

Andres Martinez, Andrew M Awad, Nicholas J Herkert & Keri C Hornbuckle

Polychlorinated biphenyl air-water volatilization flux obtained using passive samplers in IHSC

Andres Martinez, Andrew M Awad, Nicholas J Herkert & Keri C Hornbuckle

Data from: Sex in the wild: how and why field-based studies contribute to solving the problem of sex

Maurine Neiman, Patrick Gerardus Meirmans, Tanja Schwander & Stephanie Meirmans
Why and how sexual reproduction is maintained in natural populations, the so-called “queen of problems”, is a key unanswered question in evolutionary biology. Recent efforts to solve the problem of sex have often emphasized results generated from laboratory settings. Here, we use a survey of representative “sex in the wild” literature to review and synthesize the outcomes of empirical studies focused on natural populations. Especially notable results included relatively strong support for mechanisms involving niche...

Water temperature and meteorological observations at the Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal

Andres Martinez, Andrew M Awad, Nicholas J Herkert & Keri C Hornbuckle
See also https://waterdata.usgs.gov/usa/nwis/uv?04092750

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