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Additional file 3 of Folate regulates RNA m5C modification and translation in neural stem cells

Xiguang Xu, Zachary Johnson, Amanda Wang, Rachel L. Padget, James W. Smyth & Hehuang Xie
Additional file 3: Table 2. RNA expression level of total and polysome mRNA-seq libraries.

Additional file 9 of LncRNA CEBPA-DT promotes liver cancer metastasis through DDR2/β-catenin activation via interacting with hnRNPC

Yunshi Cai, Tao Lyu, Hui Li, Chang Liu, Kunlin Xie, Lin Xu, Wei Li, Hu Liu, Jiang Zhu, Yinghao Lyu, Xuping Feng, Tian Lan, Jiayin Yang & Hong Wu
Additional file 9. Supplementary RNA sequencing results.

Clinicopathological characteristics and outcome predictors of anti-glomerular basement membrane glomerulonephritis

Yifei Ge, Kang Liu, Guang Yang, Xiangbao Yu, Bin Sun, Bo Zhang, Yanggang Yuan, Ming Zeng, Ningning Wang, Changying Xing & Huijuan Mao
To explore the clinicopathological features of anti-glomerular basement membrane (anti-GBM) glomerulonephritis (anti-GBM-GN) and the prognostic values of clinical and laboratory indicators at diagnosis on renal and patient survival. A total of 76 patients (34 males and 42 females) with anti-GBM-GN who were hospitalized in the First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University between January 2010 and June 2021 were included in this study. The baseline clinical features, histopathological data from renal biopsies, and predictors of...

3D data obtained with a MicroScribe digitising arm and photogrammetry to address bioarchaeological research questions

Kimberly Plomp, Mark Collard & Keith Dobney
Virtual methods for studying human remains are becoming increasingly popular in bioarchaeology, and the rate of technological innovation in the last few years has been such that we now have multiple options to choose from when collecting data. This raises the question of whether datasets generated with different methods are transposable. In the study reported here, we investigated whether it is valid to combine 3D data obtained with a MicroScribe digitising arm and 3D data...

Additional file 4 of Folate regulates RNA m5C modification and translation in neural stem cells

Xiguang Xu, Zachary Johnson, Amanda Wang, Rachel L. Padget, James W. Smyth & Hehuang Xie
Additional file 4: Table 3. List of differentially expressed genes.

Country interaction matrix for territorial footprints

Amanda Irwin

Country specific extinction-risk footprint details

Amanda Irwin

Endocrine disruption from plastic pollution and warming interact to increase the energetic cost of growth in a fish

Frank Seebacher, Nicholas Wu & Rubin Alexander
Energetic cost of growth determines how much food-derived energy is needed to produce a given amount of new biomass, and thereby influences energy transduction between trophic levels. Growth and development are regulated by hormones and are therefore sensitive to changes in temperature and environmental endocrine disruption. Here we show that the endocrine disruptor bisphenol A at an environmentally relevant concentration (BPA; 10 µg l⁻¹) decreased fish (Danio rerio) size at 30 oC water temperature. Under...

Data for Rates of warming impact oxidative stress in zebrafish (Danio rerio)

Frank Seebacher, Isabella Loughland, Giggi Y. Lau & Jordan Jolly
Potentially negative effects of thermal variation on physiological functions may be modulated by compensatory responses, but their efficacy depends on the timescale of phenotypic adjustment relative to the rate of temperature change. Increasing temperatures in particular can affect mitochondrial bioenergetics and rates of reactive oxygen species (ROS) production. Our aim was to test whether different rates of temperature increase impact mitochondrial bioenergetics and modulate oxidative stress. We exposed zebrafish (Danio rerio) to warming from 20...

Bait uptake by scavengers in tropical waterbodies

Richard Shine, Abhilasha Aiyer, Tina Bell, Ruchira Somaweera, Miles Bruny & Georgia Ward-Fear
In tropical Australia, conditioned taste aversion can buffer vulnerable native predators from the invasion of a toxic prey species (cane toads, Rhinella marina). Thus, we need to develop methods to deploy aversion-inducing baits in the field, in ways that maximize uptake by vulnerable species (but not other taxa). We constructed and field-tested baiting devices, in situ with wild animals. Apparatus were set next to waterbodies and baited concurrently at multiple locations (over water, water’s edge...

Phylogenetic analysis of policistronic amino-acid sequences encoded by 116 flavivirus genomes

Lars Jermiin, Vivek Jayaswal & John Robinson
Recently, Genome Biology and Evolution (11:3341-3352) published three statistical tests for testing whether alignments of sequence data violate the phylogenetic assumption of evolution under homogeneous conditions. The tests extend the matched-pairs tests of symmetry, marginal symmetry, and internal symmetry for pairs of aligned homologous sequences to the case where a whole alignment is considered. Here we reveal that the new tests are misleading. We explain why this is so, reveal how the tests of whole...

Patch quality and habitat fragmentation shape the foraging patterns of a specialist folivore

Mathew Crowther, Adrian Rus, Valentina Mella, Mark Krockenberger, Jasmine Lindsay, Ben Moore & Clare McArthur
Research on use of foraging patches has focused on why herbivores visit or quit patches, yet little is known about visits to patches over time. Food quality, as reflected by higher nutritional quality and lower plant defences, and physical patch characteristics, which offer protection from predators and weather, affect patch use and hence should influence their revisitation. Due to the potentially high costs of moving between patches, fragmented habitats are predicted to complicate foraging decisions...

Transcript- and annotation-guided genome assembly of the European starling

Katarina Stuart, Richard Edwards, Yuanyuan Cheng, Wes Warren, Dave Burt, William Sherwin, Natalie Hofmeister, Scott Werner, Gregory Ball, Melissa Bateson, Matthew Brandley, Katherine Buchanan, Phillip Cassey, David Clayton, Tim De Meyer, Simone Meddle & Lee Rollins
The European starling, Sturnus vulgaris, is an ecologically significant, globally invasive avian species that is also suffering from a major decline in its native range. Here, we present the genome assembly and long-read transcriptome of an Australian-sourced European starling (S. vulgaris vAU), and a second North American genome (S. vulgaris vNA), as complementary reference genomes for population genetic and evolutionary characterisation. S. vulgaris vAU combined 10x Genomics linked-reads, low-coverage Nanopore sequencing, and PacBio Iso-Seq full-length...

Additional file 1 of CTpathway: a CrossTalk-based pathway enrichment analysis method for cancer research

Haizhou Liu, Mengqin Yuan, Ramkrishna Mitra, Xu Zhou, Min Long, Wanyue Lei, Shunheng Zhou, Yu-e Huang, Fei Hou, Christine M. Eischen & Wei Jiang
Additional file 1: Table S1. Information of protein-protein (PPI) included in this study. Table S2. Summary of data sets analyzed in this study. Table S3. Summary of 12 gold standard data sets. Table S4. The degree of genes in the GPCM. Table S5. List of CGC genes of four cancer types. Table S6. GSEA enrichment results of RS or |log2FC| for CGC genes. Tables S7-S14. Significant (FDR < 0.01) pathways identified by CTpathway for GEO...

Additional file 1 of Incorporating a gender lens into nutrition and health-related policies in Fiji: analysis of policies and stakeholder perspectives

Briar L. McKenzie, Gade Waqa, Sarah Mounsey, Claire Johnson, Mark Woodward, Kent Buse, Anne Marie Thow, Rachael McLean & Jacqui Webster
Additional file 1: Supplementary table 1. Policy content analysis and WHO gender analysis, data extraction.

Additional file 2 of Correlates of treatment engagement and client outcomes: results of a randomised controlled trial of nabiximols for the treatment of cannabis use disorder

Llewellyn Mills, Adrian Dunlop, Mark Montebello, Jan Copeland, Raimondo Bruno, Meryem Jefferies, Iain Mcgregor & Nicholas Lintzeris
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Additional file 2 of Correlates of treatment engagement and client outcomes: results of a randomised controlled trial of nabiximols for the treatment of cannabis use disorder

Llewellyn Mills, Adrian Dunlop, Mark Montebello, Jan Copeland, Raimondo Bruno, Meryem Jefferies, Iain Mcgregor & Nicholas Lintzeris
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Additional file 9 of Folate regulates RNA m5C modification and translation in neural stem cells

Xiguang Xu, Zachary Johnson, Amanda Wang, Rachel L. Padget, James W. Smyth & Hehuang Xie
Additional file 9. Source codes used to generate figures.

Additional file 5 of Folate regulates RNA m5C modification and translation in neural stem cells

Xiguang Xu, Zachary Johnson, Amanda Wang, Rachel L. Padget, James W. Smyth & Hehuang Xie
Additional file 5: Table 4. List of differentially translated genes.

Additional file 3 of Folate regulates RNA m5C modification and translation in neural stem cells

Xiguang Xu, Zachary Johnson, Amanda Wang, Rachel L. Padget, James W. Smyth & Hehuang Xie
Additional file 3: Table 2. RNA expression level of total and polysome mRNA-seq libraries.

Additional file 7 of Effective-component compatibility of Bufei Yishen formula III ameliorated COPD by improving airway epithelial cell senescence by promoting mitophagy via the NRF2/PINK1 pathway

Min-yan Li, Yan-qin Qin, Yan-ge Tian, Kang-chen Li, Brian G. Oliver, Xue-fang Liu, Peng Zhao & Jian-sheng Li
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Does ivermectin treatment for endemic hookworm infection alter the gut microbiota of endangered Australian sea lion pups?

Mariel Fulham, Michelle Power & Rachael Gray
The gut microbiota is essential for the development and maintenance of the hosts’ immune system. Disturbances to the gut microbiota in early life stages can result in long-lasting impacts on host health. This study aimed to determine if topical ivermectin treatment for endemic hookworm (Uncinaria sanguinis) infection in endangered Australian sea lion (Neophoca cinerea) pups resulted in gut microbial changes. The gut microbiota was characterised for untreated (control) (n = 23) and treated (n =...

Additional file 1 of Multi-omics reveals the key and specific miRNA-mRNA modules underlying salt tolerance in wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides L.)

Guang Yang, Wenqiu Pan, Rui Cao, Qifan Guo, Yue Cheng, Qinlong Zhao, Licao Cui & Xiaojun Nie
Additional file 1: Table S1. Details of identified miRNAs (conserved/known and novel). Table S2. Differentially expressed miRNAs of two genotypes at each treatment time point. Table S3. Details of target genes of differentially expressed miRNAs. Table S4. Differentially expressed mRNAs of two genotypes at each treatment time point. Table S5. Coherent miRNA-mRNA pairs of two genotypes at each treatment time point. Table S6. Salt tolerance-related miRNA-mRNA pairs. Table S7. Summary of co-expression network. Table S8....

Additional file 1 of Multi-omics reveals the key and specific miRNA-mRNA modules underlying salt tolerance in wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides L.)

Guang Yang, Wenqiu Pan, Rui Cao, Qifan Guo, Yue Cheng, Qinlong Zhao, Licao Cui & Xiaojun Nie
Additional file 1: Table S1. Details of identified miRNAs (conserved/known and novel). Table S2. Differentially expressed miRNAs of two genotypes at each treatment time point. Table S3. Details of target genes of differentially expressed miRNAs. Table S4. Differentially expressed mRNAs of two genotypes at each treatment time point. Table S5. Coherent miRNA-mRNA pairs of two genotypes at each treatment time point. Table S6. Salt tolerance-related miRNA-mRNA pairs. Table S7. Summary of co-expression network. Table S8....

Health behaviors are largely not predictive of adverse events following influenza vaccination

Erika Bohn-Goldbaum, Yu Sun Bin, Robert Booy & Kate M Edwards
Identifying health behaviors associated with adverse events following immunization (AEFI) could identify intervention targets for AEFI prevention. University employees receiving an influenza vaccination (n = 1301) completed a series of online surveys for health behaviors including sleep, exercise, dietary intake, and smoking habits, and emotional state (baseline), and for indications of AEFI (three days post-vaccination) and influenza-like illness (ILI) symptoms (fortnightly follow-up for 4 months). 29.9% of participants reported an AEFI and 46.0% reported experiencing...

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