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Weightlifting during the COVID-19 pandemic—A transnational study regarding motivation, barriers, and coping of master athletes

Marianne Huebner
Sport has been heavily impacted by the pandemic for over a year with restrictions and closures of facilities. The main aims of this study are to identify motivation and barriers for an international group of Master weightlifters (ages 35 and up) and analyze age and gender differences in pandemic-related changes to physical activities. A sample of 1051 older athletes, 523 women and 528 men, aged from 35 to 88 years, from Australia, Canada, Europe, and...

Genomic and immunogenic changes of Piscine novirhabdovirus (Viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus) over its evolutionary history in the Laurentian Great Lakes

Carol Stepien, Megan Niner, Carol Stepien, Douglas W. Leaman & Bartolomeo Gorgoglione
A unique and highly virulent subgenogroup (VHSV-IVb) of Piscine novirhabdovirus, also known as Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia Virus (VHSV), suddenly appeared in the Laurentian Great Lakes, causing large mortality outbreaks in 2005 and 2006, and affecting >32 freshwater fish species to date. Periods of apparent dormancy have punctuated smaller and more geographically-restricted outbreaks in 2007, 2008, and 2017. In this study, we conduct the largest whole genome sequencing analysis of VHSV-IVb to date, evaluating its evolutionary...

Data from: Quantifying and correcting for pre-assay CO2 loss in short-term carbon mineralization assays

Matthew Belanger, Carmella Vizza, G. Philip Robertson & Sarah Roley
Abstract. The active fraction of soil organic carbon is an important component of soil health and often is quickly assessed as the pulse of CO2 released by re-wetting dried soils in short-term (24–72 h) assays. However, soils can lose carbon (C) as they dry and, if soil samples vary in moisture content at sampling, differential C loss during the pre-assay dry-down period may complicate the assay's interpretations. We examined the impact of pre-assay CO2 loss...

Fall Creek Reservoir Water Quality Dataset

Stephen Hamilton, Christina Murphy, Sherri Johnson & Amanda Pollock
Water chemistry measurements taken at or downstream of Fall Creek Reservoir, OR (43.9459714, -122.755765). Fall Creek is a tributary of the Middle Fork Willamette River, located approximately 20 miles SE of Eugene, Oregon, USA. Water chemistry measurements included water samples collected from the reservoir outflow (during autumn drawdown) and within Fall Creek Reservoir (during August). These water samples were analyzed to determine concentrations of dissolved organic carbon, suspended sediment, and nutrients. A sonde was used...

Data for: Silica Induction of Diverse Inflammatory Proteome in Lungs of Lupus-prone Mice Quelled by Dietary Docosahexaenoic Acid Supplementation

James Pestka, Lichchavi Rajasinghe & Abby Benninghoff
Repeated short-term intranasal instillation of lupus-prone mice with to crystalline silica (cSiO2) induces inflammatory gene expression and ectopic lymphoid neogenesis in the lung, leading to early onset of systemic autoimmunity and rapid progression to glomerulonephritis. These responses are suppressed by dietary supplementation with the ω-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Here, we tested the hypothesis that dietary DHA supplementation suppresses cSiO2-induced inflammatory proteins in bronchoalveolar alveolar lavage fluid (BALF) and plasma of lupus-prone mice....

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