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Source data of Green's function and figure files.

HO KIN TANG
In the article of "The role of electron-electron interactions in two dimensional Dirac fermions", we present the analysis of the unequal time Green's function to find the Fermi velocity according to the first excitation energy. This link provide both the source data of Green's function datGF.mat and the .fig files in the article.

This matlab data file includes the source data of unequal time Green's function for every parameters we simulated in projective quantum Monte...

FGB alignment

Natali Hurtado & Guillermo D'Elía
Alignment of FGB gene sequences from representatives of Oligoryzomys

Skull measurements of destructor

Natali Hurtado & Guillermo D'Elía
Dataset of measurements taken from specimens of Oligoryzomys destructor

cytb alignment

Natali Hurtado & Guillermo D'Elía
Alignment of cytb gene sequences from representatives of Oligoryzomys

Additional file 8: Simulated Dataset 1. of ProteoModlR for functional proteomic analysis

Paolo Cifani, Mojdeh Shakiba, Sagar Chhangawala & Alex Kentsis
Normalization simulated datasets â description. Detailed description of the simulated datasets used to test ProteoModlRâ s normalization module. (TXT 1 kb)

MOESM2 of Intrinsic DNA curvature in trypanosomes

Pablo Smircich, Najib El-Sayed & Beatriz Garat
Additional file 2. Wiggle format files containing the positions and magnitude of plotted intrinsic curvature and region integrated intrinsic curvature for T. cruzi and T. brucei chromosomes.

Additional file 5 of Evaluating tools for transcription factor binding site prediction

Narayan Jayaram, Daniel Usvyat & Andrew R. Martin
Evaluation of search tools using PWMs generated from the ENCODE-ChIP-Seq data using rGADEM. Sensitivity, Positive predictive value, Geometric accuracy and False positive rate for the 12 TFBSs that are found in the PAZAR-E dataset. Separate sheets are provided for each of the search tools. (XLS 29.5 kb)

Additional file 1 of Evaluating tools for transcription factor binding site prediction

Narayan Jayaram, Daniel Usvyat & Andrew R. Martin
The PAZAR Reference Dataset. Entries from PAZAR, with the numbers of each TFBS that they contain. The spreadsheet also indicates whether the TFBSs are found in JASPAR and/or the ENCODE-ChIP-Seq data. (XLS 54 kb)

Additional file 2 of Evaluating tools for transcription factor binding site prediction

Narayan Jayaram, Daniel Usvyat & Andrew R. Martin
Evaluation of search tools using JASPAR.2010 PWMs. Sensitivity, Positive predictive value, Geometric accuracy and False positive rate for the 14 TFBSs that are found in the PAZAR-J dataset. Separate sheets are provided for each of the search tools. (XLS 31.5 kb)

Additional file 3 of Evaluating tools for transcription factor binding site prediction

Narayan Jayaram, Daniel Usvyat & Andrew R. Martin
Motif Discovery Tool Performance. Complete results for individual PWMs generated using different motif discovery tools and scanned against PAZAR-E data using the FIMO motif scanning tool. (XLS 14 kb)

Additional file 8: Table S5. of Construction of high-resolution genetic maps of Zoysia matrella (L.) Merrill and applications to comparative genomic analysis and QTL mapping of resistance to fall armyworm

Xiaoen Huang, Fangfang Wang, Ratnesh Singh, James Reinert, M. Engelke, Anthony Genovesi, Ambika Chandra & Qingyi Yu
Syntenic relationship of Cavalier linkage groups and rice chromosomes. (XLS 177 kb)

Cerebral perfusion and hemodyamics in Alzheimer mouse models

Ruiqing Ni, Markus Rudin & Jan Klohs
ArcAb mouse model of AD and wild-type littermates at 6-months and 24-months of age.
1) ASL-MRI for perfusion imaging
2) MSOT imaging for brain oxygenation

Ten Wild-type C57/B6 mice at 12 weeks for oxygen-challenged MSOT measurement under normoxia and hyperoxia conditions.
3) MSOT imaging for brain oxygenation
4) Calcuated Oxygen saturation (SO2) color map in mouse brain under different oxygen supply.

Cerebral perfusion and hemodyamics in Alzheimer mouse models

Ruiqing Ni, Markus Rudin & Jan Klohs
ArcAb mouse model of AD and wild-type littermates at 6-months and 24-months of age.
1) ASL-MRI for perfusion imaging
2) MSOT imaging for brain oxygenation

Ten Wild-type C57/B6 mice at 12 weeks for oxygen-challenged MSOT measurement under normoxia and hyperoxia conditions.
3) MSOT imaging for brain oxygenation
4) Calcuated Oxygen saturation (SO2) color map in mouse brain under different oxygen supply.

Uniform Inference on Quantile Effects under Sharp Regression Discontinuity Designs

Zhongjun Qu & Jungmo Yoon
This study develops methods for conducting uniform inference on quantile treatment effects for sharp regression discontinuity designs. We develop a score test for the treatment significance hypothesis and Wald-type tests for the hypotheses related to treatment significance, homogeneity, and unambiguity. The bias from the nonparametric estimation is studied in detail. In particular, we show that under some conditions, the asymptotic distribution of the score test is unaffected by the bias, without under-smoothing. For situations where...

Uniform Inference on Quantile Effects under Sharp Regression Discontinuity Designs

Zhongjun Qu & Jungmo Yoon
This study develops methods for conducting uniform inference on quantile treatment effects for sharp regression discontinuity designs. We develop a score test for the treatment significance hypothesis and Wald-type tests for the hypotheses related to treatment significance, homogeneity, and unambiguity. The bias from the nonparametric estimation is studied in detail. In particular, we show that under some conditions, the asymptotic distribution of the score test is unaffected by the bias, without under-smoothing. For situations where...

The N400 as an index of lexical preactivation and its implications for prediction in language comprehension

Jakub M. Szewczyk & Herbert Schriefers
The N400 component's amplitude is standardly reduced for predictable words. But it is not clear whether this reduction truly reflects preactivation of the critical word or whether it just indexes the difficulty of integrating the word with the sentence. To adjudicate between these two accounts, event-related potentials were recorded while participants read short stories. In half of the stories, just before the story-final sentence, we induced an explicit prediction of a congruent or an incongruent...

Additional file 4: of Phylogenomics and sequence-structure-function relationships in the GmrSD family of Type IV restriction enzymes

Magdalena Machnicka, Katarzyna Kaminska, Stanislaw Dunin-Horkawicz & Janusz Bujnicki
The alignment of GmrD domain sequences used for tree calculations. (FASTA 35Â kb)

Additional file 6: of Rare and common epilepsies converge on a shared gene regulatory network providing opportunities for novel antiepileptic drug discovery

Andree Delahaye-Duriez, Prashant Srivastava, Kirill Shkura, Sarah Langley, Liisi Laaniste, Aida Moreno-Moral, BĂŠnĂŠdicte Danis, Manuela Mazzuferi, Patrik Foerch, Elena Gazina, Kay Richards, Steven Petrou, Rafal Kaminski, Enrico Petretto & Michael Johnson
Enrichment for differentially expressed genes in epileptic hippocampi versus controls for several sets of genes. (XLSX 57 kb)

Nardus stricta leaf transcriptome

Matthew Moscou
De novo transcriptome assembly of Nardus stricta based on leaf RNAseq data (SRA ERR1744596, ERR1744597, ERR1744598, ERR1744599, ERR1744600, ERR1744601, ERR1744602, ERR1744603). Trinity v2.4.0 was used for assembly using default parameters were used, with Trimmomatic for trimming of reads before assembly.

Ingress-Egress Haram Data.xls

Yasser Alginahi, Mohammed Mudassar, Muhammad Nomani Kabir & Omar Tayan
The file contains Ingress and Egress Simulation Data obtained by using LegionEvac crowd simulation software for Almasjid An Nabawi (The Haram). The file contains 5 different sheets for the different sections of the Haram. The details will be explained in a publication soon. When the research paper is published the reference will be added to this dataset.

Gridded bathymetry of the Baker-Martinez fjord complex (Chile, 48°S) v1

Loic Piret, Sebastien Bertrand, Elke Vandekerkhove, Naomi Harada, Carlos Moffat & Andres Rivera
We present a bathymetric map of the Baker-Martinez fjord complex (Chile, 48⁰S) constructed from multiple data sets: multibeam echosounder data of Baker channel (Harada et al., 2008) and of Steffen fjord and Baker river delta (Vandekerkhove & Bertrand, 2016), single beam echosounder data of Jorge Montt fjord (Rivera et al., 2012, Moffat, 2014 and additional data from C. Moffat) and individual bathymetry points from two SHOA nautical charts (SHOA, 2001, 2008). The heterogeneous data with...

Gridded bathymetry of the Baker-Martinez fjord complex (Chile, 48°S) v1

Loic Piret, Sebastien Bertrand, Elke Vandekerkhove, Naomi Harada, Carlos Moffat & Andres Rivera
UPDATE: version 2 of the bathymetric map is available at Marine Geoscience Data System
(www.marine-geo.org/tools/search/entry.php?id=ChileanFjords_Piret)

We present a bathymetric map of the Baker-Martinez fjord complex (Chile, 48⁰S) constructed from multiple data sets: multibeam echosounder data of Baker channel (Harada et al., 2008) and of Steffen fjord and Baker river delta (Vandekerkhove & Bertrand, 2016), single beam echosounder data of Jorge Montt fjord (Rivera et al., 2012, Moffat, 2014 and additional data from C. Moffat) and individual...

Additional file 3: of Genetic variation and population structure of maize inbred lines adapted to the mid-altitude sub-humid maize agro-ecology of Ethiopia using single nucleotide polymorphic (SNP) markers

Berhanu Ertiro, Kassa Semagn, Biswanath Das, Michael Olsen, Maryke Labuschagne, Mosisa Worku, Dagne Wegary, Girum Azmach, Veronica Ogugo, Tolera Keno, Beyene Abebe, Temesgen Chibsa & Abebe Menkir
Relative kinship coefficients between pairs of 265 inbred lines based on 220,878 polymorphic SNPs. (XLSX 507Â kb)

Benchmark datasets for bilateral lower limb neuromechanical signals from wearable sensors during unassisted locomotion in able-bodied individuals

Blair Hu
This dataset, the ENcyclopedia of Able-bodied Bilateral Lower Limb Locomotor Signals (ENABL3S), represents a benchmark for lower limb neuromechanical signals recorded using wearable sensors from 10 able-bodied individuals during unassisted locomotion. In addition to sitting and standing, subjects freely transitioned between level ground walking, ramp ascent/descent, and stair ascent/descent at their self-selected speed. Subjects were bilaterally instrumented with surface electromyography (EMG) from seven lower limb muscles, goniometers at the knee and ankle, and inertial measurement...

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