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Additional file 1 of Validity and reliability of a semi-quantitative food frequency questionnaire in groups at high risk for cardiovascular diseases

Ni Yan, Nan Li, Wanlu Liu, Xiaoxia Li, Xiuying Liu, Pengju Zhang, Can Liu, Juan Li, Jiangwei Qiu, Yuhong Zhang & Yi Zhao
Additional file 1. Annex.

Additional file 1 of Validity and reliability of a semi-quantitative food frequency questionnaire in groups at high risk for cardiovascular diseases

Ni Yan, Nan Li, Wanlu Liu, Xiaoxia Li, Xiuying Liu, Pengju Zhang, Can Liu, Juan Li, Jiangwei Qiu, Yuhong Zhang & Yi Zhao
Additional file 1. Annex.

Additional file 6 of The combined impact of persistent infections and human genetic variation on C-reactive protein levels

Flavia Hodel, Olivier Naret, Clara Bonnet, Nicole Brenner, Noemi Bender, Tim Waterboer, Pedro Marques-Vidal, Peter Vollenweider & Jacques Fellay
Additional file 6: Fig. S6. Seroprevalence of tested antigens in the CoLaus|PsyCoLaus. List of the 27 antigens available from the CoLaus|PsyCoLaus study that are shared with the UK Biobank. The percentages indicate the seroprevalence of antibodies against infectious disease antigens tested using Multiplex Serology platform. The grey boxes indicate the pathogen on which the antigen protein is found, and the family to which the pathogen belongs.

Supplementary material from Impact of phylogeny on structural contact inference from protein sequence data

Nicola Dietler, Umberto Lupo & Anne-Florence Bitbol
File containing supplementary figures and results.

Additional file 1 of The combined impact of persistent infections and human genetic variation on C-reactive protein levels

Flavia Hodel, Olivier Naret, Clara Bonnet, Nicole Brenner, Noemi Bender, Tim Waterboer, Pedro Marques-Vidal, Peter Vollenweider & Jacques Fellay
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Flowchart illustrating the inclusion/exclusion of individuals in the study. Orange boxes indicate the number of included antigens and pathogens.

Additional file 6 of The combined impact of persistent infections and human genetic variation on C-reactive protein levels

Flavia Hodel, Olivier Naret, Clara Bonnet, Nicole Brenner, Noemi Bender, Tim Waterboer, Pedro Marques-Vidal, Peter Vollenweider & Jacques Fellay
Additional file 6: Fig. S6. Seroprevalence of tested antigens in the CoLaus|PsyCoLaus. List of the 27 antigens available from the CoLaus|PsyCoLaus study that are shared with the UK Biobank. The percentages indicate the seroprevalence of antibodies against infectious disease antigens tested using Multiplex Serology platform. The grey boxes indicate the pathogen on which the antigen protein is found, and the family to which the pathogen belongs.

Additional file 7 of The combined impact of persistent infections and human genetic variation on C-reactive protein levels

Flavia Hodel, Olivier Naret, Clara Bonnet, Nicole Brenner, Noemi Bender, Tim Waterboer, Pedro Marques-Vidal, Peter Vollenweider & Jacques Fellay
Additional file 7: Fig. S7. Seroprevalence of tested antigens in the UK Biobank. List of the 27 antigens available from the UK Biobank that are shared with the CoLaus|PsyCoLaus study. The percentages indicate the seroprevalence of antibodies against infectious disease antigens tested using Multiplex Serology platform. The grey boxes indicate the pathogen on which the antigen protein is found, and the family to which the pathogen belongs.

Additional file 7 of The combined impact of persistent infections and human genetic variation on C-reactive protein levels

Flavia Hodel, Olivier Naret, Clara Bonnet, Nicole Brenner, Noemi Bender, Tim Waterboer, Pedro Marques-Vidal, Peter Vollenweider & Jacques Fellay
Additional file 7: Fig. S7. Seroprevalence of tested antigens in the UK Biobank. List of the 27 antigens available from the UK Biobank that are shared with the CoLaus|PsyCoLaus study. The percentages indicate the seroprevalence of antibodies against infectious disease antigens tested using Multiplex Serology platform. The grey boxes indicate the pathogen on which the antigen protein is found, and the family to which the pathogen belongs.

Synthesis, crystal structure and coordination behaviors of two unexpected tetranuclear Zn(II) and Co(II) supramolecular boxes derived from structural variation of coumarin schiff base ligand

Yin-Xia Sun, Juan Li, Jin-Guo Li, Zhe-Peng Deng, Yu Sun & Li Xu
Two unexpected tetranuclear supramolecular boxes, [Zn4(L')4(CH3OH)2]·2CH3OH (1) and [Co4(L)2(L')2(CH3OH)2]·acetone (2), with M4(μ3-O)2(μ2-O)4 core were obtained through reacting coumarin Schiff base H2L (H2L = 4-hydroxy-3-((2-hydroxyphenyl-imino)-methyl)-2hchrome-2-one) with Zn(OAc)2·4H2O and Co(OAc)2·4H2O, respectively. Interestingly, the original ligand (H2L) has changed into a new structure (H2L') in the process of forming single crystals. The structures of 1 and 2 were characterized by X-ray single crystal diffraction. 1 and 2 are tetranuclear structures including four metal centers (Zn(II) or Co(II)), four...

Additional file 1 of Deeper genomic insights into tomato CLE genes repertoire identify new active peptides

Samy Carbonnel, Laurent Falquet & Ora Hazak
Additional file 1.

Additional file 2 of The combined impact of persistent infections and human genetic variation on C-reactive protein levels

Flavia Hodel, Olivier Naret, Clara Bonnet, Nicole Brenner, Noemi Bender, Tim Waterboer, Pedro Marques-Vidal, Peter Vollenweider & Jacques Fellay
Additional file 2: Fig. S2. Scatterplot and regression line (with 95% confidence intervals) to describe the relationship of hs-CRP with characteristics of study participants. Relationship between hs-CRP and A) age, B) sex, C) BMI and D) polygenic risk score (PRS). For linear regressions, linear regression equation, R-squared and P-value are shown.

Additional file 4 of The combined impact of persistent infections and human genetic variation on C-reactive protein levels

Flavia Hodel, Olivier Naret, Clara Bonnet, Nicole Brenner, Noemi Bender, Tim Waterboer, Pedro Marques-Vidal, Peter Vollenweider & Jacques Fellay
Additional file 4: Fig. S4. Distribution of polygenic risk score (PRS) values. Density distribution of standardized PRS values by subcohort (CoLaus|PsyCoLaus and UKB) and across all participants (combined).

Additional file 2 of Parallel evolution of amphioxus and vertebrate small-scale gene duplications

Marina Brasó-Vives, Ferdinand Marlétaz, Amina Echchiki, Federica Mantica, Rafael D. Acemel, José L. Gómez-Skarmeta, Diego A. Hartasánchez, Lorlane Le Targa, Pierre Pontarotti, Juan J. Tena, Ignacio Maeso, Hector Escriva, Manuel Irimia & Marc Robinson-Rechavi
Additional file 2: Figure S1. BraLan3 genome assembly and annotation quality comparison. Drer, Ggal, Mmus, Hsap, Bflo and Bbel correspond to the latest available genome assemblies for zebrafish, chicken, mouse, human, Florida amphioxus (B. floridae) and an Asian amphioxus (B. belcheri), respectively (see Methods). Blan2 corresponds to the latest genome reference for the European amphioxus previous to this publication [8] and Blan3 corresponds to BraLan3, the genome reference for the European amphioxus presented in this...

Additional file 3 of Parallel evolution of amphioxus and vertebrate small-scale gene duplications

Marina Brasó-Vives, Ferdinand Marlétaz, Amina Echchiki, Federica Mantica, Rafael D. Acemel, José L. Gómez-Skarmeta, Diego A. Hartasánchez, Lorlane Le Targa, Pierre Pontarotti, Juan J. Tena, Ignacio Maeso, Hector Escriva, Manuel Irimia & Marc Robinson-Rechavi
Additional file 3. Supplementary Note 1.

Additional file 4 of Parallel evolution of amphioxus and vertebrate small-scale gene duplications

Marina Brasó-Vives, Ferdinand Marlétaz, Amina Echchiki, Federica Mantica, Rafael D. Acemel, José L. Gómez-Skarmeta, Diego A. Hartasánchez, Lorlane Le Targa, Pierre Pontarotti, Juan J. Tena, Ignacio Maeso, Hector Escriva, Manuel Irimia & Marc Robinson-Rechavi
Additional file 4. Review history.

Flow line of density functional theory in heterogeneous persulfate-based advanced oxidation processes for pollutant degradation: A review

Binghua Jing, Juan Li, Chunyang Nie, Junhui Zhou, Didi Li & Zhimin Ao
Persulfate-based advanced oxidation processes (P-AOPs), as the commonly used technologies, attract intensive attention, because persulfate is stable and safe with various activation methods, and the generated reactive oxygen species (ROS) are highly active. Density functional theory (DFT) calculations can analyze the intrinsic mechanism and specific pathways of P-AOPs at microscopic level, which is difficult to be realized in experiments. Recent DFT discoveries for P-AOPs have induced tremendous interest in persulfate activation or pollutant degradation pathways,...

Flow line of density functional theory in heterogeneous persulfate-based advanced oxidation processes for pollutant degradation: A review

Binghua Jing, Juan Li, Chunyang Nie, Junhui Zhou, Didi Li & Zhimin Ao
Persulfate-based advanced oxidation processes (P-AOPs), as the commonly used technologies, attract intensive attention, because persulfate is stable and safe with various activation methods, and the generated reactive oxygen species (ROS) are highly active. Density functional theory (DFT) calculations can analyze the intrinsic mechanism and specific pathways of P-AOPs at microscopic level, which is difficult to be realized in experiments. Recent DFT discoveries for P-AOPs have induced tremendous interest in persulfate activation or pollutant degradation pathways,...

Additional file 3 of The combined impact of persistent infections and human genetic variation on C-reactive protein levels

Flavia Hodel, Olivier Naret, Clara Bonnet, Nicole Brenner, Noemi Bender, Tim Waterboer, Pedro Marques-Vidal, Peter Vollenweider & Jacques Fellay
Additional file 3: Fig. S3. Principal component analysis (PCA) of combined genotyping data. A) PCA plot of the first ten PCs of the genotyping data. Samples are colored by cohort. B) Histogram explaining the variance of each PC component. In the histogram, the variance explained by each eigenvalue is labeled on top.

Additional file 3 of The combined impact of persistent infections and human genetic variation on C-reactive protein levels

Flavia Hodel, Olivier Naret, Clara Bonnet, Nicole Brenner, Noemi Bender, Tim Waterboer, Pedro Marques-Vidal, Peter Vollenweider & Jacques Fellay
Additional file 3: Fig. S3. Principal component analysis (PCA) of combined genotyping data. A) PCA plot of the first ten PCs of the genotyping data. Samples are colored by cohort. B) Histogram explaining the variance of each PC component. In the histogram, the variance explained by each eigenvalue is labeled on top.

Additional file 1 of Deeper genomic insights into tomato CLE genes repertoire identify new active peptides

Samy Carbonnel, Laurent Falquet & Ora Hazak
Additional file 1.

Supplementary material from Impact of phylogeny on structural contact inference from protein sequence data

Nicola Dietler, Umberto Lupo & Anne-Florence Bitbol
File containing supplementary figures and results.

Synthesis, crystal structure and coordination behaviors of two unexpected tetranuclear Zn(II) and Co(II) supramolecular boxes derived from structural variation of coumarin schiff base ligand

Yin-Xia Sun, Juan Li, Jin-Guo Li, Zhe-Peng Deng, Yu Sun & Li Xu
Two unexpected tetranuclear supramolecular boxes, [Zn4(L')4(CH3OH)2]·2CH3OH (1) and [Co4(L)2(L')2(CH3OH)2]·acetone (2), with M4(μ3-O)2(μ2-O)4 core were obtained through reacting coumarin Schiff base H2L (H2L = 4-hydroxy-3-((2-hydroxyphenyl-imino)-methyl)-2hchrome-2-one) with Zn(OAc)2·4H2O and Co(OAc)2·4H2O, respectively. Interestingly, the original ligand (H2L) has changed into a new structure (H2L') in the process of forming single crystals. The structures of 1 and 2 were characterized by X-ray single crystal diffraction. 1 and 2 are tetranuclear structures including four metal centers (Zn(II) or Co(II)), four...

Additional file 2 of Parallel evolution of amphioxus and vertebrate small-scale gene duplications

Marina Brasó-Vives, Ferdinand Marlétaz, Amina Echchiki, Federica Mantica, Rafael D. Acemel, José L. Gómez-Skarmeta, Diego A. Hartasánchez, Lorlane Le Targa, Pierre Pontarotti, Juan J. Tena, Ignacio Maeso, Hector Escriva, Manuel Irimia & Marc Robinson-Rechavi
Additional file 2: Figure S1. BraLan3 genome assembly and annotation quality comparison. Drer, Ggal, Mmus, Hsap, Bflo and Bbel correspond to the latest available genome assemblies for zebrafish, chicken, mouse, human, Florida amphioxus (B. floridae) and an Asian amphioxus (B. belcheri), respectively (see Methods). Blan2 corresponds to the latest genome reference for the European amphioxus previous to this publication [8] and Blan3 corresponds to BraLan3, the genome reference for the European amphioxus presented in this...

Additional file 3 of Parallel evolution of amphioxus and vertebrate small-scale gene duplications

Marina Brasó-Vives, Ferdinand Marlétaz, Amina Echchiki, Federica Mantica, Rafael D. Acemel, José L. Gómez-Skarmeta, Diego A. Hartasánchez, Lorlane Le Targa, Pierre Pontarotti, Juan J. Tena, Ignacio Maeso, Hector Escriva, Manuel Irimia & Marc Robinson-Rechavi
Additional file 3. Supplementary Note 1.

Additional file 1 of The combined impact of persistent infections and human genetic variation on C-reactive protein levels

Flavia Hodel, Olivier Naret, Clara Bonnet, Nicole Brenner, Noemi Bender, Tim Waterboer, Pedro Marques-Vidal, Peter Vollenweider & Jacques Fellay
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Flowchart illustrating the inclusion/exclusion of individuals in the study. Orange boxes indicate the number of included antigens and pathogens.

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