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Additional file 1 of HMOX1 STR polymorphism and malaria: an analysis of a large clinical dataset

Fergus Hamilton, Ruth Mitchell, Aubrey Cunnington, Peter Ghazal & Nicholas J. Timpson
Additional file 1: Table S1. Influence of ethnicity on case status and severe malaria subtypes. Table S2. Effect estimates for severe malaria subtypes (values represent OR, 95% CI, and p value). Table S3. Effect estimates for the primary outcome using an allelic and genotypic model. Figure S1. Effect estimates from the allelic model for all outcomes. Figure S2. Effect estimates from the genotypic model. Table S2. Differing ethnicities and case status in the Kenya population....

Additional file 1 of Subcutaneous fat necrosis in newborns: a systematic literature review of case reports and model of pathophysiology

Leonie Frank, Stephanie Brandt & Martin Wabitsch
Additional file 1: Table S1. Included publication in analysis of the research question. Table S2. Excluded references and reason for exclusion.

Additional file 1 of What is the purpose of clinical trial monitoring?

Sharon B. Love, Victoria Yorke-Edwards, Elizabeth Ward, Rebecca Haydock, Katie Keen, Katie Biggs, Gosala Gopalakrishnan, Lucy Marsh, Lydia O’Sullivan, Lisa Fox, Estelle Payerne, Kerenza Hood & Garry Meakin
Additional file 1. Sources used for the paper.

Additional file 1 of Anti-cholinergic drug burden in patients with dementia increases after hospital admission: a multicentre cross-sectional study

Annabelle Hook, Jessica L. Randall, Carla M. Grubb, Natalie Ellis, Jack Wellington, Aayushi Hemmad, Agisilaos Zerdelis, Andrew R. D. Winnett, Benjamin D. W. Geers, Bethany Sykes, Charlotte N. Auty, Cecilia Vinchenzo, Christiane E. Thorburn, Daniella Asogbon, Emily Granger, Heather Boagey, Juliet Raphael, Kajal Patel, Kartik Bhargava, Mary-Kate M. Dolley, Matthew J. Maden, Mehdin M. Shah, Qao M. Lee, Ratnaraj Vaidya, Simran Sehdev … & Judith R. Harrison
Additional file 1: Appendix A. SPARC collaborators. Appendix B. Table 1 - Details of the 17 hospital sites in the United Kingdom involved in the study. Appendix C. Data Collection Form (questions included on software Enketo [18]).

Additional file 5 of Developing principles for sharing information about potential trial intervention benefits and harms with patients: report of a modified Delphi survey

Martina Svobodova, Nina Jacob, Kerry Hood, Katie Gillies, Rachel Hale, Jennifer Bostock, Peter Bower, Adrian Edwards, Penelope Farthing, Sarah Rawlinson, Shaun Treweek & Jeremy Howick
Additional file 5. Full round 2 results.

Additional file 8 of Developing principles for sharing information about potential trial intervention benefits and harms with patients: report of a modified Delphi survey

Martina Svobodova, Nina Jacob, Kerry Hood, Katie Gillies, Rachel Hale, Jennifer Bostock, Peter Bower, Adrian Edwards, Penelope Farthing, Sarah Rawlinson, Shaun Treweek & Jeremy Howick
Additional file 8. Round 1 free-text comments.

Additional file 9 of Developing principles for sharing information about potential trial intervention benefits and harms with patients: report of a modified Delphi survey

Martina Svobodova, Nina Jacob, Kerry Hood, Katie Gillies, Rachel Hale, Jennifer Bostock, Peter Bower, Adrian Edwards, Penelope Farthing, Sarah Rawlinson, Shaun Treweek & Jeremy Howick
Additional file 9. Round 2 free-text comments.

Additional file 1 of Developing principles for sharing information about potential trial intervention benefits and harms with patients: report of a modified Delphi survey

Martina Svobodova, Nina Jacob, Kerry Hood, Katie Gillies, Rachel Hale, Jennifer Bostock, Peter Bower, Adrian Edwards, Penelope Farthing, Sarah Rawlinson, Shaun Treweek & Jeremy Howick
Additional file 1. CREDES Checklist.

Additional file 1 of Development of a measure to assess the quality of proxy decisions about research participation on behalf of adults lacking capacity to consent: the Combined Scale for Proxy Informed Consent Decisions (CONCORD scale)

Victoria Shepherd, Kerenza Hood, Katie Gillies & Fiona Wood
Additional file 1. Illustrative quotes from participants in Phase 4 cognitive interviews.

Additional file 1 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 1. Defining LARC events using (a) read codes and (b) BNF prescription codes.

Additional file 3 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 3. Assumptions agreed by the Plan-it study team in advance.

Additional file 5 of The acceptability of asking women to delay removal of a long-acting reversible contraceptive to take part in a preconception weight loss programme: a mixed methods study using qualitative and routine data (Plan-it)

Susan Channon, Elinor Coulman, Rebecca Cannings-John, Josie Henley, Mandy Lau, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Heather Strange, Freya Davies, Julia Sanders, Caroline Scherf, Zoe Couzens & Leah Morantz
Additional file 5. Defining the groups based on LARC use, events related to planning a pregnancy andcontrary events, and conception.

CD1d-dependent rewiring of lipid metabolism in macrophages regulates innate immune responses.

Phillip M Brailey, Lauren Evans, Juan Carlos López-Rodríguez, Anthony Sinadinos, Victoria Tyrrel, Gavin Kelly, Valerie O'Donnell, Peter Ghazal, Susan John & Patricia Barral
Alterations in cellular metabolism underpin macrophage activation, yet little is known regarding how key immunological molecules regulate metabolic programs in macrophages. Here we uncover a function for the antigen presenting molecule CD1d in the control of lipid metabolism. We show that CD1d-deficient macrophages exhibit a metabolic reprogramming, with a downregulation of lipid metabolic pathways and an increase in exogenous lipid import. This metabolic rewiring primes macrophages for enhanced responses to innate signals, as CD1d-KO cells...

Data Analysis (pdf) from Rapid evolution of diet choice in an introduced population of Trinidadian guppies

Shawna Smith, Amina Mohamed, Jeferson A. Amaral, Nana Kusi, Alexander Smith, Swanne P. Gordon & Andrés López-Sepulcre
pdf file with the commented code used for data analysis

sj-docx-2-jvi-10.1177_02646196221145378 – Supplemental material for Eye movement in reading and linguistic processing among bilingualism in oculomotor apraxia in patients with aphasia

Fazlallah Afshangian, Abbas Rahimi Jaberi, Jack Wellington, Sherif Ahmed Kamel Amer, Bipin Chaurasia, Shokufeh khanzadeh, Hosien Safari, Tomas Freddi, Ahmad Soltani, Leonardo Pipek, Dan Zimelewicz Oberman, Mehmet Resid Onen, Erol Akgul, Nicola Montemurro, Saeedeh Hajebi Khaniki & Radnoosh Pashmforoosh
Supplemental material, sj-docx-2-jvi-10.1177_02646196221145378 for Eye movement in reading and linguistic processing among bilingualism in oculomotor apraxia in patients with aphasia by Fazlallah Afshangian, Abbas Rahimi Jaberi, Jack Wellington, Sherif Ahmed Kamel Amer, Bipin Chaurasia, Shokufeh khanzadeh, Hosien Safari, Tomas Freddi, Ahmad Soltani, Leonardo Pipek, Dan Zimelewicz Oberman, Mehmet Resid Onen, Erol Akgul, Nicola Montemurro, Saeedeh Hajebi Khaniki and Radnoosh Pashmforoosh in The British Journal of Visual Impairment

Expert perceptions of public engagement with Carbon Capture and Storage

Dimitrios Xenias & Lorraine E Whitmarsh
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is widely seen as a key technology for mitigating climate change. This research comprises a dataset formed of two parts, which stem from mixed-methods research (comprising expert interviews and an online survey) to elucidate CCS experts' perceptions and rationales, and expose CCS expert views of public engagement. The first part of the dataset presents the results of qualitative analysis of qualitative interviews (N=13) from experts who are active in the...

Public perceptions of Carbon Capture and Storage

Dimitrios Xenias & Lorraine E Whitmarsh
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) involves trapping carbon dioxide (CO2) from power generation and heavy industrial processes and directing it into long-term geological storage (e.g. in depleted oil fields or saline aquifers). In doing so, CCS could facilitate global carbon abatement efforts. Yet, it remains controversial with high-profile public opposition to particular CCS developments. This dataset contains findings from a large-scale international experimental study of public perceptions of CCS. The study examined how individual, geographical...

Conducting Qualitative Longitudinal Research: Fieldwork Experiences

Joanna Bornat, Bill Bytheway, Lucy Hadfield, Louise Hemmerman, Fiona Shirani & Susie Weller
This collection draws on the fieldwork experiences of some of the researchers involved in the ESRC 'Timescapes: Changing Relationships and Identities throughthe Life Course‘ programme. Timescapes, the first major Qualitative Longitudinal (QLL) study to be funded in the UK, aims to build a picture of life in 21st century Britain by gathering, archiving and analysing interviews from over 400 people living in a variety of circumstances across the UK. Temporal understanding is central to the...

When Asking \"What\" and \"How\" Helps You Win: Mimicry of Interrogative Terms Facilitates Successful Online Negotiations

Kate Muir, Adam Joinson, Emily Collins, Rachel Cotterill & Nigel Dewdney

Effects of glycerol and glucose on docosahexaenoic acid synthesis in Aurantiochyrium limacinum SFD-1502 by transcriptome analysis

Huaqiu Zhang, Xiangying Zhao, Chen Zhao, Jiaxiang Zhang, Yang Liu, Mingjing Yao & Jianjun Liu
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) has numerous functions in adjusting the organic health and pragmatic value in medicine and food field. In this study, we compared glycerol and glucose as the only carbon source for DHA production by Aurantiochytrium. When the glycerol concentration was 120 g/L, the maximum DHA yield was 11.08 g/L, and the DHA yield increased significantly, reaching 47.67% of the total lipid content. When the cells grew in glucose, the DHA proportion was 37.39%....

Additional file 3 of Developing principles for sharing information about potential trial intervention benefits and harms with patients: report of a modified Delphi survey

Martina Svobodova, Nina Jacob, Kerry Hood, Katie Gillies, Rachel Hale, Jennifer Bostock, Peter Bower, Adrian Edwards, Penelope Farthing, Sarah Rawlinson, Shaun Treweek & Jeremy Howick
Additional file 3. Full round 1 results.

Additional file 4 of Developing principles for sharing information about potential trial intervention benefits and harms with patients: report of a modified Delphi survey

Martina Svobodova, Nina Jacob, Kerry Hood, Katie Gillies, Rachel Hale, Jennifer Bostock, Peter Bower, Adrian Edwards, Penelope Farthing, Sarah Rawlinson, Shaun Treweek & Jeremy Howick
Additional file 4. Summary round 1 results.

Additional file 5 of Developing principles for sharing information about potential trial intervention benefits and harms with patients: report of a modified Delphi survey

Martina Svobodova, Nina Jacob, Kerry Hood, Katie Gillies, Rachel Hale, Jennifer Bostock, Peter Bower, Adrian Edwards, Penelope Farthing, Sarah Rawlinson, Shaun Treweek & Jeremy Howick
Additional file 5. Full round 2 results.

Additional file 7 of Developing principles for sharing information about potential trial intervention benefits and harms with patients: report of a modified Delphi survey

Martina Svobodova, Nina Jacob, Kerry Hood, Katie Gillies, Rachel Hale, Jennifer Bostock, Peter Bower, Adrian Edwards, Penelope Farthing, Sarah Rawlinson, Shaun Treweek & Jeremy Howick
Additional file 7. Round 1 & 2 free-text comments.

Additional file 8 of Developing principles for sharing information about potential trial intervention benefits and harms with patients: report of a modified Delphi survey

Martina Svobodova, Nina Jacob, Kerry Hood, Katie Gillies, Rachel Hale, Jennifer Bostock, Peter Bower, Adrian Edwards, Penelope Farthing, Sarah Rawlinson, Shaun Treweek & Jeremy Howick
Additional file 8. Round 1 free-text comments.

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