93 Works

GL Transparency: Through a Glass Clearly

Keith Jeffery & Anne Asserson
GL (Grey literature, interpreted here as grey objects) is very heterogeneous in content, form and quality. Most GL objects evolve through a workflow. Some of these phases involve some form of evaluation or peer review, commonly internal within the management structure of an organisation and possibly involving external advice, including from ‘friendly peers’ via an e-preprint mechanism. Unlike white literature the evaluation process commonly is unrecorded and undocumented. This leads to accusations that grey literature...

Auditing Grey in a CRIS Environment

Keith Jeffery & Anne Asserson
We define grey as information that is not peer reviewed scholarly publications. In the CRIS (Current Research Information System) domain Grey includes not only non-peer reviewed publications (typically technical papers) but also performance art, art artifacts, design documents, models (e.g. for engineering or architecture) and – increasingly importantly – research datasets. Recently national governments - inspired by the work of W3C on LOD (Linked Open Data in the context of the Semantic Web) – have...

The Forgotten Kingdom. New investigations in the prehistory of Eswatini

Gregor D. Bader, Bob Forrester, Lisa Ehlers, Elizabeth Velliky, Brandy Lee MacDonald & Jörg Linstädter
Journal of Global Archaeology, 2021

Additional file 2 of The lower airways microbiota and antimicrobial peptides indicate dysbiosis in sarcoidosis

Kristel S. Knudsen, Sverre Lehmann, Rune Nielsen, Solveig Tangedal, Andreu Paytuvi-Gallart, Walter Sanseverino, Einar M. H. Martinsen, Pieter S. Hiemstra & Tomas M. Eagan
Additional file 2: Supplementary Table 1. Comparison of beta diversity by pairwise PERMANOVA between the sarcoidosis patients and controls for fungal and bacterial taxa sampled by different methods* and assessed by different beta diversity metrices. Supplementary Table 2. Spearman's correlation coefficients (rho) and p-values for differences in alpha diversity correlated with antimicrobial peptides.

Additional file 1 of ADSCs-derived exosomes ameliorate hepatic fibrosis by suppressing stellate cell activation and remodeling hepatocellular glutamine synthetase-mediated glutamine and ammonia homeostasis

Baitong Wu, Jiuxing Feng, Jingyi Guo, Jian Wang, Guanghui Xiu, Jiaqi Xu, Ke Ning, Bin Ling, Qingchun Fu & Jun Xu
Additional file 1.Table S1. Primers Sequences used in q-PCR assay.

Additional file 1 of Contact osteogenesis by biodegradable 3D-printed poly(lactide-co-trimethylene carbonate)

Mohamad Nageeb Hassan, Mohammed Ahmed Yassin, Ahmed Maher Eltawila, Ahmed Emad Aladawi, Samih Mohamed-Ahmed, Salwa Suliman, Sherif Kandil & Kamal Mustafa
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Additional file 1 of Survival analysis of patients with COVID-19 admitted at six hospitals in Uganda in 2021: a cohort study

Asad Muyinda, Prossie M. Ingabire, Susan Nakireka, Criscent Tumuhaise, Edith Namulema, Felix Bongomin, Agnes Napyo, Quraish Sserwanja, Rozen Ainembabazi, Ronald Olum, Ritah Nantale, Phillip Akunguru, Derrick Nomujuni, William Olwit, Milton W. Musaba, Bridget Namubiru, Pamela Aol, Peter A. Babigumira, Ian Munabi, Sarah Kiguli & David Mukunya
Additional file 1: Figure 4. Intersection of symptoms experienced by COVID-19 patients hospitalized in selected hospitals in Uganda in 2021. Figure 5. Intersection of comorbidities of COVID-19 patients hospitalized in selected hospitals in Uganda in 2021. Figure 6. Intersection of medications given to COVID-19 patients hospitalized in selected hospitals in Uganda in 2021.

Additional file 1 of Human intracranial pulsatility during the cardiac cycle: a computational modelling framework

Marius Causemann, Vegard Vinje & Marie E. Rognes
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Quantities of interest computed for a sequence of uniformly refined meshes (coarse, mid, fine) with a fixed number of time steps (320 time steps per cardiac cycle).

Additional file 1 of Laboratory study of Fritillaria lifecycle reveals key morphogenetic events leading to genus-specific anatomy

Simon Henriet, Anne Aasjord & Daniel Chourrout
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Identification of F. haplostoma. A) Observation of specimen with hallmark characters for species determination. B) Simplified species determination key for the Fritillaria genus, adapted from Fenaux [27]. ac, amphichordate cells; ol, outer layer of the ovary; ov, ovary; sc, subchordate cells; te, testis. Fig. S2. Tail development in Fritillaria borealis. A) Optical sections in the tail of the early larva (same specimen shown in Fig. 6A), showing the arrangement of...

Additional file 1 of Laboratory study of Fritillaria lifecycle reveals key morphogenetic events leading to genus-specific anatomy

Simon Henriet, Anne Aasjord & Daniel Chourrout
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Identification of F. haplostoma. A) Observation of specimen with hallmark characters for species determination. B) Simplified species determination key for the Fritillaria genus, adapted from Fenaux [27]. ac, amphichordate cells; ol, outer layer of the ovary; ov, ovary; sc, subchordate cells; te, testis. Fig. S2. Tail development in Fritillaria borealis. A) Optical sections in the tail of the early larva (same specimen shown in Fig. 6A), showing the arrangement of...

Additional file 1 of Factors associated with formal and informal resource utilization in nursing home patients with and without dementia: cross-sectional analyses from the COSMOS trial

Maarja Vislapuu, Line Iden Berge, Renira C. Angeles, Egil Kjerstad, Janne Mannseth, Wilco P. Achterberg & Bettina S. Husebo
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Additional file 1 of The evolvement of trust in response to the COVID-19 pandemic among migrants in Norway

Raquel Herrero-Arias, Gaby Ortiz-Barreda, Elżbieta Czapka & Esperanza Diaz
Supplementary Material 1. Interview Guide

Additional file 1 of The evolvement of trust in response to the COVID-19 pandemic among migrants in Norway

Raquel Herrero-Arias, Gaby Ortiz-Barreda, Elżbieta Czapka & Esperanza Diaz
Supplementary Material 1. Interview Guide

Analysis of Plasmodium falciparum myosin B ATPase activity and structure in complex with the calmodulin-like domain of its light chain MLC-B

Isa Pires, Yu-Fu Hung, Ulrich Bergmann, Justin E Molloy & Inari Kursula
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Shift workers are at increased risk of severe COVID-19 compared with day workers: Results from the international COVID sleep study (ICOSS) of 7141 workers

Bjørn Bjorvatn, Ilona Merikanto, Catia Reis, Maria Korman, Adrijana Koscec Bjelajac, Brigitte Holzinger, Luigi De Gennaro, Yun Kwok Wing, Charles M. Morin, Colin A. Espie, Christian Benedict, Anne-Marie Landtblom, Kentaro Matsui, Harald Hrubos-Strøm, Sérgio Mota-Rolim, Michael R. Nadorff, Giuseppe Plazzi, Rachel Ngan Yin Chan, Markku Partinen, Yves Dauvilliers, Frances Chung & Ingeborg Forthun
The present study had two main aims. First, to investigate whether shift/night workers had a higher prevalence and severity of COVID-19 compared with day workers. Second, to investigate whether people regularly working in face-to-face settings during the pandemic exhibited a higher prevalence and severity of COVID-19 compared with those having no need to be in close contact with others at work. Data consisted of 7141 workers from 15 countries and four continents who participated in...

Relating Intellectual Property Products to the Corporate Context

Keith Jeffery & Anne Asserson
The knowledge society demands that organizations utilise to the full the IP (intellectual property) they generate and acquire. In a context of research, development and innovation, the IP consists of products, patents and publications (in the widest sense – any stored representation of human intellect). While conventional research publications (white literature) provide much of the visible IP, the ‘submerged part of the iceberg’ is the grey literature. With OA (Open Access) technologies the line between...

Hyperactive Grey Objects

Keith Jeffery & Anne Asserson
Previous papers on Grey literature by the authors have described (1) the need for formal metadata to allow machine understanding and therefore scalable operations; (2) the enhancement of repositories of grey (and other) e-publications by linking with CRIS (Current Research Information Systems); (3) the use of the research process to collect metadata incrementally reducing the threshold barrier for end-users and improving quality in an ambient GRIDs environment. This paper takes the development one step further...

INTEREST - INTERoperation for Exploitation, Science and Technology

Keith Jeffery & Anne Asserson
This paper addresses the topic of interoperation of Grey resources. The title should be read as INTERoperation for Exploitation, Science and Technology. It builds on work by the authors published in previous GL conferences. The method is architectural analysis and comparison. The costs of the study are negligible, but of course the costs of implementing any solution are considerable. The result/conclusion is that CERIF (Common European Research Information Format) is the essential component to meet...

Grey in the Innovation Process

Keith Jeffery & Anne Asserson
The research lifecycle has multiple objectives materialised as outputs, outcomes and impacts. Typical outputs are research publications (including grey literature), patents and products such as research datasets and software, many kinds of art or prototype engineering artifacts. Outcomes include patent licence income, value of a company set up to exploit the output or trained research staff. Impacts include employment creation, a commercial product that saves lives or labour or development of a new field of...

Political media effects in a Nordic perspective

Audun Beyer, Erik Knudsen, Kim Andersen & Adam Shehata

Pilgrimage to a Greek Island Shrine

Evy Johanne Håland

Ny forskning: Disse corona-restriktioner er mest belastende for os

Bjørn Sætrevik, Sebastian Bjørkheim & Kristine Bærøe

Additional file 3 of MRI adipose tissue segmentation and quantification in R (RAdipoSeg)

Christine Haugen, Vegard Lysne, Ingfrid Haldorsen, Erling Tjora, Oddrun Anita Gudbrandsen, Jørn Vegard Sagen, Simon N. Dankel & Gunnar Mellgren
Additional file 3. Characteristics of the mouse and human studies/groups used for the fat segmentation.

Additional file 1 of Human intracranial pulsatility during the cardiac cycle: a computational modelling framework

Marius Causemann, Vegard Vinje & Marie E. Rognes
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Quantities of interest computed for a sequence of uniformly refined meshes (coarse, mid, fine) with a fixed number of time steps (320 time steps per cardiac cycle).

Supplemental Material - Marital Histories and Associations With Later-Life Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment Risk in the HUNT4 70+ Study in Norway

Vegard Skirbekk, Catherine E. Bowen, Asta Håberg, Astanand Jugessur, Bo Engdahl, Bernt Bratsberg, Ekaterina Zotcheva, Geir Selbæk, Hans-Peter Kohler, Jordan Weiss, Jennifer R. Harris, Sarah E. Tom, Steinar Krokstad, Yaakov Stern & Bjørn Heine Strand
Supplemental Material for Marital Histories and Associations With Later-Life Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment Risk in the HUNT4 70+ Study in Norway by Vegard Skirbekk, Asta Håberg, Ekaterina Zotcheva, Bo Lars Engdahl, Steinar Krokstad, Hans-Peter Kohler, Astanand Jugessur, PhD, Bernt Bratsberg, Jordan Weiss, PhD, Catherine Bowen, Sarah Tom, PhD, Jennifer Harris, PhD, Yaakov Stern, PhD, Geir Selbæk, and Heine Strand, PhD in Journal of Aging and Health

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