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Additional file 1 of Characterization of sepsis inflammatory endotypes using circulatory proteins in patients with severe infection: a prospective cohort study

Isis Ricaño-Ponce, Anca-Lelia Riza, Aline H. de Nooijer, Andrei Pirvu, Stefania Dorobantu, Adina Dragos, Ioana Streata, Mihaela Roskanovic, Inge Grondman, Florentina Dumitrescu, Vinod Kumar, Mihai G. Netea & Mihai Ioana
Additional file 1. Supplementary figure 1. Correlation plot of the 75 proteins included in the study in healthy controls and patients with severe infections. The correlation matrix was generated using the “psych” package in R and it was plotted using corrplot from the “rstatix” package. The colours represent the degree of pairwise correlation based on Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient. Positive correlations are depicted in red, while negative correlations are in blue. The size of the...

Additional file 2 of Characterization of sepsis inflammatory endotypes using circulatory proteins in patients with severe infection: a prospective cohort study

Isis Ricaño-Ponce, Anca-Lelia Riza, Aline H. de Nooijer, Andrei Pirvu, Stefania Dorobantu, Adina Dragos, Ioana Streata, Mihaela Roskanovic, Inge Grondman, Florentina Dumitrescu, Vinod Kumar, Mihai G. Netea & Mihai Ioana
Additional file 2. Supplementary tables. Supplementary Table 1 shows the results from the differential abundance analysis between patients with severe infections and healthy controls. Supplementary Table 2 shows the results from the differential abundance analysis between the two endotypes.

sj-docx-1-scx-10.1177_10755470221129608 – Supplemental material for Benefits and Pitfalls of Debunking Interventions to Counter mRNA Vaccination Misinformation During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Philipp Schmid & Cornelia Betsch
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-scx-10.1177_10755470221129608 for Benefits and Pitfalls of Debunking Interventions to Counter mRNA Vaccination Misinformation During the COVID-19 Pandemic by Philipp Schmid and Cornelia Betsch in Science Communication

Additional file 1 of How a generally well-accepted measles vaccine mandate may lead to inequities and decreased vaccine uptake: a preregistered survey study in Germany

Julia Neufeind, Nora Schmid-Küpke, Eva Rehfuess, Cornelia Betsch & Ole Wichmann
Additional file 1: Supplementary Figure 1. Directed acyclic graph (DAG) on hypothesis 2: Higher reactance to the measles mandate among parents decreases uptake of other vaccines and the intention to vaccinate children against other diseases. Supplementary Table 1. ANCOVA results for socio-economic status (income) and for knowledge about the measles vaccine mandate and the measles vaccine. Supplementary Table 2. ANCOVA results for socio-economic status (education) and for knowledge about the measles vaccine mandate and the...

Additional file 1 of How a generally well-accepted measles vaccine mandate may lead to inequities and decreased vaccine uptake: a preregistered survey study in Germany

Julia Neufeind, Nora Schmid-Küpke, Eva Rehfuess, Cornelia Betsch & Ole Wichmann
Additional file 1: Supplementary Figure 1. Directed acyclic graph (DAG) on hypothesis 2: Higher reactance to the measles mandate among parents decreases uptake of other vaccines and the intention to vaccinate children against other diseases. Supplementary Table 1. ANCOVA results for socio-economic status (income) and for knowledge about the measles vaccine mandate and the measles vaccine. Supplementary Table 2. ANCOVA results for socio-economic status (education) and for knowledge about the measles vaccine mandate and the...

Nanostructural and piezoelectric characterization of electro-formed δ-phase poly(vinylidene fluoride) thin films

Davide Disnan, Jonas Hafner, Simone Benaglia, Marco Teuschel, Michael Schneider, Ricardo Garcia & Ulrich Schmid
Ferroelectric polymer PVDF possesses different polymorphs. Solution-processed thin films crystallize mostly into the paraelectric α-phase. From α-PVDF, the electroactive phases β-, γ-, δ-PVDF can be achieved by further treatments. For instance, δ-PVDF, also known as αp-phase, can be obtained by electro-forming. In this work, we study the α-PVDF surface morphology using atomic force microscopy through a high-resolution image at the sub-nanometre scale. We go through the ferro- and piezoelectric properties of the electro-formed δ-PVDF thin...

Nanostructural and piezoelectric characterization of electro-formed δ-phase poly(vinylidene fluoride) thin films

Davide Disnan, Jonas Hafner, Simone Benaglia, Marco Teuschel, Michael Schneider, Ricardo Garcia & Ulrich Schmid
Ferroelectric polymer PVDF possesses different polymorphs. Solution-processed thin films crystallize mostly into the paraelectric α-phase. From α-PVDF, the electroactive phases β-, γ-, δ-PVDF can be achieved by further treatments. For instance, δ-PVDF, also known as αp-phase, can be obtained by electro-forming. In this work, we study the α-PVDF surface morphology using atomic force microscopy through a high-resolution image at the sub-nanometre scale. We go through the ferro- and piezoelectric properties of the electro-formed δ-PVDF thin...

Additional file 1 of Cross-site collaboration on infection prevention and control research—room for improvement? A 7-year comparative study in five European countries

Vanessa M. Eichel, Christina Brühwasser, Enrique Castro-Sánchez, Gabriel Birgand, Erik Bathoorn, Florian Salm & Nico T. Mutters
Additional file 1. Table S1: Included university hospitals, Scientific Collaboration Impact, publications, and H-Index.

Tectonic Systems (TSK Open Session)

Niko Froitzheim, Michael Stipp & Kamil Ustaszewski
We invite contributions from the fields of tectonics, structural geology, and crystalline geology. Regional and process-oriented studies from all kinds of active or fossil tectonic settings are welcome – rifting, ocean spreading, subduction, collision, transform, as well as intra-plate deformation. Studies dealing with the development of methods related to the deformation of crust and lithosphere from the micro-scale to plate scale are also invited.

A Fresh Breeze in the Palace: The Courtly Function of the Yok Waal

Sven Gronemeyer
The present note is about a very rare lexeme in the epigraphic record: waal ‘fan’. Among the handful of examples, a unique context on the polychrome ceramic vessel K2914, the famous Denver Art Museum vase, allows identification of a hitherto unrecognized courtly function: yok waal as the ‘fan-bearer’ or ‘fan-wielder’.

The Sign 576 as a Logograph for KUK, a Type of Bundle

Christian M. Prager

Llanos de Mojos, Bolivien. Die Wiederentdeckung des »Mound Velarde«. Die Arbeiten des Jahres 2019

Heiko Prümers & Carla Jaimes Betancourt
More than 100 years ago swedish ethnologist Erland Nordenskiöld pioneered in the archaeology of the bolivian amazon lowlands. At Mound Velarde, a prehispanic settlement located on the land of the Estancia San Miguelito, he made the first stratigraphic observations in Bolivia. A detailed report of his work was published in 1913 leaving one thing open: the exact location of the site. In October 2019, surveys carried out in the region using LIDAR (Light detection and...

A Possible Mention of the “Xukalnaah” Emblem Title on Altar de los Reyes, Altar 3

Wagner Elisabeth
During the 2002 season of the long-term archaeological survey of southern Campeche led by Ivan Šprajc a fragmented circular monument was discovered. Its inscription records a long list of emblem glyphs, after which its site of discovery, formerly named after the ejido Zapote Bobal in which it is located, was aptly renamed as “Altar de los Reyes”. The monument itself was designated as Altar de los Reyes, Altar 3. The altar was found badly shattered...

Two Vessels from Xultun Workshops in the Tikal Center for Conservation and Research

Guido Krempel, Sebastián Matteo & Dmitri Beliaev
During the past decade the corpus of inscriptions pertaining to the Baax Witz court of Xultun has been significantly amplified thanks to recent archaeological investigations as well as newly identified polychrome vessels with dedicatory texts in private and institutional collections. Here we present two heretofore unpublished polychrome vessels of unknown provenance, both of which can be ascribed to the pottery workshops of Xultun. One of these vessels provides us with additional evidence for Ix Yax...

Identification of the diagenetic sedimentary environment and hydrothermal fluid fluxes in Southern Ocean sediments (IODP Exp 382) using B, Si and Sr isotopes in interstitial waters

Valentin Mollé , Sonja Geilert , Bridget Kenlee , Klaus Wallmann , Osamu Seki , Ji-Hwan Hwan , Michael E Weber , Maureen Raymo , Victoria L. Peck , Trevor Williams , Florian Scholz & Expedition 382 Scientists
During IODP Expedition 382, two sites were drilled at 53.2°S at the northern edge of the Scotia Sea and three sites at 57.4°–59.4°S in the southern Scotia Sea within the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean. Sediments at both locations alternate between dominant terrigenous components during glacials and dominant biogenic components, carbonate at the northerly sites and opal in the southern Scotia Sea, during interglacials. Here we constrain the geochemical environment in interstitial waters using...

Die Paradigmen der Compassion und Freiheit als Bindeglieder zwischen Theologie und Ethik? Möglichkeiten spirituell-reflexiver Praxis im schulischen Kontext

Maurice Andree & Maike Maria Domsel
In einer Gegenwartsgesellschaft, die von spirituell-religiösem Pluralismus geprägt ist, wird die Verständigung auf einen gemeinsamen Wertekanon durch eine hohe Diversität an spirituellen Weltanschauungen erschwert. Indes wird aufgrund krisenhafter Ereignisse, wie beispielsweise der Covid-19-Pandemie, die Frage virulent, wie eine gemeinschaftsstiftende Ethik und Identität etabliert werden kann, die gemeinsame Krisenbewältigung ermöglicht. Vor diesem Hintergrund soll das ethisch-verbindende Potential der Paradigmen Compassion und Freiheit am Beispiel eines schulischen Erasmus+ Projekts erörtert werden.

On GPS-IR technique for measuring shallow sediment compaction

Makan Karegar
Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn, Germany(1);The solid Earth aspects of relative sea-level change can dominate in low-lying coastal areas with potentially vulnerable to accelerating rates of sea-level rise. Global Positioning System (GPS) as companion tools to tide gauges allow long-term assessment of solid Earth deformation, thus essential for disclosing climate-forced mechanisms contributing to sea-level rise (SLR). So far, it has not been possible to measure shallow displacements that occur above the base...

Additional file 1 of Origin of the 3-methylglutaryl moiety in caprazamycin biosynthesis

Daniel Bär, Benjamin Konetschny, Andreas Kulik, Houchao Xu, Davide Paccagnella, Patrick Beller, Nadine Ziemert, Jeroen S. Dickschat & Bertolt Gust
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Degradation of leucine and isovalerate via the Liu-pathway as described for P. aeruginosa PAO1 [29]. Figure S2. Genetic organization of the caprazamycin biosynthetic gene cluster. Genes putatively involved in colour coding according to McErlean et al. [17]. Figure S3. Extracted ion chromatograms of S. coelicolor M1154 (three individual mutants). Masses are shown for caprazamycin aglycons E/F with m/z of 930.5, caprazamycin aglycons C/D/G with m/z of 944.5, caprazamycin aglycons A/B...

sj-docx-1-isp-10.1177_00207640221141020 – Supplemental material for Compulsory psychiatric admissions in the canton of Basel-Stadt between September 2013 and April 2022: Analysis of the cantonal database of the Health Department of Basel-Stadt

Michael Schneider, Moritz Back, Jana S Krückl, Julian Moeller, Undine E Lang & Christian G Huber
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-isp-10.1177_00207640221141020 for Compulsory psychiatric admissions in the canton of Basel-Stadt between September 2013 and April 2022: Analysis of the cantonal database of the Health Department of Basel-Stadt by Michael Schneider, , Moritz Back, Jana S Krückl, Julian Moeller, Undine E Lang and Christian G Huber in International Journal of Social Psychiatry

Ein Autor und seine Region

Julia Burkhardt, Ulf Floßdorf & Anuschka Holste-Massoth
The Cistercian Caesarius of Heisterbach (ca. 1180–1240) is widely known for his Dialogus miraculorum. A similar collection of exempla by Caesarius is considerably less well-known: his Libri VIII miraculorum, the “Eight Miracle Books”. Both works are remarkable sources for 13th century religious and social history, and both mirror the region Caesarius lived and worked. In this article, we systematically analyze and compare persons, places and networks in order to reconstruct Caesarius’ narrative radius.

The Role of Oaths in Seventeenth-Century Manchu-Mongolian Political Culture/ MONGOLICA XXIII №1

Dorothea Heuschert-Laage

The impact of subsoil management on the delivery of ecosystem services

Sophie Ittner, Holger Gerdes, Miriam Athmann, Sara Luise Bauke, Martina Gocke, Julien Guigue, Sanjay Jaiswal, Timo Kautz, Oliver Schmittmann, Stefanie Schulz & Sabine Seidel
In recent years, the interest in subsoil has increased, since it can hold immense reservoirs of nutrients, organic matter and water. The subsoil can therefore provide important ecosystem services for the agricultural production system and beyond. This paper assesses the sustainability of two subsoil management measures with regard to the delivery of soil-related ecosystem services: a) the cultivation of deep-rooted pre-crops (biological approach) and b) stripwise mechanical subsoil loosening in combination with the incorporation of...

Postnatal growth rates of the dwarf hippo Phanourios minor from the Pleistocene of Cyprus

Anneke H. van Heteren & P. Martin Sander
Cyprus, in the Pleistocene, was extremely isolated from a geological and biogeographical point of view. Only two macromammals successfully colonised the island before the Holocene: Elephas cypriotes, approximately 1.4 metres tall at the withers, and Phanourios minor. The latter is the smallest dwarfed hippo ever found; it stood 70 centimetres at the withers and weighed an estimated 200 kilograms, approximately 10% of its mainland ancestor’s weight. The main objective of this study was to determine...

Decoupled dust deposition and ocean productivity in the Antarctic Zone of the Southern Ocean over the past 1.5 million years

Michael E. Weber , Ian Bailey , Sidney R. Hemming , Yasmina M. Martos , Brendan T. Reilly , Thomas A. Ronge , Stefanie Brachfeld , Trevor Williams , Maureen Raymo , Simon T. Belt , Hendrik Vogel , Victoria Peck , Linda Armbrecht , Alix Cage , Fabricio G. Cardillo , Zhiheng Du , Gerson Fauth , Christopher J. Fogwill , Marga Garcia , Marlo Garnsworthy , Anna Glüder , Michelle Guitard , Marcus Gutjahr , Iván Hernández-Almeida , Frida S. Hoem … & Xufeng Zheng
Southern Ocean paleoceanography provides key insights into how iron fertilization and oceanic productivity developed through Pleistocene ice-ages and their role in influencing the carbon cycle. We report the first high-resolution record of dust deposition and ocean productivity for the Antarctic Zone, close to the main dust source, Patagonia. Our deep-ocean records cover the last 1.5 Ma, thus doubling that from Antarctic ice-cores. We find a ≥10-fold increase in dust deposition during glacials and a ≤5-fold...

Diverse Cultures, Universal Capacity: An Interview with Markus Gabriel

Yue Li & Markus Gabriel
The documentary Philosophy in the Age of Desire records a short encounter between Markus Gabriel and Hiroshi Ishiguro’s Geminoid in 2018. Their exchange on the role of technology in human life, on the conception of human being, and other topics revealed noticeable differences between the German philosopher and the Japanese engineer, but can these be interpreted as “cultural” differences? Four years later two separate interviews follow up on their conversation, This interview explores their differences...

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