17 Works

Sedimentology of the Bromacker (Thuringian Forest Basin, Germany; early Permian): Classification of sedimentary structures

Frank Scholze
The Thuringian Forest Basin (southern Thuringia, central Germany) is composed of volcanic and sedimentary rocks belonging to the Gehren Subgroup and the Rotliegend Group of late Carboniferous–early Permian age. The ~8x10 km wide main part of the Tambach-Dietharz (sub-)basin contains the Tambach Formation, which is characterized by red-bed deposits of early Permian (Artinskian) age. Lithostratigraphically, the Tambach Formation can be subdivided into three members, in ascending stratigraphic order: Bielstein Conglomerate, Tambach Sandstone, Finsterbergen Conglomerate. So...

Additional file 1 of Effect of personalized perioperative blood pressure management on postoperative complications and mortality in high-risk patients having major abdominal surgery: protocol for a multicenter randomized trial (IMPROVE-multi)

Alina Bergholz, Agnes S. Meidert, Moritz Flick, Linda Krause, Eik Vettorazzi, Antonia Zapf, Frank M. Brunkhorst, Patrick Meybohm, Kai Zacharowski, Alexander Zarbock, Daniel I. Sessler, Karim Kouz & Bernd Saugel
Additional file 1. SPIRIT checklist.

Additional file 1 of Intrinsic Risk Factors for Ankle Sprain Differ Between Male and Female Athletes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Joel Mason, Christoph Kniewasser, Karsten Hollander & Astrid Zech
Additional file 1. Forest plots for potential risk factors for ankle sprain in males and female athletes.

The Zagros Mountain Front Flexure in Kurdistan Region of Iraq: Structural style and Late Pleistocene-Holocene Fault Slip Rates Derived from Structural Modeling and Luminescence Dating of River Terraces

Mjahid Zebari , Frank Preusser , Christoph Grützner , Payman Navabpour & Kamil Ustaszewski
The Zagros Mountain Front Flexure (MFF) makes a prominent topographic and structural step along the Zagros Fold-Thrust Belt that accommodates a significant amount of shortening between the Eurasian and Arabian plates. Here, the structural style below the MFF in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq was reconstructed using balanced cross-sections and forward modeling, and Late Pleistocene-Holocene fault-slip rates were calculated across several structures using luminescence dating of river terraces along the Greater Zab River. A balanced...

Zwischen dem Recht, der Analyse und dem Kampf : Über die Polyvalenz des Privilegs

Tobias Braun
Um die wissenschaftliche Nützlichkeit des Konzeptes der Privilegien taxieren zu können, bietet sich die Distinktion in die Kategorien des Rechts, der Analyse und des Kampfs an. Wie die Verwendung des Begriffs im Sinne eines kodifizierten Rechtsinstituts zwischen einem semantischen Fundus und einer genuinen Funktion politischer Ordnung alterniert, so vermischen sich in der Analyse der Formen sozialer Privilegierung und Diskriminierung Referenzen von Normativität und Faktizität. Als Kampfbegriff kann das Privileg indes als diskursive Figur öffentlicher Debatten...

Additional file 1 of Clinical research diagnostic criteria for bipolar illness (CRDC-BP): rationale and validity

S. Nassir Ghaemi, Jules Angst, Paul A. Vohringer, Eric A. Youngstrom, James Phelps, Philip B. Mitchell, Roger S. McIntyre, Michael Bauer, Eduard Vieta & Samuel Gershon
Additional file 1. Online Supplementary Appendix: Clinical Research Diagnostic Criteria for BipolarDisorder.

Exposition gegenüber SARS-CoV-2 bei medizinischem Fachpersonal in der ambulanten Versorgung

Jörg Bätzing, Joachim Heuer, Urs Dieter Kuhn, Anke Möckel, Manas K. Akmatov, Florian Wolf, Jutta Bleidorn, André Scherag & Thomas Schröter
Schlüsselwörter: Antikörpertest, Arztpraxen, COVID-19, COVID-PraxImmun, ELISA, Exposition, Kohortenstudie, medizinisches Fachpersonal, SARS-CoV-2, Schnelltest, Serologie, Serostatus, Thüringen, Vertragsarztpraxen

Sequence stratigraphy of the Moodies Group (3.2 Ga), Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa

Deon J. Janse van Rensburg , Christoph Heubeck & Sebastian Reimann
The Moodies Group (~3.2 Ga) of the Barberton Greenstone Belt is one of the oldest and best-preserved shallow-water siliciclastic sequences. It also harbors one of the largest occurrences of Paleoarchean microbial mats and the oldest record of early Earth-Moon dynamics. The extent (ca. 40 km * 70 km), lithologic and alluvial-to-prodeltaic facies diversity (incl. paleosols, pedogenic concretions and microbial mats etc.) , good outcrop, and excellent preservation of Moodies strata allows the recognition of mappable...

Additional file 1 of Emergency medical care of patients with psychiatric disorders - challenges and opportunities: Results of a multicenter survey

Benedikt Schick, Benjamin Mayer, Markus Jäger, Bettina Jungwirth, Eberhard Barth, Martin Eble, Christoph Sponholz, Claus-Martin Muth & Carlos Schönfeldt-Lecuona
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Additional file 1 of Emergency medical care of patients with psychiatric disorders - challenges and opportunities: Results of a multicenter survey

Benedikt Schick, Benjamin Mayer, Markus Jäger, Bettina Jungwirth, Eberhard Barth, Martin Eble, Christoph Sponholz, Claus-Martin Muth & Carlos Schönfeldt-Lecuona
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Reassessing evidence of Moon-Earth dynamics: No evidence of shorter lunar months from tidal bundles at 3.2 Ga (Moodies Group, Barberton Greenstone Belt)

Christoph E. Heubeck & Tom Eulenfeld
The sole Archean data point to reconstruct past orbital parameters of the Earth’s moon is from the Moodies Group (ca. 3.22 Ga) of the Barberton Greenstone Belt. From time-series analysis of tidal bundles of a subaqueous sand wave, Eriksson and Simpson (2000) suggested that the Moon’s anomalistic month at 3.2 Ga was closer to 20 days than the present 27.5 days. This is in apparent accordance with models of orbital mechanics which place the Archean...

Additional file 1 of Effect of personalized perioperative blood pressure management on postoperative complications and mortality in high-risk patients having major abdominal surgery: protocol for a multicenter randomized trial (IMPROVE-multi)

Alina Bergholz, Agnes S. Meidert, Moritz Flick, Linda Krause, Eik Vettorazzi, Antonia Zapf, Frank M. Brunkhorst, Patrick Meybohm, Kai Zacharowski, Alexander Zarbock, Daniel I. Sessler, Karim Kouz & Bernd Saugel
Additional file 1. SPIRIT checklist.

Additional file 1 of Scale-up of an amoeba-based process for the production of the cannabinoid precursor olivetolic acid

Johann E. Kufs, Christin Reimer, Emily Steyer, Vito Valiante, Falk Hillmann & Lars Regestein
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Correlation of the cell number and CDW for the 1.6-L, 7-L and 300-L STR. A higher cell number per generated biomass of D. discoideum is shown for the 300-L scale suggesting a decrease in overall cell size. Fig. S2. Pre-culture set-up of pChR7 strain via transfer rate online measurement (TOM). For the pre-culture, a 1-L TOM flask with a filling volume of 250 mL was inoculated at 1 × 106...

Stromatolitic microorganisms in and on top of fluid-escape structures of the 3.2 Ga Moodies Group

Sebastian Reimann , Christoph Heubeck , Martin Homann , Deon Johannes Janse van Rensburg & Michael Wiedenbeck
The global record of early life is only poorly preserved, but has an ark in the 3.2 Ga Moodies Group of the Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa and Eswatini. It preserves silicified photosynthetic and sulfate-reducing metabolic signatures in sandstone-dominated, terrestrial to shallow-marine strata. Large fluid-escape structures are common in thick-bedded kerogen-laminated sandstones of (sub-)tidal facies. We document and interpret silicified, massive and laminated carbonate aggregates and beds, both of likely microbial origin, within and on...

Additional file 1 of Scale-up of an amoeba-based process for the production of the cannabinoid precursor olivetolic acid

Johann E. Kufs, Christin Reimer, Emily Steyer, Vito Valiante, Falk Hillmann & Lars Regestein
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Correlation of the cell number and CDW for the 1.6-L, 7-L and 300-L STR. A higher cell number per generated biomass of D. discoideum is shown for the 300-L scale suggesting a decrease in overall cell size. Fig. S2. Pre-culture set-up of pChR7 strain via transfer rate online measurement (TOM). For the pre-culture, a 1-L TOM flask with a filling volume of 250 mL was inoculated at 1 × 106...

Additional file 1 of Clinical research diagnostic criteria for bipolar illness (CRDC-BP): rationale and validity

S. Nassir Ghaemi, Jules Angst, Paul A. Vohringer, Eric A. Youngstrom, James Phelps, Philip B. Mitchell, Roger S. McIntyre, Michael Bauer, Eduard Vieta & Samuel Gershon
Additional file 1. Online Supplementary Appendix: Clinical Research Diagnostic Criteria for BipolarDisorder.

Additional file 1 of Intrinsic Risk Factors for Ankle Sprain Differ Between Male and Female Athletes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Joel Mason, Christoph Kniewasser, Karsten Hollander & Astrid Zech
Additional file 1. Forest plots for potential risk factors for ankle sprain in males and female athletes.

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