Contributors: Behzad Pourabbas
... Figures for the paper of Microfluidic synthesis of PPy
Maps of Germany and the Czech Republic with photovoltaic and battery system sizes for electricity self-sufficient single-family houses under 18 technical and weather dependent scenarios
Contributors: Luis Ramirez Camargo, Felix Nitsch
... A total of 54 Geotiffs in EPSG:4326 (can easily be opened with GIS software such as ArcGIS or QGIS) is provided . These maps are the results of 18 scenarios (S01-S18) proposed to evaluate technical requirements of electricity self-sufficient single family houses in low population density areas in Germany and the Czech Republic. The non-data values inside of the territory of the countries correspond either to pixels with no population or population beyond 1,500 inhabitants per square kilometre (The classification was made using population data from the LUISA project of the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission). The file names can be interpreted in the same way as the following example: S01_Battery_min_cost_no_sc.tif where S01 is the scenario number (01 to 18 are possible), Battery is the type of technology presented in the map (there are also optimally tilted photovoltaic panels named "PV1" and photovoltaic panels with 70° inclination named "PV2"), “min” stands for minimizing and the following word stands for the minimization objective. In this case with “cost” the objective of the scenario is to minimize cost (“battery” for battery size and “pv” for photovoltaic size are also possible). Additionally, there is “no_sc” for case studies that do not consider snow cover and "sc" in case snow cover is considered. Finally some of the files include a year at the end of the file name. This stands for the year of the irradiation and temperature data sets that were used to run the scenario. All files without a year correspond to scenarios calculated with average weather data (Average hours calculated from two decades of data from the COSMO-REA6 regional reanalysis).
Contributors: Zhengguo Cao, Haiqing Liao, Huihui Zhang, Guanting Chen
... Objectives: The benefits of surgical microscope applied to periodontal therapy were mainly based on subjective statements made by patients or periodontists. In this work, we conducted a quality scientific evaluation to determine the advantages of surgical microscope application during root surface conditioning of extracted teeth. Methods: Extracted teeth were assigned into four groups: NC group, normal teeth( A group ); PC group, untreated periodontitis teeth(B group); Macro group, the root surface instrumented with the naked eyes(C group); Micro group, the root surface instrumented with a microscope(D group). Results: Methylene blue staining and SEM displayed fewer residual calculi on the root surface in the Micro group, compared with that in the Macro group (p<0.01). Nanoindentation results revealed that the nanotopography pattern, elastic modulus, and nanohardness of the root surface in the Micro group were closest to that in the NC group among all of the groups. The immunofluorescence assay and cell proliferation analyses revealed improved morphology and enhanced adhesion and proliferation of periodontal ligament cells on the root surface in the Micro group compared with those in the Macro group. The enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay confirmed that the expression level of IL-6 was the lowest in the NC group but was not significantly different among the remaining groups. Conclusions: Hence, surgical microscope application could improve the outcomes of periodontal treatment.
Contributors: Francisco Javier Ancin-Murguzur, Sari Kontunen-Soppela, Antti Haapala, Aitor Barbero-López
... Model and script to measure fungal growth in Petri dishes as shown in Ancin-Murguzur et al 2018: Automated image analysis tool to measure microbial growth on solid cultures Original data and script are available on request
Data for: Characterization of drug release from fibrin gels loaded with different pharmaceutical and experimental doxorubicin formulations
Contributors: Maurizio Viale, Aldo Profumo, Valentina Giglio, Michele Cilli, Anna Aprile, Mattia Rocco, Irena Maric, Massimiliano Monticone, Maria Luisa Abelmoschi
... Mean fluorescence intensity obtained by a cooled CCD camera mounted in a light-tight specimen box (IVIS Lumina II, Xenogen). Fibrinogen was labelled with Alexa-Fluor 594.
Contributors: Ryan Anderson, David Rubin, Kevin Lewis, Claire Newman, Lauren Edgar
... gale2_1mded.tif = Digital elevation model of the study area. PSP_001422_1750_RED.jp2 = Full-resolution HiRISE image of the study area. PSP_001422_1750_REDmos_hijitreged_o1m.j2k = 1m scale ortho image. *.tfw files are "world files" containing map projection information.
Data for: The optimal arrangement of vortex generators for best heat transfer enhancement in flat-tube-fin heat exchanger
Contributors: Toshio Tagawa, KeWei Song
... Figures are uploaded for paper entitled "The optimal arrangement of vortex generators for best heat transfer enhancement in flat-tube-fin heat exchanger".
Contributors: Johannes Walter
... Replication Fork Reversal During DNA Interstrand Crosslink Repair Requires CMG Unloading-Amunugama et al. Cell Reports (2018)
Microstructure and mechanical properties of Ni foam/stainless steel joint brazed with Ni-based alloy.
Contributors: Hoejun Heo
... Ni foam/SS 304 for an advanced heat exchanger was successfully brazed at 1030–1090 °C for 0–60 min using MBF 20 filler metal in a high-vacuum furnace. The mechanical properties and microstructural evolution were investigated in this study.
Contributors: Maxim Nikitin
... Dataset for the article