Contributors: Rehan Ahmad, Forest Green
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Data for: Proteomic analysis of therapeutic effects of Qingyi pellet on rodent severe acute pancreatitis-associated lung injury
Contributors: Hailong Chen, Jialin Qu, Lei Li, Hailong Li, Zhongwei Sun
... It's for the paper titled “Proteomic analysis of therapeutic effects of Qingyi pellet on rodent severe acute pancreatitis-associated lung injury”.
Data for: An atomistic simulation of tension-compression asymmetry response of pyramidal dislocations in deformed hcp zirconium
Contributors: Cong Dai
... MATLAB files: Zr_pyramidal_dislocation_Burgers_vector_total.fig, Zr_pyramidal_dislocation_Burgers_vector_big_partial.fig and Zr_pyramidal_dislocation_Burgers_vector_small_partial.fig show Burgers circuit construction to determine the Burgers vector of the dislocation and the partial dislocation. GSFE_pyramidal_plane.fig: the calculation of generalized stacking fault energies of the pyramidal I plane.
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Contributors: Sean Harshman, Kraig Strayer, Anthony Qualley, Mandy Phelps, Zachary Smith, Jennifer Martin, Sharon Rose, Nicole Schaeublin, Daniel Cowan, Rhonda Pitsch
... Sweat was collected from the forearms of male participants. Sweat was aliquoted and frozen after 0, 30, 60, and 90 minutes at either room temperature or body temperature. Samples were lyophilized to dryness, reconstituted, and run by HILIC-MS. Data was acquired on a Q Exactive HF using polarity switching at 15,000 resolution.
Contributors: Henry Lee-Six, Michael Stratton
... Data to support the manuscript "The landscape of somatic mutation in normal colorectal epithelial cells", published in Nature in 2019. Abstract: The colorectal adenoma-carcinoma sequence has provided a paradigmatic framework for understanding the successive somatic genetic changes and consequent clonal expansions leading to cancer. As for most cancer types, however, understanding of the earliest phases of colorectal neoplastic change, which may occur in morphologically normal tissue, is comparatively limited. Here, we whole genome sequenced hundreds of normal crypts from 42 individuals. Signatures of multiple mutational processes were revealed, some ubiquitous and continuous, others only found in some individuals, in some crypts or during certain periods of life. Likely driver mutations were present in ~1% of normal colorectal crypts in middle-aged individuals, indicating that adenomas and carcinomas are rare outcomes of a pervasive process of neoplastic change across morphologically normal colorectal epithelium. Colorectal cancers exhibit substantially elevated mutation burdens relative to normal cells. Sequencing normal colorectal cells provides quantitative insights into the genomic and clonal evolution of cancer.
Port Data Penelitian Personalisasi Konten E-learning Berdasarkan Felder-Silverman Learning Style Model
Contributors: Jeremiah Hasudungan Sihombing
... Port data berikut berisi keseluruhan Data, Dokumen , Produk, dan Perangkat Lunak yang dihasilkan dari penelitian ini. Mohon untuk digunakan sebagai mana mestinya. -JHS-2019
Contributors: Reinaldo Imbrozio Barbosa, Carlos Darwin Angulo Villacorta, Williamar Rodrigues Silva, Lidiany Camila Silva Carvalho
... The dataset provides information on soil texture and fertility for the eastern of Maracá Island, a fluvial island integrated to the Maracá Ecological Station, state of Roraima, northern Brazilian Amazonia. This area represents an ecotone zone in the southern region of the Guyana Shield, which is dominated by mosaics of ombrophilous and seasonal forests in contact with savanna areas. Our sampling took into consideration the PPBio (Biodiversity Research Program) 25-km2 research grid installed in the eastern of Maracá Island. We designed the sampling to be performed in 129 permanent plots located on six 5-km trails (E-W direction; see https://ppbio.inpa.gov.br for details on the PPBio grid structure) covering different environmental conditions. All plots were dispersed on the PPBio trails at distances ranging from 150 m to 250 m (flooded areas, rivers and savanna enclaves were not sampled). The fieldwork was carried out in September 2016 (end wet season), when we collected 129 soil cores to a depth of 20 cm (each one composed by two subsamples). Analysis were performed using methodology adopted by Embrapa (Embrapa. 2009. Manual de análises químicas de solos, plantas e fertilizantes. Embrapa Informação Tecnológica, 2. ed. rev. ampl. Brasília-DF. 627 p). The dataset is presented in four files: (i) study_site - a figure indicating location of the study area; (ii) locationID - identification of sampling units (unique code) and their geographical location (lat / long - WGS84), associated with altitude (m a.s.l.), slope (%) and canopy opening (%); (iii) soil_texture - soil particles composition (% - sand, silt, clay); (iv) soil_fertility - chemical variables analysis. This dataset was supported by project “Crescimento e mortalidade de árvores em florestas ecotonais de Roraima: efeito das condicionantes ambientais e da variabilidade climática” (Proc. CNPq n. 403591/2016-3). The Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq - Brazil) also provided a fellowship for R.I. Barbosa (CNPq 304204/2015-3). C.D.A. Villacorta was supported by postgraduate fellowship from the Organization of American States (OAS), while L.C.S. Carvalho was supported by a fellowship from Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES/PNPD). Instituto Chico Mendes de Conservação da Biodiversidade (ICMBio) provided authorization for the study (SISBIO n. 52017).
OXIDATION-INDUCED DAMAGE OF BLOOD COAGULATION FACTOR XIII (FXIII): WHETHER ITS STRUCTURE IS ADAPTED TO OXIDATIVE ATTACK
Contributors: Mark Rosenfeld
... Posttranslational modifications of amino acid residues observed in the study by mass spectrometry. Various modifications of specific amino acid residue, characterized by a certain mass, are shown. The total peak areas of the detected peptides are shown for all samples. Detected proteins in the samples noted by unique entry Uniprot database identifier.
Contributors: Anders Thomsen, Morten Kristiansen, Ewa Kristiansen, Benny Endelt
... The data describes the measurement of a v-bend shape formed during multi-scan laser forming. The purpose of the measurements was to determine the dynamic response during laser forming of a v-bend. A measurement scanner was used to measure the height of a line perpendicular to the heating scan line of a laser during laser forming. In order to estimate a surface, 105 samples were made with identical settings with the measurement scanner moved along the heating scan line between samples. A total of 21 positions along the heating scan line were measured. Each position was measured using 5 samples. Due to a memory problem, the measurement scanner could only measure about 3.12 seconds at a time. The measurement scanner is started slightly before each heating scan line starts. Furthermore, each heating scan line is split into its own text file in the data set. This data set contains 21 folders, one for each position of the measurement scanner along the heating scan line. The folders are named as 'ymm', where y is the distance from the trailing edge of the heating scan line, '_' is used instead of decimals here. Each folder contains 30 text files, 6 for each of the samples used, structured as (x, y, z, t). Each file is named as 'sample_i_plate_j_scannumber_k.txt', where i is the sample number (1-5) at this position, j is the plate number (1 or 2), k is the scan number (1-6). Scan number 6 does not contain any heating, but is set as a final measurement of about 60 seconds after forming. Warning: The unzipped data fill 51.6 GB