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  • Replication package for “International Transmission of the U.S. Dollar Liquidity Shock: The Channel of FX Borrowing and Lending”
    Replication package for the paper “International Transmission of the U.S. Dollar Liquidity Shock: The Channel of FX Borrowing and Lending” by Youngju Kim, Hyunjoon Lim, and Youngjin Yun
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  • Tennis Shot Side-View and Top-View Data Set for Player Analysis in Tennis
    The dataset contains 472 clips (both of side-view and top-view are 236 clips), and 4 records file. We classify to two main directories: Outdoor field (tennis clay court) and Indoor field (build in stadiums self), planning two type shot: straight shot and cross-court shot. Then, recording the side-view and top-view videos of the player hit ball's process, and cut the videos to clips of each ball hit by player. After finish tennis’ shot, we record each ball’s real landing point coordinates. These data are recorded in the CSV files, and the CSV files is under the root folder. The file’s name indicates the data is from where: field categories and shot types. The records are represented by distance of the closest doubles sideline and the distance of the baseline (outside ball represent by negative number).
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  • Wheat_Coccinellid
    Dataset for coccinellid detection using images
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  • CSTAR Survey
    CSTAR Survey data about extreme weather communication in vulnerable communities living in NYC.
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  • AFAS-YOLOv8
    This repository presents a YOLO annotated dataset of high voltage structures that could potentially cause false alarms in a context related to wildfire detection. The presented dataset, consisting of 1,477 thermal and near-infrared images representing different scenarios, including aerial and ground views, aims to establish a valuable reference for future research in this field based on well-established metric results. Attached to this repository is the dataset created and used during the work. If you wish to use the code sample to replicate our work, please use the link found in the 'Related links' section, which leads directly to the official GitHub of the paper.
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  • The Arg/N-degron pathway mediates the secretion of apoptotic exosomes under oxidative stress in cancer cell
    Exosomes from cancer cells are versatile mediators of cell-to-cell communication, whose cargoes are dynamically loaded in response to various stress conditions. In this study, we demonstrate that under oxidative stress, cancer cells secrete exosomes that induce apoptosis in neighboring cells via the Arg/N-degron pathway. In this mechanism, RILP (Rab interacting lysosomal protein) is cleaved at Asp75 in response to oxidative stress which requires ATE1 R-transferase. The cleaved form of RILP recruits the ESCRT-II proteins VPS22 and VPS36 to endosomes from which the interluminal vesicles are invaginated generating exosomes. By using proteomics analyses, we also demonstrate exosomes secreted from cancer cells upon oxidative stress are enriched apoptotic proteins including pro-apoptotic and anti-inflammatory cytokine ANXA1. These exosomes induce apoptosis of normal cancer cells transporting ANXA1 in an Arg/N-degron pathway-dependent manner. Our results show that the Arg/N-degron pathway modulates exosome-mediated apoptosis in cancer cells under oxidative stress underlying RILP-dependent secretion of ANXA1. We included the raw data of this articles. Raw data of Immunoblotting, Immunochemistry, electron microscope, and wound healing data are included as image files, and qunatification data of immunochemistry counting, electron microscope measurment, qRT-PCR relative delta, delta CQ values, cell viability measurement are arranged as Excel files with graph. Further inquiries can be directed to the corresponding authors.
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  • Temperature
    This data presents the temperature recorded during one day in Coimbra, a city in center of Portugal.
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  • LDHU3_04.1110
    Tetratricopeptide repeat-containing protein; Leishmania donovani (HU3 strain)
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  • Negative impact of comorbidities on all-cause mortality of psoriasis patients is partially alleviated by biologic treatment: A real-world, case-control study.
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  • Predicting bonds between collagens – An alignment approach
    The supplement contains all materials (data, scripts, etc.) used in this publication.
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