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  • Supplementary Material - Analysis of microbial diversity in ECZTRA 1, a randomized controlled trial
    Supplementary Information to accompany and support the manuscript: Tralokinumab treatment improves the skin microbiota by increasing the microbial diversity in adults with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis: analysis of microbial diversity in ECZTRA 1, a randomized controlled trial.
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  • Clumped Isotope Hackberry Dataset-11-28-22
    Carbon, oxygen, and clumped isotope analyses of modern hackberries collected across North America
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  • LEGER et al. (2022): 10Be and 26Al TCN exposure age input data for CRONUS-Earth online calculator version 3
    This repository features a textfile input data describing TCN surface exposure sample details presented in Leger et al. (2022), in the format required for the "online calculator formerly known as the CRONUS-Earth online calculators" version 3 to calculate exposure ages. The goal of this data repository is to make the process of re-calculating the exposure ages presented in this study easier. This dataset displays all samples collected: with no outlier removal. Please refer to Table 2 in original publication if you wish to remove the outliers originally interpreted as such by the authors. Link to calculator: https://hess.ess.washington.edu/ The input data is arranged by landforms studied and described in detail in Leger et al. (2022). Each sample block describes samples from a single landform. Please refer to original publication when using these data and/or re-calculating the exposure ages.
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  • Goethite/hematite ratios in synthetic standard samples and natural Luochuan loess-paleosol section
    Goethite/hematite ratios in soils are widely used to reconstruct past climatic changes, but their accurate measurements have remained challenging due to the matrix effect. Here we present a new method for measuring soil goethite/hematite ratios by characterizing the band position of electron pair transition (EPT) based on diffuse reflectance spectra using the continuum removal processing. We introduce a ‘half-band-area wavelength’, λ1/2, to characterize the EPT band position and validate the method using synthetic standards made from mixing pure goethite-hematite and four sets of goethite- and hematite-free matrices derived from arid aeolian deposits and tropical saprolite. A consistent λ1/2-goethite/hematite ratios relation is established across the four matrices, demonstrating that our method eliminates the matrix effect. We further validate our method by applying it to quantify goethite/hematite ratios in 180-kyr loess-paleosol sequences and comparing the results to reported convincing paleoclimatic records. This dataset includes a sub-dataset of synthetic standard samples and a sub-dataset of natural Luochuan loess-paleosol section spanning the past 180 kyr.
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  • 2021 Annual Report of DataDerm CORRIGENDUM – Mendeley Hyperlink
    This document contains the Mendeley Hyperlink for the following manuscript: Marta VanBeek, MD, MPH, Robert A. Swerlick, MD, Barbara Mathes, MD, Margo J. Reeder, MD, Toni Kaye BS, MPH, Arik Aninos BS, MSc, Mason Totaro, BS, Alyssa Burns, MHA, Matthew Fitzgerald, MPH, DrPH, Caryn D. Etkin, PhD, MPH, Jeffrey P. Jacobs, MD. 2021 Annual Report of DataDerm The Database of The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) - CORRIGENDUM
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  • Data set for IFRS adoption and value relevance in SSA
    Data was derived from the Bloomberg portal and DataStream. IFRS adoption was a dummy variable showing 1 if the company implemented IFRS in that year and 0 otherwise. The other variables are share price 3 months and 6 months after the fiscal year end, earnings (EPS), book value per share, operating cash flow, leverage, firm size (log total assets), and growth opportunity (market to book value). These data are available for South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya.
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  • An acrylonitrile based copolymer gel as an NMR aligning media for extraction of RDCs of small molecules in aqueous solution
    NMR spectra, molecular geometries and StereoFitter MSpin input/output files
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  • Data of characteristics of particulate organic matter separated from different soils in the Yellow River Delta
    We provide several data in this paper used in the research article “Spatial heterogeneity of particulate organic matter (POM) for the sorption of ciprofloxacin at the microstructure scale”. POM is an organic-mineral complex comprising of organic debris, light-density organic matter and has a relatively high turnover rate in the soil active organic carbon pool. POM has complex morphological structure, containing varying surface and inner interspacing pore structure, depends on the parent plants species and fragments as well as on its decomposition degree [1,2]. POM fragments were colonized by the microbial population, and simultaneously adsorbed clay-sized minerals [2,3]. Thus, the porous characteristics of POM containing the surface and inner interspacing pore structure showed in Table 1, the components and the proportion of organic functional groups detailed information showed in Fig.1. Samples were analyzed using SEM (Hitachi S-4800, Japan) to determine the organic-mineral of POM and the SEM images of the POM on the silicon wafer showed in Fig.2(a) and Fig.2(b), subsequently this data were the foundation for further analyzed by NanoSIMS in the related research article showed in Fig.2(c).
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  • LINF_330042300
    MRB6070 Leishmania infantum (strain JPCM5)
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  • Experimental establishment of the effect of oil palm mesocarp fiber partial replacement of fine aggregate in concrete on its mechanical properties
    Environmental sustainability is the target of the SDG goals which aims at having a better society in the future with resources sustainable for the coming generation. Efforts are geared towards maintaining and making the environment liveable, and environmental pollution mitigation and prevention are initiated. Although there are different sources of environmental pollution agents, manufacturing industries play a major part. Coupled with the large mechanization of agriculture, the production of agricultural solid wastes is becoming a major interest as it has become a contributing factor in environmental pollution. Finding a use for post-production agriculture solid waste is of high interest. The data gathered in this laboratory conducted research, studied the possibility of making use of oil palm mesocarp fiber as one of the concrete mix components, study the effect and influence on the mechanical properties in order to ascertain its usefulness in a structural member in building and other construction works.
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