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  • Data for Rice (Oryza Sativa L.) Bioeconomy: A DEA approach (VRS, CRS & Bootstrapping)
    The present dataset contains the original data from 612 rice farms in the five provinces of Ecuador. The dataset includes adjusted data for application in R for statistical analysis and the DEA methodology with BCC and CCR models adjusted with Bootstrap. Data were collected from 612 rice-producing farms in Ecuador during the 2022-2023 year or cycle. Details were gathered on Total Income [ti], Total Cost [tc], Total CO2 Emissions (kg CO2 eq/cycle) [te], Urea Used (kg/ha) [u], Farmer Age [age], Years of Study [Study_year], Years of Experience [experience], Land Area (ha) [area_ha], and Yield in Tons per Hectare [rend_ton_ha]. The provinces in Ecuador where the data were collected are: Guayas, El Oro, Manabi, Loja, and Los Rios.
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  • Supplementary Data for "National trends in multi-modality keloid treatment claims from 2017-2020: an IBM Marketscan Study."
    This file contains the following supplementary material: - National cost trends of keloid treatments and shows the year to year trend of copay and gross payments to a provider from 2017 to 2020 across all three keloid treatment modalities. - Breakdown of Marketscan industries by enrollee counts - Bundled surgical procedure information on patients receiving exicision or biopsy removal before XRT, as well as ILK after a surgical procedure.
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  • Molecular dynamics simulation for effect of stress on quartz dissolution: implication on the development of high-quality reservoirs in Foreland Basins
    The data includes the structural files of the simulation experiment (which need to be opened using Materials Studio software), as well as the experimental results
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  • FDI and Superstar Spillovers
    Replication files for "FDI and Superstar Spillovers: Evidence from firm-to-firm transactions"
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  • The Influence of the Daily Testosterone Cycle on Sexual Attraction Preferences of Sex-typicality in Heterosexual and Homosexual Men - Supplementary Material - Overall Data set
    The file provides data for heterosexual and homosexual men's sexual attraction preference for male and female targets. There is data at two points of the day as a proxy for testosterone level. AM is used as a proxy for High testosterone and PM is used as a proxy for low testosterone.
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  • Arginine methylation-enabled FUS phase separation with SMN contributes to neuronal granule formation, Lingyao, Wang and Pilong, Li.
    Various ribonucleoprotein complexes (RNPs) often function in the form of membraneless organelles derived from multivalence-driven liquid-liquid phase separation (LLPS). Post-transcriptional modifications, such as phosphorylation and arginine methylation, govern the assembly and disassembly of membraneless organelles. This study reveals that asymmetric dimethylation of arginine can create extra binding sites for multivalent Tudor domain-containing proteins like SMN, thereby lowering the threshold for LLPS of RNPs, such as FUS. Accordingly, FUS hypomethylation or knockdown of SMN disrupts the formation and transport of neuronal granules in axons. Wild-type SMN, but not the spinal muscular atrophy-associated form of SMN, SMN-Δ7, rescues neuronal defects due to SMN knockdown. Importantly, a fusion of SMN-Δ7 to an exogenous oligomeric protein is sufficient to rescue axon length defects caused by SMN knockdown. Our findings highlight the significant role of arginine methylation-enabled multivalent interactions in LLPS and suggest their potential impact on various aspects of neuronal activities in neurodegenerative diseases.
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  • Radio-Freqency Ultrasound Volume Dataset for Pre-clinical Liver Tumours
    A total of 227 cross sectional images (20 x 54 mm with a resolution of 289 x 648 pixels) of hind-leg xenograft tumors from 29 mice were obtained with 1mm step-wise movement of the array mounted on a manual positioning device. The whole tumor volume was acquired using a diagnostic ultrasound system with a 10 MHz linear transducer and 50 MHz sampling. The unprocessed ultrasound radio-frequency data can be downloaded along with the liver tumor segmentation masks form The dataset images are in Analyze 7.5 file format consisting of two files: a header with information about the size and number of voxels in each dimension (filename extension .hdr), and the actual data in binary format (filename extension .img). The images in the dataset are formatted according to the following protocol: CASE NUMBER | FILE TYPE (LOC OR SEG) | FILE EXTENSION | where loc is the original image and seg is the associated segmentation mask. The volumetric data are categorised into progressive versus non-progressive cases in response to chemotherapy treatment.
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  • The influence of devulcanization and revulcanization on sulfur crosslink types: Recycling of ground tyre rubber
    Devulcanized rubber could be a valuable material feedstock to help manufacture sustainable rubber products. However, the differences in chemistry and structure of devulcanized rubber have limited industrial uptake. This work demonstrates how devulcanization affects the concentration and ratios of mono-, di- and poly- sulfidic crosslinks. These residual crosslinks make devulcanized rubber chemically dissimilar from virgin rubber, affecting (re)vulcanization. The hypothesis that sulfur rank of revulcanized material can be modified by sulfur/accelerator ratio was evaluated by two different cure packages. Despite substantial differences in accelerator/sulfur ratio, both recycled rubber compounds favoured formation of poly-sulfidic crosslinks.
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  • The PolySUMOylation Axis Promotes Nucleolar Release of Tof2 for Mitotic Exit
    In budding yeast, the nucleolus serves as the site to sequester Cdc14, a phosphatase essential for mitotic exit. Nucleolar proteins Tof2, Net1, and Fob1 are required for this sequestration. Although it is known that these nucleolar proteins are SUMOylated, how SUMOylation regulates their activity remains unknown. Here, we show that Tof2 exhibits cell cycle-regulated nucleolar delocalization and turnover. Depletion of nuclear SUMO protease Ulp2 not only causes Tof2 polySUMOylation, nucleolar delocalization, and degradation, but also leads to Cdc14 nucleolar release and activation. This outcome depends on polySUMOylation and the activity of downstream enzymes SUMO-targeted ubiquitin ligase and Cdc48/p97 segregase. We further developed a system to tether SUMO machinery to Tof2 and generated a SUMO-deficient tof2 mutant, and the results indicate that Tof2 polySUMOylation is necessary and sufficient for its nucleolar delocalization and degradation. Together, our work reveals a polySUMO-dependent mechanism that delocalizes Tof2 from the nucleolus to facilitate mitotic exit.
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  • Code for "Proteome adaptation in the last phase of growth contributes to lower the death rate of Escherichia coli during starvation"
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