Data for: The preferred and avoidance temperatures of Cyclops kolensis Lilljeborg, 1901 and their relation to the optimal, pessimal and temperature of normal performance of the species.
Contributors: Vladimir Verbitsky, Valentina Lazareva, Elena Medyantseva, Andrey Grishanin, Olga Malysheva, Svetlana Zhdanova, Tamara Verbitskaya
... A description is given of the method for studying of the temperature preferendum of plankton organisms in a horizontal temperature gradient.
Net power output and thermal efficiency data for single and double flash cycles of Cerro Prieto geothermal power plants
Contributors: Emilio Hernandez
... The data presented below is the thermodynamic simulation and mathematical model development for the single and double flash cycles of Cerro Prieto geothermal power plants. For more insight into analysis thermodynamic, please see "thermodynamic simulation and mathematical model for single and double flash cycles of Cerro Prieto geothermal power plants". The datasets contained in this paper are thermodynamic simulations obtained in Aspen Hysys software, the data described represents the net power output and thermal efficiency for Cerro Prieto geothermal power plants, located in Mexicali, México. A single flash and double flash cycle have been selected for power generation at this facility. The single flash net power output and the thermal efficiency data includes eight main parameters: Well temperature (°C), Separator pressure (kPa), Condenser pressure (kPa), Turbine’s power (kW), Phase Fraction, Mass Flow (kg/h), Energy input (kW) and Energy output (kW). Whereas the double flash net power output and the thermal efficiency data includes eight main parameters: Well temperature (°C), High-pressure separator (kPa), Low-pressure separator (kPa), Condenser pressure (kPa), Turbine’s power (kW), Phase Fraction, Mass Flow (kg/h), Energy Input (kW) and Energy output (kW).
Contributors: Isabella Doche, Carla Pagliari, Maria Hordinsky, George Wilcox, Javed Shaik, Maria Cecília Rivitti-Machado, Ricardo Romiti, Neusa Valente , Maíra Garcia, Mirian Sotto
... The evidence for AhR overexpression in unaffected or "normal-appearing" scalp of lichen planopilaris and frontal fibrosing alopecia suggests an environmental role for dioxins in the pathomechanism of these scarring disorders and therefore, news models for treatment strategies.
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Oxidative stress induced by the tetrahydrobenzimidazole TMQ0153 modulates crosstalk between apoptosis, autophagy and necroptosis in chronic myeloid leukemia (Part 3 - Figure 4 (b), Figure 5, 6, 7, Supplementary 1-5)
Contributors: Sungmi Song
... Aims: We demonstrate the capacity of the cytotoxic synthetic tetrahydrobenzimidazole (TMQ) hydroquinone (HQ) derivative TMQ0153 to induce reactive oxygen species (ROS) and mediate differential cell death modalities in chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). Results: Results showed that concentrations of TMQ0153 30 µM lead to ROS-mediated necrostatin-sensitive necroptosis. Moreover, TMQ0153 allowed us to elucidate the interplay of ROS-mediated cell death and cell stress/survival mechanisms as this compound triggers protective autophagy in response to metabolic stress in CML cells. Importantly, the modulation of cell stress prior to TMQ0153-induced cell death enhances the exposure of “find-me”/“eat-me” signals considered as hallmarks of immunogenic cell death (ICD), altogether providing a pro-oxidant therapeutic strategy against CML. Innovation: We suggest here a pro-oxidant anti-CML therapy leading to differential cell death modalities in both imatinib-sensitive and -resistant CML cell types. Moreover, we elucidated the interplay between apoptosis, autophagy and controlled necrosis induced by TMQ0153 leading to disruption of mitochondrial homeostasis. Conclusion: Our findings indicate that TMQ0153-induced ROS act as a rheostat determining the onset of apoptotic- or autophagy-related controlled necrotic cell death in CML.
The relationship between regular sinusoidal waves in the tissue at lung-related acupuncture points and the respiration pacesetter mechanism
Contributors: Fletcher Kovich
... This data compliments a paper entitled: The relationship between regular sinusoidal waves in the tissue at lung-related acupuncture points and the respiration pacesetter mechanism. The paper fully describes and analyses the data. At the time of writing, the paper is still in production. Please see the links at the end of this dataset, which will be updated once the paper is published.
Data for: Substantially enhanced varistor properties and dielectric response in (Zn2+, Sn4+) co-doped CaCu3Ti4O12 ceramics
Contributors: Prasit Thongbai
... Raw data for all figures in this paper.
Utilization of Electro-coagulated Sludge from Wastewater Treatment Plant data as an Adsorbent for Direct Red 28 Dye Removal
Contributors: Tadele Assefa Aragaw
... Electro-coagulated, EC, sludge from the electrochemical processes of textile wastewater treatment plant can be reuse as an adsorbent for a certain cationic and anionic azo dyes from textile and or leather industry effluents. Because EC sludge expected to have iron oxide and hydroxide during the electrochemical processes of wastewater treatment, it can be used for adsorptions for azo dye removal. Produced EC sludge can have positively charged surface, specially ferric and or ferrous surface charge. Thus, EC sludge as an adsorbent will have adsorption potential to adsorb acidic (anionic) dyes in the principles of electrostatic attraction. To this study, the author intends to use direct red 28 (DR28) dyes as a modal azo dye from the textile and or leather industry. Basic batch adsorption parameters (effect of dye concentration, solution pH, reaction temperature, mixing time and adsorbent dosage), as well as adsorption isotherm, kinetics, and thermodynamics study on to raw and calcined EC sludge were investigated. DR28 dye on to calcined EC adsorbent has recorded as highly removal efficiency at pH of 2, initial dye concentration of 20mg/L, time of 60 min, adsorbent dosage 1g/100mL and temperature of 25±2℃, ambient temperature.
Contributors: Laura Newsome
... Data associated with manuscript 'Manganese and cobalt redox cycling in laterites; biogeochemical and bioprocessing implications'
Escherichia coli K12 under plantaricin BM-1 reveals multiple affected metabolic pathways and peptidoglycan synthesis
Contributors: Huan Wang
... Escherichia coli K12 under plantaricin BM-1 reveals multiple affected metabolic pathways and peptidoglycan synthesis
Improve the interfacial adhesion, corrosion resistance and combustion properties of aluminum powder by modification of nickel and dopamine
Contributors: Li Liang, Xiaode Guo, Xin Liao, Zhipeng Chang
... To improve the interface incompatibility, poor corrosion resistance, and limited combustion efficiency of aluminum powder for propellant applications. The surface of the naked aluminum was coated with a layer of dense nickel of about 100 nm by replacement method. A polydopamine film was then deposited by self-polymerization. The double-layer structure and chemical composition were investigated. The polydopamine content of composite particles was 2.3% by thermal analysis. And its heat release around 1050 C reached 4137 J g-1, which was much higher than that of aluminum of 1644 J g-1. The surface energies was used to calculate the theoretical adhesion work of aluminum and composite particles to propellant binder. The adhesion work after modification was increased from 62.33 mN m-1 to 74.89 mN m-1. No matter in the weak acid/alkaline or neutral environment, the composite particles exhibited excellent stability at 50 C. In addition, the combustion test revealed that the composite particles had higher combustion efficiency, smaller condensed phase product size, and stronger ignition ability. All the conclusions indicate after modification by nickel and dopamine, the comprehensive performance of aluminum is improved, and it may be used as an energy component in propellants or other energetic fields.