Contributors: Abhishek Singharoy, John Vant
... Contained herein are scripts for making all-atom models of a Rhodobacter sphaeroides chromatophore. Also, configuration scripts for Molecular Dynamics (MD) and Brownian Dynamics (BD) simulations of the aforementioned model using the simulation package NAMD. Additionally, there are scripts to run APBS calculations. Below are links to the chromatophore structure file, gridpdb file and map file required to run the NAMD simulation. https://drive.google.com/a/asu.edu/file/d/10gVADYl320HJiNoe4ilagAKoI7UeR638/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/a/asu.edu/file/d/1MZpm3ABXIPjfbKYLOZOSKbmQJZx4yma1/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/a/asu.edu/file/d/1v9Ni3OlrG45qfA5bO2meIc5xwxT8A1En/view?usp=sharing Below here is a link to the Movies for the submitted manuscript. https://drive.google.com/a/asu.edu/file/d/1N4GmSsWBGxJVrYXVWBHhP-Stf5ASWkZx/view?usp=sharing
Contributors: Patricia Sawamura, Nicholas Pringle
... Internal testing - Mendeley data - fake data
Contributors: Laisuo Su
... The data here includes necessary information for the MWR-assisted surface engineering project we worked on.
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Data for: Structural, photochemical and photocatalytic properties of Fe-doped ZrO2 under sunlight irradiation
Contributors: Messaoud Benamira, Ivalina Avramova, Caldes Maria Teresa, hicham lahmar, Mohamed Trari, Doufar Naima
... The structural and photophysical properties of the catalysts have been characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), Brunauer–Emmett–Teller (BET) and UV–Vis diffuse reflectance spectrometry
Contributors: Roberto Fritsche-Neto, Giovanni Galli, Leandro de Freitas Mendonça, miriam vidotti, Filipe Inácio Matias, Evellyn Giselly de Oliveira Couto, Filipe Couto Alves, italo granato, Danilo Hottis Lyra, Massaine Bandeira Sousa
... 906 maize single-crosses obtained from a full dial- lel, according to Griffing’s method 4, divided into two heterotic groups, flint and dent, with 34 and 15 lines, respec- tively. Moreover, each heterotic group has a representative line, frequently used as the tester in our breeding program. The experimental scheme used to evaluate the hybrids was an augmented block design (unreplicated trial) consisted of small blocks, each with 16 unique hybrids and two checks. Trials were carried out in Anhembi (22°50′51′′S, 48°01′06′′W, 466 m) and Piracicaba, at São Paulo State, Brazil (22°42′23′′S, 47°38′14′′W, 535 m), during the second growing season of 2016 and 2017, cultivated between January to June. In both sites and years, the hybrids were evaluated under two nitrogen (N) levels, low (LN) with 30 kg N ha−1, and normal (NN) with 100 kg N ha−1. The genotyping of the 49 tropical inbred lines was per- formed by Affymetrix® platform, containing about 614,000 SNPs (Unterseer et al. 2014). Then, markers with low call rate (< 95%), minor allele frequency (MAF < 0.05) and heterozygous loci on at least one individual were removed. The missing markers were imputed using the snpReady R package. Finally, the resulting 146,365 SNPs high-quality polymorphic SNPs were used to build the artificial hybrids genomic matrix, deduced by combining the genotypes from its two parents.
Contributors: LC Stetson
... Input data files and results for HOMER motif analysis for sex specific differences in methylation in glioma.
Contributors: Laura Newsome
... Data associated with manuscript 'Manganese and cobalt redox cycling in laterites; biogeochemical and bioprocessing implications'
Contributors: Elda de Oliveira, Maria Cristina Mazzaia, Carmen Lúcia Albuquerque de Santana, Marcia Thereza Couto Falcão
... Objective: to produce a mental health podcast with young people from urban poverty contexts , based on their priority, on the processes of individual and social dimensions regarding suicidal behavior. Method: project approved by the applicant institution. Qualitative research developed through action research. The theoretical reference of choice is intersectionality, which reflects the multiplicities of differentiations that, articulating with gender, permeate the social. This approach does not emphasize the determinations of phenomena only on the economic basis, but also from other social markers, since several inequality aspects are now recognized as influencing the subjects' daily practices. The unit selected will be the State School, which belongs to the East Education Board 2, located in the Itaim Paulista neighborhood, east side of São Paulo (SP) - Brazil. Data collection will be performed through workshops - group technique that allows data collection in participatory research. All workshops will be recorded and filmed for further analysis. The instruments and methods of data collection will occur through interviews, field journal and different participatory strategies during the development of the workshops. The interviews will take place according to the questionnaire that apprehends the Social Reproduction Index (SRI), which analyzes the different dimensions of the social life of the groups. It is a tool capable of apprehending the differences of social reproduction that characterize the social classes that are part of a given territory, being able to show the different epidemiological profiles of families, even if they are living in the same micro space. This differentiation enables the planning of educational or other actions. The field journal used to make a dense description of what was observed in the field, written and/or recorded immediately to the field activity. Data processing: the workshops will be transcribed and inserted in the QSRNvivo software, used for text analysis and other materials, such as videos and audios. It is a useful technological tool for qualitative research to organize and analyze data production, which facilitates analysis, since the software is unable to understand the results. Analysis: will be followed a multilevel analysis, which considers the identity construction of the subjects, the symbolic representations and the social structure in which the participants are immersed.
Contributors: Stefan Lampaert
... All the matlab and comsol files needed to reproduce the work presented in this paper.
Data for: Jiadifenolide induces expression of cellular communication network factor (CCN) genes, and CCN2 possesses neurotrophic activity in neuronal precursor cells derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells
Contributors: Takashi Kuzuhara
... Jiadifenolide induces expression of cellular communication network factor (CCN) genes, and CCN2 possesses neurotrophic activity in neuronal precursor cells derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells Jiadifenolide has been reported to have neurotrophin-like activity in primary rat cortical neurons, and also possesses neurotrophic effects in neuronal precursor cells derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs), as we have previously reported. However, the molecular mechanisms by which jiadifenolide exerts its neurotrophic effects in rat and human neurons are unknown. Thus, we aimed to investigate the molecular mechanisms and pathways by which jiadifenolide promotes neurotrophic effects. Here, we found that jiadifenolide activated cellular communication network factor (CCN) signaling pathways by up-regulating mRNA level expression of CCN genes in human neuronal cells. We also found that CCN2 (also known as connective tissue growth factor, CTGF) protein promotes neurotrophic effects through activation of the p44/42 mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) signaling pathway. This is the first discovery which connects neurotrophic effects with CCN signaling.