Contributors: James Burke
... Figure 5C,D
Data for: Basin formation by relaxation of a buckled elastic layer: insights from laboratory experiments
Contributors: Fernando Ornelas Marques, Nibir Mandal, João Barbosa
... Video with evolution of the experimental model
Contributors: Manabendra Pathak, Mohd. Kaleem Khan, Sumit Raj IIT Patna
... RMC 40 Wcm2 shows the patterns of flow boiling in RMC for coolant mass flux of 327.6 kg/m2s and for heat flux of 40.84 W/cm2. SCMC_40 Wcm2 shows the patterns of flow boiling in SCMC for coolant mass flux of 327.6 kg/m2s and for heat flux of 44.67 W/cm2. SCMC_120Wcm2 shows the patterns of flow boiling in SCMC for coolant mass flux of 524.45 kg/m2s and for heat flux of 98.55 W/cm2.
Contributors: James Burke
... Raw images for Supplemental Figures 1, 2, 3
Contributors: Yixin Zhou, Hao Tang, Baojun Mai, Binjie Zhu, Ping Chen, Yujia Fu
... This movie demonstrates how the inertial measurement unit-based hip smart trial system (IMUHST) works to monitor hip posture.
Formation of artifact-hydride in Zr-containing amorphous alloys during sample preparation and atom probe tomography
Contributors: chetarpa yipyintum
... Hydride formation in Zr-containing amorphous alloys as an experimental artifact was investigated utilizing atom probe tomography, transmission electron microscopy, and focused ion beam with normal and cryogenic conditions. The amount of hydrogen existing in the atom probe specimens decreased significantly by utilizing focused ion beam milling under cryogenic condition. Also, the formation of hydride was confirmed by diffraction pattern analysis in the remaining tip of the specimen after the atom probe tomography experiment. With those collected pieces of evidence, sources of hydrogen in the atom probe tomography were discussed.
Contributors: Melaney Bouthillette
... Application onto the skin of a crosslinked polymer skin barrier film
Contributors: Christophe Droz, Olivier Bareille, Mohamed Ichchou
... This Dataset is supplementary to the Data in Brief article , which contains all explanations, data description and base post-processing scripts. It describes the propagation of a 8th-order Guided Resonance in the low acoustic bandwidth (2.5-4 kHz), in a large-scale composite panel. Physical interpretations are available in the research article , describing the near-cut-on scattering phenomena in the low acoustic bandwidth.  Droz, C., Bareille, O., Ichchou, M.. Full wavefield measurement of transient wave pulses propagating in a composite panel. Data in Brief 2019 (in revision).  Droz, C., Bareille, O., Ichchou, M.. Generation of long-range, near-cut-on guided resonances in composite panels (2019). Journal of Applied Physics, 125(17), 175109. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5079963
Morphology and lifestyle of endophytic fungi associated with roots of Gaylussacia brasiliensis (Ericaceae) in southern Brazil sand dunes
Contributors: Kelly Besen
... Gaylussacia brasiliensis hair roots, revealing wide morphological diversity. Pezizomicotina fungi have been found in healthy ericaceous roots, showing several morphological structures of the symbiotic association. Morphological and sequencing analyses of seven isolates revealed that they belong to the genera Penicillium, Paraconiothyrium, Cladophialofora, Knufia, Diaporthe, Chaetomium, and Arcopilus. It appears that there are as many association structures as there are fungi capable of producing them.
Asymmetric centromeres differentially coordinate with mitotic machinery to ensure biased sister chromatid segregation in germline stem cells
Contributors: Rajesh Ranjan
... Many stem cells utilize asymmetric cell division (ACD) to produce a self-renewed stem cell and a differentiating daughter cell. How non-genic information could be inherited differentially to establish distinct cell fates is not well understood. Here, we report a series of spatiotemporally regulated asymmetric components, which ensure biased sister chromatid attachment and segregation during ACD of Drosophila male germline stem cells (GSCs). First, sister centromeres are differentially enriched with proteins involved in centromere specification and kinetochore function. Second, temporally asymmetric microtubule activities and polarized nuclear envelope breakdown allow for the preferential recognition and attachment of microtubules to asymmetric sister kinetochores and sister centromeres. Abolishment of either the asymmetric sister centromeres or the asymmetric microtubule activities results in randomized sister chromatid segregation. Together, these results provide the cellular basis for partitioning epigenetically distinct sister chromatids during stem cell ACDs, which opens new directions to study these mechanisms in other biological contexts.