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  • Mendeley Supplemental Table I
    Supplemental Billing/Coding Survey Data
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  • Modeling of seismic anisotropy observations reveals plausible lowermost mantle flow directions beneath Siberia
    Abstract: Observations of seismic anisotropy just above the core-mantle boundary are a powerful way to understand the dynamics of the lowermost mantle. Here we present models of seismic anisotropy in the lowermost mantle beneath Siberia based on new and previously published body wave observations. We compile a set of measurements based on a variety of data types, including the differential splitting of SK(K)S-PKS and S-ScS phases and polarities of PdP and SdS reflections off the D” discontinuity. We carry out ray theoretical forward modeling of these data sets in combination, using a novel approach that allows for tighter constraints on the geometry of anisotropy than would be possible using a single data type. We test a range of plausible mechanisms for anisotropy, including a variety of candidate minerals (bridgmanite, post-perovskite, and ferropericlase), dominant slip systems, and orientations, and consider both single-crystal elasticity and elastic tensors based on polycrystalline texture modeling. In general, we find that post-perovskite (with either a [100](010) or [100](001) dominant slip system) or bridgmanite models provide the best fit to the observations. The best-fitting models suggest a dominant shear direction to the southwest or northeast direction at the base of the mantle. This is consistent with flow directed towards the Perm anomaly, potentially driven by slab remnants impinging on the core-mantle boundary. This repository contains supporting information files.
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  • Redesign of a supply chain: steering a phosphate industry
    This paper proposes an approach to redesign a phosphate production mining supply chain to improve customer satisfaction, minimise the number of resources mobilised, and the production costs related to extracting and enriching source ores (SO). Steering a phosphate industry is linked to a set of decisions such as the extraction methods, ore blends, and routings used while considering the impact of those decisions on the behavior of all chemical components characterising products. This is realised based on the availability and chemical composition of source and intermediate ores, constrained by a quality charter for each merchantable ore (MO). Moreover, the supply program of SO stocks and their chemical quality depend on the choice of one of three extraction methods. We develop a mixed-integer linear program to minimise a cost function subject to stock availability, customers' expectations, and infrastructure capacity and availability. This model determines the optimal production path followed by each ingredient composing MO including blends to use (quantities and alternative routing) and periods of resources mobilisation. Numerical results illustrate the flexibility, adaptability, and efficiency ensured by the model.
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  • RNAseq TS Adh full
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  • Supporting data for manuscript "Devonian to Carboniferous-Permian southward migration of the Dananhu juvenile arc in the Eastern Tianshan (NW China)"
    The data are the supporting information (SI.) for the manuscript “Devonian to Carboniferous-Permian southward migration of the Dananhu juvenile arc in the Eastern Tianshan (NW China)”. They contain: 1. SI. Table 1 “Zircon U-Pb ages of granites in the Dananhu arc in eastern Tianshan orogen, NW China” is U-Pb dating results of granitic rocks at the Kezier (K), Tuwu (Y) and Kanguer area (N) in the Dananhu arc. They reveal that granitic magmas became younger southwards in the growing Dananhu arc from 401-335 Ma in the Kezier area, to 334-315 Ma in the Tuwu area, and finally to 279-254 Ma in the Kanguer accretionary belt. 2. SI. Table 2 “The major (wt%), trace element (ppm) data of granites in the Dananhu arc in the eastern Tianshan orogen, NW China.” is the geochemical results of granitic rocks at the Kezier (K), Tuwu (Y) and Kanguer area (N) in the Dananhu arc. These granitic rocks include I-type granites, A-type granites, and adakite-like granites. The I-type granites (401-270 Ma) were generated by partial melting of juvenile intermediate or mafic crust. The A2-type granites (K7, 356 Ma) were products of strong fractional crystallization of mantle-derived magmas in an extensional setting. The Late Permian adakite-like granite (N8, 254 Ma) was derived from a depleted subducted oceanic slab. 3. SI. Table 3 “Zircon Lu-Hf isotopic data of granites in the Dananhu arc in the eastern Tianshan orogen, NW China.” is the zircon Lu-Hf isotopic results of the Kezier (K), Tuwu (Y) and Kanguer area (N) in the Dananhu arc. These crust-derived granitic rocks have relatively high positive zircons εHf(t) (+7.7-+19.6) values and young model age, suggesting that the Dananhu arc was a juvenile accretionary arc. 4. SI. Table 4 “Summary of published zircons ages of mafic-ultramific and granitic intrusions in the Dananhu arc.” is the published zircons ages of Devonian to Permian granitic intrusions at the Kezier (K), Tuwu (Y) and Kanguer area (N), and the early Permian mafic-ultramific complex in the Dananhu arc. The granitic rocks are younging southward from Kezier area, to Tuwu area and Kanguer accretionary complex. The early Permian mafic-ultramific complex emplaced in the Dananhu arc. SI. Analytical methods contain the zircon U-Pb dating, zircon Lu-Hf analyses, major element and trace element experiments, and Sr-Nd isotopic analyses analytical methods.
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  • sinapic acid
    Sinapic acid prevents adipogenesis by regulating transcription factors and exerts anti-ROS effect by modifying intracellular antioxidant system in 3T3-L1 adipocytes
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  • LINF_180014300
    ALG1 | chitobiosyldiphosphodolichol beta-mannosyltransferase Leishmania infantum (strain JPCM5)
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  • Bi-objective optimization of e-grocery deliveries considering food quality losses
    Instance files and summary of results presented in paper. Individual detailed results of each single run are available on request.
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