Contributors:José-Abel Flores, Iván Hernández-Almeida, Francisco J. Sierro, Alba González-Lanchas, Heather Stoll et al
Here we present εp measured on natural fossil samples across the glacial-interglacial (G-I) MIS 12 to MIS 9 (454-334 ka) interval at the western tropical Atlantic Ocean Drilling Program Site 925 together with a set of organic and inorganic geochemical, micropaleontological and morphometrical data from Gephyrocapsa coccolith on the same samples. Primary productivity and export production, potentially triggered by shifting growth rates and light level conditions, and the changes in Gephyrocapsa cellular dimensions are controlled by either proxies or direct measurements, allowing to parse out the load of non-CO2 effects on εp. We also determined oxygen and carbon stable isotope vital effects in the near monogeneric separated Gephyrocapsa coccoliths (respectively δ18O Gephyrocapsa-T. sacculifer and εcoccolith)
CD8 cells play an important role in anti-tumor immunity. TCF1+CD8+T cells have the ability to self-renew and differentiate into terminal effector T cells to enhance anti-tumor response. In this study, we evaluated its prognostic value in PSCCE.
Raw LC-MS/MS data and MaxQuant output files (txt folder) from quantitative bottom-up proteomics analysis of the fermeted biomass from methanotrophic bacteria described in the manuscript "Emulsifier peptides derived from seaweed, methanotrophic bacteria, and potato proteins identified by quantitative proteomics and bioinformatics". The biomass was pre-fractionated by SDS-PAGE and subsequently in-gel digested as described in M&M.
This is the second part of the dataset for the manuscript. The former set can be found in "Gregersen, Simon (2021), “Methonotrophic Biomass Quant BUP”, Mendeley Data, V1", doi: 10.17632/g45gbw5r7n.1