Repository of design files for the HardwareX article titled "A low-cost and customizable alternative for commercial implantable cannula for intracerebral administration in mice".
Contributing authors: Rogneda B Kazanskaya, Alexander V Lopachev, Tatiana N Fedorova, Raul R Gainetdinov, Anna B Volnova.
Abstract: Stereotaxic intracerebral cannula implantation for neuroactive agent administration is a wide-spread method for chronic experiments requiring bypassing the blood-brain barrier in rodents. However, commercially available cannula are bulky and may interfere with animal movement or lead to their dislodging during grooming. As the number of cannula needed in one experiment, and the accompanying costs can be high, it is in the interest of researchers to produce them on their own. Custom cannula manufacturing also offers the flexibility of different cannula lengths, which is required for agent delivery to various brain structures. In this article we present a protocol for making guide cannula along with the accompanying systems required for injection, which are small, cost-effective, light, easy to make, reusable, and can be made from easily procured materials.
This file provides the detailed dataset on the hydrological characteristics, nutrient concentrations and nitrate isotopic compositions collected in each station in the JRE during the investigation period. This dataset is used to generate Table 3 and Figures 2-7 in the manuscript.
In the datasets, the scale of organizational culture based on eleven items of primary cultural values (PCV) and nine items of secondary cultural values (SCV). Work motivation variables in the datasets used four items of motive motivation (MM), seven items of expectation motivation (ME), and with nine items of incentive motivation (IM). Interpersonal communication variables were seven items of social sensitivity (SS), nine items of social insight (SI), and four items of social communication skills (SCM). The items, including labels and ratings, will be explained later, with more comprehensive details as supplementary material (see "Annotated Questionnaire" in supplementary material). This was because each item had different rankings and choices. To measure teacher performance used three scales from the book of effective teacher performance. The teacher performance scale used three variables of thirteen items of the learning process (LL), four items of scientific work (SW), and three items of service (S).
Contributors:David Saceda-Corralo, Virginia Velasco Tamariz, Elena de las Heras, Sergio Vañó, Cristina Pindado
Supplemental figures of TRICHOSCOPIC FINDINGS OF DISCOID LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS ALOPECIA: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY (an article in JAAD Journal). Brownish discolotation and follicular plugging in lupus alopecia.
Mass Spectrometry Imaging datasets used as validation of the functionality of rMSIcleanup (https://github.com/gbaquer/rMSIcleanup). Acquired with silver-assisted LDI using MALDI TOF/TOF ultrafleXtreme. Referred to as Dataset 1-10 in the accompanying publication (https://doi.org/10.1101/2019.12.20.884957). Datasets 1 and 2: Mouse Pancreatic Tissue. Dataset 3: Mouse Kidney Tissue. Datasets 4-10: Mouse Brain Tissue.
The data set contains Hadamard matrices of order 28 in machine-readable form, convenient for use in programs.
Data taken from the site
This data set complements following ones
Ukhalov, Alexey; Nevskii, Mikhail (2018), “Functions for checking necessary conditions for maximality of 0/1-determinant and example”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/sm3x4xrb42.1
Ukhalov, Alexey (2019), “Matrices having the largest known determinant in machine-readable form”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/hzf94h43c5.1
Data is presented in three formats: Wolfram Mathematica Notebook, PDF, and Plain Text.
Data accompanying "When did the Lhasa and Qiantang Terranes “divorce”: Constraints from Middle-Late Triassic Alkaline Trachytic Lavas" by Yang Song, Haifeng Li, Carl Guilmette, Ming Zheng, Douwe J.J. van Hinsbergen, Zhenyu Li, Faqiao Li. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 2020
Contributors:Neus Rotger, Teresa López-Pellisa, Fernando Rodriguez-Gallego
This database provides the evaluation rubric used in the Teaching Innovation Project: "Writing an academic review in a blended learning environment" (PID 181960), carried out at the Universitat de les Illes Balears (UIB) with the collaboration of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) during the academic year 2018-2019. We have used some of the information obtained from these interviews in the article: "Collaborative Writing at Work: Peer Feedback in a Blended Learning Environment"
Article Summary: This exploratory study aims to analyse the nature of peer feedback during a collaborative writing assignment, and to identify the possible effects feedback has on the revision of a text written by university students in a blended learning environment. Under analysis are two different graduate’s courses in academic writing, during which, over a period of a whole semester, the students (n = 85) were divided into 25 work groups to carry out a co-evaluation assignment with the support of a technology platform. The results obtained indicate that, when collaborative writing includes peer feedback, instead of unidirectional corrections from the teacher, the students respond more reflectively and constructively, they discuss the content they are working with, and, as a result, they effect significant changes in their own writing.