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The tenth Egypt and Austria conference took place in Prague from the 1st to 3rd October, 2014. It was organized by the Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) and the Faculty of Humanities (FHS UK) of the Charles University under the title: Visualizing the Orient. Central Europe and the Near East in the 19th and 20th Century. The role of visualisation in the production of knowledge on Orient has become a subject of great interest in recent years. However, the question how the Oriental Other was represented in modern Central European visual culture has not yet stimulated an adequate scholarly interest. From the last decades of the 19th century onwards, the Orient became an integral part of a whole range of media and objects including photography, cinema, painting, and sculpture or book illustration. The Orient was staged, among others, in the most of Central European theatres and opera houses. Last but not least, orientalist imaginations were incorporated into period pop culture objects, such as comic cartoons, advertising or fashion. Travels and travellers often played the role of actual or imaginary mediators The main goal of our conference is thus to discuss both the wide range of visual forms and the conceptual frameworks suitable for the analysis of their social impacts. Title: Visualising Egypt, giving birth to collections: Amalia Nizzoli, Marianne Brocklehurst and their pioneering activity Amalia Sola Nizzoli (1805 - ?) and Miss Marianne Brocklehurst (1832–1912) were among those early female personalities that travelled through Egypt leaving a detailed account of their journey. Amalia’s Memorie sull’Egitto (1841) and Marianne’s Diary (1873) still constitute exceptional testimonies of Egypt’s customs as viewed by two European travellers of the Nineteenth Century. Furthermore, their remarkable experiences are not limited to the recollection of events: both Amalia’s and Marianne’s journeys have also contributed to the creation of two collections of Egyptian antiquities in Italy (Museo Civico Archeologico, Bologna) and England (Macclesfield Museum, Macclesfield).The paper analyses and compares their impressions, the type of accounts they left, and the important events they witnessed as well as their significant contributions to Egyptology. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8183-8483 https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1633-5377
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Low fluence x-ray images for photon counting image processing
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Online supplement to "Coagulation factor XII may drive idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis by inducing pro-fibrotic changes in lung fibroblasts".
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These data files are for the two experiments of the study presented in "Robotic Hierarchical Graph Neurons. A novel implementation of HGN for swarm robotic behaviour control".
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For 2 sustaining instruments and partition concrete. Premiere: Shock of the New, Perth, 2015. TENOR Conference, Anglica Ruskin University, Cambridge UK, July 2016. Forum Neue Musik in der Christianskirche, Hamburg, Germany, November 2017. Due for release on Room 40 in November 2018. This piece was co-composed with French music concrete artist Lionel Marchetti. It is scored for two sustaining instruments and an audio track created by Marchetti, which you can hear on its own here. The work is performed on the Decibel ScorePlayer ipad application. The file contains Marchetti's audio file synchronised with the score - you will need to run the audio from the ipad into two bass amps. All other instructions are in the score. If you need help with how to upload the score into the player, go here. This is a partner piece to another piece by Cat Hope/Lionel Marchetti, 'The Last Days of Reality' for bass flute and tam tam, composed in 2018. A digital an hard copy of the score is available from Material Press.
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The file contains human T cell receptor (TCR) sequences obtained by multiplex PCR amplification of cDNA molecules followed by Illumina sequencing. Sequences were aligned to the human genome using MIGEC software (see doi: 10.1038/nmeth.2960 for details). Except for the header row, each row contains information about a unique TCR nucleotide sequence. Column 1 stores the TCR chain (a, alpha; b, beta). Column 2 stores the T cell subset. Column 3 is an identifier for the thymus sample of origin. Columns 4 and 5 store the nucleotide sequence and amino acid sequence, respectively, of the complementarity-determining region 3 (CDR3). Columns 6 and 7 store the TCR variable (v) and joining (j) gene segment information.
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Whole rock geochemistry
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This macro is designed to work with 4 channel confocal images where channel 1 is a nuclear stain and the other three channels are RNAscope puncta stains. The macro extracts the nuclei and classifies cells as positive or negative for each RNAscope marker based on a user defined cuttoff. Individual cells are also processed to count the raw number of RNAscope spots for each channel.
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Supplementary material for the manuscript: "Scale matters: the influence of structural inheritance on fracture patterns" This fileset contains data (orthophotos) used to map outcrop-scale fracture traces in 2D. Original photographs and files associated with the UAV photogrammetry workflow are included, along with a QGIS project file containing all of the interpreted fault traces.
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A collection of (compressed) index database files suitable for use with Centrifuge, Kraken1 and Kraken2 that can be used to classify metagenomes using the GTDB_r89_54k index. More information and details at: https://github.com/rrwick/Metagenomics-Index-Correction
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