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Excel and other file sources for the Golden Droplets series
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Data Related to Fig 2. A mouse line carrying floxed Tgfbr2 and SMC lineage-tracing mT/mG alleles under control of a myosin heavy chain (Myh11) promoter on an Ldlr null background (Ldlr-/-;Myh11CreERT2;mT/mGf/f;Tgfbr2f/f) hereafter called TGFβR2iSMC-Ldlr. These mice were treated with Tamoxifen at 6 week of age and fed high cholesterol high fat diet for 4 months. Ascending aorta smooth muscle cells from these mice express macrophage, chondrocyte, adipocyte, and osteoblast lineage markers as shown by immunocytochemistry and qRT-PCT from laser micro dissection tissues compared to controls.
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Data and code files for manuscript submitted to the Journal of Theoretical Biology.
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Hardware design for build a Step Width System Capture
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Raw test data from SEAI funded ACCORD project. Results are from helical foil fatigue testing under radial load at ultimate limit state for ORPC's RivGen Power System. Load was applied at two locations along foil span to test turbine foil strength as well as composite clamp joint strength. The data highlights that the joint design is capable of handling the load applied where strain increase with cycles of load converged over time.
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Ab initio calculation files (Gaussian output files, video files, python code files). If any of these data is helpful, please cite the original paper: https://doi.org/10.1002/rcm.8790
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All the data was abtained under the support of the National Science Foundation of China (Grand No: 41430317, 41402136) and the Scientific Research Foundation of Key Laboratory of Coalbed Methane Resources and Reservoir Formation Process, Ministry of Education (China University of Mining and Technology) (Grand No: 2019-009). The data file from mercury intrusion method is named by "data of MIP", the data file from N2 and CO2 adsorption tests was entitled "data of N2 adsorption" and "data of CO2 adsorption", and the data file from permeability test is named by "20160910". The data listed here can be cited and interpreted for researching.
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Primary and raw data from the manuscript "CACNA1S haploinsufficiency confers resistance to New World arenavirus infection"
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The present study The evidence reported above supports the notion that social support both directly affects the relapse tendency of women experiencing heroin addiction, but also may have an indirect impact through the active coping strategies. In addition, the role of social support may also be moderated by openness to experience. Further, previous studies of heroin addiction found that the age of addict and their parents' level of education level were significantly correlated with their rates of heroin abuse (Aggarwal et al., 2015; Kolodny et al., 2015). Therefore, it is necessary to control for these factors in the present study. Based on the above analysis, this study proposes the hypotheses listed here and summarized in the model in Fig. 1. (1) Active coping strategies would mediate the relationship between social support and the relapse tendency. (2) Openness to experience would moderate the relationships between social support and active coping strategies, and between social support and the relapse tendency. (3) Openness to experience would moderate the mediating effect of active coping strategies in the relationship between social support and the relapse tendency. Statistical analyses Descriptive analyses and Pearson’s correlations were used by SPSS 22.0 for all variables. To test the moderated mediation model, we have adopted Stride's advice, and constructs are measured by latent variables as opposed to observed variables (Stride, Gardner, Catley, & Thomas, 2015). The analysis process of the entire model corresponds to the SPSS macro PROCESS (http://www.afhayes.com) suggested by Hayes (2018) but applying Mplus 7.4. The mediating (indirect) effect with 5000 bootstrap samples. In order to better reveal the relationship between latent variables, we used the item parceling strategy (Hall, Snell, & Foust, 1999; Little, Cunningham, Shahar, & Widaman, 2002). The critical value of the statistical test includes p value under the standard 0.05 level, and 95% bias-correction bootstrap confidence interval.
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