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Figure S2 Concentration-fluorescence response of ADORA1 and ADRB1 stimulated by NECA and Isoproterenol in piggyBac-TANGOÂ assay. -: without transfection. +: agonist treatment. Number 1-14: the concentration of agonist used in piggyBac-TANGO assay corresponds to that of Fig. 2b and d. (JPG 202 kb)
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Figure S2. Specificity of linking nodes in the final network. (TIFF 3072 kb)
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Figure S1. The detection of blood cell analysis during the course of antibiotic treatment. White blood cells (WBC), neutrophilic granulocytes (NEUT), lymphocytes (LYMPH), monocytes (MONO#), eosinophils (EO#), and basophilic granulocytes (BASO#) were counted, and the counts were compared between the monkeys that were treated with antibiotics and ones were not, and there was no obvious difference. (TIF 597 kb)
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Figure S2. The combination effect of DMAMCL with VCR or Epirubicin on RMS cells in vitro. (A) RD and RH28 cells were treated with DMAMCL and VCR at different concentration in combination for 72 h. Cell survival was evaluated by MTS. Each data point represents the mean, SD of triplicate wells. The combination study was value by CI. CI  1 indicates drug antagonism. (B) RD and RH28 cells were treated with DMAMCL and VCR at different concentration in combination from 0 h to 72 h. Cell confluency(%) was calculated using Incucyte Zoom software by phase-contrast images. Each data point represents triplicate wells. (C) The pictures of RD and RH28 cells were treated with DMAMCL and VCR either alone or in combination for 72 h. (D) RD and RH28 cells were treated with DMAMCL and Epirubicin at different concentration in combination for 72 h. Cell survival was evaluated by MTS. Each data point represents the mean, SD of triplicate wells. The combination study was value by CI. (E) RD and RH28 cells were treated with DMAMCL and Epirubicin at different concentration in combination from 0 h to 72 h. Cell confluency(%) was calculated using Incucyte Zoom software by phase-contrast images. Each data point represents triplicate wells. (F) The pictures of RD and RH28 cells were treated with DMAMCL and Epirubicin either alone or in combination for 72 h. (TIF 3038 kb)
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ABOUT CORY Cory Asbury is a worship leader and songwriter who joined the Bethel Music Collective in May of 2015. Cory began leading worship at his local church at age fourteen, and from there launched into full-time worship ministry at the International House of Prayer in Kansas City in 2005. Cory is most known for his latest album, Reckless Love, named after the single. Along with “Reckless Love”, the album features songs such as “Endless Alleluia” and “Water and Dust”, pioneering a soulful journey into the heart of the Father. He is also featured on Bethel Music’s album Have It All (2016) with his song “Son of God”, as well as numerous IHOP-KC compilation albums. His first solo album, Let Me See Your Eyes (2009) includes well-known songs “Where I Belong,” “So Good to Me,” “Always Faithful,” and “Jesus, Let Me See Your Eyes.” Cory continues to lead worship regionally and internationally at various worship conferences and events. Cory carries a passion to lead people into encounters with the love of the Father. His prophetic worship style is marked by rich spontaneous moments in God’s presence. In December of 2016, Cory and his family moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan, where Cory now serves as Worship Pastor at Radiant Church. Cory and his wife, Anna have been married for 11 years. They have three beautiful children – Gabriel, Lily and River.
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Poster about the Linked Data And Networked Drones project: building an API for drone data management. This poster was presented in July 2019 at the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Summer Meeting held in Tacoma, Washington.
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Pollen from Brazilian Savannah (Cerrado), Mato Grosso do Sul state. The images were used for training and test software based on computer vision and machine learning.
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Jin et al. -supplementary figures and tables.
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