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This data contains four variables, childhood psychological maltreatment, immorality, empathy and cyberbullying perpetration attitudes
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The repository includes the dataset for the manuscript entitled A calibration framework for high-resolution hydrological models using a multiresolution and heterogeneous strategy submitted to WRR. Currently, we only deposit the data for plotting Fig4. Upon acceptance, we will store all the data in this repository.
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This data is tabulated raw data using the SPSS program from a questionnaire (from 338 respondents) measuring each variable (innovation mindset, knowledge management, organizational learning, organizational culture, organizational forgetting and competitive intelligence).
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The barred knifejaw, Oplegnathus fasciatus (Teleostei: Centrarchiformes Oplegnathidae), is an important species in marine cage culture and fish stocking for marine ranching in East Asia. The males of Oplegnathidae (O. fasciatus and O. punctatus) species are characterized by an X1X2Y system with a neo-Y chromosome based on male karyotype analyses. Release of the chromosome-level reference genome of female O. fasciatus has facilitated insights into the origin of the X1X2Y system of male O. fasciatus. In the present study, we applied PacBio long-read sequencing and high-throughput chromosome interaction mapping (Hi-C) to assemble a chromosome-level genome of male O. fasciatus. A highly contiguous genome with a size of 795 Mb, 2,295 contigs, and a contig N50 of 2.13 Mb was obtained. The 1,355 ordered contigs combined with the draft genome were further assembled into 23 chromosomes approximately 762 Mb in length with a contig and scaffold N50 length of 2.18 and 32.43 Mb, respectively. A large neo-chromosome (Ch9) of 94.2 Mb was assembled from 444 contigs, and found to be more than three times larger than the rest chromosomes in O. fasciatus genome. In addition, 63.1 Mb of the Ch9 sequences of male O. fasciatus had high identity (~99.0%) to the Ch8 and Ch10 sequences of female O. fasciatus based on a whole-genome synteny analysis, showing that the neo-Y chromosome shared significant homology with Ch8 and Ch10 based on male/female genome comparison. Significant fission tracks at the terminal point of the chromosomes were also identified between Ch9 and Ch8/Ch10 using synteny analyses, which showed chromosome rearrangements events had happened in the neo-chromosome Ch9. Our present results accurately demonstrated that the X1X2Y system of male O. fasciatus originated from the fusions of the non-homologous chromosomes Ch8 and Ch10. According to the synteny analyses and previous karyotypes results, which characterized acrocentric chromosomes, we suggested that a centric fusion of acrocentric chromosomes Ch8 and Ch10 was responsible for the formation of the X1X2Y system of male O. fasciatus.
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Normalised wound area showing migration of NIH3T3 cells upon exosome treatment. Migration rate showing enhanced migration of NIH3T3 cells upon exosome treatment. MTT assay of HaCaT cells on PUAO and PUAO-CPO scaffolds. MTT assay of NIH3T3 cells on PUAO and PUAO-CPO scaffolds. MTT assay of ADSCs cells on PUAO and PUAO-CPO scaffolds
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Resultados da avaliação automática realizada com a ferramenta Total Validator
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Data for "Quantifying the Human Health Benefits of Using Satellite Information to Detect Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms and Manage Recreational Advisories in U.S. Lakes" by Signe Stroming, Molly Robertson, Bethany Mabee, Yusuke Kuwayama, and Blake Schaeffer.
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Individual measurements for each pressure ridge, and block size distributions across all lava flows.
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Aim of the study: In-house cardiac arrest is a common event associated with high morbidity and mortality. Fortunately, an optimal clinical response can improve patient outcomes. Advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) guidelines represent evidence-based management of in-hospital cardiac arrest, but numerous studies show that compliance is suboptimal. We developed an electronic decision support tool and investigated whether the use of the tool improves adherence to ACLS guidelines. Methods: A prospective randomised trial was conducted at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Unannounced in-situ simulations of in-hospital cardiac arrest were performed in intensive care unit settings over 15 months. Code teams assembled from physicians and nurses on clinical duty at the time of simulation were randomised to either the electronic decision support tool (eDST) or a control group. Simulations were video recorded and graded for adherence to ACLS guidelines. Results: Use of the new tool resulted in an absolute 10% increase in the percentage of correct clinical actions between the control (n=16) and intervention (eDST; n=11; 73% vs 83%; p=0.001). Use of the tool also resulted in a reduction in median number of errors committed per simulation (2 vs 1, p<0.001). Conclusion: In this study, an electronic decision support tool improved team performance as measured by increased adherence to ACLS guidelines and a reduction in errors. Future research should investigate optimal implementation of the eDST into routine clinical practice and observed impact on both process and outcome metrics.
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These files contained lab notes on the preparation of hot-pressed plant-based biopolymers and, raw, filtered and analyzed data on bending properties, thermal and structural analysis.
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