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Contributors:Andrews Christopher, Thomas David, Welch Marcia, Yapura Jimena, Potter Murray
The data presented here are associated with the following articles:
Andrews C.J., Thomas D.G., Welch M.V., Yapura J., Potter M.A. (2020). Monitoring ovarian function and detecting pregnancy in felids: a review. Theriogenology, In Press.
Supplement 1 provides basal (anestrus or interestrus) and peak (estrus) estradiol and fecal estradiol metabolite concentrations reported for felid species in the existing peer-reviewed literature. The basal (non-luteal) and peak (diestrus) progesterone and fecal progesterone metabolite concentrations for each species are also summarized in Supplement 1.
Supplement 2 contains the raw primary data used to calculate the values (secondary data) presented in Supplement 1.
Peer-reviewed literature (published between January 1975 and February 2020) discussing the estradiol and progesterone, and fecal estradiol and progesterone metabolites concentrations of felids were reviewed. Searches were conducted for each felid species in both Web of Science and Google Scholar using the following search terms: ‘common name’ OR ‘other name’ OR ‘Genus species’ AND ‘serum OR plasma OR fecal OR faecal’ AND ‘estr* OR ovar* OR pregnan* OR gestat* OR luteal OR progest*’.
For each publication and species, the mean and range of the basal and peak estradiol (pg/ml), fecal estradiol metabolite (ng/g), progesterone (ng/ml), and/or fecal progesterone metabolite (µg/g) concentrations were recorded. The overall (i.e., across all publications) weighted mean, sample size (both the number of animals and number of samples), and range of the basal and peak estradiol, fecal estradiol metabolite, progesterone, and/or fecal progesterone metabolite concentrations were calculated for each species.
Supplement of the article "Norms of interocular circumpapillary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness differences at 768 retinal locations", accepted for publication in Translational Vision Science & Technology
Data accompanying the manuscript "Dense sampling of bird diversity increases power of comparative genomics" In Nature releasing of 267 bird genomes as part of the Bird 10,000 Genome Project (B10K), in addition to orthology assignments and analyses on a total of 363 genomes.
The dataset includes
- Extended Data Figures. Zoomable PDFs for some Extended Data Figures 2e, 3, 6, 7c, 8a with tip labels; gene tree file for GH orthologs shown in Extended Data Figure 6.
- Supplementary Tables 1 to 15. Captions are given in supplementary_table_captions.txt. Tables can be downloaded individually or as a package (supplementary_tables.zip).
Sample information for each genome and genome statistics (Supplementary Table1) can also be viewed online at https://b10k.scifeon.cloud/.
- B10K_name_map.xls. Allows translation of B10K sample codes, short 6 letter codes used in ortholog annotations and species latin name.
- Supplementary File 2. The tree file in newick format for all 10,135 species of birds. The tree was pruned from the synthesis tree by excluding all subspecies, operational taxonomic units and unaccepted species as described in Supplementary File 1.
Scores displayed for ‘median’ patient: male, 41 years old, BMI 25, Fitzpatrick skin type 2, no usage of concomitant medication; IGA, Investigator Global Assessment; NRS, Numerical Rating Scale; Estimated probability ranging from 0 to 100% for the answer categories based on our ordinal logistic mixed-effects models; a Registered in the Amsterdam UMC only.
Contributors:Garcia-Macias Enrique, Martínez-Castro Alejandro E.
All the data relating the case studies used to validate the HTSA approach. These include: simply supported beam, continuous three-span bridge, the viaduct of Rodenillo, and the viaduct of Santa Ana. Along with the data files, MATLAB scripts are also provided to post-process the results.
Thebaine 6-O-demethylase (T6ODM) is an Fe(II)/2-oxoglutarate-dependent dioxygenase catalyzing two oxidative O-demethylation reactions in morphine biosynthesis. Through the docking and Multi-Parametric Surface Plasmon Resonance (MP-SPR) we have shown that two molecules of substrate bind to the Active site. Further through MD simulation, QM/MM and DFT calculations energy barrier for the 6-O-demethylation of thebaine and oripavine has been calculated. All these energy barriers are energetically favorable.
The supplementary data for "When and where did the Tibetan Meso-Tethys Ocean open? Volcanic and paleomagnetic evidence for a Mid-Triasic rifting between the Lhasa and Qiangtang Terranes" include sample analysis data (Bulk-rock major, trace element and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic of the trachytic lavas, Zircon LA-ICP-MS U-Pb age data, and Zircon Hf isotopic data), and paleomagnetic data of the Lhasa and Qiangtang terranes.
This is a set of data of an manuscript of “Lung density on post-mortem computed tomography using three-dimensional data: A comparison between fresh-water and salt-water drowning.” Postmortem computed tomography (PMCT) is increasingly used rather than autopsy in some countries. Previously, the difference between the findings of PMCT among cases of fresh-water and salt-water drowning had been reported, but the density (CT number) of the lungs was not compared. Therefore, we investigated the density of whole lungs between fresh- and salt-water drowning cases in this article, to address this shortcoming. Using three-dimensional data, we found a higher PMCT density (CT number) in the whole lungs of individuals who drowned in sea water than in those who drowned in fresh water. This may reflect differences in phenomena occurring during drowning, including the severity of pulmonary edema, particularly interstitial edema, between the two types of drowning.