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Data from Western Blot. Protocols for immunoblotting.
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High-resolution H&E images and Cy3 images from the article: Asp M. et al. Spatial detection of fetal marker genes expressed at low level in adult human heart tissue. Scientific Reports. 2017 Oct 11;7(1):12941. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-13462-5.
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Supplementary Table 2: Clinical findings in acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis and pustular psoriasis. Supplementary Figure 2: Pustular psoriasis. A: Subcorneal pustular dermatitis with irregular epidermal hyperplasia (H&E, 48x magnification). B: CD161 highlights numerous dermal lymphocytes; a threshold of 10 positive cells per punch biopsy was significantly associated with pustular psoriasis (CD161, 200x magnification). Supplementary Figure 3: Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis. A: Erythroderma and monomorphous pustules following hydroxychloroquine. B: Widespread blistering following cefepime, prompting consideration of toxic epidermal necrolysis. C: Distal purpura. D: Mucosal involvement with erosions on the hard palate following administration of clindamycin.
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A new dataset for Arabic Traffic Signs is developed for the selected most common 24 Arabic traffic signs. The dataset consists of 2,718 real captured images and 57,078 augmented images for 24 Arabic traffic signs. The images are captured from three connected cities (Khobar, Dammam and Dhahran) in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. The newly developed dataset consisting of 2,718 real images is randomly partitioned into 80% percent training set (2,200 images) and 20% percent testing set (518) images. Augmented dataset of 57,078 images with 10,878 images for testing and 46,200 images for testing. Due to large file size, the Augmented training dataset is uploaded as two compressed files.
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Biodegradable starch films can be a great alternative for non-degradable conventional plastic films as packaging materials. Packaging material, besides relevant properties such as mechanical or barrier properties, should also be characterised by a good printability to provide some required information about the product. In this study we show the possibility of printing of starch films. Potato starch films with glycerol as a plasticiser were obtained. The properties of the films were confirmed by tensile strength, water vapour transition rate, and moisture content. Next, the surface free energy of the starch films was determinate by the Owens−Wendt and van Oss–Chaudhury–Good approach. The wettability of the obtained films was investigated by the analysis of water droplet absorption. Finally, the films were overprinted with biodegradable printing ink and optical density and colour parameters were determined. The printing performance was compared with biodegradable commercially available PLA and paper. The print quality of the overprinted starch films is comparable to the PLA and paper, which shows the strong potential of using starch films as a biodegradable, environmentally friendly packaging materials.
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Two separate research lines have shown first that infants expect agents to move efficiently toward goal-states and second that they navigate the social world selectively, preferring some individuals to others, and attributing social preferences to others’ agents. Here, we studied the relationship between infants’ expectations of efficient actions and their capacities to identify appropriate social partners. We presented 15-month-old infants with a set of videos containing three geometric figures depicting social agents. One of them (observer) watched how the other two agents acted to obtain a reward. Critically, the efficiency of their actions was manipulated. One agent reached the reward taking a direct efficient path (efficient agent), while the other took a curvilinear inefficient path (inefficient agent). At test, the observer approached each of them in two separate trials. Infants looked longer at the screen when the observer approached the inefficient rather than the efficient agent. In addition, they showed a bias to track the actions of the efficient agent when efficient and inefficient agents acted simultaneously. In a second experiment, we rejected the possibility that infants’ expectations in experiment 1 resulted from differences in the movement repertoire of the agents. The two studies suggest that infants use action efficiency as a cue to identify appropriate partners. They exploit this information to tune their attention and to predict others’ social interactions.
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The dataset here proposed is composed of over 190 spectra of single crystal specimens (including gem quality ones) and ornamental stones supplied by the Department of Sciences and Technology of the University of Sannio (Benevento, Italy). Additional organic compounds, such as waxes, resins, proteins, commonly used as protective of geomaterials in Cultural Heritage, are also provided in this contribution. All the samples have been analyzed by means of a Bruker Optics Alpha-R portable FTIR spectrometer with an External Reflectance (ER) head for contactless and non-destructive analyses. For further details refer to the paper titled "External reflectance FTIR dataset (4000 - 400 cm-1) for the identification of relevant mineralogical phases forming Cultural Heritage materials" and authored by Izzo et al.
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Forest fire images for deep learning.
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Data collected for the manuscript 'QEMSCAN as a method of semi-automated crystal size distribution analysis: Insights from Apollo 15 mare basalts'. In this study we investigate the feasibility of using Quantitative Evaluation of Minerals by SCANing electron microscopy (QEMSCAN) for semi-automated crystal size distribution analysis. Presented here are full resolution backscattered electron (BSE) maps, QEMSCAN mineral phase maps and QEMSCAN-derived energy dispersive x-ray (EDS) maps collected as part of this project. Backscattered electron (BSE) maps of each sample were gathered using a FEI QUANTA 650 field emission gun (FEG) scanning electron microscope (SEM) at the University of Manchester. The FEI QEMSCAN at the University of Manchester operates using the same QUANTA 650 FEG SEM, equipped with a single Bruker XFlash energy dispersive X-ray spectrometer (EDS), at an accelerating voltage of 25 kV and a 10 nA beam current. This set-up was used to collect QEMSCAN data in field scan mode, which produces full images of each field of the sample block, giving both qualitative major element chemical maps and a mineral phase map of the full thin section. Mineral phase maps of each sample were acquired using step sizes (i.e. pixel sizes) of 5, 10 and 20 microns (referred to as Q5, Q10 and Q20). The EDS maps were produced using the 5 micron step-size QEMSCAN field scans for each sample. The data are divided into folders based on sample thin section number.
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The single line diagrams of the three cases and all the test data employed in the present work.
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