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Report on the International Workshop on Contributorship and Scholarly Attribution, May 16, 2012

Irene Hames (2012)
Publisher: Figshare
  On May 16, 2012, individuals from a wide range of sectors with interests in scholarly publishing gathered together at an invitation-only workshop at Harvard University to discuss authorship, contributorship and attribution, and to explore alternative models. The report summarises the problems identified with current attribution and citation practices, details the discussions and recommendations from the breakout groups on how they could be improved, and lists the projects being taken for...

On the identity of the type species of the genus Telema (Araneae, Telemidae)

plazi (2012)
Publisher: Plazi.org taxonomic treatments database
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Dietary Factors Impact on the Association between CTSS Variants and Obesity Related Traits

Background/AimsCathepsin S, a protein coded by the CTSS gene, is implicated in adipose tissue biology–this protein enhances adipose tissue development. Our hypothesis is that common variants in CTSS play a role in body weight regulation and in the development of obesity and that these effects are influenced by dietary factors–increased by high protein, glycemic index and energy diets.MethodsFour tag SNPs (rs7511673, rs11576175, rs10888390 and rs1136774) were selected to capture all common var...

Human Remains from the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition of Southwest China Suggest a Complex Evolutionary History for East Asians

BackgroundLater Pleistocene human evolution in East Asia remains poorly understood owing to a scarcity of well described, reliably classified and accurately dated fossils. Southwest China has been identified from genetic research as a hotspot of human diversity, containing ancient mtDNA and Y-DNA lineages, and has yielded a number of human remains thought to derive from Pleistocene deposits. We have prepared, reconstructed, described and dated a new partial skull from a consolidated sediment ...

Demographic data for the cohort.

The mean, the standard deviation and the range for the age at onset (AAO) for the sequenced samples and the families are shown. For the families the AAO represents the mean AAO of the affected individuals of each family.

Resistance status of Aedes aegypti populations of Martinique to Bti, temephos (larvae) and deltamethrin (adults).

1Susceptible reference strains. LC50 and LC95 in mg/liter for the Bora strain were 0.062 and 0.14 with Bti, 0.0032 and 0.0059 with temephos. KDT50 and KDT95 were 14 and 21 min with deltamethrin. ci: confidence interval.

Numbers of serological positives of different subtypes or clades of avian influenza in tree sparrows bought from two cities.

Numbers of serological positives of different subtypes or clades of avian influenza in tree sparrows bought from two cities.