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Characteristics of study participants.

Ciborowski, Michal; Teul, Joanna; Martin-Ventura, Jose Luis; Egido, Jesús; Barbas, Coral (2013)
Publisher: Figshare
COPD – chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.ILT – intraluminal thrombus.

Group characteristics by the CCR5 genotype.

Parczewski, Milosz; Bander, Dorota; Leszczyszyn-Pynka, Magdalena; Urbanska, Anna; Kaczmarczyk, Mariusz; Ciechanowicz, Andrzej; Boroń-Kaczmarska, Anna (2013)
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n/a – non-applicable. Sample sizes vary due to data availability: CCR5 genotype, gender, AIDS diagnosis – 507 persons, HCV co-infection status - 464 persons, transmission route and history of antiretroviral treatment – 503 persons, HIV infection stage at diagnosis – 489 persons, baseline viral load (log copies/ml) – 288 persons, baseline lymphocyte CD4 count (cells/µl) – 488 persons, nadir lymphocyte CD4 count (cells/µl) – 494 persons, zenith lymphocyte CD4 count (cells/µl) – 499 persons, tim...

Comparison of the major GH families identified in large metagenomes of herbivores.

Wang, Lingling; Hatem, Ayat; V. Catalyurek, Umit; Morrison, Mark; Yu, Zhongtang (2013)
Publisher: Figshare
Data are presented using the format described in reference [5]. GHs were grouped based on their major activity in plant fiber degradation.NR, not reported.aPope et al, 2010 [9] (sequencing of activity-screened fosmids using 454 GS FLX).bBrulc, et al, 2009 [4]. The number of fiber-adherent samples was the average of three fiber adherent samples (shotgun metagenomic sequencing using 454 GS20).cHess et al, 2011 [3] (shotgun metagenomic sequencing using Illumina GAII and HiSeq2000).dPope et al, 2...

Comparison of CD133(+) and (−) cel counts ± standard deviation of SAOS-2 cells grown in the HFB or RCCS vessels.

E. Kelly, Sarah; Di Benedetto, Altomare; Greco, Adelaide; M. Howard, Candace; E. Sollars, Vincent; A. Primerano, Donald; V. Valluri, Jagan; Paolo Claudio, Pier (2013)
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Comparison of CD133(+) and (−) cel counts ± standard deviation of SAOS-2 cells grown in the HFB or RCCS vessels.

Cerebral sites of maximal hemodynamic responses during the combined [HM+SP] task: Between medication condition comparisons (puncorrected<0.001, k≥10).

Maillet, Audrey; Krainik, Alexandre; Debû, Bettina; Troprès, Irène; Lagrange, Christelle; Thobois, Stéphane; Pollak, Pierre; Pinto, Serge (2013)
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Cerebral activation locations refer to maximal hemodynamic response sites. L/R: left/right; BA: Brodmann’s area; x, y, z: mediolateral, rostrocaudal and dorsoventral Talairach coordinates; k: cluster size (number of voxels).

Bioinformatic analysis of isolated NS1 ED helix-helix dimer characteristics.

Kerry, Philip S.; Ayllon, Juan; A. Taylor, Margaret; Hass, Claudia; Lewis, Andrew; García-Sastre, Adolfo; E. Randall, Richard; G. Hale, Benjamin; J. Russell, Rupert (2013)
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ED helix-helix dimers identified as PDB ID_chains (e.g. dimer 3O9U_AC is formed by chains A and C of structure 3O9U). The helix-helix dimer formed by chains A and B of PR8 ED structure 2GX9 is identified by a superscript HH to distinguish it from the strand-strand dimer also made by those chains (see Table 4). The ED dimer formed by chain A of the full-length VN/04 NS1 structure 3F5T is distinguished from the RBD dimer formed by the same chain (see Table 5) by a superscript ED. All values cal...

Hospital Stay as a Proxy Indicator for Severe Injury in Earthquakes: A Retrospective Analysis

Zhao, Lu-Ping; Gerdin, Martin; Westman, Lina; Manuel Rodriguez-Llanes, Jose; Wu, Qi; van den Oever, Barbara; Pan, Liang; Albela, Manuel; Chen, Gao; Zhang, De-Sheng; Guha-Sapir, Debarati; von Schreeb, Johan (2013)
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IntroductionEarthquakes are the most violent type of natural disasters and injuries are the dominant medical problem in the early phases after earthquakes. However, likely because of poor data availability, high-quality research on injuries after earthquakes is lacking. Length of hospital stay (LOS) has been validated as a proxy indicator for injury severity in high-income settings and could potentially be used in retrospective research of injuries after earthquakes. In this study, we assesse...

High-Throughput Quantitative Biochemical Characterization of Algal Biomass by NIR Spectroscopy; Multiple Linear Regression and Multivariate Linear Regression Analysis

M. L. Laurens, L.; Wolfrum, E. J. (2013)
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One of the challenges associated with microalgal biomass characterization and the comparison of microalgal strains and conversion processes is the rapid determination of the composition of algae. We have developed and applied a high-throughput screening technology based on near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy for the rapid and accurate determination of algal biomass composition. We show that NIR spectroscopy can accurately predict the full composition using multivariate linea...

Effect of dopamine (60 µM) on membrane properties of D1 MSNs.

Planert, Henrike; K. Berger, Thomas; Silberberg, Gilad (2013)
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Effect of dopamine (60 µM) on membrane properties of D1 MSNs.