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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL: PHENOMENOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF METALS BASED ON RESISTIVITY

  • Guo, Qikai
  • Magén, César
  • Rozenberg, Marcelo J.
  • Noheda, Beatriz
1 Characterization of NdNiO3 films. 2 Fit to various metals. 3 Effective mass and carrier density. 4 Taylor expansion. 5 Determination of errors., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/329499
Dataset. 2022

TABLE_3_GENOMIC MAPPING OF COPY NUMBER VARIATIONS INFLUENCING IMMUNE RESPONSE IN BREAST CANCER.XLSX [DATASET]

  • López-Cade, Igor
  • García-Barberán, Vanesa
  • Cabañas, Esther
  • Díaz-Tejeiro, Cristina
  • Saiz-Ladera, Cristina
  • Sanvicente, Adrián
  • Pérez-Segura, Pedro
  • Pandiella, Atanasio
  • Győrffy, Balázs
  • Ocaña, Alberto
Identification of genomic alterations that influence the immune response within the tumor microenvironment is mandatory in order to identify druggable vulnerabilities. In this article, by interrogating public genomic datasets we describe copy number variations (CNV) present in breast cancer (BC) tumors and corresponding subtypes, associated with different immune populations. We identified regulatory T-cells associated with the Basal-like subtype, and type 2 T-helper cells with HER2 positive and the luminal subtype. Using gene set enrichment analysis (GSEA) for the Type 2 T-helper cells, the most relevant processes included the ERBB2 signaling pathway and the Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptor (FGFR) signaling pathway, and for CD8+ T-cells, cellular response to growth hormone stimulus or the JAK-STAT signaling pathway. Amplification of ERBB2, GRB2, GRB7, and FGF receptor genes strongly correlated with the presence of type 2 T helper cells. Finally, only 8 genes were highly upregulated and present in the cellular membrane: MILR1, ACE, DCSTAMP, SLAMF8, CD160, IL2RA, ICAM2, and SLAMF6. In summary, we described immune populations associated with genomic alterations with different BC subtypes. We observed a clear presence of inhibitory cells, like Tregs or Th2 when specific chromosomic regions were amplified in basal-like or HER2 and luminal groups. Our data support further evaluation of specific therapeutic strategies in specific BC subtypes, like those targeting Tregs in the basal-like subtype., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

DATASET FOR THE PAPER “MARTÍNEZ-WEINBAUM, M.; LOZANO-CARBÓ, M.; MAESTRO-GUIJARRO, L.; CARMONA-QUIROGA, P.M.; OUJJA, M.; CASTILLEJO, M., COMPARISON OF THE USE OF TRADITIONAL SOLVENTS AND NANOSECOND 213 NM ND:YAG LASER IN THINNING NATURALLY AGED VARNISH ON A CONTEMPORARY OIL EASEL PAINTING. HERITAGE. 2023, 6(2), 957-967.”

  • Martínez-Weinbaum, Marina
  • Lozano-Carbó, Miriam
  • Maestro-Guijarro, Laura
  • Carmona-Quiroga, Paula
  • Oujja, Mohamed
  • Castillejo, Marta
The study was undertaken in a contemporary oil easel painting which was temporarily loaned from the Restoration-Conservation Laboratory of the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Barcelona. Different varnish removal procedures were assessed over this painting, and, in order to analyse and compare the efficiency of the methods, several non-invasive and invasive techniques were applied. This dataset consists of images of the artwork (general and detail) and the results of the different cleaning procedures; the varnish removal test conditions performed; Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) spectra; Laser-induced Fluorescence (LIF) spectra; and Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR Spectroscopy). This information allows for assessing the results achieved with each cleaning methodology. Images are presented in JPG format. All spectra are presented in CSV format, on a single page. Descriptions of the selected areas and the experimental conditions in which the spectra were taken and the name of the column values are included at the top of each page. To illustrate the artwork, we took one image of the painting considered in the study (Fig. 1) and a general image under UV light of the picture (Fig. 2). Additionally, we can see the outcomes of varnish removal in the detail photos digital microscopy images (Fig. 3), and in detail UV light photograph of one of the cleaned areas (Fig. 4). For kinetic LIBS, 1 file per each uncleaned and cleaned by different methods area is included. Each file is composed of 41 columns, the first one (x) for wavelength and, the other 40 (y) for intensity. For LIF, 1 file per sample of the analysis of the fluorescence of each un/cleaned area. Each file is composed of 2 columns (wavelength and intensity). For FTIR, 1 file for the characterisation of the varnish, which is composed of 2 columns, the first one indicates the wavenumber (x), and the second one the transmittance (y)., [EN] The removal of aged varnish on artistic paintings is a delicate intervention and the use of UV laser for this purpose is of special relevance. In particular, the use of nanosecond-pulsed lasers operating at 213 nm has been noted to produce good results in mock-up samples, but it has not been tested in real artworks. In this paper, we report on the application of this procedure for the first time on a contemporary oil easel painting with naturally aged varnish. The obtained results were compared with those achieved using traditional solvents, specifically a mixture of ligroin:acetone. Additionally, hot water was used to remove surface dirt. The performance of the different cleaning procedures was assessed with a range of techniques, including low-power microscopy, UV lamp illumination, laser-induced fluorescence (LIF), and laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). Of the tested treatments, the best performance is obtained by nanosecond laser irradiation at 213 nm using an adequate laser fluence (typically 0.14 J/cm2) that allows controlled and efficient removal of the outermost aged varnish layer without affecting the underlying non-aged varnish and paint layers., This research was funded by the Spanish State Research Agency (AEI) through the project SCOCHLAS (Study and Conservation of Cultural Heritage with Lasers, PID2019-04124RBI00/AEI/1013039/501100011033), by the Community of Madrid through the project Top Heritage- CM (Tecnologías en Ciencias del Patrimonio, S2018/NMT_4372), and by the H2020 project IPERION HS (Integrated Platform for the European Research Infrastructure ON Heritage Science, GA 871034). L. Maestro-Guijarro’s participation was financed by a Youth Guarantee contract (CAM20_IQFR_AI_06) from the Community of Madrid., There are 4 folders that correspond to each technic employed for the analysis of the cleaning procedures, and 1 for the cleaning conditions description. The folder titled "PHOTOS" contains: Fig. 1 Image of the picture. Selected cleaned areas; Fig. 2 UV light image of the artwork; Fig. 3 Digital microscopy of area 6 (before and after cleaning); Fig. 4 Fluorescence under UV lamp before and after cleaning. The folder titled “LIBS” contains: LIBS_withoutcleaning; LIBS_deionizedwater; LIBS_solventmixture; LIBS_213nm,0.10 Jcm2; LIBS_213nm,0.14 Jcm2. The folder for “LIF” contains: LIF_withoutcleaning; LIF_deionizedwater; LIF_solventmixture; LIF_213nm,0.10 Jcm2; LIF_213nm,0.14 Jcm2. The folder “FTIR” contains: FTIR_varnish. The folder "Cleaning conditions description" contains the file "Cleaning treatments"., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

TABLE_4_GENOMIC MAPPING OF COPY NUMBER VARIATIONS INFLUENCING IMMUNE RESPONSE IN BREAST CANCER.XLSX [DATASET]

  • López-Cade, Igor
  • García-Barberán, Vanesa
  • Cabañas, Esther
  • Díaz-Tejeiro, Cristina
  • Saiz-Ladera, Cristina
  • Sanvicente, Adrián
  • Pérez-Segura, Pedro
  • Pandiella, Atanasio
  • Győrffy, Balázs
  • Ocaña, Alberto
Identification of genomic alterations that influence the immune response within the tumor microenvironment is mandatory in order to identify druggable vulnerabilities. In this article, by interrogating public genomic datasets we describe copy number variations (CNV) present in breast cancer (BC) tumors and corresponding subtypes, associated with different immune populations. We identified regulatory T-cells associated with the Basal-like subtype, and type 2 T-helper cells with HER2 positive and the luminal subtype. Using gene set enrichment analysis (GSEA) for the Type 2 T-helper cells, the most relevant processes included the ERBB2 signaling pathway and the Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptor (FGFR) signaling pathway, and for CD8+ T-cells, cellular response to growth hormone stimulus or the JAK-STAT signaling pathway. Amplification of ERBB2, GRB2, GRB7, and FGF receptor genes strongly correlated with the presence of type 2 T helper cells. Finally, only 8 genes were highly upregulated and present in the cellular membrane: MILR1, ACE, DCSTAMP, SLAMF8, CD160, IL2RA, ICAM2, and SLAMF6. In summary, we described immune populations associated with genomic alterations with different BC subtypes. We observed a clear presence of inhibitory cells, like Tregs or Th2 when specific chromosomic regions were amplified in basal-like or HER2 and luminal groups. Our data support further evaluation of specific therapeutic strategies in specific BC subtypes, like those targeting Tregs in the basal-like subtype., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

TABLE_5_GENOMIC MAPPING OF COPY NUMBER VARIATIONS INFLUENCING IMMUNE RESPONSE IN BREAST CANCER.XLSX [DATASET]

  • López-Cade, Igor
  • García-Barberán, Vanesa
  • Cabañas, Esther
  • Díaz-Tejeiro, Cristina
  • Saiz-Ladera, Cristina
  • Sanvicente, Adrián
  • Pérez-Segura, Pedro
  • Pandiella, Atanasio
  • Győrffy, Balázs
  • Ocaña, Alberto
Identification of genomic alterations that influence the immune response within the tumor microenvironment is mandatory in order to identify druggable vulnerabilities. In this article, by interrogating public genomic datasets we describe copy number variations (CNV) present in breast cancer (BC) tumors and corresponding subtypes, associated with different immune populations. We identified regulatory T-cells associated with the Basal-like subtype, and type 2 T-helper cells with HER2 positive and the luminal subtype. Using gene set enrichment analysis (GSEA) for the Type 2 T-helper cells, the most relevant processes included the ERBB2 signaling pathway and the Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptor (FGFR) signaling pathway, and for CD8+ T-cells, cellular response to growth hormone stimulus or the JAK-STAT signaling pathway. Amplification of ERBB2, GRB2, GRB7, and FGF receptor genes strongly correlated with the presence of type 2 T helper cells. Finally, only 8 genes were highly upregulated and present in the cellular membrane: MILR1, ACE, DCSTAMP, SLAMF8, CD160, IL2RA, ICAM2, and SLAMF6. In summary, we described immune populations associated with genomic alterations with different BC subtypes. We observed a clear presence of inhibitory cells, like Tregs or Th2 when specific chromosomic regions were amplified in basal-like or HER2 and luminal groups. Our data support further evaluation of specific therapeutic strategies in specific BC subtypes, like those targeting Tregs in the basal-like subtype., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

TABLE_6_GENOMIC MAPPING OF COPY NUMBER VARIATIONS INFLUENCING IMMUNE RESPONSE IN BREAST CANCER.XLSX [DATASET]

  • López-Cade, Igor
  • García-Barberán, Vanesa
  • Cabañas, Esther
  • Díaz-Tejeiro, Cristina
  • Saiz-Ladera, Cristina
  • Sanvicente, Adrián
  • Pérez-Segura, Pedro
  • Pandiella, Atanasio
  • Győrffy, Balázs
  • Ocaña, Alberto
Identification of genomic alterations that influence the immune response within the tumor microenvironment is mandatory in order to identify druggable vulnerabilities. In this article, by interrogating public genomic datasets we describe copy number variations (CNV) present in breast cancer (BC) tumors and corresponding subtypes, associated with different immune populations. We identified regulatory T-cells associated with the Basal-like subtype, and type 2 T-helper cells with HER2 positive and the luminal subtype. Using gene set enrichment analysis (GSEA) for the Type 2 T-helper cells, the most relevant processes included the ERBB2 signaling pathway and the Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptor (FGFR) signaling pathway, and for CD8+ T-cells, cellular response to growth hormone stimulus or the JAK-STAT signaling pathway. Amplification of ERBB2, GRB2, GRB7, and FGF receptor genes strongly correlated with the presence of type 2 T helper cells. Finally, only 8 genes were highly upregulated and present in the cellular membrane: MILR1, ACE, DCSTAMP, SLAMF8, CD160, IL2RA, ICAM2, and SLAMF6. In summary, we described immune populations associated with genomic alterations with different BC subtypes. We observed a clear presence of inhibitory cells, like Tregs or Th2 when specific chromosomic regions were amplified in basal-like or HER2 and luminal groups. Our data support further evaluation of specific therapeutic strategies in specific BC subtypes, like those targeting Tregs in the basal-like subtype., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR PHONON-ENHANCED MID-INFRARED CO2 GAS SENSING USING BORON NITRIDE NANORESONATORS

  • Bareza, Nestor Jr.
  • Paulillo, Bruno
  • Slipchenko, Tetiana
  • Autore, Marta
  • Dolado, Irene
  • Liu, Song
  • Edgar, James H.
  • Vélez, Saul
  • Martín-Moreno, Luis
  • Hillenbrand, Rainer
  • Pruneri, Valerio
(S1) Thin PEI film characterizations such as thickness, surface morphology and deposited layer profile. (S2) Differential resonant extinction contour plots as functions of hBN damping and ribbon geometry. (S3) Sensing of bare hBN nanoribbons with varying CO2 concentration. (S4) Fit of PEI permittivity model from experimental transmission spectrum as a function of CO2 concentration. (S5) Simulated response of different hBN ribbon geometry in varying CO2 concentration. (S6) Sensing of hBN nanoribbons and 30 nm PEI coating with varying CO2 concentration., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR PIM-1 MEMBRANES CONTAINING POSS - GRAPHENE OXIDE FOR CO2 SEPARATION

  • Mohsenpour, Sajjad
  • Ameen, Ahmed W.
  • Leaper, Sebastian
  • Skuse, Clara
  • Almansour, Faiz
  • Budd, Peter M.
  • Gorgojo, Patricia
Supplementary data 1: 1. Experimental details of POSS functionalized GO (GO-POSS) 2. Thickness and labelling of the prepared membranes 3. N2 adsorption and desorption isotherms of PIM-1 4. 1H Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (1H NMR) of PIM-1 5. (MALDI-TOF) mass spectroscopy of PIM-1 6. XPS spectra of GO-POSS and GO 7. FTIR spectra of GO-POSS and POSS 8. GO-POSS flake size distribution 9. AFM and height profile of GO-POSS samples 10. TEM images of GO and GO-POSS 11. FTIR spectra of MMMs 12. XRD spectra of 48PGP and PP MMMs 13. Cross-sectional and surface SEM images of selected MMMs 14. Single gas permeation test 15. CO2 permeability prediction for 48PGP membranes according to Maxwell equation 16. CO2/CH4 separation performance of the neat PIM-1 membrane and the MMMs prepared with GO-POSS72 and rGO-POSS72 as fillers 17. Effect of feed composition on CO2/CH4 separation performance of selected 48PGP MMMs 18. Effect of feed pressure on CO2/CH4 separation performance of selected 48PGP MMMs 19. H2/N2 separation performance of the selected membranes, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/329517
Dataset. 2022

ELECTRONIC SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION FOR PYRANYLIDENE/TRIFLUOROMETHYLBENZOIC ACID-BASED CHROMOPHORES FOR DYE SENSITIZED SOLAR CELLS

  • Royo, Raquel
  • Domínguez-Celorrio, Amelia
  • Franco, Santiago
  • Andreu, Raquel
  • Orduna, Jesús
1. General experimental methods 2. Device preparation and characterization 3. NMR spectra for new compounds (Figures S-1 to S-36) 4. Computational procedures (Figures S-37 to S40) 5. Dye-load studies (Figure S-41) 6. Calibration lines (UV-visible) (Figures S-42 to S-46) 7. UV-visible spectra of films at different immersion times (Figures S-47 to S-51) 8. Spectrum (UV-visible) of the OSRAM 930 lamp (Figure S-52) 9. J/V curves measured with the OSRAM 930 lamp (Figure S-53), Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL FOR "QUANTUM KERNELS TO LEARN THE PHASES OF QUANTUM MATTER"

  • Sancho-Lorente, Teresa
  • Román-Roche, Juan
  • Zueco, David
Additional figures that complete Fig. 1 in the main text., Peer reviewed

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