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Dataset. 2022

ULTRASENSITIVE DETECTION OF SOY TRACES BY IMMUNOSENSING OF GLYCININ AND Β-CONGLYCININ AT DISPOSABLE ELECTROCHEMICAL PLATFORMS: APPENDIX A. SUPPLEMENTARY DATA

  • Blázquez-García, Marina
  • Arévalo, Beatriz
  • Serafín, Verónica
  • Benedé, Sara
  • Mata, Luis
  • Galán-Malo, Patricia
  • Segura-Gil, Isabel
  • Pérez, María Dolores
  • Pingarrón, José Manuel
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/311097
Dataset. 2022

SEEDLING PHENOTYPES OF PLANTS EXPRESSING SAUR63:X FUSION PROTEINS

  • Nagpal, Punita
  • Reeves, Paul H.
  • Wong, Jeh Haur
  • Armengot, Laia
  • Chae, Keun
  • Rieveschl, Nathaniel B.
  • Trinidad, Brendan
  • Davidsdottir, Vala
  • Jain, Prateek
  • Gray, William M.
  • Jaillais, Yvon
  • Reed, Jason W.
A,B) Hypocotyl length (A) and hypocotyl tortuosity index [B, 1 –(distance between ends)/(contour length)]) of seedlings of indicated genotypes grown for 3d in darkness on plates with 0.5x MS medium. C,D) Root length (C) and root tortuosity index (D) of seedlings of indicated genotypes grown for 4d in long days on plates with 1x MS 1% Sucrose medium. E,F) Root length (E) and root tortuosity index (F) of seedlings of indicated genotypes grown for 4d in short days on plates with 0.5x MS medium. Graphs show means ± s.d. Letters in graphs indicate statistical classes based on Tukey’s Honestly Significant Difference test. n from left to right: Panels A,B: 51, 24, 26, 28, 23, 25, 25; Panels C,D: 34, 17, 23, 14, 19, 15, 16; Panels E,F: 43, 21, 18, 17, 16, 15, 17. The same genotypes were measured in panels A-F, with genotype designations shown only in panels E and F. G,H,I) Hypocotyl epidermal cells of seedlings of indicated genotypes grown in short days for 2 days, visualized with the ML1:RFP shoot epidermis plasma membrane marker. Shown are z-stack confocal image projections of the near side of the hypocotyl. Scale bar, 0.1 mm. S2 Fig shows measurements of cell sizes in this experiment., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/311100
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL. ANALYSIS OF ALKYLPHENOLS, BISPHENOLS AND ALKYLPHENOL ETHOXYLATES IN MICROBIAL-FERMENTED FUNCTIONAL BEVERAGES AND BOTTLED WATER: OPTIMIZATION OF A DISPERSIVE LIQUID-LIQUID MICROEXTRACTION PROTOCOL BASED ON NATURAL HYDROPHOBIC EUTECTIC SOLVENTS

  • Baute-Pérez, David
  • Santana-Mayor, Álvaro
  • Herrera-Herrera, Antonio V.
  • Socas-Rodríguez, Bárbara
  • Rodríguez-Delgado, Miguel A.
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/311107
Dataset. 2022

SEEDLING PHENOTYPES OF PLANTS EXPRESSING SAUR63:YFP:HA VARIANTS

  • Nagpal, Punita
  • Reeves, Paul H.
  • Wong, Jeh Haur
  • Armengot, Laia
  • Chae, Keun
  • Rieveschl, Nathaniel B.
  • Trinidad, Brendan
  • Davidsdottir, Vala
  • Jain, Prateek
  • Gray, William M.
  • Jaillais, Yvon
  • Reed, Jason W.
A) Cotyledon area of seedlings of indicated genotypes grown on vertically oriented plates for 7d in long days in the absence (open bars) or presence (filled bars) of 1% sucrose. B) Root length of seedlings of indicated genotypes grown on vertically oriented plates for 4d in long days in the absence (open bars) or presence (filled bars) of 1% sucrose. C,F) Hypocotyl lengths (E) and hypocotyl tortuosity index [F, 1 –(distance between ends)/(contour length)] of seedlings grown on vertically oriented plates for 3d in darkness without sucrose. D) Cotyledon areas of P35S:SAUR63 and P35S:CBL11-12:SAUR6326-142 seedlings grown for 6d on vertically oriented MS 1% Suc plates. E) Hypocotyl lengths of P35S:SAUR63 and P35S:CBL11-12:SAUR6326-142 seedlings grown for 4d on vertically oriented 0.5x MS plates. Panels D and E show data for the three homozygous single-locus P35S:SAUR63 lines that differed most from wild type among seven lines analyzed. Graphs show means ± s.d. Letters in graphs indicate statistical classes based on Tukey’s Honestly Significant Difference test. n, from left to right: panel A: 26, 20, 25, 15, 22, 23, 24, 20, 22, 23, 19, 19, 21, 19, 21, 20; panel B: 19, 16, 18, 14, 20, 20, 21, 16, 21, 17, 19, 16, 18, 15, 16, 17; panel D: 77, 18, 17, 17, 19, 20; panel E: 119, 25, 24, 27, 21, 24; panels C and F: 35, 36, 45, 43, 47, 38, 41, 47., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/311113
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION - A STRUCTURALLY UNIQUE FUSOBACTERIUM NUCLEATUM TANNASE PROVIDES DETOXICANT ACTIVITY AGAINST GALLOTANNINS AND PATHOGEN RESISTANCE

  • Mancheño, Jose M.
  • Atondo, Estíbaliz
  • Tomás-Cortázar, Julen
  • Lavín, José Luis
  • Plaza-Vinuesa, Laura
  • Martín-Ruiz, Itziar
  • Barriales, Diego
  • Palacios, Ainhoa
  • Navo, Claudio D.
  • Sampedro, Leticia
  • Peña-Cearra, Ainize
  • Pascual-Itoiz, Miguel Ángel
  • Castelo, Janire
  • Carreras-González, Ana
  • Castellana, Donatello
  • Pellón, Aize
  • Delgado, Susana
  • Ruas-Madiedo, Patricia
  • Rivas, Blanca de las
  • Abecia, Leticia
  • Muñoz, Rosario
  • Jiménez-Osés, Gonzalo
  • Anguita, Juan
  • Rodríguez, Héctor
Fig. S1. Genetic context of the tannase gene (FN_0616) within the F. nucleatum subsp. nucleatum 25586 genome. Fig. S2. TanBFnn is monomeric in solution. Fig. S3. TanBFnn substrate specificity. Fig. S4. Biochemical properties of TanBFnn. Fig. S5. Amino acid sequence and active site comparisons between TanBFnn and TanALp. Fig. S6. Representative snapshots of three different 1 microsecond MD simulations of ethyl gallate (EG, in red) bound to TanBFnn. Fig. S7. Representation of MD simulations of methyl digallate (MDG, in red) bound to TanBFnn. Fig. S8. SPD interacts with TanBFnn. Fig. S9. Structure of spermidine and its N1 and N8-acetylated derivatives in their charged form at neutral pH. Fig. S10. Multiple sequence alignment of TanBFnn with homologs found within the Fusobacteriales, particularly, from the genus Leptotrichia: Leptotrichia sp. OH3620_COT-345 (WP_125237392.1); L. wadei (WP_146961278.1); L. massiliensis (WP_071123737.1); L. buccalis (WP_157859547.1). Fig. S11. Multiple sequence alignment of TanBFnn with homologs from bacterial genera that are prevalent in the oral cavity: Aggregatibacter (WP_006718097.1); Selenomonas (WP_051586482.1); Veillonella (WP_127058572.1); Mitsuokella (WP_118475533.1). Fig. S12. Multiple sequence alignment of TanBFnn with homologs from bacterial genera present in the human gut: Leptotrichia (WP_157859547.1); Veillonella (WP_127058572.1); Megasphaera (WP_044503365.1); Roseburia (WP_173884414.1); Bacteroides (WP_164733466.1); Parabacteroides (WP_172733427.1); Lachnoclostridium (WP_087219107.1); Fusicatenibacter (WP_173816499.1); Dorea (WP_161159564.1); Blautia (WP_095175021.1); Lactobacillaceae (WP_054397147.1); Sutterella (GenBank: RGU74189.1). Table S1 related to Figure 1. Species harboring orthologous tannase proteins., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/311117
Dataset. 2022

EPISTASIS AMONG SAUR63 AND PP2C.D5 LINES, AND PHENOTYPES RELATED TO PM H+-ATPASE ACTIVITY

  • Nagpal, Punita
  • Reeves, Paul H.
  • Wong, Jeh Haur
  • Armengot, Laia
  • Chae, Keun
  • Rieveschl, Nathaniel B.
  • Trinidad, Brendan
  • Davidsdottir, Vala
  • Jain, Prateek
  • Gray, William M.
  • Jaillais, Yvon
  • Reed, Jason W.
A) Appearance of genotypes used for crosses presented in A and in Fig 2C and 2D, grown for 6d in long days in the presence of sucrose. Scale bar, 3 mm. B) Hypocotyl lengths of seedlings of indicated genotypes grown for 4d in short days in the absence of sucrose. Plants measured were F1 progeny of crosses of transgenic lines with each other or with wild-type Columbia, and were hemizygous for the indicated transgene(s). Fig 2C shows a subset of this data. A replicate experiment gave similar results. C) Appearance of PEST:SAUR63:CerFP:HA and wild-type seedlings grown with estradiol and in the absence or presence of 15 mM LiCl. Seedlings were grown for 3d under control conditions, and then transferred to plates with estradiol and with or without 15 mM LiCl, and grown for an additional 3d before imaging. Dots mark positions of root tips at the time of transfer to estradiol plates. Scale bar, 5 mm. D) Root growth of indicated genotypes in the absence (open bars) or presence (closed bars) of 15 mM LiCl. Seedlings were grown without LiCl for 5d, transferred to plates containing 0 or 15 mM LiCl, and root growth over the next three days was measured. E) HPTS fluorescence ratios around root cells of indicated genotypes. Data are pooled from measurements taken on three different days, each normalized to the average of wild-type values on those days. Graphs show means ± s.d. Letters in graphs indicate statistical classes based on Tukey’s Honestly Significant Difference test. n, from left to right: panel B: 28, 24, 24, 30, 26, 27, 26, 25, 26, 25, 24, 20, 24, 26, 25; panel D: 21, 27, 16, 23, 19, 25, 20, 30, 18, 28, 21, 30, 23, 31, 18, 29; panel E: 26, 13, 14, 16., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/311125
Dataset. 2022

LOCALIZATION OF SAUR63:YFP:HA IN ROOT MERISTEM EPIDERMAL CELLS COMPARED TO CONTROL WAVE LINES

  • Nagpal, Punita
  • Reeves, Paul H.
  • Wong, Jeh Haur
  • Armengot, Laia
  • Chae, Keun
  • Rieveschl, Nathaniel B.
  • Trinidad, Brendan
  • Davidsdottir, Vala
  • Jain, Prateek
  • Gray, William M.
  • Jaillais, Yvon
  • Reed, Jason W.
A-D)P35S:SAUR63:YFP:HA. E-H)P35S:SAUR6326-142:YFP:HA. I-L)PUBQ10:WAVE 138Y expressing a PM-localized YFP fusion protein. M-P) PUBQ10:WAVE 1Y expressing a cytoplasmically-localized YFP fusion protein. Q-T) PUBQ10:WAVE 9Y expressing a YFP fusion protein localized to the tonoplast. Shown are fluorescence confocal microscopy images of YFP (green, A,E,I,M,Q), FM4-64 membrane staining (magenta, B,F,J,N,R), and both channels together (C,G,K,O,S) with vertical yellow lines indicating locations of quantitation of fluorescence intensity signals, scaled to the maximum signal along the line (D,H,L,P,T). Image color channel brightnesses were adjusted for visibility. Scale bar, 20 μm., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/311128
Dataset. 2022

GASTROINTESTINAL CO-DIGESTION OF WINE POLYPHENOLS WITH GLUCOSE/WHEY PROTEINS AFFECTS THEIR BIOACCESSIBILITY AND IMPACT ON COLONIC MICROBIOTA: APPENDIX A. SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL

  • Tamargo García, Alba
  • Cueva, Carolina
  • Silva, Mariana
  • Molinero, Natalia
  • Miralles, Beatriz
  • Bartolomé, Begoña
  • Moreno-Arribas, M. Victoria
All supplementary files included with this article: Powerpoint document. Supplementary data 1. Powerpoint document. Supplementary data 2. Word document. Supplementary data 3., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/311135
Dataset. 2022

INTEGRAL USE OF PECTIN-RICH BY-PRODUCTS IN A BIOREFINERY CONTEXT: A HOLISTIC APPROACH. APPENDIX A. SUPPLEMENTARY DATA

  • Sabater, Carlos
  • Villamiel, Mar
  • Montilla, Antonia
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/311146
Dataset. 2022

PORTFOLIO EFFECT AND ASYNCHRONY AS DRIVERS OF STABILITY IN PLANT-POLLINATOR COMMUNITIES ALONG A GRADIENT OF LANDSCAPE HETEROGENEITY [DATASET]

  • Lázaro, Amparo
  • Gómez-Martínez, Carmelo
  • González-Estévez, Miguel A.
  • Hidalgo, Manuel
2 tables., Understanding how pollination services can be maintained in increasingly anthropogenic landscapes is a current challenge for basic and applied ecology. The stability of plant-pollinator communities might increase in heterogeneous landscapes with a high diversity of species and alternative habitats, both through increased portfolio effect (property of communities to fluctuate less than the sum of its counterparts) and decreased synchrony (coincident changes in species abundance). However, how these drivers of stability (portfolio effect and synchrony) vary along land-use gradients remains largely unknown. Using independent samplings for plants, pollinators, and their interactions in Mediterranean communities along a gradient of landscape heterogeneity, we assessed the relationships between within-year stability and its drivers; and between the drivers of stability, landscape heterogeneity, and species diversity. Besides, we evaluated the relationships between the drivers of interaction stability and the structure of mutualistic networks (modularity, nestedness, connectance). Stability increased with larger portfolio effects and asynchronies. Interaction stability was positively related to pollinator stability, but not to plant stability. Landscape evenness increased the stability of plants, pollinators, and their interactions, through increased portfolio effects. However, for plants and pollinators, the landscape effect was detected at a smaller scale (1-km) than for interactions (2-km); and for pollinators and interactions, the effect was only evident from medium-to-high levels of landscape evenness. Temporal synchrony of species/pairwise interactions was an important driver of stability, tightly linked to species/interaction diversity. More asynchronous communities showed a larger portfolio effect and were also those with higher species evenness for all plants, pollinators, and their interactions; while synchrony was also weakly positively related to species richness for plants. Interestingly, more modular network structures conferred enhanced overall community stability, through higher portfolio effect and asynchrony. Preserving diverse communities within the heterogeneous Mediterranean landscapes helps maintain the stability of pollination services, both through increased asynchrony and portfolio effect., Peer reviewed

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