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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data59
Dataset. 2021

SUPPLEMENTAL DATA OF: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF RAT ADIPOSE TISSUE CELL RECOVERY, AND NON-FAT CELL VOLUME, IN PRIMARY CELL CULTURES

  • Rotondo, Floriana
  • Romero Romero, María del Mar
  • Ho-Palma, Ana Cecilia
  • Remesar Betlloch, Xavier
  • Fernández López, José Antonio
  • Alemany, Marià, 1946-
Background. White adipose tissue (WAT) is a complex, diffuse, multifunctional organ which contains adipocytes, and a large proportion of fat, but also other cell types, active in defence, regeneration and signalling functions. Studies with adipocytes often require their isolation from WAT by breaking up the matrix of collagen fibres, however, it is unclear to what extent adipocyte number in primary cultures correlates with their number in intact WAT, since recovery and viability are often unknown. Experimental design. Epididymal WAT of 4-6 young adult rats was used to isolate adipocytes with collagenase. Careful recording of lipid content of tissue, and all fraction volumes and weights, allowed us to trace the amount of initial WAT fat remaining in the cell preparation. Functionality was estimated by incubation with glucose and measurement of lactate, glycerol and NEFA production. Non-adipocyte cells were also recovered and their sizes (and those of adipocytes) were also measured. The presence of non-nucleated cells (erythrocytes) was also estimated. Results. Cell numbers and sizes were correlated from all fractions to intact WAT. Tracing the lipid content, the recovery of adipocytes in the final, metabolically active, preparation was in the range of 70-75%. Adipocytes were 7%, erythrocytes 68% and other stromal (nucleated cells) 24% of total WAT cells. However, their overall volumes were, 91%, 0.05%, and 0.2% of WAT. Non-fat volume of adipocytes was 2.5% of WAT. Conclusions. The methodology presented here allows for a direct quantitative reference to the original tissue of studies using isolated cells. We have found, also, that the "live cell mass" of adipose tissue is very small (about 25 µL/g for adipocytes and 2 µL/g stromal, plus about 1 µL/g blood). This fact, translates (with respect to the actual "live cytoplasm" size) into an extremely high metabolic activity, which make WAT an even more significant agent in the control of energy metabolism.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data600
Dataset. 2023

AN ALGORITHM TO DETECT ENDANGERED CULTURAL HERITAGE BY AGRICULTURAL EXPANSION AT A GLOBAL SCALE

  • Conesa, Francesc C.
  • Orengo Romeu, Hèctor A.
An algorithm that combines Big Earth Data and geospatial analysis in Google Earth Engine for the automated detection of archaeological mounds and Cultural Heritage sites that are potentially endangered by new agricultural developments.

The dataset contains supplementary materials to accompany the paper “Conesa, F. C., Orengo, H. A., Lobo, A., & Petrie, C. A. (2022). An Algorithm to Detect Endangered Cultural Heritage by Agricultural Expansion in Drylands at a Global Scale. Remote Sensing, 15(1), 53. MDPI AG.http://doi.org/10.3390/rs15010053".

It includes the JavaScript code to be implemented in Google Earth Engine(c) and the R script for vector output visualisation.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data601
Dataset. 2023

Z2Z4-ADDITIVE CODES. A MAGMA PACKAGE

  • Borges, Joaquim
  • Fernández-Córdoba, Cristina
  • Pujol, Jaume
  • Rifà, Josep
  • Villanueva, Mercè
"Z2Z4-Additive Codes" is a package that supports the basic facilities to work with Z2Z4-additive codes (see [1],[2]) in Magma (see [3]). With this package, this kind of codes can be created and manipulated and information about these codes can be calculated. "Z2Z4-Additive Codes" consists of five files written in the Magma language. Please send your bug reports to Combinatorics, Coding and Security Group (CCSG) at support.ccsg@uab.cat or if it is a Magma problem to magma-trouble (magma@maths.usyd. edu.au). See the section below. "Z2Z4-Additive Codes" was originally written in Magma by Bernat Gastón (supervised by Mercè Villanueva and Jaume Pujol) as a support for a research project on Z2Z4-additive codes developed by the Combinatorics, Coding and Security Group (CCSG) within the Department of Information and Communications Engineering (dEIC) at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB).

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data60
Dataset. 2021

SUPPLEMENTAL DATA OF: IN RATS FED HIGH-ENERGY DIETS, TASTE –RATHER THAN FAT CONTENT– IS THE KEY FACTOR INCREASING FOOD INTAKE. COMPARISON OF A CAFETERIA AND A LIPID-SUPPLEMENTED STANDARD DIET

  • Oliva Lorenzo, Laia
  • Aranda, Tània
  • Caviola, Giada
  • Fernández-Bernal, Anna
  • Alemany, Marià, 1946-
  • Fernández López, José Antonio
  • Remesar Betlloch, Xavier
Background: Diet deeply affects the food selection and ingestion both in humans and rodents, often resulting in excess energy intake. Methods: We investigated this process comparing two different high-fat dietary approaches to induce obesity, in which all rats received about 40% of their energy intake as lipids. The main nutrient difference between the diets, when compared with controls fed standard lab chow, was the lipid content. Cafeteria diets (K) were devised to be tasty, and thus highly desirable to the rats, mainly for its diverse mix of tastes, particularly salty and sweet. This diet was compared with another high-fat (HF) potentially obesogenic diet, devised not to be as tasty as K, and prepared just supplementing standard chow pellets with fat. We also analysed the influence of sex on the effects of the diets. Results: K rats grew faster, especially the males, although females showed a higher proportion of body lipid, because of a high lipid, sugar and protein intake. HF weight change rates were not different from those of controls. In addition to high sugar, K rats also ingested large amounts of salt. With this study we have shown that the key factor eliciting the excess energy intake in a high-energy diet rat model was not solely or mainly their fat intake. The changes in body fat accrual were more a consequence of their appetence for the food. Conclusions: The results show that the significant presence of sugar and salt is a powerful factor promoting excess food intake, more effective than increasing diet lipid content. These effects were already observed after a relatively short treatment, additionally confirming the differential effects of sex on the hedonic and obesogenic response to diet.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data602
Dataset. 2023

SOUTH AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL ISOTOPIC DATABASE (SAAID)

  • Pezo-Lanfranco, Luis Nicanor
  • Colonese, André
  • Fossile, Thiago
  • Mut, Patricia
  • Chávez Quispe, Juan Carlos
  • Fernandes, Ricardo
Data of available stable isotope measurements of archaeological interest (δ13C, δ15N, δ34S, δ18O, and 87Sr/86Sr) reported for humans, animals, and plants from South America.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data603
Dataset. 2023

MULTIPLY - BASELINE HOUSEHOLD SURVEY, SIERRA LEONE

  • Augustin E. Fombah
  • Haily Chen
  • Kwabena Owusu-Kyei
  • Llorenç Quinto
  • Raquel Gonzalez
  • Julian Williams
  • Mireia Llach Berne
  • Myrte Wassenaar
  • Abubakarr Jalloh
  • Joehenry Sunders
  • Maximo Ramirez
  • Cesc Bertran-Cobo
  • Francisco Saute
  • Didier K. Ekouevi
  • Valérie Briand
  • Anitta R.Y. Kamara
  • Tom Sesay
  • Mohamed Samai
  • Clara Menéndez
A cross-sectional, community-based, multi-stage cluster household survey conducted in selected districts of the Northern and northwestern provinces of Sierra Leone among 10- 23 months old children

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data604
Dataset. 2023

THE MEDAFRICARBON RADIOCARBON DATABASE AND WEB APPLICATION. ARCHAEOLOGICAL DYNAMICS IN MEDITERRANEAN AFRICA, CA. 9600-700 BC

  • Lucarini, Giulio
  • Wilkinson, Toby C.
  • Crema, Enrico R.
  • Palombini, Augusto
  • Bevan, Andrew
  • Broodbank, Cyprian
MedAfriCarbon radiocarbon database and web app are outcomes of theMedAfrica Project —Archaeological deep history and dynamics of Mediterranean Africa, ca. 9600-700 BC.The dataset presented here includes a collection of1584calibrated archaeological 14C dates from1587samples collected from368sites located in Mediterranean Africa (plus some additional dates whose published information is incomplete). The majority of the dates are linked to cultural and environmental variables, notably the presence/absence of different domestic/wild species and specific material culture.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data605
Dataset. 2023

REPLICATION DATA FOR: PHOSPHORYLATION DISRUPTS LONG-DISTANCE ELECTRON TRANSPORT IN CYTOCHROME C

  • Gomila Juaneda, Alexandre
  • Pérez-Mejías, Gonzalo
  • Nin-Hill, Alba
  • Guerra-Castellano, Alejandra
  • Casas Ferrer, Laura
  • Ortiz Tescari, Sthefany
  • Díaz-Quintana, Antonio J.
  • Samitier Martí, Josep
  • Rovira, Carme
  • De la Rosa, Miguel A.
  • Díaz-Moreno, Irene
  • Gorostiza Langa, Pau
  • Giannotti, Marina Inés
  • Lagunas Targarona, Anna
The dataset includes the source data tables (33 csv tables) for the different figures published at the paper. They describe the interaction between complex III and its physiological partner, the intermembrane mitochondrial cytochrome c (Cc), either in its phosphorylated (Tyr 48) or nonphosphorylated state.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data606
Dataset. 2023

LA MALADETA BROAD BAND MAGNETOTELLURICS (BBMT) DATA (AXIAL/SOUTH PYRENEAN ZONE)

  • Piña-Varas, Perla
This dataset contain the broad band magnetotelluric (BBMT) data collected in the limit between the Axial and the South Pyrenean Zones along two different surveys (2006 the southern part of the profile and in 2019, the northern one). The study is focused on understanding the geometry at depth of La Maladeta batholit and surrounding area, since fundamental questions remain unclear about the basement and cover architecture, the geometry at depth of significant bodies as the Late Variscan intrusive granites and/or Triassic evaporitic accumulations in this part of the Pyrenees.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data607
Dataset. 2023

INVENTORIES OF AGRICULTURAL WORKERS IN NORTH-EASTERN CATALONIA (1725-1807)

  • Congost, Rosa
  • Ros, Rosa
  • Saguer Hom, Enric
[ENG] Complementary material to the article "More industrious and less austere than expected. Evidence from the inventories of agricultural workers in north-eastern Catalonia (1725-1807)". The aim of this work is to examine the levels of material consumption of the "treballadors" of Girona region, as well as the opportunities for improvement experienced by part of this social group during the second half of the 18th century. This is a single database (broken down into four tables) that summarises the extraction and pre-processing treatment of data (standardisation, categorisation and estimation) from a sample of 933 inventories of agricultural workers. The tables provided contain all the information used in the preparation of the article: the basic references of the 933 documents and personal data of the people inventoried, and the lists of properties (2,421), movable goods (67,326) and animals (1,449) inventoried.,
[CAT] Material complementari de l'article "More industrious and less austere than expected. Evidence from inventories of agricultural workers in north-eastern Catalonia (1725-1807)". L'objectiu d'aquest treball ha estat examinar els nivells de consum material dels 'treballadors' gironins, així com les oportunitats de millora que una part d'aquest grup social va experimentar durant la segona meitat del segle XVIII. Es tracta d'una única base de dades (descomposada en quatre taules) que sintetitza el buidatge i els tractaments (d'estandarització, agrupació i estimació) d'una mostra de 933 inventaris de béns de treballadors. Les taules aportades contenen totes les informacions utilitzades en l'elaboració de l'article: les referències bàsiques dels 933 documents i de les persones inventariades, i les relacions d'immobles (2.421), béns mobles (67.326) i animals (1.449) inventariats.

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