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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data864
Dataset. 2023

REPLICATION DATA FOR PUBLICATION IZADI, P., KAS, A., HAUS, P. AND HARNISCH, F., ON THE STABILITY OF ELECTROCHEMICAL CO2 REDUCTION REACTION TO FORMATE AT INDIUM ELECTRODES AT BIOCOMPATIBLE CONDITIONS

  • Izadi, Paniz
  • Harnisch, Falk
  • Kas, Aykut
  • Haus, Philip
This study investigated the potential parameters limiting the stable eCO2RR to formate using In catalyst over 72 h operation. We showed that in order to achieve a stable and efficient eCO2RR, the interrelation between few operational parameters needs to be taken into consideration. In the case studied here being exemplarily for interfacing eCO2RR and bioproduction, a Formate concentration increase in the catholyte and change in conductivity of the catholyte may not directly influence the formate production rate and coulombic efficiency. Yet, they affect the actual cathodic potentials, leading to fluctuations in formate production rate (maximum ± 0.03 mmol h−1 cm−2 at stable operation at each condition) and coulombic efficiency (max. ± 40% at stable operation at each condition) after reaching the certain value of formate concentration and conductivity in the catholyte (ca. 70 mM and 21 mS cm−1, respectively). Therefore, the concentration should be kept below such a value which can be easily achieved by process steering allowing balancing the rates of eCO2RR and microbial consumption. In addition, the stability of the In catalyst needs to be improved in order to operate long-term stable eCO2RR. Confirmed by the increase observed in In corrosion rate at more negative potentials and change in the pH values, H2 generation at the surface could lead to the damage at the surface of the electrode coated by the electrocatalyst. Therefore, the durability of the electrode can be closely related to the electrode potential. One can consider less negative potentials to decrease the catalyst leaching but to increase the HER. However, that would consequently decrease formate production rate from eCO2RR. Alternatively, more C1-compound selective electrodes can be explored and used.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data86
Dataset. 2022

CYTOKINE SIGNATURES OF PLASMODIUM VIVAX INFECTION DURING PREGNANCY AND DELIVERY OUTCOMES (RAW DATA)

  • Adriana Malheiros
  • Aina Casellas
  • Anna Rosanas Urgell
  • Azucena Bardají
  • Camila Botto Menezes
  • Carlo Severini
  • Carlota Dobaño
  • Chetan E. Chitnis
  • Clara Menéndez
  • Dhiraj Hans
  • Flor E. Martínez Espinosa
  • Holger Werner Unger
  • Ivo Mueller
  • Maria Eugenia Castellanos
  • Maria Ome-Kaius
  • Meghna Desai
  • Michela Menegon
  • Myriam Arévalo Herrera
  • Norma Padilla
  • Pilar Requena
  • Sanjay K. Kochar
  • Stephen John Rogerson
  • Swati Kochar
Plasmodium vivax malaria is a neglected disease, particularly during pregnancy. Severe vivax malaria is associated with inflammatory responses but in pregnancy immune alterations make it uncertain as to what cytokine signatures predominate, and how the type and quantity of blood immune mediators influence delivery outcomes. We measured the plasma concentrations of a set of thirty-one biomarkers, comprising cytokines, chemokines and growth factors, in 987 plasma samples from a cohort of 572 pregnant women from five malaria-endemic tropical countries and related these concentrations to delivery outcomes (birth weight and hemoglobin levels) and malaria infection. Samples were collected at recruitment (first antenatal visit) and delivery (periphery, cord and placenta), allowing a longitudinal analysis. At recruitment, we found that P. vivax–infected pregnant women had higher plasma concentrations of proinflammatory (IL-6, IL-1β, CCL4, CCL2, CXCL10) and TH1-related cytokines (mainly IL-12) than uninfected women. This biomarker signature was essentially lost at delivery and was not associated with birth weight nor hemoglobin levels. Antiinflammatory cytokines (IL-10) were positively associated with infection and poor delivery outcomes. CCL11 was the only biomarker to show a negative association with P. vivax infection and its concentration at recruitment was positively associated with hemoglobin levels at delivery. Birth weight was negatively associated with peripheral IL-4 levels at delivery. Our multi-biomarker multicenter study is the first comprehensive one to characterize the immunological signature of P. vivax infection in pregnancy thus far. In conclusion, data show that while TH1 and pro-inflammatory responses are dominant during P. vivax infection in pregnancy, antiinflammatory cytokines may compensate excessive inflammation avoiding poor delivery outcomes, and skewness toward a TH2 response may trigger worse delivery outcomes. CCL11, a chemokine largely neglected in the field of malaria, emerges as an important marker of exposure or mediator in this condition.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data871
Dataset. 2023

REPLICATION DATA FOR: MULTIENVIRONMENT RECORDS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF THE QUANTITATIVE GENETIC LANDSCAPE AND RANGE-WIDE PLASTICITY OF A PREVALENT CONIFER (PINUS PINASTER AIT.)

  • Voltas Velasco, Jordi
  • Amigó, Ramon
  • Shestakova, Tatiana A.
  • Di Matteo, Giovanni
  • Díaz, Raquel
  • Zas, Rafael
A multi-environment dataset (height and survival at age 20) consisting of 123 populations of Pinus pinaster evaluated in 15 trials is presented. Four marker-based, previously defined neutral classifications along with two ad hoc climate-based categorizations are aslo included for the purpose of summarizing plasticity patterns in the species.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data877
Dataset. 2023

DATASET FOR “ACCELERATED BIODEGRADATION OF FEMN POROUS ALLOY COATED WITH ZNO: EFFECT ON CYTOCOMPATIBILITY AND ANTIBIOFILM PROPERTIES”

  • Bartkowska, Aleksandra
  • Turner, Adam Benedict
  • Blanquer Jerez, Andreu
  • Nicolenco, Aliona
  • Trobos, Margarita
  • Nogués, Carme
  • Pellicer Vilà, Eva Maria
  • Sort Viñas, Jordi
This dataset contains the information on our recent body of work on the effect of the deposition of ZnO coating on degradation rate of FeMn porous alloys. Fe-based alloys are being studied as potential candidates for biodegradable implants; however, their degradation rates remain too slow. To accelerate biodegradation while simultaneously hindering biofilm formation, a ZnO coating was deposited onto porous equiatomic FeMn alloy discs by sol-gel method using dip coating. The effect of the ZnO coating on the microstructure, biodegradability, cytocompatibility, and antibacterial properties were investigated. Biodegradability experiments were performed by immersing the specimens in Hank's balanced salt solution and measuring ion release after up to 28 days of immersion. The experiments showed an increased degradation of the FeMn/ZnO sample due to Fe segregation towards the grain boundaries, formation of iron-manganese oxide, and limited formation of degradation products on ZnO. Further, indirect Saos-2 cell cytotoxicity testing in 24 h sample-conditioned media showed no significant cytotoxicity in concentrations equal to or below 50 %. In addition, the total biofilm biovolume formed by Staphylococcus aureus on the FeMn/ZnO surface was significantly reduced compared to the uncoated FeMn. Taken together, these results show that the ZnO coating on FeMn improves the degradation rate, maintains cytocompatibility, and reduces biofilm accumulation when compared to an uncoated FeMn alloy.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data878
Dataset. 2023

LICCI DISTRIBUTION DATASET

  • Reyes Garcia, Victoria
This file contains the data used in the manuscript "Indigenous Peoples and local communities report ongoing and widespread climate change impacts on local social-ecological systems", by V. Reyes-García et al. Under review in Communications Earth & Environment. Data were collected using a place-specific but cross-culturally comparable research protocol to document climate change indicator and impacts as locally experienced and to analyze their distribution. The dataset includes first-hand data in 48 sites inhabited by Indigenous Peoples and local communities and covering all climate zones and nature-dependent livelihoods. It documents 1,661 site-agreed reports of changes corresponding to 369 indicators.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data880
Dataset. 2023

DIGIPESCA DATASET

  • Álvarez-Ellacuría, Amaya
  • Cabrera, Remedios
  • Andreu, Gabriela
  • Parisi, Vicenç
  • Catalán, Ignasi
This dataset contains fish auction photos from different auctions of mediterranean spanish coast

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34810/data880
CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data881
Dataset. 2023

COMDID-A QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE SELF-ASSESSMENT OF TEACHERS' DIGITAL COMPETENCE: DIMENSIONS AND INDICATORS

  • Verdú Pina, María
  • Serrano, Vanessa
  • Grimalt-Álvaro, Carme
  • Usart, Mireia
This document contains the different dimensions and indicators of the questionnaire COMDID-A in-service teachers, that measures their self-perceived teachers' digital competence, registered in the Benelux Office for Intellectual Property (i-DEPOT 116248).

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data884
Dataset. 2023

REMOTELY SENSED AND GROUND MEASURAMENT TO DESCRIBE NEEDLE UNFOLDING AND SENESCENCE AND LITTER FLAMMABILITY IN ALEPPO PINE AT THE INTRASPECIFIC LEVEL

  • Lombardi, Erica
  • Kefauver, Shawn C.
  • Serrano Endolz, Luis
  • Sin Casas, Esther
  • Piñas-Bonilla, Paula
  • Pérez Ramos, Beatriz
  • Luna Trenado, Belén
  • Zavala Espiñeira, Gonzalo
  • Resco de Dios, Víctor
  • Voltas Velasco, Jordi
We collected drone images using multispectral and RGB sensors for 56 adult populations of P. halepensis categorized into five ecotypes growing in two common gardens located in Spain under contrasting conditions (Zuera: dry-continental versus Altura: wet-coastal). In Zuera trial, we additionally monitored the temporal variation of RGB-derived indexes using two flights spaced over a one-month period (dataset VIs). We also performed four consecutive ground measurements of needle pigments and fuel moisture content (dataset insitu) and obtained litter flammability traits (dataset Litter_flammability) for a subset of populations.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data887
Dataset. 2023

MULTIPLY - BASELINE HOUSEHOLD SURVEY, TOGO

  • Antía Figueroa-Romero
  • Augustin E. Fombah
  • Clara Menendez
  • Didier K. Ekouevi
  • Fifonsi A. Gbeasor-Komlanvi
  • Francisco Saute
  • Martin Kouame Tchankoni
  • Mohamed Samai
  • Raquel Gonzalez
  • Shino Arikawa
  • Somiabalo P. Atekpe
  • Tinah Atcha-Oubou
  • Valérie Briand
Data obtained from a baseline household survey containing information about children 10-23 months of age and their caretakers

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data888
Dataset. 2023

TABULAR DATA FROM THE BLUE ARROWS TROOPS, CORPO TRUPPE VOLONTARIE / DADES TABULARS DE LES FLETXES BLAVES DEL CORPO TRUPPE VOLONTARIE

  • Conesa, Francesc C.
[ENG] This data set has been developed with the aim of exploring the historical and spatial context of the Battle of Turó del Balís (Maresme), comparing this confrontation with the rest of the Italian offensive during the Spanish Civil War at the f January of 1 of 1939.

It contains data on the daily routes of the Blue Arrows of the Corpo Truppe Volontarie (CTV), the number of projectiles fired, the number of prisoners captured, the ratio of casualties and the ratio of casualties according to combat zones during the offensive in Catalonia . The data has been automatically extracted from the original war records of the Blue Arrows documentary collection.

Data is shared in tabular and R format.
, [CAT] Aquest conjunt de dades s’ha desenvolupat amb l’objectiu d’explorar el context històric i espacial de la Batalla del Turó del Balís (Maresme) comparant aquest enfrontament amb la resta de l’ofensiva italiana durant la Guerra Civil Espanyola a finals del gener de 1939.

Conté dades sobre els trajectes diàries de les Fletxes Blaves del Corpo Truppe Volontarie (CTV), el nombre de projectils disparats, els nombre de presoners capturats, la relació de baixes i la relació de baixes segons les zones de combat durant l’ofensiva de Catalunya.

El conjunt de dades ha estat extret de forma automatitzada dels oficis de guerra originals del fons documental de les Fletxes Blaves. Les dades es comparteixen en format tabular i R.

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