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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR CBP IS REQUIRED FOR ESTABLISHING ADAPTIVE GENE PROGRAMS IN THE ADULT MOUSE BRAIN. FIGURE 5

  • Lipinski, Michal
  • Niñerola, Sergio
  • Fuentes-Ramos, Miguel
  • Valor, Luis Miguel
  • Blanco, Beatriz del
  • López-Atalaya, José P.
  • Barco, Ángel
Transcriptional changes are associated with H3K27 lysine acetylation deficits. a, Metagene ChIP-seq signal for H3K27ac in the sets of no-DEGs and downregulated genes in CBP-ifKOs. b, Volcano plot for H3K27-DARs in CBP-ifKOs. We filtered out the regions that match with the BAC construct used to generate the Camk2a-creERT2 transgenics (in those regions, the increase in reads corresponds to changes in gene dose rather than hyperacetylation). c, Positional annotation of hypoacetylated DARs in CBP-ifKOs. Regions with reduced acetylation are primarily located at regulatory regions (CREs; thick black line; number of samples: control = 4, CBP-ifKO = 4). d, Heatmaps show the density of reads in CBP binding, chromatin accessibility (ATAC-seq) and H3K4me3 profiles of control mice and the loss of H3K27ac in DARs of CBP-ifKOs. ATAC-seq and CBP-ChIP signals denote a regulatory role, while H3K4me3 primarily labels promoter regions. e, Heatmap and density profiles of the binding of CBP in CBP-ifKOs and control littermates at decreased DARs. The very weak CBP signal in total hippocampal chromatin of CBP-ifKOs suggests that these regions are neuronal specific. f, Top GO terms from the analysis of hypoacetylated DARs. g, IGV snapshots of H3K27ac ChIP-seq profiles in CBP-ifKOs, dKAT3-ifKOs, and their respective control littermates (CT and CT*, respectively). Two representative genes downregulated in CBP-ifKOs are presented. h, Metagene ChIP-seq signal for H3K9,14ac in the sets of no-DEGs and downregulated genes in CBP-ifKOs. i, ChIP-seq signal for CBP, RNAPII, and TFIIBac at the transcription start site of downregulated genes in CBP-ifKO and control littermates. The observed decreases correlate with the reduced transcription in these genes in mutant mice. + p-value < 0.1; *p-value < 0.05; **p-value < 0.01; ***p-value < 0.001., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR CBP IS REQUIRED FOR ESTABLISHING ADAPTIVE GENE PROGRAMS IN THE ADULT MOUSE BRAIN. FIGURE 6

  • Lipinski, Michal
  • Niñerola, Sergio
  • Fuentes-Ramos, Miguel
  • Valor, Luis Miguel
  • Blanco, Beatriz del
  • López-Atalaya, José P.
  • Barco, Ángel
CBP loss impairs activity-driven gene induction. a, qRT-PCR assays show that the initial transcriptional response of CBP-ifKOs to KA is not affected or only slightly reduced 1 h after KA administration, whereas the late response (2 h) is more affected. Asterisks refer to the comparison between genotypes. b, qRT-PCR assays show that IEGs are normally induced by KA in p300-ifKOs. c, CBP-ifKOs require a much larger cumulative dose (left) and number of injections (right) of KA to display seizures. d, Reduced seizure scoring in CBP-ifKOs after progressive KA administration. e, The transcriptional response of IEGs after seizure induced by progressive KA administration is reduced in CBP-ifKOs. f, Similar expression of Crebbp and Gapdh in CBP-ifKO treated with saline or KA. g, qRT-PCR assays show the reduced expression of Bdnf and Nptx2 in CBP-ifKOs at the basal state, but not after clonic seizure. +p-value < 0.1; *p-value < 0.05; **0.001 < p-value < 0.01; ***p-value < 0.001., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR CBP IS REQUIRED FOR ESTABLISHING ADAPTIVE GENE PROGRAMS IN THE ADULT MOUSE BRAIN. FIGURE 7

  • Lipinski, Michal
  • Niñerola, Sergio
  • Fuentes-Ramos, Miguel
  • Valor, Luis Miguel
  • Blanco, Beatriz del
  • López-Atalaya, José P.
  • Barco, Ángel
Extended Data: 2 sheets: a, PTZ regulated genes in control mice (comparison PTZ45 vs saline). b, PTZ regulated genes in CBP-ifKO mice (comparison PTZ45 vs saline). Figure 7-1, XLSX file., CBP is necessary for kindling. a, Scheme of the kindling experiment. The time when the different RNA-seq samples were taken is indicated. b, Seizure score during the kindling experiment. More details can be found in the Materials and Methods section. c, CBP-ifKOs and control littermates did not gain weight during the kindling protocol. d, Volcano plots presenting the results of the RNA-seq screen performed in control and CBP-ifKO mice. “Sal” corresponds to non-kindled animals treated with vehicle (saline solution) on the day of RNA extraction. “PTZ45” corresponds to kindled animals treated with the PTZ on the day of the experiment. e, PCA for RNA-seq samples of kindling. The control mice treated with PTZ (Ct-PTZ45) induced a gene program that includes dozens of IEGs (Extended Data Fig. 7-1, additional detail). f, Heatmap with the genes showing PTZ induction in the control group (PTZ main effect, 2 × 3 design). In addition to the Sal and PTZ45 samples, “PTZ0” samples correspond to kindled animals treated with saline on the day of the experiment. Transcript levels are shown for all the conditions., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

DATASHEET_1_HOW DOES IMMUNOMODULATORY NANOCERIA WORK? ROS AND IMMUNOMETABOLISM.PDF

  • Ernst, Lena M.
  • Puntes, Víctor F.
4 pages. -- Supplementary table of nanoceria dosing., Dysregulation of the immune system is associated with an overproduction of metabolic reactive oxygen species (ROS) and consequent oxidative stress. By buffering excess ROS, cerium oxide (CeO2) nanoparticles (NPs) (nanoceria) not only protect from oxidative stress consequence of inflammation but also modulate the immune response towards inflammation resolution. Immunomodulation is the modulation (regulatory adjustment) of the immune system. It has natural and human-induced forms, and it is part of immunotherapy, in which immune responses are induced, amplified, attenuated, or prevented according to therapeutic goals. For decades, it has been observed that immune cells transform from relative metabolic quiescence to a highly active metabolic state during activation(1). These changes in metabolism affect fate and function over a broad range of timescales and cell types, always correlated to metabolic changes closely associated with mitochondria number and morphology. The question is how to control the immunochemical potential, thereby regulating the immune response, by administering cellular power supply. In this regard, immune cells show different general catabolic modes relative to their activation status, linked to their specific functions (maintenance, scavenging, defense, resolution, and repair) that can be correlated to different ROS requirements and production. Properly formulated, nanoceria is highly soluble, safe, and potentially biodegradable, and it may overcome current antioxidant substances limitations and thus open a new era for human health management., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR CBP IS REQUIRED FOR ESTABLISHING ADAPTIVE GENE PROGRAMS IN THE ADULT MOUSE BRAIN. FIGURE 8

  • Lipinski, Michal
  • Niñerola, Sergio
  • Fuentes-Ramos, Miguel
  • Valor, Luis Miguel
  • Blanco, Beatriz del
  • López-Atalaya, José P.
  • Barco, Ángel
Extended information on statistical analysis of behavioral experiments in Figure 8. Figure 8-1, XLSX file., Behavioral impact of EE on CBP-ifKOs and p300-ifKOs. a, Scheme of the EE experiment. CBP-ifKOs and control littermates were housed in SCs or in a large EE box. The time when RNA-seq and ChIP-seq samples were taken is indicated (Extended Data Fig. 8-1, additional detail). b, Control and CBP-ifKO mice exhibit a reduced weight gain when housed in EE cages. c, Latency to find the platform in the MWM task. The graphs compare the performance of control and CBP-ifKOs housed in SCs (solid lines; control, n = 10; CBP-ifKO, n = 11) or EE (dashed lines; control, n = 12; CBP-ifKO, n = 13). Note that the curves for the SC groups were previously presented in Figure 2i to compare the performance between genotypes. d, Memory retention PTs of 60 s were performed at the beginning of day H5 (PT1) and 24 h after the last day of the MWM (PT2). Graphs show the number of platform crossings during the PTs. TQ, target quadrant; Q1–Q3, quadrants 1 to 3. Comparison between SCs (solid bars) and EE boxes (dashed bars) for controls and CBP-ifKOs. e, MWM results of p300-ifKOs and their control littermates housed in SCs (solid lines; control, n = 9; p300-ifKO, n = 13) or EE boxes (dashed lines; control, n = 10; p300-ifKO, n = 7). Graphs represent the time to find the platform. No difference in p300-ifKO performance was observed either in SCs or EE boxes. The curves for the SC groups were previously presented in Figure 2r. + p-value < 0.1; *p-value < 0.05; **0.001, p-value < 0.01; ***p-value < 0.001., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR CHAPERONE-MEDIATED AUTOPHAGY ABLATION IN PERICYTES REVEALS NEW GLIOBLASTOMA PROGNOSTIC MARKERS AND EFFICIENT TREATMENT AGAINST TUMOR PROGRESSION

  • Molina, María Luisa
  • García-Bernal, David
  • Salinas, María Dolores
  • Rubio, Gonzalo
  • Aparicio, Pedro
  • Moraleda, José María
  • Martínez, Salvador
  • Valdor, Ruth
Supplementary Data: Supplementary Material and methods Supplementary Figures and Table, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR THE MANUSCRIPT INFLUENCE OF THE SURFACE CHEMISTRY OF METAL–ORGANIC POLYHEDRA IN THEIR ASSEMBLY INTO ULTRATHIN FILMS FOR GAS SEPARATION

  • Tejedor, Inés
  • Andrés, Miguel A.
  • Carné-Sánchez, Arnau
  • Arjona, Mónica
  • Pérez-Miana, Marta
  • Sánchez-Laínez, Javier
  • Coronas, Joaquín
  • Fontaine, Philippe
  • Goldmann, Michel
  • Roubeau, Olivier
  • Maspoch, Daniel
  • Gascón, Ignacio
19 pages. -- Figure S1. Absorption spectra (450-650 nm range) of OHRhMOP dissolved in methanol/chloroform (1:5) and the product formed after the addition of ca. 3.8×10- 3 mmol of diz to a dispersion of ca. 1.5×10-4 mmol OHRhMOP in 2 mL of THF. The maximum absorption at ca. 552 nm after diz addition indicates that all the dirhodium paddlewheels of OHRhMOP are coordinated to one diz, obtaining OHRhMOP(diz)12. -- Figure S2. Raw GIXD data for C12RhMOP (left), HRhMOP(diz)12 (middle) and OHRhMOP (right), at the indicated pressures. The water subphase data are shown as grey lines. Insets highlight the q range exhibiting the Bragg peak of alkyl chains ordering, in the case of C12RhMOP and HRhMOP(diz)12. -- Figure S3. Top: high q portion of GIXD data for C12RhMOP (left, collapsed) and HRhMOP(diz)12 (right, 10 mN/m), integrated over only the bottom half, top half, bottom first quarter or the whole detector, as indicated. The Bragg peak at ca. 1.51 Å-1 characteristic of alkyl chain interdigitation/order is not present in the data at higher qz. Bottom: intensity of the alkyl chains Bragg rod vs. qz, C12RhMOP. -- Figure S4. GIXD data for OHRhMOP at the gas-water interface at 10 mN/m, after correction for the water subphase. The red line is the diffusion form factor of coreshell spheres with an empty (SLD = 0) core of 5 Å radius and a dense shell of 11.5 Å thickness (SLD = 2x10-6 Å-2), considering a pinhole instrumental smearing dQ/Q of 5 %, that can only account for the two stronger peaks at 0.63 and 0.87 Å–1. (left), HRhMOP(diz)12 (right) at 10 mN/m. -- Scheme S1. LS sequential deposition of MOP monolayers onto PTMSP supports. One MOP monolayer is deposited each time that the support contacts the film formed at the air-liquid interface. After each transfer, the film is dried with N2 at ambient temperature and the transference is repeated as many times as necessary to obtain films with the desired number of Rh-MOP monolayers. -- Figure S5. UV-Vis spectra for the three Rh-MOPs studied. Solution spectra and LS films deposited onto quartz substrates are compared for each Rh-MOP. -- Figure S6. Representative AFM topography images from HRhMOP(oiz)12 and HRhMOP(diz)12 LS films transferred onto quartz substrates at 20 mN/m used to evaluate the film thickness. -- Figure S7. Representative AFM topography image of quartz, left, and a Si(100), right, substrates before MOP film deposition. -- Figure S8. Representative AFM topography and phase images from a OHRhMOP LS film transferred at 2 mN/m and evaluation of film thickness and defects dimensions. -- Figure S9. Linear increase of the absorbance at 214 nm vs. the number of Rh- MOP LS layers transferred at 20 mN/m onto quartz substrates (● HRhMOP(oiz)12;■: HRhMOP(diz)12). -- Figure S10. Rh-MOP mass deposited onto QCM disks at 20 mN/m versus the number of LS layers transferred (■: C12RhMOP;▲: HRhMOP(oiz)12, ●: HRhMOP(diz)12). -- Figure S11. Brewster Angle Microscope (BAM) images obtained during OHRhMOP + diz film compression at indicated surface pressures and the corresponding areas per molecule. OHRhMOP + diz different ratios were used in the experiments (1:25 in top images, and 1:50 in bottom images, respectively). -- Figure S12. Characterization of the films obtained from OHRhMOP + diz (1:25) reaction at the air-liquid interface: a) UV-Vis spectra from sequential deposition of LS films transferred onto quartz at 20 mN/m. Inset: Linear increase of the absorbance at 221nm vs. the number of LS layers transferred. b) Mass deposited onto QCM disks vs. the number of LS layers transferred (red line: OHRhMOP +diz; blue line: HRhMOP(diz)12, green line: C12RhMOP). -- Figure S13: UV-Vis spectra from HRhMOP(diz)12 LS films deposited onto quartz at 20 mN/m before and after the acid treatment: 1 layer (continuous line) and 3 layers (dashed line). -- Figure S14. Representative AFM topography and phase images from a HRhMOP(diz)12 LS film (1 layer) deposited onto Si (100) before and after acid treatment with HCl vapors. -- Table S1: Parameters of the components used to simulate the Rh 3d high resolution XPS spectra (see Figure 9) of OHRhMOP (powder), 1 LS film deposited at 20 mN/m after OHRhMOP + diz (1:25) reaction at the air-liquid interface and drop-cast film obtained after OHRhMOP + diz (1:25) reaction in THF. -- Table S2: Comparison of the performance of MOP and PIM ultrathin films (30 LS monolayers deposited onto PTMSP membranes) in CO2/N2 (10/90 in volume) separation at 35 ºC. At least 2 different samples were fabricated and measured to provide the corresponding error estimations., The formation of ultrathin films of Rh-based porous metal–organic polyhedra (Rh-MOPs) by the Langmuir–Blodgett method has been explored. Homogeneous and dense monolayer films were formed at the air–water interface either using two different coordinatively alkyl-functionalized Rh-MOPs (HRhMOP­(diz)12 and HRhMOP­(oiz)12) or by in situ incorporation of aliphatic chains to the axial sites of dirhodium paddlewheels of another Rh-MOP (OHRhMOP) at the air–liquid interface. All these Rh-MOP monolayers were successively deposited onto different substrates in order to obtain multilayer films with controllable thicknesses. Aliphatic chains were partially removed from HRhMOP­(diz)12 films post-synthetically by a simple acid treatment, resulting in a relevant modification of the film hydrophobicity. Moreover, the CO2/N2 separation performance of Rh-MOP-supported membranes was also evaluated, proving that they can be used as selective layers for efficient CO2 separation., Peer reviewed

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SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION FOR DYNAMIC INTERPLAY BETWEEN THALAMIC ACTIVITY AND CAJAL-RETZIUS CELLS REGULATES THE WIRING OF CORTICAL LAYER 1

  • Genescu, Ioana
  • Aníbal-Martínez, Mar
  • Kouskoff, Vladimir
  • Chenouard, Nicolas
  • Mailhes-Hamon, Caroline
  • Cartonnet, Hugues
  • Lokmane, Ludmilla
  • Rijli, Filippo M.
  • López-Bendito, Guillermina
  • Gambino, Frédéric
  • Garel, Sonia
Figure S1, related to Figure 1. Different labelling strategies highlight Cajal-Retzius cell dynamics across development and sensory deprivation. Figure S2, related to Figure 2. Sensory deprivation and decrease in Cajal-Retzius cell density alter L1 thickness and interneuron distribution in the first postnatal week. Figure S3, related to Figure 3. Sensory deprivation and a decrease in Cajal-Retzius cell density modify PV+ interneuron distribution. Figure S4, related to Figure 5. Reduction in both prenatal and postnatal CRc density perturb interneuron distribution at P7., Peer reviewed

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FLUID VENTING SUBMARINE STRUCTURES IN THE MIDDLE SLOPE OF THE SPANISH CONTINENTAL MARGIN OF THE GULF OF CÁDIZ: GEOMORPHOLOGY, INTERNAL STRUCTURE, BENTHIC FEATURES AND CONTROL FACTORS

  • Palomino, Desirée
  • Mateo-Ramírez, Ángel
  • Vázquez, Juan Tomás
  • López-González, Nieves
  • González-García, Emilio
  • Fernández-Salas, Luis Miguel
  • Cepeda, Coral
  • Rueda, José Luis
Contiene ficheros txt con datos batimétricos y de perfiles acústicos de ecosonda paramétrica en formato segy. Estos últimos se pueden abrir con software de procesado de datos acústicos y sísmicos, como Kingdom suite, Petrel, Seisearth, SeiSee o Radexpro., INDEMARES_CHICA, Inventario y Designación de la Red Natura 2000 Marina en España: Chimeneas de Cádiz, Interacción de procesos oceanográficos y sedimentarios en el talud continental: Implicación ambiental y en los hábitats, modelización matemática y desarrollo tecnológico, INPULSE, INTEMARES_A21, INTEMARES: Mejora del conocimiento de siete LICs de la RN 2000 de competencia estatal

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Dataset. 2013

APÉNDICE 1-1

  • Bueno-Pardo, Juan
  • López-Urrutia-Lorente, Ángel
Compilación bibliográfica de datos de tasa metabólica basal, tasa metabólica de campo, productividad, duración de la vida, tasa de crecimiento poblacional y densidad poblacional en mamíferos. Los nombres de especie han sido actualizados según Fritz et al. (2009).

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