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Dataset. 2010

BELMONTE. FUENTE ABREVADERO. INSCRIPCIÓN CONMEMORATIVA (16..?)

  • Cañas Reillo, José Manuel
Inscripción en cartela moldurada que ocupa la cara lateral de un sillar de piedra bajo el escudo que corona el muro frontal de la fuente de la plaza del Pilar, actualmente plaza de Enrique Hernández. La piedra se encuentra en muy mal estado de conservación, sobre todo por efectos del salitre, lo que ha afectado especialmente a la inscripción, que es casi completamente ilegible., CSIC. Proyecto intramural: “Epigrafía latina inédita de los siglos XV al XVIII en monumentos civiles y eclesiásticos de la provincia de Cuenca (2006-2007). Referencia: 2006 | 0| 011., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2010

BELMONTE. HOSPITAL DE SAN ANDRÉS. INSCRIPCIÓN EXPLICATIVA (S. XVIII)

  • Cañas Reillo, José Manuel
Pequeña inscripción en un tondo de piedra debajo del escudo que corona la portada del antigua Hospital de San Andrés, edificio actualmente en estado ruinoso, situado en la calle de San Andrés, número 4. Son legibles dos líneas, con un nombre propio, Domingo Simón, aunque hay rastros de otra, sobre ellas, ilegible. El hospital fue fundado en el siglo XV (1415) por Juan Fernández Pacheco, marqués de Villena; la portada es del XVI, pero la inscripción corresponde al XVIII., CSIC. Proyecto intramural: “Epigrafía latina inédita de los siglos XV al XVIII en monumentos civiles y eclesiásticos de la provincia de Cuenca (2006-2007). Referencia: 2006 | 0| 011., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2010

BONILLA. CONVENTO HOSPITAL DEL PADRE ETERNO. INSCRIPCIÓN HERÁLDICA (S. XVI)

  • Cañas Reillo, José Manuel
Breves inscripciones en un escudo situado en la portada de la fachada suroriental del antiguo Convento hospital del Padre Eterno. Contiene las palabras de la Anunciación a María, y el término exalto, con el pelícano, como símbolo de Jesucristo, en el centro, y el anagrama del nombre de Jesucristo en un tondo en su cuerpo. El edificio se encuentra actualmente en estado ruinoso, pero deja entrever aún su extraordinario valor arquitectónico y artístico., CSIC. Proyecto intramural: “Epigrafía latina inédita de los siglos XV al XVIII en monumentos civiles y eclesiásticos de la provincia de Cuenca (2006-2007). Referencia: 2006 | 0| 011., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2010

BUCIEGAS. IGLESIA PARROQUIAL DE SAN PEDRO. INSCRIPCIÓN CONMEMORATIVA (1717)

  • Cañas Reillo, José Manuel
Breve inscripción en castellano que da cuenta de la realización de una obra, probablemente de la sacristía, sobre el dintel de cuya ventana se encuentra grabado el texto, orientado al sur., CSIC. Proyecto intramural: “Epigrafía latina inédita de los siglos XV al XVIII en monumentos civiles y eclesiásticos de la provincia de Cuenca (2006-2007). Referencia: 2006 | 0| 011., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTAL DATA A MINI-TGA PROTEIN MODULATES GENE EXPRESSION THROUGH HETEROGENEOUS ASSOCIATION WITH TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

  • Tomaž, Špela
  • Petek, Marko
  • Lukan, Tjaša
  • Pogačar, Karmen
  • Stare, Katja
  • Teixeira Prates, Erica
  • Jacobson, Daniel A.
  • Zrimec, Jan
  • Bajc, Gregor
  • Butala, Matej
  • Pompe Novak, Maruša
  • Dudley, Quentin
  • Patron, Nicola
  • Taler-Verčič, Ajda
  • Usenik, Aleksandra
  • Turk, Dušan
  • Prat, Salomé
  • Coll, Anna
  • Gruden, Kristina
27 pages. -- Supplemental Figure S1. Targeted long-read sequencing confirms the presence of mini-TGAs in potato genome. -- Supplemental Figure S2. PVY replication in the second salicylic acid-deficient transgenic line overexpressing StTGA2.1. -- Supplemental Figure S3. Protein interaction analysis shows the mini-TGA StTGA2.1 can form homodimers in planta and in vitro. -- Supplemental Figure S4. Protein interactions between StTGAs and StNPR cofactors in yeast. -- Supplemental Figure S5. Diverse localization patterns of StTGA2.1. -- Supplemental Figure S6. StTGA2.2 and StTGA2.3 subnuclear formations. -- Supplemental Figure S7. RNA sequencing sampling procedure and gene expression analysis Venn diagram. -- Supplemental Figure S8. Interaction between StTGA2.1 or StTGA2.1 premixed with StTGA2.3 and selected TGA-binding sites and transactivation assay repetition. -- Supplemental Figure S9. Comparative structural analysis and persistent contacts in dimers of StTGA2.1 and StTGA2.2. -- Supplemental Figure S10. Probability density of residues of StTGA2.2 forming contacts with a dimer partner. -- Supplemental Table S1. A list of identified StTGA orthologues including basic protein information. -- Supplemental Table S2. Differential expression of StTGAs in NT and NahG genotypes after viral infection. -- Supplemental Table S3. Differential gene expression in salicylic acid-deficient transgenic plants overexpressing StTGA2.1 after viral infection (available as an Excel file). -- Supplemental Table S4. Technical validation of RNA sequencing results with RT-qPCR. -- Supplemental Table S5. Enrichment of differentially regulated genes in salicylic acid-deficient transgenic plants overexpressing StTGA2.1 after viral infection (available as an Excel file). -- Supplemental Table S6. Classification of selected potato peroxidases. -- Supplemental Table S7. Biological validation of RNA sequencing results with RT-qPCR. -- Supplemental Table S8. Interactions between the StTGA2.2 homodimer and DNA in molecular dynamics simulations. -- Supplemental Table S9. Interactions between the StTGA2.1 in heterodimer and DNA in molecular dynamics simulations. -- Supplemental Table S10. Molecular dynamics simulations-based protocol for structure refinement of free and DNA-bound TGA dimers. -- Supplemental Table S11. Primers used for cloning and sequencing (available as an Excel file). -- Supplemental Table S12. Primers and probes used for RT-qPCR analysis. -- Supplemental Table S13. Primers used for targeted genome sequencing. -- Supplemental Table S14. Complementary primers used for preparation of promoter DNA fragments., Supplemental_Data.pdf, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS FOR OIL-IN-WATER PICKERING EMULSIONS STABILIZED WITH NANOSTRUCTURED BIOPOLYMERS: A VENUE FOR TEMPLATING BACTERIAL CELLULOSE

  • Calvo Peña, Víctor
  • Fuentes Varela, Laura
  • Berdejo, Daniel
  • González Domínguez, José Miguel
  • Maser, Wolfgang K.
  • Benito, Ana M.
Chemical structure of the nanostructured biopolymers: Figure S1. Chemical structure of cellulose nanocrystals (A) and chitin nanocrystals (B).-- Polydispersity results of nanostructured biopolymers: Figure S2. Polydispersity indexes of the NBs (CNCs I, CNCs II and ChNCs) in water with different NaCl concentrations.-- Evolution of the visual appearance of PEs: Figure S3. Evolution over time of the PEs made with CNCs I. The images were used to determine the creaming index. Figure S4. Evolution over time of the PEs made with CNCs II. The images were used to determine the creaming index. Figure S5. Evolution over time of the PEs made with ChNCs. The images were used to determine the creaming index.-- BNC production with ChNCs without PEs: Figure S6. BNC culture media without ChNCs (left) and two different ChNCs concentrations (center and right) after 14 days since inoculation. It can be observed that ChNCs precipitate, what reduces the ChNCs incorporation in the BNC composites.-- BNC hydrogels prepared with emulsified culture media: Figure S7. BNC hydrogels prepared with emulsified culture media after cleaning.-- Under Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license., Chemical structure of the nanostructured biopolymers. Polydispersity results of nanostructured biopolymers. Evolution of the visual appearance of PEs. BNC production with ChNCs without PEs. BNC hydrogels prepared with emulsified culture media., This research was funded by Spanish MICINN/AEI under projects PID2019-104272RB-C51/AEI/10.13039/501100011033 and PID2020-120439RA-I00, from Spanish CSIC (PIE iniciación ref. 202280I007), and support from Gobierno de Aragón (DGA, Grupo Reconocido DGA-T03_23R) is acknowledged. Víctor Calvo thanks the DGA for funding their Ph.D. contracts (Ref. CUS/581/2020)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2010

CANALEJAS DEL ARROYO. IGLESIA PARROQUIAL DE LA ASUNCIÓN. EPITAFIO DE [DIEGO?] RUIZ DE ALARCÓN (1699)

  • Cañas Reillo, José Manuel
Inscripción en una lápida de piedra, situada en una capilla lateral. Muy tosca de factura. Las dos últimas líneas, en el extremo inferior de la lápida, están escritas en letra más pequeña que el resto, y en su mayor parte son ilegibles., CSIC. Proyecto intramural: “Epigrafía latina inédita de los siglos XV al XVIII en monumentos civiles y eclesiásticos de la provincia de Cuenca (2006-2007). Referencia: 2006 | 0| 011., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

APPENDIX A. SUPPLEMENTARY DATA FOR DUAL FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS BASED ON NI AND DIFFERENT ALKALINE METALS ON ALUMINA FOR THE CYCLIC STEPWISE CO2 CAPTURE AND METHANATION

  • García-Bordejé, José Enrique
  • Dongil, Ana Belén
  • Conesa, José María
  • Guerrero-Ruiz, Antonio
  • Rodríguez-Ramos, Inmaculada
XPS alkaline: The Na 1s XPS peak (Figure S13) can be fitted to two main contributions one at 1071.6 eV which can be ascribed to sodium carbonates and bicarbonates and other at 1073.1 eV which can be ascribed to sodium oxides and hydroxides. The ratio of carbonate species to alumina (Table 1) do not vary significantly or decreases slightly after reaction in agreement with C 1s fitting. Therefore, there is no building up of stable carbonates at 450 ºC, which are comparable to those formed from atmospheric CO2 adsorption at room temperature.-- We have fitted the Ba 3d5/2 peak to two peaks separated by around 2 eV (Figure S14). One peak at 779.0 eV which can be ascribed to barium oxide (BaO).The other peak at 781.0 eV that can be ascribed to Ba atoms in a decomposed barium carbonate layer. [5–8] In contrast to other materials, the Ba-containing materials contains less total carbon, nickel carbide and carbonates after CO2 reaction than before reaction (Table 1). In fact, the spectra of passivated material and reacted material are quite similar (Figure S15). This suggests that no stable carbonates or carbide species different from CO2 adsorbed at room temperature are formed. Some authors also found the carbonate localized in the outermost 20 A of passivated Ba titanate. The authors related this carbonate formation to possible contamination by atmosphere.-- Under a Creative Commons license BY-NC 4.0., Figure S1. Cyclic CO2 capture and hydrogenation at 250 ºC for the different catalysts: (a) Na-Ni/Al; (b) K-Ni/Al; (c) Ba-Ni/Al. Figure S2. Cyclic CO2 capture and hydrogenation at 350 ºC for the different catalysts: (a) Na-Ni/Al; (b) K-Ni/Al; (c) Ba-Ni/Al. Figure S3. Cyclic CO2 capture and hydrogenation at 400 ºC for the different catalysts: (a) Na-Ni/Al; (b) K-Ni/Al; (c) Ba-Ni/Al. Figure S4. Cyclic CO2 capture and hydrogenation at 450 ºC for the different catalysts: (a) Na-Ni/Al; (b) K-Ni/Al; (c) Ba-Ni/Al. Figure S5. produced CH4 (a) and CO (b) and released CO2 (c) within 100 s upon H2 admission at 250 ºC. Figure S6. Produced CH4 (a) and CO (b) and released CO2 (c) within 100 s upon H2 admission at 300 ºC. Figure S7. Produced CH4 (a) and CO (b) and released CO2 (c) within 100 s upon H2 admission at 350 ºC. Figure S8. Produced CH4 (a) and CO (b) and released CO2 (c) within 100 s upon H2 admission at 400 ºC. Figure S9. Produced CH4 (a) and CO (b) and released CO2 (c) within 100 s upon H2 admission at 450 ºC. Figure S10. HAADF-STEM images (a,c,e) and particle size distribution (b,d,f) of DFMs: (a,b) K-Ni/al; (c,d) Na-Ni/Al; (e,f) Ba-Ni/Al. Figure S11. Cyclic CO2 capture and hydrogenation at 350 ºC for the different catalysts using feed B (5% CO2, 11% H2O, 4.5% O2 in Ar): (a) K-Ni/Al; (b) Na-Ni/Al; (c) Ba-Ni/Al. Figure S12. Comparison of productivity switching the composition of the capture gas between feed A (5% CO2 in Ar), feed B (5% CO2, 11% H2O, 4.5% O2 in Ar) and feed A again. (a) cyclic CH4 productivity with feed B;Figure S13. Temperature programmed reaction of 15%Ni on alumina. Fitting of Ni 2p3/2: Table S1. Result of the Fitting of Ni 2p3/2 peaks for Ba-Ni. Table S2. Result of the Fitting of Ni 2p3/2 peaks for K-Ni. Table S3. Result of the Fitting of Ni 2p3/2 peaks for Na-Ni. Fitting of C 1s: Table S4. Result of the Fitting of C1s peaks for Ba-Ni. Table S5. Result of the Fitting of C1s and K2p peaks for K-Ni. Table S4. Result of the Fitting of C1s peaks for Na-Ni. XPS alkaline: Figure S14. Fitting of XPS Na 1s peak for Na-Ni/Al after passivation, after CO2 capture at 350 ºC and this latter material reduced in-situ at 250 ºC and 350 ºC. Figure S15. Fitting of XPS Ba 3d5/2 peak for Ba-Ni/Al after passivation, after CO2 capture at 350 ºC and this latter material reduced in-situ at 250 ºC and 350 ºC., The authors are very grateful to the Grants PID2020-119160RB-C21 and -C22 funded by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033 and Aragón Government (Aragón T03_20R), and associated EU Regional Development Funds are gratefully acknowledged., Peer reviewed

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SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS CHLOROPLAST ENGINEERING OF THE GREEN MICROALGAE CHLAMYDOMONAS REINHARDTII FOR THE PRODUCTION OF HAA, THE LIPID MOIETY OF RHAMNOLIPID BIOSURFACTANTS

  • Miró-Vinyals, Bernat
  • Artigues, Margalida
  • Wostrikoff, Katia
  • Monte, Elena
  • Broto-Puig, Francesc
  • Leivar, Pablo
  • Planas, Antoni
17 pages. -- Contents: Supplementary Text. Extended materials and methods. -- Table S1. List of primers used in this study. -- Table S2. Non-targeted screening to identify compounds that differentially appear in RhlAHA expressing lines compared to wild-type 137c. -- Table S3. HAA congeners identified in the secreted fraction of RhlA#1 and RhlA#2 lines in photoautotrophic conditions. -- Figure S1. Analysis of 3-HA(C10) and mono-RL standards by UHPLC-QTOF. -- Figure S2. UHPLC-QTOF analysis of RhlA and WT lines to identify C10-C10 congener of HAA. -- Figure S3. MS/MS fragmentation of C10-C10 congener of HAA at different collision energies. -- Figure S4. Identified adducts of the C10-C10 congener of HAA. -- Figure S5. Identification of the HAA congeners other than C10-C10. -- Figure S6. Identification of 3-HA(C10)-ME (3-hydroxydecanoic acid methyl ester) by GCMS. -- Figure S7. Standard curve for 3-HA(C10) quantification by GC-FID. -- Figure S8. GC-FID analysis of HAA production in different RhlA transplastomic lines. -- Figure S9. GC-FID time-course analysis of HAA production in RhlA line #2. -- Figure S10. Growth curve of wild-type and RhlA transplastomic lines in HSM and TAP media. -- Figure S11. Identification of HAA congeners in RhlA#2 line under photoautotrophic conditions., Peer reviewed

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SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR: CRYOEM AND STABILITY ANALYSIS OF VIRUS-LIKE PARTICLES OF POTYVIRUS AND IPOMOVIRUS INFECTING A COMMON HOST

  • Chase, Ornela
  • Javed, Abid
  • Byrne, Matthew J.
  • Thuenemann, Eva C.
  • Lomonossoff, George P.
  • Ranson, Neil A.
  • López-Moya Gómez, Juan José
20 pages. -- Supplementary Fig. 1: Cross reactivities of SPFMV-CP and SPMMV-CP with homologous and heterologous CPs. -- Supplementary Fig. 2: Length range of SPFMV and SPMMV VLPs. -- Supplementary Fig. 3: Western blot analysis of SPMMV VLPs. -- Supplementary Fig. 4: SPFMV and SPV2 VLPs encapsidate pEff-derived RNA. -- Supplementary Fig. 5: Comparison of Potyviridae and Alphaflexviridae coat protein structures. -- Supplementary Fig. 6: Alphafold structure predictions. -- Supplementary Fig. 7: CryoEM image processing workflow. -- Supplementary Fig. 8: Uncropped versions of gels and blots in the Figures 1 and 2, and in Supplementary Figures 1, 3 and 4. -- Supplementary Table 1. Reports of SPFMV CP subunit interactions to subunits adjacent (N and N+1) and in the next layer (N and N+10) of the helical structure. -- Supplementary Table 2. Reports of SPMMV CP subunit interactions to subunits adjacent (N and N+1) and in the next layer (N and N+10) of the helical structure. -- Supplementary Table 3. Reports for SPFMV and SPMMV CP subunit interactions to the RNA. -- Supplementary Table 4. List of primers. -- Source Data for the thermal stability assay of purified VLPs of SPFMV and SPMMV (depicted in Figure 3)., CryoEM and stability_Supplementary.pdf, Peer reviewed

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