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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/340216
Dataset. 2023

TRANSCRIPTOMIC AND CONNECTOMIC CORRELATES OF DIFFERENTIAL SPATIAL PATTERNING AMONG GLIOMAS SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL

  • Romero Garcia, Rafael
  • Mandal, Ayan
  • Bethlehem, Richard, A. I.
  • Crespo-Facorro, Benedicto
  • Hart, Michael G.
  • Suckling, John
9 pages. -- Figures S1-S6. -- Table S1. Differential expression between GBM and LGG bulk tissue of tumour-related genes., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/340284
Dataset. 2023

N AVAILABILITY IN BIOCHAR-BASED FERTILIZERS DEPENDING ON ACTIVATION TREATMENT AND N SOURCE

  • Castejón-del Pino, Raúl
  • Cayuela, María Luz
  • Sánchez García, María
  • Sánchez-Monedero, Miguel Ángel
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/340320
Dataset. 2023

BIBLIOGRAPHY ASSOCIATED TO THE PUBLICATIONS RESULTING FROM THE EUQU PROJECT

BIBLIOGRAFÍAS ASOCIADAS A LAS PUBLICACIONES RESULTADO DEL PROYECTO EUQU

  • Madrid Álvarez-Piñer, Teresa
  • Proyecto EuQu
This dataset collects the bibliographic entries used in the first phases of the research. They have been compiled by several members of the project through a shared tool such as the Zotero bibliographic manager./ Este conjunto de datos recoge las entradas bibliográficas empleadas en las primeras fases de la investigación. Han sido recogidas por diversos miembros del proyecto a través de una herramienta compartida como es el gestor bibliográfico Zotero., Este conjunto de datos está sujeto a una licencia CC BY 4.0, [EN] Bibliographies generated by the EuQu research project include primary and secondary sources on the presence of the Qur'anic text in Europe and the Mediterranean world., [ES] Las bibliografías generadas por la investigación del proyecto EuQu recogen fuentes primarias y secundarias en torno a la presencia del texto coránico en Europa y mundo mediterráneo., Peer reviewed

Proyecto: EC/H2020/810141
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/340326
Dataset. 2023

YEMENI BOOKS PRINTED BETWEEN 1850 AND 1950

  • Rollet, Nádege
  • Thiele, Jan
Este dataset está sujeto a una licencia CC BY 4.0, [EN] This dataset collects bibliographical information about books printed between 1850 and 1950 that were written by Yemeni authors or belonged to the Yemeni-Zaydi literary tradition. The printing of these books began in the second half of the nineteenth century with European Orientalist scholars as well as in various places in India. In Yemen itself, a small-scale programme of publishing printed books emerged after the foundation of the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen in 1918. Using the technical equipment left behind by the Ottomans, the production of printed books was part of the state’s politics of institutional and cultural modernisation. Yet the main place for printing was, since the beginning of the twentieth century, the Egyptian capital Cairo. The dataset attempts to contribute to the investigation of the transition from manuscript to print culture, of the Imamic state’s intellectual programme in its domestic context as well as overseas, and of the rise of Orientalist scholarship on Yemen., [ES] Este conjunto de datos recoge información bibliográfica sobre libros impresos entre 1850 y 1950 que fueron escritos por autores yemeníes o pertenecían a la tradición literaria yemení-zaydí. La impresión de estos libros comenzó en la segunda mitad del siglo XIX con orientalistas europeos, así como en diversas ciudades de la India. En el propio Yemen surgió un programa a pequeña escala de publicación de libros impresos tras la fundación del Reino Mutawakkilí de Yemen en 1918. Utilizando el equipo técnico que dejaron atrás los otomanos, la producción de libros impresos formaba parte de la política de modernización institucional y cultural del Estado. Sin embargo, el principal lugar de impresión fue, desde principios del siglo XX, la capital egipcia, El Cairo. El conjunto de datos pretende contribuir a la investigación de la transición de la cultura manuscrita a la cultura impresa, del programa intelectual del Estado imámico en su contexto nacional y extranjero, así que del auge de estudios por orientalistas sobre Yemen., Funded by the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas internal grant no. 202210I17., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/340351
Dataset. 2023

ABIOTIC PROCESSES CONTROL CARBON DIOXIDE DYNAMICS IN TEMPERATE KARST LAKES

  • Vargas-Sánchez, Mariana
  • Alcocer, Javier
  • Puche, Eric
  • Sánchez Carrillo, Salvador
Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/340351
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/340376
Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL THE DIRECT EFFECT OF FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 23 ON VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE CELL PHENOTYPE AND FUNCTION

  • Vergara, Noemí
  • Pendón-Ruiz de Mier, M Victoria
  • Rodelo-Haad, Cristian
  • Revilla-González, Gonzalo
  • Membrives, Cristina
  • Díaz-Tocados, Juan M.
  • Martínez-Moreno, Julio M.
  • Torralbo, Ana I.
  • Herencia, Carmen
  • Rodríguez-Ortiz, María Encarnación
  • López-Baltanás, Rodrigo
  • Richards, Williams G.
  • Felsenfeld, Arnold
  • Almadén, Yolanda
  • Martín-Malo, Alejandro
  • Ureña, Juan
  • Santamaría, Rafael
  • Soriano, Sagrario
  • Rodríguez, Mariano
  • Muñoz-Castañeda, Juan R.
3 pages. -- Figure S1. Supplemental Material. Effects of anti-miR-221 and miR-222. -- Figure S1. Supplemental Material: A) Anti-miR-221 and B) anti-miR-222 transfection for 48 h decreased not significantly the expression of miR-221 and miR-222 in VSMC. -- Figure S2. Supplemental Material. Recombinant Klotho administration did not modify the expression of contractile markers of VSMC. -- Figure S3. Histological quantifications in thoracic aortas of rats of synthetic markers of VSMC., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

DATASET OF OPERANDO EXPLORATION OF TRIBOCHEMICAL DECOMPOSITION IN SYNTHETIC FES2 THIN FILM AND MINERAL IRON PYRITE

  • Muñoz-Cortés, Esmeralda
  • Sánchez-Prieto, Jesús
  • Zabala, Borja
  • Sánchez, Carlos
  • Flores, Eduardo
  • Flores, Araceli
  • Román García, Elisa Leonor
  • Ares, José R.
  • Nevshupa, Roman
FeS2 thin films were obtained by sulfuration of Fe coatings, which were deposited by thermal evaporation of iron powder (Goodfellow, 99.99%) on soda lime glass substrates under high vacuum. The initial thickness of the Fe coatings was 300±20 nm as measured using quartz crystal microbalance. The Fe coating was transferred into a glass ampoule, which contained a small amount of sulfur powder (Merck, 99.99%) placed at one end. The ampoule was evacuated down to 10-5 mbar and sealed. Then, sulfur was sublimated by heating to 300ºC for 20 h, while sulfur vapour at a pressure of about 0.065 bar reacted with the Fe film. After sulfuration, the coatings were kept in the same sealed ampoules at room temperature until they were characterized. Natural pyrite was used to contrast the results obtained for artificial FeS2 thin film. A sheet of iron pyrite was cut from a native crystal proceeding from Peru mines and polished. X-ray diffraction analysis showed a typical cubic crystal structure of the mineral sample. The iron coatings' crystal structure was analyzed both before and after sulfuration using grazing-angle X-ray diffraction (XRD). This was accomplished by employing Cu Kα radiation and maintaining a fixed incidence angle of 1.7°. To determine the mean crystallite size, the Scherrer formalism was applied to the main diffraction band (200). Film thickness measurements were conducted at the film edge utilizing a stylus profilometer, achieving an accuracy of 10 nm. The mechanical properties of the FeS2 coatings were investigated through nanoindentation (G200, KLA Corp.), utilizing a Berkovich diamond tip in dynamic contact mode. The maximum indentation depth was 100 nm constrained to remain below 10% of the total coating thickness. The loading cycle was carried out at a constant indentation strain rate of 0.1 s-1 and a small oscillating force was superimposed to this loading ramp (75 Hz of frequency, amplitude of 2 nm). Continuous measurement of the contact stiffness was achieved on the basis of the phase lag between the sinusoidal force and the penetration produced. X-ray Photoemission Spectrometry (XPS) was used to obtain information on chemical state of various elements under ultra-high vacuum (UHV) with a pressure below 10-8 Pa. Mg Kα radiation with an energy of 1253.6 eV was employed. To eliminate any airborne adsorbed contaminants from the sample surface, ensuring a pristine surface for subsequent XPS analysis, the samples underwent Ar+ ion sputtering with an energy of 1 keV and an incident angle of 60° with respect to the sample normal. The sputtering depth was around 1.3 Å. It should be noted that Ar+ ions for sputtering can potentially alter the chemical oxidation state of Fe and/or S and/or change the surface composition due to preferential sputtering. No additional treatment was performed. High-resolution XPS analysis of Fe 2p, S 2p, O 1s, and C 1s was conducted through the fitting process employing the minimum possible number of components compatible with the expected chemistry. For instance, both the Fe 2p3/2 and Fe 2 p1/2 spin-orbit peaks were fitted to ensure the coherence of the procedure, while assuming a Shirley background. For the sake of simplicity, only the Fe 2p3/2 bands are discussed here. The S 2p peak was fitted employing a S 2p3/2 S 2p1/2 doublet, considering the theoretical spin-orbit coupling ratio of 1:2. A fixed separation of 1.2 eV between the S 2p3/2 and S 2p1/2 was maintained based on literature for data processing., Electron Stimulated Desorption (ESD) coupled with mass spectrometry was used to examine the chemical composition of the adsorbed layers and the surface chemical groups. The sample was bombarded with electrons using an electron gun positioned at a 60° angle to the surface normal. Unless otherwise mentioned, the electron energy used was 600 eV. The ions, which were generated on the surface due to electron bombardment, released from the sample and were detected using a quadrupole mass spectrometer, situated in front of the sample. More details about the setup and process of the ESD experimental system can be found elsewhere. Thermal Gravimetric analysis of thin films was used to analyse the gases emitted during progressive heating under both Ar and dry air flows using a mass spectrometer. The rate of linear heating was set at 5, 10, and 20 °C/min. The emitted gases were analysed in the range of 1-90 a.m.u. The Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry (RBS) and Elastic Recoil Detection Analysis (ERDA) techniques, available at the Centre of Microanalysis of Materials of Autonomous University of Madrid, were employed to determine the elemental composition of the sample surfaces. Its 5MV linear tandem accelerator facility provides the ion beams to carry out the characterization with these techniques. In this study, a collimated He+ beam with energies of 3.035 or 4.260 MeV extracted from the accelerator was used, while choice of these energies’ values justified under resonant conditions for oxygen and carbon respectively. For RBS analysis, the backscattered ions were detected at an angle of 170° with respect to the direction of the incident ion beam. In the case of ERDA, the ions were directed to the surface at an incident angle of 75° with respect to the surface normal. Recoiled particles were collected at 30°. To filter out heavier ions, a 19 µm thick mylar film was placed in front of the detector to obtain the hydrogen depth profile. The total ion dose in each measurement was set to 15 µC with a particle flux of 5.5x1012 cm-2 s-1 and a probe size of 1.5x1.5 mm2. The spectra were taken with the samples at random orientations. For energy-to-depth conversion, common SRIM (Stopping and Range of Ions in Matter) energy loss data were used, along with reference samples of MgH2 Er-doped TiO2 coatings. The RBS-ERDA spectra were fitted using SIMNRA simulation software. The gases emitted during mechanical activation of the materials were analysed using an original UHV experimental system equipped with a quadrupole mass spectrometer (Hiden HALO), a reciprocating motion UHV-grade friction cell, and a dynamic gas expansion system. Such a configuration allows accurate quantification of minute emission rates down to 1 pmol s-1. The samples were rubbed under UHV using alumina spheres, 3 mm in diameter. The rubbing conditions, unless otherwise stated, were as follows: the normal load of 0.44 N, the frequency of reciprocating motion of 1 s-1, and the mean rubbing velocity of 0.18 m s-1. The experimental system is schematically shown in Figure 1 and described in detail elsewhere. Before the tests, the alumina spheres were thoroughly degreased consecutively in acetone and isopropanol ultrasonic baths. After drying, they were submerged in a hot Piranha solution to remove carbon and metal residues, rinsed with ultrapure water, and dried in an N2 stream. The differential mass spectra (DMS) were derived by subtracting the mean steady background mass spectra from the mean mass spectra recorded during the application of the mechanical stimulus. Only statistically significant changes (α=0.05) in DMS were analysed among the channels within the 1 – 100 a.m.u. range. To ensure comparability, the mass spectra were normalized by dividing by the total ion current in each spectrum. The tentative identification of ion species was based on reference cracking patterns from the NIST Webbook (NIST Webbook). The gas composition was determined through a backward stepwise regression method, in which we utilized reference mass spectra of various potential gas precursors. These spectra were fitted in various combinations to the experimental DMS with the aim of identifying the combination that included the fewest precursors and achieved a high R2adj value. Behavioural analysis (BA) was employed to develop better understanding of the mechanisms of underlying tribochemical processes. BA allows to explore the short- and long-term trends of highly dynamic emission time series, to establish the degree of correlation between the mass spectrometer signals, and to trace them back to the possible emission sources in the mechanically affected bulk material and/or on the mechanically affected surfaces. Chemical changes in the Mechanically Affected Zones (MAZ) were studied using vibrational spectroscopy (Raman and FTIR). All the results were benchmarked against the spectra obtained from neighbouring pristine surfaces. Raman spectra were measured using a 532 nm laser in air. Infrared micro-reflectance spectra were obtained using a micro-FTIR spectrometer., Datasets of mass-spectrometry signals were obtained in the experiments with non-thermal tribochemical decomposition of synthetic thin-film iron sulphide and mineral iron pyrite. Tribochemical reactions were studied on a micrometre scale using localized rubbing under ultrahigh vacuum. Mechanically Stimulated Gas Emission Mass-Spectrometry (MSGE-MS) including the Dynamic gas expansion method was used to determine the kinetic parameters of gas emission and the composition of the emitted gases. The study was complemented by structural, morphological, tribological, mechanical and surface analyses. It was found that carbon-containing gases were dominating. The sulfur-containing gases comprised H2S, COS and CS2. The latter two were unexpected. The emission of these gases was traced back to solid-state chemical reactions kinetically controlled by the precursor concentrations and driven through non-thermal mechanisms, which we tentatively assigned to formation of sulfur radicals., This study was co-funded by Spanish Ministry for Science and Innovation (grants PID2019-111063RB-I00, PID2020-112770RB-C22, PID2020-117573GB-I00, RTI2018-099794-B-I00, and TED2021-129950B-I00) and funding from Madrid Community (project S2018/NMT-4291 TEC2SPACE), Ministry of Science and Innovation of Spain (project CSIC13-4E-1794) and EU (FEDER, FSE)., 1. Dataset of mass-spectrometry time series of mechanically stimulated gas emission from sodium alanate (NaAlH4) pellets under vacuum.-- 2. Dataset of Thermal Programmed Desorption – Mass-Spectrometry (TPD-MS) analysis of sodium alanate.-- 3. Dataset of X-ray diffraction of sodium alanate.-- 4. Dataset of micro-FTIR spectra of pristine and mechanically activated surfaces of pellets of sodium alanate.-- 5. Dataset of Raman spectra measured on the surfaces of pellets of sodium alanate., No

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Dataset. 2023

THE SEISMIC STRATIGRAPHY OF THE ADRA DELTA SUBMARINE SYSTEM: CLUES ABOUT THE PROGRESSIVE TRANSFORMATION OF A SMALL DELTAIC SYSTEM IN RESPONSE TO CLIMATIC CHANGES AND ANTHROPOGENIC FORCINGS

  • Bárcenas-Gascón, Patricia
  • Lobo, Francisco José
  • Fernández-Salas, L.M.
  • Mendes, Isabel
  • López-González, Nieves
  • Macías, Jorge
[Description of methods used for collection/generation of data] Los datos batimétricos se obstuvieron con ecosonda multihaz en las campañas ESPACE02 y MOSAICO0509. Los persiles sísmicos de alta resolución se obtuvieron en la campaña MOSAICO0908 con Uniboom seismic.Los testigos de sedimento se obtuvieron en la campaña MOSAICO 1108., [Methods for processing the data] Los datos batimétricos de la campaña ESPACE02 se procesaron con el software Neptune y los obtenidos en la campaña MOSAICO0509 se procesaron con el software Caraibes. Posteriormente, los datos batimétricos se integraron en un sistema de información geográfica. Los datos sísmicos se procesaron e interpretaron con el software Kingdom™ Suite. A las muestras de sedimentos se realizaron análisis granulométricos y dataciones con radiocarbono., [EN] The formation and development of a small Mediterranean deltaic system are investigated through a primary seismic stratigraphic interpretation of a high-resolution seismic profile network, combined with multiple bathymetric data (including multibeam bathymetric imagery) and collated with shallow sediment cores collected with a vibro-corer device. The submarine delta of the Adra River is divided into a basal patchy seismic unit and five wedge-shaped younger seismic units that are related to the Holocene highstand stabilization. Limited age control indicates that the two uppermost seismic units are very recent, most likely related to a dearth of fluvial fluxes led by channel deviations and by sediment retention. The formation of the three older seismic units is correlated to three humid periods during the middle Holocene, late Holocene and Little Ice Age, under a general context of progressive aridification of southeastern Iberia. The stacking patterns and spatial distribution of individual seismic units document a history of episodic progradation of successive prodeltaic lobes, with a long-term evolution mediated by climatically-induced changes in the river basin and more recent anthropogenic interventions. Overall, the prodeltaic system registers the complete modification of a deltaic system that evolves from a fluvial-dominated delta to recent wave-dominated wedges. In between, the deltaic system exhibits a progressive asymmetric character, due to the instauration of Atlantic waters on the shelf and their subsequent eastward redistribution. The Adra deltaic system is proposed as an outstanding example of a small deltaic system that reacts almost immediately to the complex interaction between natural changes in the system and anthropogenic interventions in the drainage basin., [ES] La formación y la evolución de un pequeño sistema deltaico mediterráneo se ha estudiado mediante la interpretación estratigráfica de una red de perfiles sísmicos de alta resolución, combinada con múltiples datos batimétricos (incluidas datos de batimetria multihaz) y cotejada con testigos de sedimentos someros recogidos con vibro-corer. En el delta submarino del río Adra se diferencia una unidad sísmica basal y cinco unidades sísmicas más jóvenes en forma de cuña que están relacionadas con la estabilización del alto nivel del Holoceno. A partir de las dataciones realizadas se observa que las dos unidades sísmicas superiores son muy recientes, muy probablemente relacionadas con una disminución en los aportes fluviales provocada por las desviaciones del cauce y por la retención de sedimentos. La formación de las tres unidades sísmicas más antiguas se correlaciona con tres periodos húmedos durante el Holoceno medio, el Holoceno tardío y la Pequeña Edad de Hielo, en un contexto general de progresiva aridificación del sureste de Iberia. Los patrones de sedimentación y la distribución espacial de las unidades sísmicas indican una progradación episódica de sucesivos lóbulos prodeltaicos , con una evolución a largo plazo en la cuenca fluvial mediada por cambios climáticos y más recientemente por intervenciones antropogénicass. En conjunto, el sistema prodeltaico registra la modificación de un sistema deltaico que evoluciona en principio como un delta dominado por flujos fluviales hasta cuñas recientes dominadas por el oleaje. Entre medias, el sistema deltaico muestra un carácter asimétrico progresivo, debido a la influencia de las aguas atlánticas en la plataforma y su posterior redistribución hacia el este. El sistema deltaico del río Adra se propone como ejemplo de un pequeño sistema deltaico que reacciona de forma casi inmediata a la compleja interacción entre los cambios naturales del sistema y las intervenciones antropogénicas en la cuenca de drenaje., "Modelado, simulación numérica y análisis del transporte de sedimentos en los abanicos submarinos de los ríos de Andalucía oriental” (acrónimo: MOSAICO), financiado por la Junta de Andalucía (http://anamat.cie.uma.es/mosaico). "Estudio sistemático de la plataforma continental y talud superior españoles (Proyecto ESPACE)", financiado por la Secretaría General de Pesca. Ministerio de Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY DATA RELATED TO RECONSTRUCTING MIGRATORY NETWORK NODES TO IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION DECISIONS: A CASE STUDY OF THE COMMON QUAIL COTURNIX COTURNIX AS A BIOSENSOR

  • Sáez, David
  • Spina, Fernando
  • Margalida, Antoni
  • Serra, Lorenzo
  • Volponi, Stefano
  • Nadal, Jesús
Supplementary 1. Quail Coturnix coturnix migratory trajectories for reproduction categories. Red arrows show the trajectories of individual birds. Yellow arrows show the average trajectory of each category., Supplementary 2. Representation of the Rayleigh tests for each reproduction categories. Blue bars show group trajectories, and red arrows show the average trajectory., Supplementary 3. Land uses in Europe according to statistics (eurostat) and Corine (Coordination Information on the environment)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

EXPERIMENTAL DATA FOR MANUSCRIPT "AGROBACTERIUM TUMEFACIENS-MEDIATED TRANSFORMATION FOR THE GENETIC MODIFICATION OF THE BIOTECHNOLOGICALLY RELEVANT FUNGUS ASPERGILLUS VADENSIS THROUGH SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY

  • Ropero Pérez, Carolina
  • Manzanares, Paloma
  • Marcos López, José Francisco
  • Garrigues, Sandra
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