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DATASET RELATED TO THE PUBLICATION "SYNCHRONIZATION OF OPTOMECHANICAL NANOBEAMS BY MECHANICAL INTERACTION", DOI: 10.1103/PHYSREVLETT.123.017402

  • Colombano, Martin F.
  • Arregui, Guillermo
  • Capuj, Nestor E.
  • Pitanti, A.
  • Maire, Jeremie
  • Griol, Amadeu
  • Garrido, Blas
  • Martínez, Alejandro
  • Sotomayor Torres, C. M.
  • Navarro-Urrios, D.
This folder contains the raw data from which the graphs in paper "Synchronization of Optomechanical Nanobeams by Mechanical Interaction", DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.123.017402, have been obtained., European Commission: PHENOMEN - All-Phononic circuits Enabled by Opto-mechanics (713450), Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/234973, http://dx.doi.org/10.13039/501100000780
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DATASET RELATED TO THE PUBLICATION "MECHANICAL OSCILLATIONS IN LASING MICROSPHERES", DOI: 10.1063/1.4997182

  • Toncelli, A.
  • Capuj, Nestor E.
  • Garrido, Blas
  • Sledzinska, Marianna
  • Sotomayor Torres, C. M.
  • Tredicucci, A.
  • Navarro-Urrios, D.
This folder contains the raw data from which the graphs in paper "Mechanical oscillations in lasing microsphere", DOI: 10.1063/1.4997182, have been obtained., European Commission: PHENOMEN - All-Phononic circuits Enabled by Opto-mechanics (713450), Peer reviewed

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ACSAPPLMATERINTERFACES2020_12_44195_CEAMANOS_FIG6

  • Ceamanos, Lorena
  • Kahveci, Zehra
  • López-Valdeolivas, María
  • Liu, Danqing
  • Broer, Dirk, J.
  • Sánchez-Somolinos, Carlos
Dataset corresponding to the underlying data of PRIME scientific publications. - Publication title: Four-Dimensional Printed Liquid Crystalline Elastomer Actuators with Fast Photoinduced Mechanical Response toward Light-Driven Robotic Functions. - Publication reference: ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2020, 12, 39, 44195. - Publication DOI: 10.1021/acsami.0c13341 - Figure 6 caption: Photoresponse of a dog bone-shaped LCE strip (110 μm thick) with uniaxial orientation. Director along the long axis of the element. A pre-stretching of the sample by a force of 2.4 mN has been applied prior to force measurements. Temporal dependence of force measurement under pulsed excitation (1 s, illumination starts at t = 0 s) with UV light (365 nm, purple line) at (a) 50, (c) 100, and (e) 200 mW/cm2. Temporal dependence of the sample surface temperature under pulsed excitation (1 s, illumination starts at t = 0 s) with UV light (365 nm, purple line) at (b) 50, (d) 100, and (f) 200 mW/cm2. PRIME. Advanced and versatile PRInting platform for the next generation of active Microfluidic dEvices, PRIME has received Funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 829010 and VIBRATE - Self-sustaining vibration and mechanical resonance effects in stimuli responsive liquid crystal polymer coatings and membranes (Vibrate) (669991), Peer reviewed

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ACSAPPLMATERINTERFACES2020_12_44195_CEAMANOS_FIG4

  • Ceamanos, Lorena
  • Kahveci, Zehra
  • López-Valdeolivas, María
  • Liu, Danqing
  • Broer, Dirk, J.
  • Sánchez-Somolinos, Carlos
Dataset corresponding to the underlying data of PRIME scientific publications - Publication Title: Four-Dimensional Printed Liquid Crystalline Elastomer Actuators with Fast Photoinduced Mechanical Response toward Light-Driven Robotic Functions - Publication Reference: ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2020, 12, 39, 44195. - Publication DOI: 10.1021/acsami.0c13341 Figure 4 caption: Photoresponse of a rectangular LCE strip (90 μm thick) with uniaxial orientation of the director along the long axis of the element with (a−c) low UV intensity (365 nm, 50 mW/cm2) and (d−f) high UV intensity (365 nm, 200 mW/cm2) exposure. A weight of 1 g is attached to the lower extreme of the strip. (a,d) Images of the LCE element successively acquired (i) before UV illumination, (ii) after UV illumination (after 4 and 1 min of illumination with 50 and 200 mW/cm2, respectively), (iii) 2 min after ceasing the UV illumination, and (iv) after 30 min of blue light illumination (455 nm, 4 mW/cm2). (b,e) Temporal dependence of normalized strip length during the initial part of the experiment showing contraction upon UV illumination (purple squares) with (b) 50 and (e) 200 mW/cm2 and the partial recovery of the length when UV illumination ceases (black squares). (b and d insets) Temporal dependence of normalized strip length during the whole experiment including the final blue light irradiation step (455 nm, 4 mW/cm2, for 30 min, blue squares). (c,f) Temporal dependence of temperature of the irradiated side of the LCE element illuminated (365 nm, purple line) with (c) 50 and (f) 200 mW/cm2. PRIME. Advanced and versatile PRInting platform for the next generation of active Microfluidic dEvices, PRIME has received Funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 829010 and VIBRATE - Self-sustaining vibration and mechanical resonance effects in stimuli responsive liquid crystal polymer coatings and membranes (Vibrate) (669991), Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/234988, http://dx.doi.org/10.13039/501100000780
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ACSAPPLMATERINTERFACES2020_12_44195_CEAMANOS_FIG2

  • Ceamanos, Lorena
  • Kahveci, Zehra
  • López-Valdeolivas, María
  • Liu, Danqing
  • Broer, Dirk, J.
  • Sánchez-Somolinos, Carlos
Dataset corresponding to the underlying data of PRIME scientific publications. - Publication Title: Four-Dimensional Printed Liquid Crystalline Elastomer Actuators with Fast Photoinduced Mechanical Response toward Light-Driven Robotic Functions - Publication Reference: ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2020, 12, 39, 44195. - Publication DOI: 10.1021/acsami.0c13341 - Figure 2 caption: Thermomechanical response of a uniaxially oriented strip (90 μm thick) with the director along its long axis. (a) Weight of 1 g attached to the extreme of the strip lifted upon heating. (i−iii) Camera images acquired on heating from (i) 30 °C to (ii) 100 °C and (iii) at 30 °C again after cooling down. (b) Temperature dependence of normalized length and width of the LCE strip during the heating process. The strip length and width were measured at 30 °C(L0 andW0, respectively) and during the temperature increase of the cycle (L and W, respectively). PRIME. Advanced and versatile PRInting platform for the next generation of active Microfluidic dEvices., PRIME has received Funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 829010 and VIBRATE - Self-sustaining vibration and mechanical resonance effects in stimuli responsive liquid crystal polymer coatings and membranes (Vibrate) (669991)., Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/235052, http://dx.doi.org/10.13039/501100000780
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ACSAPPLMATERINTERFACES2020_12_44195_CEAMANOS_FIGS2

  • Ceamanos, Lorena
  • Kahveci, Zehra
  • López-Valdeolivas, María
  • Liu, Danqing
  • Broer, Dirk, J.
  • Sánchez-Somolinos, Carlos
Dataset corresponding to the underlying data of PRIME scientific publications - Publication title: Four-Dimensional Printed Liquid Crystalline Elastomer Actuators with Fast Photoinduced Mechanical Response toward Light-Driven Robotic Functions - Publication reference: ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2020, 12, 39, 44195. - Publication DOI: 10.1021/acsami.0c13341 - Figure S2 caption: Photoresponse of a dog-bone shaped LCE strip with uniaxial orientation. Peak force measurement at maximum under a sequence of ten pulses (pulse duration of 1 s with a periodicity of 11s) of UV light (365 nm) at 50 mW/cm2. PRIME. Advanced and versatile PRInting platform for the next generation of active Microfluidic dEvices., PRIME has received Funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 829010 and VIBRATE - Self-sustaining vibration and mechanical resonance effects in stimuli responsive liquid crystal polymer coatings and membranes (Vibrate) (669991)., Peer reviewed

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MAGNETISM OF TOPOLOGICAL BOUNDARY STATES INDUCED BY BORON SUBSTITUTION IN GRAPHENE NANORIBBONS

  • Friedrich, Niklas
  • Brandimarte, Pedro
  • Li, Jingcheng
  • Saito, Shohei
  • Yamaguchi, Shigehiro
  • Pozo, Iago
  • Peña, Diego
  • Frederiksen, Thomas
  • García-Lekue, Aran
  • Sánchez-Portal, Daniel
  • Pascual, José I.
OPEN DATA related to the research publication: Niklas Friedrich, Pedro Brandimarte, Jingcheng Li, Shohei Saito, Shigehiro Yamaguchi, Iago Pozo, Diego Peña, Thomas Frederiksen, Aran Garcia-Lekue, Daniel Sánchez-Portal, and José Ignacio Pascual, Magnetism of Topological Boundary States Induced by Boron Substitution in Graphene Nanoribbons, Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 146801 (2020) [arXiv:2004.10280], Graphene nanoribbons (GNRs), low-dimensional platforms for carbon-based electronics, show the promising perspective to also incorporate spin polarization in their conjugated electron system. However, magnetism in GNRs is generally associated with localized states around zigzag edges, difficult to fabricate and with high reactivity. Here we demonstrate that magnetism can also be induced away from physical GNR zigzag edges through atomically precise engineering topological defects in its interior. A pair of substitutional boron atoms inserted in the carbon backbone breaks the conjugation of their topological bands and builds two spin-polarized boundary states around them. The spin state was detected in electrical transport measurements through boron-substituted GNRs suspended between the tip and the sample of a scanning tunneling microscope. First-principle simulations find that boron pairs induce a spin 1, which is modified by tuning the spacing between pairs. Our results demonstrate a route to embed spin chains in GNRs, turning them into basic elements of spintronic devices., We acknowledge funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 863098 (FET-Open project "SPRING")., Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/235114, http://dx.doi.org/10.13039/501100000780
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EFFECT OF SUPERPARAMAGNETIC IRON OXIDE NANOPARTICLES ON GLUCOSE HOMEOSTASIS ON TYPE 2 DIABETES EXPERIMENTAL MODEL

  • Ali, L. M. A.
  • Shaker, Sara A.
  • Piñol, Rafael
  • Millán, Ángel
  • Hanafy, Mervat Y.
  • Helmy, Madiha H.
  • Kamel, Maher A.
  • Mahmoud, Shimaa A.
The data correspond to figures in the paper by Ali, L.M.A. et al. Life Sciences 245 (2020) 117361. doi:10.1016/j.lfs.2020.117361., European Commission: NanoTBTech - Nanoparticles-based 2D thermal bioimaging technologies (801305) HOTZYMES - Redesigning biocatalysis: Thermal-tuning of one-pot multienzymatic cascades by nanoactuation (829162), Peer reviewed

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CONSERVATION OF AGING AND CANCER EPIGENETIC SIGNATURES ACROSS HUMAN AND MOUSE

  • Pérez, Raúl F.
  • Tejedor, Juan Ramón
  • Santamarina-Ojeda, Pablo
  • López, Virginia
  • Urdinguio, Rocío G.
  • Villamañán, Lucía
  • Candiota, Ana Paula
  • Vidal Sarró, Noemí
  • Barradas, Marta
  • Fernandez-Marcos, Pablo Jose
  • Serrano, Manuel
  • Fernández, Agustín F.
  • Fraga, Mario F.
This dataset contains information related to dataframes, databases, scripts and supplementary material mentioned in the original manuscript., Aging and cancer are two interrelated biological processes, with aging being one of the most important risk factors for the development of cancer. Parallel epigenetic alterations have been described for both, although differences, especially within the DNA hypomethylation scenario, have also been identified in recent literature. While many of these observations arise from the use of mouse models, there is a lack of systematic and single-base resolution comparisons of human and mouse epigenetic patterns in the context of disease. However, such comparisons are especially significant with respect to the DNA methylation alterations found independently in the two species as they allow to establish the extent to which some of the observed similarities or differences arise from pre-existing species-specific epigenetic traits. Here, we have used reduced representation bisulfite sequencing to profile the brain methylomes of young and old, tumoral and non-tumoral brain samples from human and mouse. We first characterized the baseline epigenomic patterns of the species and subsequently focused on the DNA methylation alterations associated with cancer and aging. Next, we described the functional genomic and epigenomic context associated with the alterations, and finally we integrated our data in order to study interspecies DNA methylation levels at specific CpG sites. Globally, we found robust evidence for the conservation of cancer and aging-associated epigenomic patterns in both species, and our observations point towards the preservation of the functional consequences of these alterations at multiple levels of genomic regulation., Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/235122
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DISTINCT CHROMATIN SIGNATURES OF DNA HYPOMETHYLATION IN AGING AND CANCER (DATASETS AND ADDITIONAL FILES)

  • Pérez, Raúl F.
  • Tejedor, Juan Ramón
  • Bayón, Gustavo F.
  • Fernández, Agustín F.
  • Fraga, Mario F.
Provided datasets correspond to the supplementary material generated for Perez RF et al (2018)., Distinct chromatin signatures of DNA hypomethylation in aging and cancer. Raúl F, Pérez et al. (DOI: 10.1111/acel.12744), Cancer is an aging-associated disease but the underlying molecular links between these processes are still largely unknown. Gene promoters that become hypermethylated in aging and cancer share a common chromatin signature in ES cells. In addition, there is also global DNA hypomethylation in both processes. However, any similarities of the regions where this loss of DNA methylation occurs is currently not well characterized, nor is it known whether such regions also share a common chromatin signature in aging and cancer. To address this issue we analysed TCGA DNA methylation data from a total of 2,311 samples, including control and cancer cases from patients with breast, kidney, thyroid, skin, brain and lung tumors and healthy blood, and integrated the results with histone, chromatin state and transcription factor binding site data from the NIH Roadmap Epigenomics and ENCODE projects. We identified 98,857 CpG sites differentially methylated in aging, and 286,746 in cancer. Hyper- and hypomethylated changes in both processes each had a similar genomic distribution across tissues and displayed tissue-independent alterations. The identified hypermethylated regions in aging and cancer shared a similar bivalent chromatin signature. In contrast, hypomethylated DNA sequences occurred in very different chromatin contexts. DNA hypomethylated sequences were enriched at genomic regions marked with the activating histone posttranslational modification H3K4me1 in aging, whilst in cancer, loss of DNA methylation was primarily associated with the repressive H3K9me3 mark., Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/235126
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