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Dataset. 2021

SUPPORTING INFORMATION INCLUDING RAW DATASET OF THE MANUSCRIPT " HIGHLY ENANTIOSELECTIVE IRIDIUM(I)-CATALYZED HYDROCARBONATION OF ALKENES: A VERSATILE APPROACH TO HETEROCYCLIC SYSTEMS BEARING QUATERNARY STEREOCENTERS"[DATASET]

  • Arribas, Andrés
  • Calvelo, Martín
  • Fernández, David F.
  • Rodrigues, Catarina A. B.
  • Mascareñas, José L.
  • López García, Fernando José
We report a versatile, highly enantioselective intramolecular hydrocarbonation reaction that provides a direct access to heteropolycyclic systems bearing chiral quaternary carbon stereocenters. The method, which relies on an iridium(I)/bisphosphine chiral catalyst, is particularly efficient for the synthesis of five-, six- and seven-membered fused indole and pyrrole products, bearing one and two stereocenters, with enantiomeric excesses of up to >99 %. DFT computational studies allowed to obtain a detailed mechanistic profile and identify a cluster of weak non-covalent interactions as key factors to control the enantioselectivity., Table of Contents 1. General Procedures ........................................................................................................................ S3 2. Optimization Tables ........................................................................................................................ S4 Table S1. Optimization of the reaction conditions with the pyrrole precursor...................................... S4 Table S2. Influence of the directing group[a] ....................................................................................... S5 Table S3. Hydrocarbonation of alkenyl pyrroles leading to 6- and 7-membered rings[a]...................... S6 Table S4. Brief analysis on indole precursors 1q and 1t[a] .................................................................. S6 3. Synthesis of the Substrates for Catalysis ..................................................................................... S7 3.1. Procedure for the synthesis of precursors 1a-e, 1p and 1r.......................................................... S7 3.2. Procedure for the synthesis of precursors 1f-g, 1q and 1w-y (exemplified for 1f) ..................... S11 3.3. Procedure for the synthesis of precursors 1h-i and 1s-t (exemplified for 1h) ............................ S13 3.4. Procedure for the synthesis of precursors 1j-m and 1v (exemplified for 1j)............................... S15 3.5. Procedure for the synthesis of precursors 1n-o, 1u .................................................................. S16 3.5. Procedure for the synthesis of precursors 1z-1za ..................................................................... S18 3.6. Procedure for the synthesis of precursors 3a-g ......................................................................... S18 4. Procedure for the Enantioselective Ir-Catalyzed Intramolecular Hydrocarbonation (exemplified for N,N-Diethyl-1-methyl-1-phenethyl-2,3-dihydro-1H-pyrrolizine-7-carboxamide 2a).................. S22 5. Synthetic Versatility of the Carboxamide Group in a Model Product (2a) ................................. S51 6. Deuterium Labelling Experiments................................................................................................ S52 6.1. Preparation of the deuterated substrate 1a-D ........................................................................... S52 6.2. Preparation of the deuterated substrate 1v-D ........................................................................... S54 6.3. Determination of the Kinetic Isotope Effect (KIE)....................................................................... S57 7. Mechanistic Computational Analysis........................................................................................... S59 8. Cartesian Coordinates and Energy Values.................................................................................. S70 9. NMR Spectra ................................................................................................................................ S120 10. References................................................................................................................................. S196, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/349492
Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL. UNCOVERING PHYTOTOXIC COMPOUNDS PRODUCED BY COLLETOTRICHUM SPP. INVOLVED IN LEGUME DISEASES USING AN OSMAC–METABOLOMICS APPROACH

  • Reveglia, Pierluigi
  • Agudo‐Jurado, Francisco J.
  • Barilli, Eleonora
  • Masi, Marco
  • Evidente, Antonio
  • Rubiales, Diego
Figure S1. m/z distribution diagrams and Base Peak Chromatograms of C. truncatum isolate C428 (from lentil) extracts. (a) PDA extract; (b) PDB extract; (c) Rice extract; (d) Richard extract. Figure S2. m/z distribution diagrams and Base Peak Chromatograms of C. trucatum isolate C431 (from soybean) extracts. (a) PDA extract; (b) PDB extract; (c) Rice extract; (d) Richard extract. Figure S3. m/z distribution diagrams and Base Peak Chromatograms of C. trifolii isolate C436 (from clover extracts. (a) PDA extract; (b) PDB extract; (c) Rice extract; (d) Richard extract. Figure S4. Structure of: validated metabolites with pure standards (level A; red); putatively identified and produced by Colletotrichum spp. (level B(i), blue); putatively identified and produced by other fungal species (level B(ii), black); Structures of Curvupallide A and B (Level C(i), brown). Table S1. Parameters Metaboanalyst 5.0 for LC-MS spectra processing. Table S2. Features lists transformation and scaling for PLS – DA analysis. Q2 and R2 values of PLS – DA models in cross validation. Table S3. Metabolites dereplicated by targeted and untargeted metabolomics analysis, organised according to identification level. Table S4. Metabolites dereplicated by targeted and untargeted metabolomics analysis, organised according to identification level., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL CONSISTENCY OF THE REGIONAL RESPONSE TO GLOBAL WARMING LEVELS FROM CMIP5 AND CORDEX PROJECTIONS

  • Diez-Sierra, Javier
We compare in this Supplementary Material the Global Warming Level (GWL) plots generated under two different approximations: 1) the approach used in the IPCC AR6 Interactive Atlas and in the paper (see section 2.2), and 2) the usual approach that forces specific GWL values. For consistency, decadal means are used for both approaches. The only difference between both approaches is that the GWL plots obtained with our approach uses independent information from non-overlapping decades. This procedure displays results from independent samples of the regional response to global warming. Another advantage of this way of displaying the information is that time information is not completely removed, as it was used as a parameter and can be visualized (e.g. using colors for the different decades). Conversely, the usual approach forces specific GWL values, using running (e.g. decadal) means, and can share years of data across different close GWLs. It also assumes a monotonic temperature increase, potentially wasting data in the most moderate scenarios or during warming hiatus. In principle, the GWL dimension can be divided as finely as desired, but at the cost of introducing much redundant information. Figure SM1 shows that the results obtained with both approaches are comparable for temperature (top) and precipitation (bottom). The underlying data are the same. However, the number of data points on the left correspond to the actual independent decadal data available while the number of points on the right depend on the spacing between consecutive GWLs and whether a particular simulation actually reaches a particular GWL. On the left, all simulation decades contribute to sampling the regional response to global warming; if a given high GWL is not reached, the information is used to better sample lower GWLs. This information is simply lost when presetting the GWL values. Figure SM2 shows the effect of sampling the GWL with a 0.5K step, and also using a running mean of 20 years instead of 10. The slopes β and overall plots are qualitatively very similar. The 20 year window just prevents reaching the +7K GWL, which can be explored with decadal means or 10-year running windows. Figure SM3 shows the Temperature of Emergence (ToE) obtained for CMIP5 and CORDEX for the different IPCC reference regions (in rows) and for the different seasons (in columns). Regions are sorted according to magnitude of CMIP5 global warming (see Figure 5 in the paper), with higher values at the top of the figure. In order to facilitate the comparison of the results, each cell is divided in two, representing the results for CMIP5 in the upper triangle and for CORDEX in the lower triangle. ToE is obtained for specific GWL values from 1 to 6 with 0.1K steps. For each GWL step we compute the regional change (20 years mean) with respect to the period 1986-2005. Then, the robustness of the multi-model mean signal is calculated using the advanced approach defined in IPCC-WGI AR6 (Gutiérrez et al., 2021, CrossChapterBoxAtlas.1). The robustness of those GWLs with less than 2 simulations contributing to the ensemble were discarded and they do not affect the ToE. The results obtained in Figure SM3 are comparable to those obtained in Figure 6 of the paper. However, here, larger inconsistencies are found between CMIP5 and CORDEX in some regions due to the fact that the number of members of the ensemble are progressively reduced for higher GWL values. Note that not all GCMs reach the highest GWL values and, therefore, the number of simulations contributing to these GWLs is lower. Overall, both approaches find larger discrepancies for those regions in which the ensembles present a low variety of CMIP5 models., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ON FISH FRESHNESS AND QUALITY INDICATORS

  • Ferez-Rubio, José Antonio
  • García, Miriam R.
  • Vilas Fernández, Carlos
The zip file containes two types of files: - HTLM files. These files contain a structured bibliometric analysis regarding the most commonly used indicators to assess fish quality/freshness. The main file (Appendix_collection.html) contains an summary table. The bibliometric analysis of the different indicators can be accessed from this file in an interactive way, via the corresponding hyperlinks. - PDF files. File "FishQualityBib.pdf" contains the bibliometric analysis of the whole collection (all quality indicators together). File "QualityFish.pdf" contains a separate bibliometric analysis for each quality indicator., This repository contains the bibliometric search results discussed in the manuscript: García, MR, Férez-Rubio, JA, Vilas, C. (2022). Assessment and Prediction of Fish Freshness using Mathematical Modelling: A Review. MDPI Foods, 11(15):2312. DOI:10.3390/foods11152312., This work has been funded by the projects RTI2018-093560-J-I00 (MCIU/AEI/FEDER, UE) and RYC2019-028006-I/AIE/10.13039/501100011033, No

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Dataset. 2023

DATASET COLLECTION: EFFECT OF WEAR-CORROSION OF COCR FUNCTIONALIZED WITH REDUCED GRAPHENE OXIDE AND HYALURONIC ACID ON THE PROTEOMIC RESPONSE OF J774A.1 MACROPHAGES

  • Sánchez-López, Luna
  • Ropero de Torres, Noelia
  • Chico, Belén
  • Fagali, Natalia Soledad
  • Ríos, Vivian de los
  • Escudero, María Lorenza
  • García-Alonso, María Cristina
  • Lozano, Rosa María
The presence of a worn surface in the implanted material, as in the case of a replacement of a damaged osteoarticular joint, is the normal condition after implantation. This manuscript focuses precisely on the comparative study of the cellular behavior on worn CoCr surfaces, analyzing the effect of different surface modifications on macrophages’ responses. CoCr surfaces were modified by the deposition of electrochemically reduced graphene oxide (CoCrErGO), followed by additional surface functionalization with hyaluronic acid (CoCrErGOHA). After the wear corrosion processes, the macrophage response was studied. In addition, macrophage supernatants exposed to the surfaces, before and after wear, were also evaluated for osteoblast response through the analysis of the metabolic activity, plasma membrane damage, and phosphatase alkaline activity (ALP). The proteomic analysis and the quantitative TNF- /IL-10 ratios of the J774A.1 macrophages exposed to the surfaces under study showed a polarization shift from M0 (basal state) to M1, associated with the pro-inflammatory response of all surfaces. A lower M1 polarization was observed upon exposure to the surface modification with ErGO, whereas posterior HA functionalization attenuated, even more, the M1 polarization. The wear corrosion process contributed to inflammation and exacerbated the M1 polarization response on macrophages to CoCr, which was diminished for the ErGO and attenuated the most for the ErGOHA surfaces. Comparative proteomics showed that the pathways related to M1 polarization were downregulated on the surfaces of CoCrErGOHA, which suggests mechanisms for the observed attenuation of M1 polarization. The suitable immuno-modulatory potential induced by the ErGOHA surface, with and without wear, together with the stimulation of ALP activity in osteoblasts induced by macrophage supernatants, promotes the mineralization processes necessary for bone repair. This makes it feasible to consider the adsorption of ErGOHA on CoCr as a recommended surface treatment for the use of biomaterials in osseous joint applications., RTI2018-101506-B-C31 and RTI2018-101506-B-C33 from the Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (MICIU/FEDER) in Spain. MICIU for the predoctoral contract PRE2019-090122., Proteome Dataset: Effect of wear-corrosion of CoCr functionalized with reduced graphene oxide and hyaluronic acid on the proteomic response of J774A.1 Macrophages, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS FOR GENE THERAPY RESTORES THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL PROGRAM OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS IN FANCONI ANEMIA [DATASET]

  • Lasaga, Miren
  • Río, Paula
  • Vilas-Zornoza, Amaia
  • Planell, Nuria
  • Navarro, Susana
  • Alignani, Diego
  • Fernández-Varas, Beatriz
  • Mouzo, Daniel
  • Zubicaray, Josune
  • Pujol, Roser M.
  • Nicoletti, Eileen
  • Schwartz, Jonathan D.
  • Sevilla Navarro, Julian
  • Ainciburi, Marina
  • UllateAgote, Asier
  • Surrallés, Jordi
  • Perona Abellón, Rosario
  • Sastre, Leandro
  • Prosper, Felipe
  • Gómez-Cabrero, David
  • Bueren, Juan
Supplementary Methods. § Supplementary Figures S1, S2, S3, S4. § Supplementary Tables S1, S2, S3, S4., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2024

THE LITHOSPHERE AND UPPER MANTLE OF THE WESTERN-CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN REGION FROM INTEGRATED GEOPHYSICAL-GEOCHEMICAL MODELLING

  • Jimenez-Munt, Ivone
  • Zhang, Wentao
  • Torné, Montserrat
  • Vergés, Jaume
  • Bravo-Gutiérrez, Estefanía
  • Negredo, Ana M.
  • García-Castellanos, Daniel
This study integrates geophysical-geochemical data to investigate the thermochemical structure of the lithosphere and sublithospheric mantle, along the Southern Tyrrhenian Basin, Apennines, Adriatic Sea, Dinarides, and Carpathians-Balkanides. We present the lithospheric structure of the Adria microplate and the two opposing mantle slabs along its NE and SW margins. The modelling shows the presence of two asthenospheric mantle wedges aligning with the Apenninic and Dinaric continental mantle slab rollback, along with cold (-200ºC) sublithospheric anomalies beneath Adria’s NE and SW margins. In the northern Adria region, the lithosphere undergoes synchronous thinning in the Tyrrhenian domain and thickening toward the forefront of the northern Apennines. This is associated with the northeastward rollback of the SW Adriatic slab, leading to subsequent delamination of the continental mantle. In the southern Adria region, the complex deep structure results from the variably oriented lithospheric slabs, and nearly 90-degree shift of the tectonic grain between the southern Apennines and the Calabrian Arc. At the SW Adria margin, beneath the northern Apennines, the thermal sublithospheric anomaly is attached to the shallower lithosphere, while a slab gap is modelled in the southern Apennines. One possibility is that the gap is due to a recent horizontal slab tear. Along the NE margin of Adria, the thermal anomaly penetrates to depths of about 200 km in the northern Dinarides and 280 km in the southern Dinarides, shallower than the SW Adria anomaly, which extends to at least 400 km depth., GeoCAM (ref. PGC2018-095154-B-I00); GEOADRIA (PID2022-139943NB-I00); (AGAUR 2021 SGR 00410);, File List: - BestfitModel.zip: The files for best fitting model with two sublithospheric anomalies (a attached slab beneath Dinarides and a slab gap beneath Apennines). It can be loaded by LitMod2D_2.0. - BestfitModel_No_mantle_anomalies.zip: The files for best fitting model without mantle anomalies. It can be loaded by LitMod2D_2.0. - Model_With_Two_attached_slabs.zip: The files for best fitting model with two attached sublithospheric anomalies (both slabs attached, no slab gap beneath Apennines). It can be loaded by LitMod2D_2.0. - Readme.txt., Peer reviewed

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SIMPMEDLEXSP (SIMPLE MEDICAL LEXICON FOR SPANISH)

  • Campillos-Llanos, Leonardo
  • Capllonch Carrión, Adrián
  • Terroba Reinares, Ana Rosa
  • Valverde Mateos, Ana
  • Hernando-Tundidor, Marisol
  • Mostazo-Fernández, Yara
Links to other publicly accessible locations of the data: https://github.com/lcampillos/CLARA-MeD (Accessed: 12/2/2024)., A medical lexicon of 14013 pairs of technical word forms and the corresponding simpli-fied synonym or definition. It is aimed at automatic text simplification in Spanish. A subset of the lexicon (4642 term entries) was also normalized to Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) concept unique identifiers (CUIs). Note that the number of inflected forms was reduced after revision by experts, with regard to the version used in the published article (Campillos-Llanos et al. 2024). This dataset was collected in the CLARA-MeD project, with the goal of simplifying medical texts in the Spanish language and reduce the language barrier to patient's informed decision making. In particular, the project aims at developing linguistic resources for automatic medical term simplification in Spanish; and conducting experiments in automatic text simplification., This dataset was collected in the CLARA-MeD project (PID2020-116001RA-C33), with funding from the Spanish government by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033/, in project call: “Proyectos I+D+i Retos Investigación”., File List: - simpmedlexsp.dsv: a delimiter-separated value file, with the following data fields: • Field 1: Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) CUI of the entity • Field 2: Term entry • Field 3: Simplified synonym or definition • Field 4: UMLS semantic types(s) • Field 5: the semantic group. - simpmedlexsp_forms.dsv: inflected forms (conjugated verbs and gender/plural variants) and terms not normalized to UMLS CUIs: • Field 1: Term entry • Field 2: Simplified synonym or definition, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

ADDITIONAL FILE 1 OF INHIBITING NR5A2 TARGETS STEMNESS IN PANCREATIC CANCER BY DISRUPTING SOX2/MYC SIGNALING AND RESTORING CHEMOSENSITIVITY [DATASET]

  • Zheng, Quan
  • Tang, Jiajia
  • Aicher, Alexandra
  • Bou Kheir, Tony
  • Sabanovic, Berina
  • Ananthanarayanan, Preeta
  • Reina, Chiara
  • Chen, Minchun
  • Gu, Jian-Min
  • He, Bin
  • Alcalá, Sonia
  • Behrens, Diana
  • Lawlo, Rita T.
  • Scarpa, Aldo
  • Hidalgo, Manuel
  • Sainz, Bruno Jr.
  • Sancho, Patricia
  • Heeschen, Christopher
Supplementary Table 1. cDNA primer sequences. Supplementary Table 2. Genomic DNA primer sequences. Supplementary Table 3. Genetic targeting of NR5A2., European Research Council FP7 Ideas: European Research Council Fondazione del Piemonte per l’Oncologia – IRCCS Shanghai Municipal Education Commission National Natural Science Foundation of China Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan Shanghai Pujiang Program, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

NEOPRENE: NEYMAN-SCOTT PROCESS RAINFALL EMULATOR

  • Diez-Sierra, Javier
  • Navas, Salvador
  • Jesus, Manuel del
The description of the Neyman-Scott Process -or Space-time Neyman-Scott Rectangular Pulses Model- can be found in the doc folder., The NEOPRENE library implements a rectangular pulses model for rainfall emulation based on the Neyman-Scott process. The emulator may be used to generate multi-site synthetic rainfall time series that reproduce observed statistics at different temporal aggregations. It has been designed with rainfall dissaggregation and extreme rainfall analysis in mind., Peer reviewed

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