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Dataset. 2021

RESEARCH DATA SUPPORTING "ADDRESSING MOLECULAR OPTOMECHANICAL EFFECTS IN NANOCAVITY-ENHANCED RAMAN SCATTERING BEYOND THE SINGLE PLASMONIC MODE"

  • Zhang, Yuan
  • Esteban, Ruben
  • Boto, Roberto A.
  • Urbieta, Mattin
  • Arrieta, Xabier
  • Shan, ChongXin
  • Li, Shuzhou
  • Baumberg, Jeremy J.
  • Aizpurua, Javier
In this folder, we include the original datasets for the figures in the article "Addressing Molecular Optomechanical Effects in Nanocavity-Enhanced Raman Scattering beyond the Single Plasmonic Mode" by Yuan Zhang, Ruben Esteban, Roberto A. Boto, Mattin Urbieta, Xabier Arrieta, ChongXin Shan, Shuzhou Li, Jeremy J. Baumberg and Javier Aizpurua, published in the journal Nanoscale (DOI: 10.1039/d0nr06649d). We organize the datasets with sub-folders, which are labeled with the figure number in the main article and the electronic supplementary information (ESI). In each sub-folder, the datasets are presented in text files named as "Figure[X].dat" (X for 2,3,...,S1,S2,...). The matlab scripts with name "Figure[X].m" import the text files to produce the figures in the main text and the ESI. In the begining of the scripts, we provide the explanation of the meaning of the columns in the datasets. The matlab files were prepared for version R2018b. Notice that the "Figure[X].m" can be opened with a standard word processor so that it is possible to read the explanation without using the matlab program. The data in "Figure[X].dat" can then be plotted using a different program., National Science Foundation of China, Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, Basque Government, European Comission, UK EPSRC, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

CANNUSE, THE DATABASE OF TRADITIONAL USES

  • Balant, Manica
  • Gras, Airy
  • Gálvez, Francisco
  • Garnatje, Teresa
  • Vallès, Joan
  • Vitales, Daniel
The dataset is uploaded in an Excel format, containing 4 sheets: Table 1, Table 2, Publications and Abbreviations and Explanations (Abbrev.&expl.). The main sheet is Table 1, which contains 2332 rows and 38 columns. The second sheet is Table 2, containing only data entries where the plant part used was well specified; It contains 1727 rows and 38 columns. In the Third sheet (Publications) you can find publications list with all the references cited and link for their access. It contains 650 rows and 5 columns. The last sheet is Abbreviations and Explanations (Abbrev.&expl.), where the user can find explanations for all the abbreviations used in the database and other details. The dataset for the CANNUSE database has been constructed by Manica Balant, Airy Gras, Fran Gálvez, Teresa Garnatje, Joan Vallès, and Daniel Vitales The CANNUSE database is openly accessible in a public graphical user interface at hhttps://cannusedb.csic.es/. Besides the web interface, we also provide the data via the DIGITAL.CSIC repository (link added when we submit data), where CANNUSE database can be downloaded under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) International License. We ask users to cite the current version of the database used in accordance with emerging standards for data citation., Cannabis is one of the most versatile genera in terms of plant uses and is nowadays the centre of many scientific studies. While much research focus is aimed at developing new plant use applications, its traditional uses, scattered across many publication sources, are gaining less attention and are slowly disappearing. Our database provides an organised standardises open-access information source gathered from 649 publications from all over the world, related to medicinal, alimentary, fibre and other Cannabis uses around the world. The database will serve as a starting point for new research and development strategies based on the traditional knowledge of Cannabis use, in many different scientific fields. Our publication search was carried out in four major online databases - Scopus, Web of Science, PubMed and Google Scholar, using the following set of keywords and exact terms: Cannabis AND ("folk medicine" OR "traditional medicine" OR “ethnobotany” OR “traditional knowledge”). During the screening process, we eliminated references that were not 1) published in English language and 2) not published by the end of October 2020, and 3) that did not obtain the information included through ethnobotanical interviews. In order to avoid duplication, information obtained from review papers and books was only used when original research papers could not be found. In further steps, papers containing inconsistencies (e.g., incorrect citations, unclear uses, uses in review papers not matching with the original research papers) were also eliminated. Additional references cited in relevant ethnobotanical papers were added using the snowball method. The data included in this version were obtained only from references written in English, while publications in other languages were up to this point excluded. Ethnobotanical research is often published in lesser known, local journals, which are not written in English, so many additional uses remain to be included in future updates planned. The database has been constructed on 15/01/2021 and no updates has been made so far., The dataset was constructed inside the project WECANN: Origen, variabilidad morfológica, genética y química, y usos tradicionales de Cannabis: bases para nuevas aplicaciones WECANN (CGL2017-84297-R, AEI/FEDER, UE), funded by the Spanish government., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/227376
Dataset. 2021

RESEARCH DATA SUPPORTING "SURFACE PLASMONS ON PD(110): AN AB INITIO CALCULATION"

  • Muniain, Unai
  • Esteban, Ruben
  • Chernov, I. P.
  • Aizpurua, Javier
  • Silkin, Viatcheslav M.
We provide supporting dataset corresponding to the paper “Surface plasmon on Pd(110): an ab initio calculation”, by U. Muniain, R. Esteban, I. P. Chernov, J. Aizpurua and V. M. Silkin, published in Physical Review B (DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.103.045407). The dataset is organized in 12 binary files to extract the imaginary part of the noninteracting response function Xi0_{GG’}(q,w) (as determined by Eq. (3) in the article), for three particular q vectors in the Gamma-X direction: q = 0.0168 1/Å, q = 0.0840 1/Å and q = 0.4032 1/Å. For q = 0.0168 1/Å, the full set of data is divided into four files “Pd110_01_Ax”, where x = 1, 2, 3 and 4. We also include a FORTRAN program “Reading_Xi0_IM_01.f” that reads the response function from those four files for a range of energies, as determined in the FORTRAN program. This FORTRAN program can be used to handle the data, as stated in the program itself. For the other two q vectors, the data (four files) and the reading FORTRAN program are organized in the same way, where the number “01” in the files of the example above is replaced by “05” for q = 0.0840 1/Å and by “24” for q = 0.4032 1/Å., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2020

OLEUM PROJECT. FORMULATIONS OF RANCID AND WINEY-VINEGARY ARTIFICIAL OLFACTORY REFERENCE MATERIALS (AORMS) FOR VIRGIN OLIVE OIL SENSORY EVALUATION [DATASET]

  • Aparicio-Ruiz, R.
  • Barbieri, Sara
  • Gallina Toschi, Tullia
  • García-González, Diego L.
Content of the file OLEUM_Portable_ReferenceMaterials_VOO.xlsx/.ods: • Volatile markers: this sheet contains data of volatile markers of the virgin olive oils sensory defects winey-vinegary and rancid, sensory characteristics and corresponding odor threshold relating to an oil matrix. • Relative areas: this sheet contains data of relative areas of volatile compounds selected to emulate winey-vinegary and rancid defects in VOOs in a set of 60 samples and in RMs provided by the International Olive Council for each of the defects (RM IOC). • Formulations RM AV: this sheet contains data of the main formulations (volatile compounds and concentrations in mg/kg) emulating winey-vinegary aroma in virgin olive oil and evaluation by assessors in terms of suitability as possible RM. • Formulation RM R: this sheet contains the data of the main formulations (volatile compounds and concentrations in mg/kg) emulating rancid aroma in virgin olive oil and evaluation by assessors about their eligibility as possible RM., This data set contains the underlying data of the scientific publication: Aparicio-Ruiz R., Barbieri S., Gallina Toschi T., García-González D.L. (2020). Formulations of Rancid and Winey-Vinegary Artificial Olfactory Reference Materials (AORMs) for Virgin Olive Oil Sensory Evaluation. Foods, 9 (12), 1870, https://doi.org/10.3390/foods9121870. Panel test is the only sensory method included in international regulations of virgin olive oils and its application is compulsory. At present, there is no reference material (RM), in the strict sense of the term, to be used as a validated standard for sensory defects of virgin olive oil with which tasters can be trained. Usually, real samples of virgin olive oils assessed by many panels for the International Olive Council (IOC) ring tests are used as materials of reference in panel training and control. These data correspond to the work carried out to formulate RM that emulate rancid and winey-vinegary defects found in virgin olive oils with the aim of providing reproducible RMs that can be prepared on demand. Under the criteria of representativeness, verified with the advice of the IOC, aroma persistence, and simplicity in formulation, two RMs for winey-vinegary and rancid were obtained by diluting acetic acid and ethanol (winey-vinegary defect) and hexanal (rancid defect) together with other compounds that are used to modify aroma and avoid non-natural sensory notes., OLEUM (Advanced solutions for assuring the overall authenticity and quality of olive oil), funded by European Union, Horizon 2020 Programme. Grant Agreement num. 635690; http://www.oleumproject.eu/., Peer reviewed, Aparicio-Ruiz, R.; Barbieri, Sara; Gallina Toschi, Tullia; García-González, Diego L.

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Dataset. 2021

REMOTE SENSING AS A TOOL FOR MONITORING POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF VEGETATION CHANGES ON THREATENED PLANTS: A CASE STUDY FROM SOUTHERN EUROPEAN HETEROGENOUS LANDSCAPES [DATASET]

  • Matas Granados, Laura
  • Pizarro Gavilán, Manuel
  • Gómez García, Daniel
  • García González, María Begoña
There are 2 datastes corresponding to 2 different analysis: "UTM 1x1 km dataset" based on NDVI change at UTM scale (1 km2) and "MU Dataset" based on NDVI change at plant populations level., Landscape is in continuous transformation due to both anthropogenic and natural disturb-ances, which may have a large impact on the most vulnerable elements of biodiversity. Here we quantify vegetation changes over the past 35 years (1984–2018) and assess how these changes may impact threatened plants over a heterogeneous and highly diverse region in southern Europe. To achieve this goal, we first estimated the intensity and duration of gains and losses of vegetation changes based on NDVI and NBR indices from Landsat time series, using the LandTrendr algorithm on Google Earth Engine. Then, we tested if: 1) Natura 2000 (N2000) areas have experienced lower vegetation changes than non protected areas and thus are effective in protecting threatened plants, 2) vegetation changes around threatened plants differ across habitats and depending on the protection status of the area where they occur, and 3) the probability of occurrence of populations of threatened plant species increases on more stable places (i.e. lower vegetation changes). Results indicated an overall increase of vegetation, or greening trend, although N2000 areas experienced less gains and losses than non protected areas, which support their role in preserving habitats and slowing down human-induced land cover changes. Populations of threatened species tend to concentrate in places of lower changes irrespective of the spatial scale used for the analysis, the particular habitat they occur, and their inclusion within protected areas. Our approach demonstrates how monitoring vegetation changes by long-term remote sensing can help in the challenge of assessing both cryptic landscape transformation processes in protected areas, and potential external threats for priority plants in a comprehensive, fast and objective way. The conclusions drawn from this study are expected to serve as guidelines for a more effective conservation management in other environmentally heterogeneous regions., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION OF "NEOLITHIC NETWORKING AND MOBILITY DURING THE 5TH AND 4TH MILLENNIA BC IN NORTH-EASTERN IBERIA"

  • Díaz-Zorita Bonilla, Marta
  • Subirà, Mª Eulàlia
  • Fontanals-Coll, María
  • Knudson, Kelly
  • Alonzi, Elise
  • Bolhofner, Katelyn L.
  • Morell, Berta
  • Remolins, Gerard
  • Roig, Jordi
  • Martín, Araceli
  • González Marcén, Paloma
  • Plasencia, Xavier
  • Coll, Joan Manuel
  • Gibaja, Juan Francisco
In this paper we present data from multi-isotopic analyses (87Sr/86Sr, δ18O, δ13C) of human individuals buried in the Neolithic communities of the north-eastern Iberian Peninsula. The sites researched were Bòbila Madurell, Can Gambús and Puig d'en Roca, all dated to the late 5th and early 4th millennia cal BC. The main objective was to explore chronological movement and the extent to which these communities moved and interacted with their Neolithic counterparts. The results show that the mobility of these communities was limited, as only 8.3% of the individuals exhibited non-local values. In addition, the chronological analysis confirmed their same horizon and temporal distribution. This means that they used resources and raw materials found in the immediate vicinity. It also implies that they had a certain degree of social organization and were already engaged in the trading of raw materials, some of which came from Central Europe and the Mediterranean islands., Part of the analyses presented in this paper were carried out within the projects “Aproximación a las primeras comunidades neolíticas del NE peninsular a través de sus prácticas funerarias” (HAR2011-23149), “Aproximación a las primeras comunidades neolíticas del Mediterráneo nordoccidental: construyendo respuesta desde los análisis paleoantropológicos y genéticos” (HAR2015-67323-C2-1-P y HAR2015-67323-C2-2-P) and “La difusión del neolítico en el Mediterráneo centrooccidental: agricultura, innovaciones tecnológicas y carbono 14" (HAR2016-75201-P) funded by the Spanish Government., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

VCF FILE CONTAINING SNP CALLINGS FOR 46 DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER GENOMES

  • Rech, Gabriel E.
SNPs were called using the GATK (v4.0) (McKenna et al. 2010) HaplotypeCaller best practices for variant discovery (Van der Auwera et al. 2013) over alignments generated by mapping to the iso-1 strain (Dmel_Release_6) either, the Illumina short-reads (for genomes sequenced by ONT) or Illumina-like reads generated using randomreads.sh from BBTools (Bushnell) from the corrected PacBio reads. After running the GATK HaplotypeCaller for each genome, we merged them using the CombineGVCFs command and we performed the joint genotyping using GenotypeGVCFs. We kept only biallelic SNPs using the GATK command SelectVariants (parameters -select-type SNP --restrict-alleles-to BIALLELIC). Finally, we removed SNPs with missing data in at least one genome, resulting in a total of 2,797,589 SNPs. Since selscan methods assume phased haplotypes, we used SHAPEIT4 (Delaneau et al. 2019) for determining haplotypes in the SNP data. We adapted the vcf format to the expected by SHAPEIT4 (Delaneau et al. 2019) and we created a genetic map file based on the recombination rates calculated by (Comeron et al. 2012) and the genetic positions available in FlyBase (https://wiki.flybase.org/wiki/FlyBase:Maps, last updated June 15, 2016). We then indexed vcf files using bcftools index (v1.9) (Li 2011) and run SHAPEIT4 for each chromosomal arm separately. Raw data (long and short read sequencing) have been deposited in NCBI under the BioProject accession PRJNA559813., VCF file generated for searching selection signatures on TEs in 46 D. melanogaster genomes (the 32 sequenced in this work + the 14 genomes sequenced by Chakraborty et al. 2019. SNPs were called using the GATK (v4.0) (McKenna et al. 2010) HaplotypeCaller best practices for variant discovery (Van der Auwera et al. 2013) and the haplotype phasing was performed using SHAPEIT4 (Delaneau et al. 2019)., This file was created in the framework of the ERC grant number H2020-ERC-2014-CoG-647900, funded by the European Commission (https://erc.europa.eu/)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

EPIGENETIC HETEROGENEITY AMONG MODULES OF INDIVIDUAL LAVANDULA LATIFOLIA PLANTS

  • Herrera, Carlos M.
  • Bazaga, Pilar
  • Pérez, Ricardo
  • Alonso, Conchita
The dataset consists of two comma-delimited plain text files for global methylation and MS-AFLP data, respectively. In each file, each row refers to an individual module. For MS-AFLP columns refers to a specific (although anonymous) marker, identified by primer combination and size (base pairs). Three L. latifolia shrubs were sampled at a large population growing near Arroyo Aguaderillos in the Sierra de Cazorla (Jaén province, southeastern Spain; geographical coordinates 37.96157 N, 2.88389 W). Fresh leaf samples were collected from as many individual modules as possible in each plant. DNA cytosine methylation was determined for each sample by reversed phase HPLC with spectrofluorimetric detection. Global cytosine methylation was estimated as 100 x 5mdC/(5mdC + dC), where 5mdC and dC are the integrated areas under the peaks for 5-methyl-2'-deoxycytidine and 2'-deoxycytidine, respectively. The MS-AFLP analyses were performed using standard protocols involving the use of fluorescent dye-labeled selective primers. Each sample was fingerprinted using eight primer combinations, each with two (HpaII) or three (MseI) selective nucleotides. Fragment separation and detection was made using an ABI PRISM 3130xl DNA sequencer, only fragments ≥ 150 base pairs in size were considered and the presence (1) or absence (0) of fragments in each sample was scored manually by visualizing electropherograms with GeneMapper 3.7 software, This dataset includes: (i) global DNA cytosine methylation estimates (= percentage of all genomic cytosines that are methylated), obtained by reverse phase HPLC with spectrofluorimetric detection; and (ii) the scoring (presence/absence) of individual methylation-sensitive AFLP markers (MS-AFLP), for different modules of three adult, wild-grown, field-sampled plants of the shrub Lavandula latifolia., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

EXPERIMENTAL DATA FILES OF MANUSCRIPT PROTEIN BIOMARKERS OF BOVINE DEFECTIVE MEATS AT A GLANCE: GEL-FREE HYBRID QUADRUPOLE-ORBITRAP ANALYSIS FOR RAPID SCREENING

  • Sentandreu, Enrique
  • Fuente García, Claudia
  • Pardo, Olga
  • Oliván, Mamen
  • León, Núria
  • Aldai, Noelia
  • Yusà, Vicent
  • Sentandreu, Miguel Angel
The dataset is made available under the Open Database License. Any rights in individual contents of the database are licensed under the Database Contents License. Please, read the full ODbL 1.0 license text for the exact terms that apply. Users of the dataset are free to: Share: copy, distribute and use the database, either commercially or non-commercially. Create: produce derivative works from the database. Adapt: modify, transform and build upon the database. Under the following conditions: Attribution: You must attribute any public use of the database, or works produced from the database. For any use or redistribution of the database, or works produced from it, you must make clear to others the license of the original database. Share-Alike: If you publicly use any adapted version of this database, or works produced from an adapted database, you must also offer that adapted database under the ODbL., Department of Economic Development and Infrastructures of the Basque Government is acknowledged for the doctoral fellowship of C.F.G. Funding from Project RTA2014-00034-C04 (Spanish Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria, INIA), funding and contract of E. Sentandreu from project RTI2018-096162-R-C22 (Spanish Agencia Estatal de Investigación) and FEDER founds are also fully acknowledged., List of experimental data: A-Original raw LC-MS datafiles in mzXML format: -Merged MS1-MS/MS analyses: QexNORMALhesiOFFMS1MS2 QexHIGHhesiOFFhesiOFFMS1MS2 -Isolated MS1 analysis: QexNORMALhesiOFFMS1 QexHIGHhesiOFFMS1 B-Mascot Generic Format (.mgf) files from ddMS2 data to be interrogated by MASCOT search engine. -QexHIGHhesiOFF.mgf -QexNORMALhesiOFF.mgf, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL AJP-HCP IFN ARE PRO-INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES IN SHEARED SIDE-SPECIFIC HUMAN VEC

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL AJP-HCP PARRA-IZQUIERDO ET AL

  • Parra Izquierdo, Iván
  • Sánchez-Bayuela, Tania
  • López Díaz, Javier
  • Gómez, Cristina
  • San Román, José Alberto
  • Sánchez Crespo, Mariano
  • Yacoub, Magdi
  • Chester, Adrian H.
  • García-Rodríguez, Carmen
Supplemental material that contains; - method for the characterization of valvular endothelial cells by immunostaining. - Supplemental Figure S1. Characterization of aortic valve endothelial cells. - Supplemental Figure S2. Cell counting corresponding to Fig 7 of the manuscript. - Supplemental Table S1. Clinical features of patients used in the study of mixed VEC population. - Supplemental Table S2. Clinical characteristics of patients used in the study of aortic- and ventricular-sided endothelial cells., This work was supported by grants from Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, co-funded by the European Social Fund FEDER (SAF2013-44521-R, SAF2017-83079-R); Junta de Castilla y León (BIO/VA47/14, BIO/VA36/15, CSI035P17 and, GRS1432/A/16, GRS2205/A/2020, and Programa Estratégico IBGM-Escalera de Excelencia Ref. CLU-2019-02); Fundación Domingo Martínez; and the Instituto de Salud Carlos III (Spanish Ministry of Health PI14/00022, CIBERCV CB16/11/00260). IP and TSB, PhD fellows from Valladolid University-Banco de Santander. AC was funded by the Magdi Yacoub Institute., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
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