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Dataset. 2023

MME-T-MEDNET: MASS MORTALITY EVENTS IN MEDITERRANEAN MARINE COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS

  • Garrabou, Joaquim
  • Gómez Gras, Daniel
  • Ledoux, Jean-Baptiste
  • Linares, Cristina
  • Bensoussan, Nathaniel
  • López Sendino, Paula
  • Bazairi, Hocein
  • Espinosa, Free
  • Ramdani, Mohamed
  • Grimes, Samir
  • Benabdi, Mouloud
  • Ben Souissi, Jamila
  • Soufi-Kechaou, Emna
  • Khamassi, Faten
  • Ghanem, Raouia
  • Ocaña, Oscar
  • Ramos Esplà, Alfonso
  • Izquierdo, Andrés
  • Antón, Irene
  • Rubio Portillo, Esther
  • Barberá, Carmen
  • Cebrian Pujol, Emma
  • Marbà, Nuria
  • Hendriks, Iris E.
  • Duarte, Carlos M.
  • Deudero, Salud
  • Díaz, David
  • Vázquez Luis, Maite
  • Álvarez, Elvira
  • Hereu Fina, Bernat
  • Kersting, Diego K.
  • Gori, Andrea
  • Viladrich Canudas, Núria
  • Sartoretto, Stephane
  • Pairaud, Ivane
  • Ruitton, Sandrine
  • Pergent, Gérard
  • Pergent-Martini, Christine
  • Rouanet, Elodie
  • Teixidó, Núria
  • Gattuso, Jean-Pierre
  • Fraschetti, Simonetta
  • Rivetti, Irene
  • Azzurro, Ernesto
  • Cerrano, Carlo
  • Ponti, Massimo
  • Turicchia, Eva
  • Bavestrello, Giorgio
  • Cattaneo-Vietti, Riccardo
  • Bo, Marzia
  • Bertolino, Marco
  • Montefalcone, Monica
  • Chimienti, Giovanni
  • Grech, Daniele
  • Rilov, Gil
  • Tuney Kizilkaya, Inci
  • Kizilkaya, Zafer
  • Eda Topçu, Nur
  • Gerovasileiou, Vasilis
  • Sini, Maria
  • Bakran-Petricioli, Tatjana
  • Kipson, Silvija
  • Harmelin, Jean G.

The Mass Mortality Events (MME-T-MEDNet) dataset compiles information reported on mass mortality events of species in the Mediterranean Sea affecting different organism dwelling in coastal ecosystems.

The data compiled in the MME-T-MEDNet dataset was gathered from published scientific papers, grey literature and technical reports using different searching strategies in ISI Web of Knowledge and Google Scholar using different sets of keywords (including those used in Rivetti et al. 2014 and Marba et al. 2015) as well as through contacts with researchers across the Mediterranean. The dataset comprises mass mortality events impacts observed at discrete events generally related to warming episodes across the Mediterranean. The dataset provides information about the year, season, geographic coordinates, protection status of the geographic location, species phylum, species name, the degree of mortality impact, depth range of the mortality and reported biotic and abiotic mortality drivers of the event.


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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data66
Dataset. 2022

PLASMODIUM VIVAX VIR PROTEINS ARE TARGETS OF NATURALLY-ACQUIRED ANTIBODY AND T CELL IMMUNE RESPONSES TO MALARIA IN PREGNANT WOMEN (RAW DATA)

  • Adriana Malheiros
  • Alexandra J. Umbers
  • Alfredo Gabriel Mayor Aparicio
  • Azucena Bardají
  • Camila Botto Menezes
  • Carlo Severini
  • Carlota Dobaño
  • Carmen Fernández-Becerra
  • Chetan E. Chitnis
  • Clara Menéndez
  • Dhanpat K. Kochar
  • Dhiraj Hans
  • Edmilson Rui
  • Flor E. Martínez Espinosa
  • Francesca Mateo González
  • Hernando A. del Portillo Obando
  • Ivo Mueller
  • Maria Eugenia Castellanos
  • Maria Ome-Kaius
  • Meghna Desai
  • Michela Menegon
  • Myriam Arévalo Herrera
  • Norma Padilla
  • Pilar Requena
  • Regina A. Wangnapi
  • Sanjay K. Kochar
  • Sergi Sanz
  • Stephen John Rogerson
  • Swati Kochar
P. vivax infection during pregnancy has been associated with poor outcomes such as anemia, low birth weight and congenital malaria, thus representing an important global health problem. However, no vaccine is currently available for its prevention. Vir genes were the first putative virulent factors associated with P. vivax infections, yet very few studies have examined their potential role as targets of immunity. We investigated the immunogenic properties of five VIR proteins and two long synthetic peptides containing conserved VIR sequences (PvLP1 and PvLP2) in the context of the PregVax cohort study including women from five malaria endemic countries: Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala, India and Papua New Guinea (PNG) at different timepoints during and after pregnancy. Antibody responses against all antigens were detected in all populations, with PNG women presenting the highest levels overall. P. vivax infection at sample collection time was positively associated with antibody levels against PvLP1 (fold-increase: 1.60 at recruitment -first antenatal visit-) and PvLP2 (fold-increase: 1.63 at delivery), and P. falciparum co-infection was found to increase those responses (for PvLP1 at recruitment, fold-increase: 2.25). Levels of IgG against two VIR proteins at delivery were associated with higher birth weight (27 g increase per duplicating antibody levels, p<0.5). Peripheral blood mononuclear cells from PNG uninfected pregnant women had significantly higher antigen-specific IFN-g TH1 responses (p=0.006) and secreted less pro-inflammatory cytokines TNF and IL-6 after PvLP2 stimulation than P. vivax-infected women (p<0.5). These data demonstrate that VIR antigens induce the natural acquisition of antibody and T cell memory responses that might be important in immunity to P. vivax during pregnancy in very diverse geographical settings.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data670
Dataset. 2023

COLLECTION OF DATA ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF RED ALGAL COASTAL HABITAT AND ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES IN THE NORTHWEST OF THE MEDITERRANEAN

  • Cefalì, Maria Elena
  • Ballesteros i Sagarra, Enric
  • Riera, Joan Lluís
  • Chappuis, Eglantine
  • Terradas, Marc
  • Mariani, Simone
  • Cebrian Pujol, Emma
Data collected related to spatial distribution of six coastal habitats of red algae on the Catalan coast, significantly influenced by environmental variables. The red algae mentioned in the database are: Rissoella verruculosa, Lithophyllum byssoides /Lithophyllum byssoides rims ("Trottoir"), Neogoniolithon brassica-florida, Hildenbrandia rubra /Phymatolithon lenormandi and Cystoseira mediterranea. Data on littoral habitat distribution and environmental variables were collected along the whole coast of Catalonia (North-Western Mediterranean between 3º 10' 28.072" E, 42º 26' 17.619" N and 0º 30' 57.001" E, 40º 31' 26.302" N)

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data671
Dataset. 2023

REPLICATION DATA FOR: A SERIAL FOUNDER EFFECT MODEL OF PHONEMIC DIVERSITY BASED ON PHONEMIC LOSS IN LOW-DENSITY POPULATIONS

  • Pérez Losada, Joaquim
  • Fort, Joaquim
It has been observed that the number of phonemes in languages in use today tends to decrease with increasing distance from Africa. A previous formal model has recently reproduced the observed cline, but under two strong assumptions. Here we tackle the question of whether an alternative explanation for the worldwide phonemic cline is possible, by using alternative assumptions. The answer is affirmative. We show this by formalizing a proposal, following Atkinson, that this pattern may be due to a repeated bottleneck effect and phonemic loss. In our simulations, low-density populations lose phonemes during the Out-of-Africa dispersal of modern humans. Our results reproduce the observed global cline for the number of phonemes. In addition, we also detect a cline of phonemic diversity and reproduce it using our simulation model. We suggest how future work could determine whether the previous model or the new one (or even a combination of them) is valid. Simulations also show that the clines can still be present even 300 kyr after the Out-of-Africa dispersal, which is contrary to some previous claims which were not supported by numerical simulations​

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doi:10.34810/data672
Dataset. 2023

REPLICATION DATA FOR: HEURISTIC AND METAHEURISTIC PROCEDURES FOR THE BUFFER SIZING PROBLEM IN PARALLEL ASSEMBLY LINES BALANCING PROBLEM WITH MULTI-LINE WORKSTATIONS AND DIFFERENT CYCLE TIMES

  • Aguilar Gamarra, Harry Nick
  • Pastor Moreno, Rafael
  • García Villoria, Alberto
Instances used in the computational experiment of the paper: Heuristic and metaheuristic procedures for the buffer sizing problem in Parallel Assembly Lines Balancing Problem with multi-line workstations and different cycle times. This research paper focuses on the buffer sizing problem in the parallel assembly lines balancing problem with multiline workstations (PALBP) and lines with different cycle times. This paper presents different non-exact procedures to solve the buffer sizing problem in the PALBP with lines with different cycle times in a viable computation time. A computational experiment was carried out to evaluate the performance of the proposed procedures. Due to the novelty of the problem to be solved, to carry out the computational experiment, 120 instances have been generated from 8 precedence graphs. The files attached here contain all the instances used in the computational experiment. Each instance contains the necessary data to be executed.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data673
Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS OF RESEARCH ARTICLE &QUOT;HIGH THROUGHPUT 13C-METABOLIC FLUX ANALYSIS OF 3-HYDROXYPROPIONIC ACID PRODUCING PICHIA PASTORIS REVEALS LIMITED AVAILABILITY OF ACETYL-COA AND ATP DUE TO TIGHT CONTROL OF THE GLYCOLYTIC FLUX&QUOT;

  • Fina Romero, Albert
  • Millard, Pierre
  • Albiol, Joan
  • Ferrer, Pau
  • Heux, Stephanie
Supplementary files of research article "High throughput 13C-metabolic flux analysis of 3-hydroxypropionic acid producing Pichia pastoris reveals limited availability of acetyl-CoA and ATP due to tight control of the glycolytic flux ". This research paper describes the fluxome of 3-hydroxypropionic acid producing Pichia pastoris recombinant strains. Glycerol was used as a sole carbon source. A High Throughput platform was used to simultaneously characterize the fluxome of 10 recombinant strains at pH 5 and 6 recombinant strains at pH 3.5. All the experiments were carried in triplicates. To determine the intracellular fluxes, stationary 13C-Metabolic Flux Analysis was used using the data of the isotopologue distribution of the proteinogenic amino acids. The files attached herein contain: the description of how to obtain the models used for this study, the raw data obtained from the mini-bioreactor cultivations, the files to process the raw data, and the results (bioprocess parameters and fluxes from 13C-Metabolic flux analysis and Flux Balance Analysis).

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data674
Dataset. 2023

DATA RELATED TO THE PAPER &QUOT;ANALYZING GROUP COMMUNICATION DYNAMICS AND CONTENT IN A COMMON-POOL RESOURCE EXPERIMENT&QUOT;

  • Hoffmann, Patrick
  • Villamayor-Tomas, Sergio
  • Claudia Lopez, Maria
The dataset contains two files: a word file including the transcripts of the communication rounds during the experiment and an excel file with the results of the game and socioeconomic data.

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Dataset. 2023

DATA FROM THE ISOTOPIC NICHE PARTITIONING AMONG MARINE MAMMALS FROM RÍO DE LA PLATA ESTUARY

  • Cani, Alessandra
  • Cardona Pascual, Luis
  • Valdivia, Meica
  • González, Enrique M.
  • Drago, Massimiliano
Dataset of bone stable isotope values (δ34S, δ18O, δ13C and δ15N) for seven marine mammal species from Río de La Plata, Uruguay, and adjoining Atlantic waters (Arctocephalus australis, Otaria flavescens, Pontoporia blainvillei, Lagenodelphis hosei, Pseudorca crassidens, Phocoena spinipinnis, Tursiops truncatus). The δ18O, δ13C and δ15N values were compiled from Drago et al. (2020and2021). δ13Ccor: isotope values corrected for Suess effect shifts.

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Dataset. 2023

GENERAL PLANIMETRY OF THE ROMAN CIRCUS IN TARRAGONA

  • Macias Solé, Josep Maria
  • Puche Fontanilles, Josep Maria
  • Solà-Morales Serra, Pau
  • Toldrà Domingo, Josep Maria
  • Fernández Pino, Iván
  • Ferré Bolta, Anna
  • Andreu Aguadé, Josuè
General planimetry of the Roman Circus in Tarraco. CAD file in DXF format of the known remains of the Roman Circus within the cadastral planimetry of the city of Tarragona. Theoretical reconstruction of the missing parts and study of the Roman modulation. Includes plans, sections, and elevations.
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Planimetria general del Circ Romà de Tarragona. Arxiu CAD en format DXF de les restes conegudes del Circ Romà dins de la planimetria cadastral de la ciutat de Tarragona. Reconstrucció teòrica de les parts desaparegudes i estudi de la modulació romana. Inclou plans, seccions i alçats.

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Dataset. 2023

HEAD OF ROMAN CIRCUS IN TARRAGONA

  • Macias Solé, Josep Maria
  • Puche Fontanilles, Josep Maria
  • Solà-Morales Serra, Pau
  • Toldrà Domingo, Josep Maria
  • Fernández Pino, Iván
  • Ferré Bolta, Anna
  • Andreu Aguadé, Josuè
This planimetry document provides detailed information about the head of the Roman Circus in Tarragona, including plans, sections, and elevations. The vector format (DXF) allows for easy editing and manipulation of the known Roman remains located within the current city of Tarragona. The document is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the structure and its components for research and analysis purposes.
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Aquesta planimetria proporciona informació detallada sobre la capçalera del Circ Romà de Tarragona, incloent-hi plans, seccions i alçats. El format vectorial (DXF) permet una fàcil edició i manipulació de les restes romanes conegudes situats dins de l'actual ciutat de Tarragona. El document està dissenyat per a proporcionar una de l'estructura i els seus components amb finalitats de recerca i anàlisi.

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