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Dataset. 2009

INSCRIPCIÓN EXHORTATIVA

  • Cañas Reillo, José Manuel
Inscripción sobre piedra en el frontispicio de la fachada sur de la Iglesia Parroquial de Nuestra Señora de las Nieves, en Olmeda del Rey., CSIC. Proyecto intramural: “Epigrafía latina inédita de los siglos XV al XVIII en monumentos civiles y eclesiásticos de la provincia de Cuenca (2006-2007). Referencia: 2006 | 0| 011., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2009

UCLÉS. MONASTERIO DE LA ORDEN DE SANTIAGO. INSCRIPCIÓN CONMEMORATIVA DE LA PRIMERA PIEDRA. 1529

  • Cañas Reillo, José Manuel
La inscripción conmemora la puesta de la primera piedra del monasterio el 7 de mayo de 1529, cuando era prior Pedro García de Almaguer (1528-1534). Ocupa una lápida situada en uno de los contrafuertes del ábside de la iglesia (fachada oriental del convento), en forma de cartela con dos ángeles a los lados. El conjunto se encuentra situado debajo de una hornacina en la que se representa la efigie del rey David. Gran parte del texto, en castellano, es ilegible ya que la piedra está muy dañada, pero se puede restituir gracias al testimonio de autores anteriores que pudieron leerla cuando aún estaba en buen estado, especialmente Pelayo Quintero. Es una de las inscripciones más conocidas del monasterio y una de las que más veces se ha publicado, dada su gran importancia para la historia del edificio y para los historiadores del arte., CSIC. Proyecto intramural: “Epigrafía latina inédita de los siglos XV al XVIII en monumentos civiles y eclesiásticos de la provincia de Cuenca (2006-2007). Referencia: 2006 | 0| 011., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: HARD SUPERCONDUCTING GAP IN GERMANIUM

  • Tosato, Alberto
  • Levajac, Vukan
  • Wang, Ji Yin
  • Boor, Casper J.
  • Borsoi, Francesco
  • Botifoll, Marc
  • Borja, Carla
  • Martí-Sànchez, Sara
  • Arbiol, Jordi
  • Sammak, Amir
  • Veldhorst, Menno
  • Scappucci, Giordano
9 pages. -- Contents: Supplementary Note 1: Two-dimensional hole gas properties. -- Supplementary Note 2: PtSiGe properties. -- Supplementary Note 3: SNS-QPC measurements. -- Supplementary Note 4: NS-QPC measurements. -- Supplementary Note 5: SQUID measurements. -- Supplementary Note 6: 1D array. -- Supplementary Note 7: Key metrics, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

DATA & ANALYSIS UNDERLYING THE PUBLICATION: HARD SUPERCONDUCTING GAP IN A HIGH-MOBILITY SEMICONDUCTOR

  • Tosato, Alberto
  • Levajac, Vukan
  • Wang, Ji Yin
  • Boor, Casper J.
  • Borsoi, Francesco
  • Botifoll, Marc
  • Borja, Carla
  • Martí-Sànchez, Sara
  • Arbiol, Jordi
  • Sammak, Amir
  • Veldhorst, Menno
  • Scappucci, Giordano
The raw data are organized in folders based on the kind of device presented in the paper. The Juppyter notebooks contain the code for analyzing and plotting the data, there is one notebook for each figure of the papaer and supplementary. The scripts used to import the datasets of different kinds are contained in util_scripts, along with some other useful functions for plotting and formatting., Fig2 - SNS.ipynb, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/337067
Dataset. 2023

PLANT BELOW-GROUND FUNGI INTERACTIONS DATABASE FOR 42 MEDITERRANEAN WOODY PLANT SPECIES ACROSS EUROPE AND NORTH AFRICA

  • Dejana, Laura
  • Bastida, Jesús M.
  • Prieto Rubio, Jorge
  • Lendínez Contreras, Sandra
  • Perea, Antonio J.
  • Ramírez Serrano, Beatriz
  • Alcántara, Julio M.
  • Verdú, Miguel
  • Montesinos-Navarro, Alicia
  • Garrido Sánchez, José Luis
[Description of methods used for collection/generation of data] In order to characterize the assemblage of plant below-ground associated fungi in 42 Mediterranean woody species, we collate our own data, from molecular identification of AM (see Garrido et al. 2023 for a complete description of the methods) and EcM fungi (see Prieto et al. 2022 for a complete description of the methods), with bibliographic information containing molecular data for root-associated fungi, for the studied plant species, from MaarjAM database for AM (Opik et al. 2010) and from bibliographic review for EcM fungi. The bibliographic review for EcM molecular data was performed with the following terms: "Genus_species" AND "Ectomyco*" OR "EcM" AND "OTU" OR "VT"., Our aim was to register and characterize, through collating our own data with those from bibliographic reviews of published databases including root-associated fungi molecular data, the mycobiome of Mediterranean woody plant species across Europe and North Africa. Here, we reported a total of 439 fungus taxa associated with the roots of 42 woody species, involving 3086 plant belowground-fungus interactions., This work was funded (1) by Proyecto FEDER SUMHAL-Sustainability for Mediterranean Hospost in Andalusia integrating LifeWatch ERIC [Work Package 5. Task 5.1.2. Development of the data standard. Repository development.] (LifeWatch ERIC – FEDER, POPE 2014-2020; Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Spain); (2) Proyecto COEXMED I: Coexistence of woody plants in Mediterranena forests: intransitive interactions and negative density dependence in recruitment dynamics (CGL2012-36776, FEDER y Ministerio de Economia y Competitividad, Spain); (3) Proyecto COEXMED II: Especificidad de las interacciones adulto-juvenil durante el reclutamiento de plantas leñosas: complementariedad de caracteres funcionales e interacciones plant-antagonista (CGL2015-69118-C2-1-P, FEDER y Ministerio de Economia y Competitividad, Spain); (4) Proyecto REPNETS-Redes de reemplazamiento en bosques: variación ecogeográfica e influencia de las comunidades de hongos de la filosfera y de las interacciones planta-suelo (PGC2018-100966-B-I00, FEDER - Agencia Estatal de Investigación, Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Spain); (5) CSIC is acknowledged for supporting Open Access publication., Plant_below-ground_fungi_interactions_database_for_42_Mediterranean_woody_species_across_Europe_and_North_Africa.csv [shows root-associated fungus interactions, determined by molecular techniques, for 42 Mediterranean woody species] Plant_taxonomic_info.csv [shows the list of woody plant species with their taxonomic adscription Class/Order/Family/Genus] Metadata.csv [records information about the meaning of columns in 'Plant_below-ground_fungi_interactions_database_for_42_Mediterranean_woody_species_across_Europe_and_North_Africa.csv' and 'Plant_taxonomic_info.csv ' files], Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

NOISE-INDUCED HEARING LOSS IN G6PD TRANSGENIC MOUSE

  • Bermúdez-Muñoz, Jose Mª
  • Martín Bernardo, Belén
  • Murillo-Cuesta, Silvia
  • Varela-Nieto, Isabel
[Description of methods used for collection/generation of data] ABR DATA: obtained by ABR recording in a Tucker David Technology RZ6 Auditory Workstation using BioSigRZ software qPCR DATA: obtained by Real-Time PCR and analyzed by QuantStudio™ Real-Time PCR software 1.3., Oxidative stress is a major triggering factor for noise-induced hearing loss. Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) catalyzes the rate-limiting step in the pentose-phosphate pathway, and is a key molecule in the cellular antioxidant response. G6PD overexpression in the transgenic mouse delays the onset of age-related hearing loss. However, its antioxidant potential against noise has not been explored yet. In this work, it has been shown that G6PD overexpression transiently protects against hearing damage caused by noise exposure, through activation of the antioxidant response mediated by NRF2-NQO1 and SOD, THEARPY: bases genéticas y moleculares de la sordera neurosensorial y del daño auditivo: exploración de nuevas dianas y estrategias terapéuticas”. Convocatoria 2020 Proyectos de I+D+i - RTI Tipo B (PID2020-115274RB-I00). FEDER/MICIN 266.200€, 2021-2024. IPs: Isabel Varela Nieto (IVN) & Silvia Murillo Cuesta, CSIC, ) ABR DATA RAW DATA (.arf files obtained along the experiment with the Tucker Davis Tecnologies (TDT) Auditory potential workstation). RESULTS (txt, excel and SPSS files with the data obtained after ABR register analysis). 2) qPCR DATA RAW DATA (excel and jpg files obtained from the qPCR equipment) RESULTS (Analysis SYBR Cloud, Analysis TQ Cloud, Dissociation curves), Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPORTING INFORMATION: HIERARCHICAL CARBON NANOFIBERS/CARBON NANOTUBES/NICO NANOCOMPOSITES AS NOVEL HIGHLY EFFECTIVE COUNTER ELECTRODE FOR DYE-SENSITIZED SOLAR CELLS: A STRUCTURE-ELECTROCATALYTIC ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIP STUDY

  • Zambrzycki, Marcel
  • Piech, Robert
  • Raga, Sonia R.
  • Lira-Cantú, Mónica
  • Fraczek-Szczypta, Aneta
3 pages. -- Fig S1. A) TG-DSC curves of pure PAN and PAN-Ni/Co(Acac)2 nanofibers heated in atmosphere of air. B) TG-DSC curves of ox-PAN and ox-PAN-Ni/Co(Acac)2 nanofibers heated in nitrogen. -- Fig S2. A) BFTEM image of eCNF/CNT/NiCoNP nanocomposite. B) and C) HRTEM images of NiCo nanoparticles embedded in the carbon shells. -- Fig S3. a) HAADF-STEM image and EDS elemental distribution on the surface of eCNF/CNT/NiCoNP nanocomposite (sample HN-700-10), b) The HRTEM image of NiCo nanoparticle and corresponding interplanar distance diagram. -- Fig S4. Scan-rate dependent cyclic voltammograms of selected electrocatalytic materials in iodide electrolyte. A) Pt disc electrode; B) Neat eCNF; C) HN700-10; D) HN850-7; E) HN850-10; F) HN850-30. -- Fig S5. Randles–Ševčík plots of triiodide ions reduction at nanocomposites synthetized at various A) temperatures, and B) durations of CCVD. -- Fig S6. Charge transfer resistance at counter electrode-electrolyte interface of DSSC as function of applied voltage., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

IMAGING OF ANTIFERROELECTRIC DARK MODES IN AN INVERTED PLASMONIC LATTICE [DATASET]

  • Rodríguez-Álvarez, Javier
  • Labarta, Amilcar
  • Idrobo, Juan Carlos
  • Dell'Anna, Rossana
  • Cian, Alessandro
  • Giubertoni, Damiano
  • Borrisé, Xavier
  • Guerrero, Albert
  • Perez Murano, Francesc X.
  • Fraile Rodríguez, Arantxa
  • Terradas-Batlle, Xavier
6 pages. -- S1. Transversal electric field distribution for the SLR at 1.57 eV. -- S2. Simulated electric field and charge distributions for a threesome of slits. -- S3. Simulated electric field and charge distributions for the simplest local dark mode of the inverted honeycomb lattice. -- S4. Profiles of the EELS signal and the simulated electric field along the slits for the antiferroelectric dark modes. -- S5. Array of the magnetic dipoles over the structure used to simulate antiferroelectric dark modes., Plasmonic lattice nanostructures are of technological interest because of their capacity to manipulate light below the diffraction limit. Here, we present a detailed study of dark and bright modes in the visible and near-infrared energy regime of an inverted plasmonic honeycomb lattice by a combination of Au+ focused ion beam lithography with nanometric resolution, optical and electron spectroscopy, and finite-difference time-domain simulations. The lattice consists of slits carved in a gold thin film, exhibiting hotspots and a set of bright and dark modes. We proposed that some of the dark modes detected by electron energy-loss spectroscopy are caused by antiferroelectric arrangements of the slit polarizations with two times the size of the hexagonal unit cell. The plasmonic resonances take place within the 0.5–2 eV energy range, indicating that they could be suitable for a synergistic coupling with excitons in two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides materials or for designing nanoscale sensing platforms based on near-field enhancement over a metallic surface., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

ELECTRONIC SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION (ESI) IN-SITU CONSTRUCTION OF GRAPHDIYNE BASED HETEROJUNCTIONS BY A DEPROTECTION- FREE APPROACH FOR PHOTOCATALYTIC HYDROGEN GENERATION

  • Wang, Cong
  • Han, Xu
  • Xu, Qian
  • Sun, Yi Ning
  • Arbiol, Jordi
  • Ghazzal, Mohamed Nawfal
  • Li, Jian
14 pages. -- Table of Contents: Experiment Procedures. -- Characterization. -- Photocatalytic H2 Evolution Test. -- Electrochemical characterizations. -- Supplementary Figures., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPORTING INFORMATION METAL-FREE CYSTEAMINE FUNCTIONALIZED GRAPHENE ALLEVIATES MUTUAL INTERFERENCES IN HEAVY METALS ELECTROCHEMICAL DETECTION

  • Yang, Qiuyue
  • Nguyen, Emily P.
  • Panáček, David
  • Šedajová, Veronika
  • Hrubý, Vítězslav
  • Rosati, Giulio
  • Castro Silva, Cecilia de Carvalho
  • Bakandritsos, Aristides
  • Otyepka, Michal
  • Merkoçi, Arben
26 pages. -- Figure S1. Photo of the fluidic sensing system used in our study. -- Figure S2: Raman spectrum of GSH nanosheet. --Figure S3. Optimization of different supporting electrolytes and concentrations. -- Figure S4. Optimization of different volumes of GSH supernatant drop-casted on SPCEs and deposition potential. -- Table S1 The detailed data in optimization of different deposition potentials. Fgure S5. Optimization of flow time and flow rate. -- Figure S6. The individual HM ions detection. -- Figure S7. Cyclic voltammetry and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy of Bare and GSH-SPCE. -- Table S2. The detailed fitting results in electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. -- Figure S8. The comparison between individual measurements and simultaneous measurements on bare SPCE in our previous study. -- Figure S9. The absence of peak B in individual detection of 80 ppb Pb. -- Table S3. The summary of the obtained sensitivity (calibration slope), Y-intercept and R2 in all comparative experiments in this study. -- Table S4. The LODs of GSH-SPCE and bare SPCE towards Cd, Pb and Cu in the simultaneous detection. -- Figure S10. The data of sensing signals in repeatability study. -- Table S5. Summary of reusable times and repeatability in other studies using Bi-based electrodes and non-covalently functionalized graphene derivatives/composites. -- Table S6. The data of sensitivities in reproducibility study and Student´s T-test. -- Figure S11. The estimated concentration of GSH, GA and GO is characterized by UV-Vis. -- Table S7. Typical hard and soft acids and bases example. -- Figure S12. The detailed data in the interference study. -- Figure S13. The sensing performance of GSH-SPCE in spiked tap water. -- 23 Table S8 The investigation of the accuracy of GSH-SPCE in spiked tap water. -- Table S9. Comparison with other studies in the literature., Heavy metal pollutants are of great concern to environmental monitoring due to their potent toxicity. Electrochemical detection, one of the main techniques, is hindered by the mutual interferences of various heavy metal ions in practical use. In particular, the sensitivity of carbon electrodes to Cd2+ ions (one of the most toxic heavy metals) is often overshadowed by some heavy metals (e.g. Pb2+ and Cu2+). To mitigate interference, metallic particles/films (e.g. Hg, Au, Bi, and Sn) typically need to be embedded in the carbon electrodes. However, these additional metallic materials may face issues of secondary pollution and unsustainability. In this study, a metal-free and sustainable nanomaterial, namely cysteamine covalently functionalized graphene (GSH), was found to lead to a 6-fold boost in the Cd2+ sensitivity of the screen-printed carbon electrode (SPCE), while the sensitivities to Pb2+ and Cu2+ were not influenced in simultaneous detection. The selective enhancement could be attributed to the grafted thiols on GSH sheets with good affinity to Cd2+ ions based on Pearson's hard and soft acid and base principle. More intriguingly, the GSH-modified SPCE (GSH-SPCE) featured high reusability with extended cycling times (23 times), surpassing the state-of-art SPCEs modified by non-covalently functionalized graphene derivatives. Last, the GSH-SPCE was validated in tap water., Peer reviewed

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