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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS FOR SECONDARY LOSS OF MIR-3607 REDUCED CORTICAL PROGENITOR AMPLIFICATION DURING RODENT EVOLUTION

  • Chinnappa, Kaviya
  • Cárdenas, Adrián
  • Prieto-Colomina, Anna
  • Villalba Requena, Ana
  • Marquez-Galera, Angel
  • Soler, Rafael
  • Nomura, Yuki
  • Llorens-Álvarez, Esther
  • Tomasello, Ugo
  • López-Atalaya, José P.
  • Borrell, Víctor
This PDF file includes: Figs. S1 to S8. Legends for tables S1 to S3. Legends for movies S1 to S3 Other Supplementary Material includes (zip): Tables S1 to S3. Movies S1 and S2, Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312154
Dataset. 2021

REPLICATION PACKAGE FOR "ETHNIC VIOLENCE ACROSS SPACE"

  • Mueller, Hannes
  • Rohner, Dominic
  • Schönholzer, David
This is the replication package for the article "Ethnic Violence Across Space", forthcoming at the Economic Journal. Credit for the code provided in the zipped folder goes to David Schönholzer., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312151
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION FOR SPECIFIC CONTRIBUTION OF REELIN EXPRESSED BY CAJAL-RETZIUS CELLS OR GABAERGIC INTERNEURONS TO CORTICAL LAMINATION

  • Vílchez-Acosta, Alba
  • Manso, Yasmina
  • Cárdenas, Adrián
  • Elias-Tersa, Alba
  • Martínez-Losa, Magdalena
  • Pascual, Marta
  • Álvarez-Dolado, Manuel
  • Nairn, Angus C.
  • Borrell, Víctor
  • Soriano, Eduardo
All study data are included in the article and/or supporting information., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312243
Dataset. 2022

TABLE_1_INHERITANCE OF ESTERS AND OTHER VOLATILE COMPOUNDS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRUITY AROMA IN STRAWBERRY.XLSX

  • Rey-Serra, Pol
  • Mnejja, Mourad
  • Monfort, Amparo
Table 1. ‘FC50xFD54’ VOCs content. Relative average and standard deviation content of 58 VOCs detected in ‘FC50’, ‘FCD54’, and their F1 progeny in 6 harvests. VOCs name, KVCs mark, its abbreviation and compound family. Average, standard deviation and range of population and correlation between harvests in each VOC., Cultivated strawberry, Fragaria  ×  ananassa, has a complex aroma due to the presence of more than 350 volatile organic compounds (VOCs). However, a mixture of only 19 compounds, called Key Volatile Compounds (KVC), can impart the main strawberry aroma. The octoploid nature of the cultivated strawberry species (2n = 8x = 56) adds complexity to the heritance of the accumulation of the volatiles responsible for aroma. An F1 population cross between two breeding parental lines, FC50 and FD54, was phenotyped for aroma by SPME GCMS during six harvests. A total of 58 compounds were identified: 33 esters, nine terpenes, seven aldehydes, four lactones, two furans, one acid, one alkane and one alcohol, of which 16 were KVCs. A total of 179 QTLs were found, and 85 of these were detected in at least three harvests, of which 50 QTLs were considered major (LOD > 4.0) and detected in five or six analyzed harvests. Several clusters of ester QTLs associated with fruity aroma were discovered, such as QTLs for esters that share hexanoate group that were mapped in LG4A (Hexanoate_4A), those that share acetate and octyl groups in LG6A (Acetate_6A and Octyl_6A) or those with the same methyl group in LG7B (Methyl_7B). Different terpene QTLs associated with floral aroma appear grouped in a cluster in LG3C (Terpene_3C). Some of these clusters of QTLs were validated in a second F2 population, a cross of “Camarosa” and “Dover,” that was also phenotyped for three years. Selected SNPs from floral and fruity aroma QTLs were tested in a third population, which will most likely be useful for marker-assisted breeding (MAB)., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312270
Dataset. 2021

BIOMNOTRPYCD [DATASET]

  • López-Atalaya, José P.
Gene expression of human chemokines and their receptors analyzed by using RT² Profiler™ PCR Array Human Chemokines & Receptors (GeneGlobe ID - PAHS-022Z, Qiagen) on a CFX Connect Real-Time PCR System (Biorad, Hercules, CA) according to manufacturer instructions., Provided is raw data expressed as Ct values corresponding to gene expression of human chemokines and their receptors analyzed by using RT² Profiler™ PCR Array Human Chemokines & Receptors (GeneGlobe ID - PAHS-022Z, Qiagen) on a CFX Connect Real-Time PCR System (Biorad, Hercules, CA). Samples: Healthy, mildly and severely inflamed tissue biopsies were collected from all patients and preserved in RNAlater. Tissue samples were obtained from 20 patients of Cronh's disease, grouped by their treatment in 4 groups (untreated, adalimumab, ustekinumab and vedolizumab). Each treatment group has 5 patients associated, with 3 samples from each patient corresponding to the tissue's relative degree of inflammation (Healthy tissue, mildly inflamed tissue, severely inflamed tissue). Clinical and analytical characteristics of patients were recorded at inclusion in the study. Disease clinical activity was determined by Crohn’s disease activity index (CDAI)>150 and presence of clinical symptoms of relapse. Disease endoscopic activity was determined by Simple Endoscopic Score for Crohn Disease (SES-CD). All patients were Caucasian of Mediterranean ethnicity and were classified according to the Montreal classification. All included patients received diaries to record symptoms 1 week before inclusion and sample collection, and signed an informed consent to participate in the study. The study was approved by the Ethics Committee of Hospital General Universitario and performed in accordance with the ethical standards laid down in the 1964 Declaration of Helsinki and its later amendments. All patients gave their informed consent prior to their inclusion in the study., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312272
Dataset. 2022

TABLE_2_INHERITANCE OF ESTERS AND OTHER VOLATILE COMPOUNDS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRUITY AROMA IN STRAWBERRY.XLSX

  • Rey-Serra, Pol
  • Mnejja, Mourad
  • Monfort, Amparo
Table 2. vocQTLs detected in ‘FC50xFD54’ and ‘21AF’ population. List of stable (more than 2 harvests) and major (LOD>4) vocQTLs ordered by compounds. Maximum values of LOD score, % of explanation, Kruskal-Wallis test, QTL size determined by 1-LOD confidence interval, QTL position in F x ananassa genome and number of genes in each region., Cultivated strawberry, Fragaria  ×  ananassa, has a complex aroma due to the presence of more than 350 volatile organic compounds (VOCs). However, a mixture of only 19 compounds, called Key Volatile Compounds (KVC), can impart the main strawberry aroma. The octoploid nature of the cultivated strawberry species (2n = 8x = 56) adds complexity to the heritance of the accumulation of the volatiles responsible for aroma. An F1 population cross between two breeding parental lines, FC50 and FD54, was phenotyped for aroma by SPME GCMS during six harvests. A total of 58 compounds were identified: 33 esters, nine terpenes, seven aldehydes, four lactones, two furans, one acid, one alkane and one alcohol, of which 16 were KVCs. A total of 179 QTLs were found, and 85 of these were detected in at least three harvests, of which 50 QTLs were considered major (LOD > 4.0) and detected in five or six analyzed harvests. Several clusters of ester QTLs associated with fruity aroma were discovered, such as QTLs for esters that share hexanoate group that were mapped in LG4A (Hexanoate_4A), those that share acetate and octyl groups in LG6A (Acetate_6A and Octyl_6A) or those with the same methyl group in LG7B (Methyl_7B). Different terpene QTLs associated with floral aroma appear grouped in a cluster in LG3C (Terpene_3C). Some of these clusters of QTLs were validated in a second F2 population, a cross of “Camarosa” and “Dover,” that was also phenotyped for three years. Selected SNPs from floral and fruity aroma QTLs were tested in a third population, which will most likely be useful for marker-assisted breeding (MAB)., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312274
Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR FONT VIVANCO, D., FREIRE-GONZÁLEZ, J., GALVIN, R., SANTARIUS, T., WALNUM, H. J., MAKOV, T., SALA, S. (2022). REBOUND EFFECT AND SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE: A REVIEW. JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY

  • Font Vivanco, David
  • Freire-González, Jaume
  • Galvin, Ray
  • Santarius, Tilman
  • Walnum, Hans Jakob
  • Makov, Tamar
  • Sala, Serenella
This supporting information provides the reviewed rebound literature and associated metadata and sustainability assessment scores, document count by journal, and description of journal subject areas, Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312276
Dataset. 2022

TABLE_3_INHERITANCE OF ESTERS AND OTHER VOLATILE COMPOUNDS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRUITY AROMA IN STRAWBERRY.XLSX

  • Rey-Serra, Pol
  • Mnejja, Mourad
  • Monfort, Amparo
Supplementary table 1: VOCs retention time, Qualified ion and van der Dool and Kratz index, including the abundance of each detected Ion., Cultivated strawberry, Fragaria  ×  ananassa, has a complex aroma due to the presence of more than 350 volatile organic compounds (VOCs). However, a mixture of only 19 compounds, called Key Volatile Compounds (KVC), can impart the main strawberry aroma. The octoploid nature of the cultivated strawberry species (2n = 8x = 56) adds complexity to the heritance of the accumulation of the volatiles responsible for aroma. An F1 population cross between two breeding parental lines, FC50 and FD54, was phenotyped for aroma by SPME GCMS during six harvests. A total of 58 compounds were identified: 33 esters, nine terpenes, seven aldehydes, four lactones, two furans, one acid, one alkane and one alcohol, of which 16 were KVCs. A total of 179 QTLs were found, and 85 of these were detected in at least three harvests, of which 50 QTLs were considered major (LOD > 4.0) and detected in five or six analyzed harvests. Several clusters of ester QTLs associated with fruity aroma were discovered, such as QTLs for esters that share hexanoate group that were mapped in LG4A (Hexanoate_4A), those that share acetate and octyl groups in LG6A (Acetate_6A and Octyl_6A) or those with the same methyl group in LG7B (Methyl_7B). Different terpene QTLs associated with floral aroma appear grouped in a cluster in LG3C (Terpene_3C). Some of these clusters of QTLs were validated in a second F2 population, a cross of “Camarosa” and “Dover,” that was also phenotyped for three years. Selected SNPs from floral and fruity aroma QTLs were tested in a third population, which will most likely be useful for marker-assisted breeding (MAB)., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312280
Dataset. 2022

TABLE_4_INHERITANCE OF ESTERS AND OTHER VOLATILE COMPOUNDS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRUITY AROMA IN STRAWBERRY.XLSX

  • Rey-Serra, Pol
  • Mnejja, Mourad
  • Monfort, Amparo
Supplementary table 2. VOCs relative content in parental and grandparental lines and 'FC50xFD54' population for six harvests., Cultivated strawberry, Fragaria  ×  ananassa, has a complex aroma due to the presence of more than 350 volatile organic compounds (VOCs). However, a mixture of only 19 compounds, called Key Volatile Compounds (KVC), can impart the main strawberry aroma. The octoploid nature of the cultivated strawberry species (2n = 8x = 56) adds complexity to the heritance of the accumulation of the volatiles responsible for aroma. An F1 population cross between two breeding parental lines, FC50 and FD54, was phenotyped for aroma by SPME GCMS during six harvests. A total of 58 compounds were identified: 33 esters, nine terpenes, seven aldehydes, four lactones, two furans, one acid, one alkane and one alcohol, of which 16 were KVCs. A total of 179 QTLs were found, and 85 of these were detected in at least three harvests, of which 50 QTLs were considered major (LOD > 4.0) and detected in five or six analyzed harvests. Several clusters of ester QTLs associated with fruity aroma were discovered, such as QTLs for esters that share hexanoate group that were mapped in LG4A (Hexanoate_4A), those that share acetate and octyl groups in LG6A (Acetate_6A and Octyl_6A) or those with the same methyl group in LG7B (Methyl_7B). Different terpene QTLs associated with floral aroma appear grouped in a cluster in LG3C (Terpene_3C). Some of these clusters of QTLs were validated in a second F2 population, a cross of “Camarosa” and “Dover,” that was also phenotyped for three years. Selected SNPs from floral and fruity aroma QTLs were tested in a third population, which will most likely be useful for marker-assisted breeding (MAB)., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/312281
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL FOR ASSOCIATION OF STATIN PRE-TREATMENT WITH BASELINE STROKE SEVERITY AND OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE AND RECEIVED REPERFUSION TREATMENT: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY

  • Escudero-Martínez, Irene
  • Matusevicius, Marius
  • Pavia-Nunes, Ana
  • Sevcik, Petr
  • Nevsimalova, Miroslava
  • Rand, Viiu-Marika
  • Kõrv, Janika
  • Cappellari, Manuel
  • Mikulik, Robert
  • Toni, Danilo
  • Ahmed, Niaz
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-wso-10.1177_17474930221095965 for Association of statin pre-treatment with baseline stroke severity and outcome in patients with acute ischemic stroke and received reperfusion treatment: An observational study by Irene Escudero-Martínez, Marius Matusevicius, Ana Pavia-Nunes, Petr Sevcik, Miroslava Nevsimalova, Viiu-Marika Rand, Janika Kõrv, Manuel Cappellari, Robert Mikulik, Danilo Toni and Niaz Ahmed in International Journal of Stroke., Boehringer Ingelheim., Peer reviewed

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