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Dataset. 2023

SUPPORTING INFORMATION - MULTIENZYME COIMMOBILIZATION ON TRIHETEROFUNCTIONAL SUPPORTS

  • Santiago Arcos, Francisco Javier
  • Velasco-Lozano, Susana
  • López-Gallego, Fernando
Supporting schemes including the preparation of AG-Co2+/A/G, AG-Co2+/A/E, and AG-Co2+/H; supporting figures including the distribution of agarose-activated microbeads with different functionalities, immobilization and thermal inactivation kinetics, enzyme desorption assays, confocal fluorescence microscopy images of AG-Co2+/A/G, spectra of intrinsic protein fluorescence, residual activity of HBs under operation conditions and consumed 1,5-pentanediol after 24 h by the soluble or coimmobilized enzymes; supporting tables including the activation degree of agarose microbeads, heterofunctional activation of agarose microbeads, abbreviation of the differently prepared supports, single-enzyme immobilization parameters on AG-Co2+/E microbeads, and thermal stability of soluble enzymes and individual residual activity of coimmobilized enzymes after five batch cycles., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL FOR ELECTRICALLY DRIVEN SINGLET-TRIPLET TRANSITION IN GRAPHENE TRIANGULENE SPIN-1 CHAINS

  • Martínez-Carracedo, Gabriel
  • Oroszlány, László
  • García-Fuente, Amador
  • Szunyogh, László
  • Ferrer, Jaime
There is only one pdf called supp_material.pdf. It contains three sections: 1.- Derivation of a formula making infinitesimal rotations. 2.- A figure that shows the singlet-triplet energy splitting. 3.- A figure that shows how the exchange constant behaves as a function of the applied electric field and the total electric dipole on the junction., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS - EXPLORING THE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECT OF INULIN BY INTEGRATING TRANSCRIPTOMIC AND PROTEOMIC ANALYSES IN A MURINE MACROPHAGE CELL MODEL

  • Farabegoli, Federica
  • Santaclara, Francisco J.
  • Costas, Daniel
  • Alonso, Mercedes
  • Abril, Ana G.
  • Espiñeira, Montserrat
  • Ortea, Ignacio
  • Costas, Celina
Supplementary Table S1. Amplification system for the genes of interest and for the genes used for normalization in the qPCR validation. Supplementary Table S2. Normalized counts of all mapped genes from the RNA-Seq assay. Supplementary Table S3. Differentially expressed genes according to the differential expression analysis with DESeq2. Supplementary Table S4. diaPASEF-based protein quantification data for all the samples. A total of 6839 proteins were quantified by diaPASEF LC-MS/MS after processing of the runs as described in the Section 2 and Section 2.5.4. Supplementary Table S5. Differential abundance test for comparison of the LPS + I1 vs. LPS groups. Proteins with CV ≤ 20.0% and quantified in at least 50% of the samples of each group were considered. Fold changes, resulting p-values, and Benjamini–Hochberg corrected p-values for each of the 6065 considered proteins are shown. Supplementary Figure S1. Effect of inulin on the lysosome pathway (KEGG: 04142) from RAW 264.7 LPS-induced inflammation model cells. Pathway diagrams overlayed with the measured protein fold change showing coherent cascades. Differentially expressed genes are represented with positive values in red. Supplementary Figure S2. Effect of inulin on the NF-κB signaling pathway showing integrated transcriptomics data. Genes overexpressed (in red) or underexpressed (green) according to the transcriptomic analysis are highlighted. Supplementary Figure S3. Effect of Inulin on the IL-17 signaling pathway (KEGG: 04657) from RAW 264.7 LPS-induced inflammation model cells. Pathway diagram, overlayed with the measured protein perturbation showing coherent cascades. Differentially expressed genes are represented with negative fold-change values in blue and positive values in red., Peer reviewed

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SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR MODELLING AND OPERATION STRATEGY APPROACHES FOR ON-SITE HYDROGEN REFUELLING STATIONS

  • Cardona, Pol
  • Costa Castelló, Ramon
  • Roda, Vicente
  • Carroquino, Javier
  • Valiño García, Luis
  • Ocampo-Martínez, Carlos
  • Serra, Maria
S1. Operational strategy flow chart: The operational strategy simplified flow chart of the main filling and refuelling events logic is shown in Figure S.1. Operational strategy simplified flow chart concerning the cascaded filling and refuelling processes of the HRS. Compressor C1 and the battery operational strategy is not shown. S2. One-day long simulation supplementary results: This section complementary results for the same simulation configuration of 8 daily HDFVs and 60 kg/day of demand and case c) of Figure 3 of the manuscript. Figure S.2: Compressors flow and power consumption. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for the first day of January, 2016. Figure S.3: (A) left: direct beam irradiance. (A) right: photovoltaic power generation. (B) left: direct beam irradiance. (C) right: electrolyzer H2 flow rate production. (D) left: power balance of the HRS. (D) right: power balance of the HRS without the battery participation. (D) left: State-of-Charge of the battery. (D) right: power charging/discharging rate applied to the battery. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for the first day of January, 2016. S3. One-year long simulation results: Figure S.4: H2 tanks pressure dynamic results of case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016). Figure S.5: (A) left: direct beam irradiance. (A) right: photovoltaic power generation. (B) left: direct beam irradiance. (C) right: electrolyzer H2 flow rate production. (D) left: power balance of the HRS. (D) right: power balance of the HRS without the battery participation. (D) left: State-of-Charge of the battery. (D) right: power charging/discharging rate applied to the battery. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016). Figure S.6: (A) left: cumulative H2 production emissions in Spain [51]. (A) right: equivalent emissions of the photovoltaic generation in Spain [51]. (B) left: cumulative greenhouse gas emission intensity of H2 production in Spain [51]. (B) right: emission savings according to [51]. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016). Figure S.7: (A): cumulative HRS operation emissions due to power consumption/injection to the utility grid in Spain [51]. (B) left: cumulative greenhouse gas emission intensity of HRS operation in Spain [51]. (B) right: emission savings according to [51] considering all power loads and the photovoltaic and battery inputs of the model. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016).-- The ambient temperature is considered constant at 298 K..-- Under a Creative Commons license BY-NC-ND 4.0., S1 Operational strategy flow chart. S2 One-day long simulation supplementary results. S3 One-year long simulation results.-- S2: Results for the first day of January, 2016, in Zaragoza (Spain).-- S3: Results for one year of simulation (2016).-- MATLAB/SimulinkⓇ has been employed as the simulation platform., This research has been developed within the CSIC Interdisciplinary Thematic Platform (PTI+) Transición Energética Sostenible+ (PTI-TRANSENER+)[TRE2103000] as part of the CSIC program for the Spanish Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan funded by the Recovery and Resilience Facility of the European Union, established by the Regulation (EU) 2020/2094; project MASHED [TED2021-129927B–I00] funded by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033 and by the European Union NextGenerationEU/PRTR; and the project MAFALDA [PID2021-126001OB-C31] funded by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033 and by ERDF A way of making Europe., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

CONTROL OF POST-HARVEST GRAY MOLD (BOTRYTIS CINEREA) ON GRAPE (VITIS VINIFERA) AND TOMATO (SOLANUM LYCOPERSICUM) USING VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS PRODUCED BY XENORHABDUS NEMATOPHILA AND PHOTORHABDUS LAUMONDII SUBSP. LAUMONDII [DATASET]

  • Vicente-Díez, Ignacio
  • Moreira Tomé, Xoaquín
  • Pastor, Victoria
  • Vilanova de la Torre, María del Mar
  • Pou, Alicia
  • Campos-Herrera, Raquel
Experiment performed in the lab, following details described in the publication https://doi.org/10.1007/s10526-023-10212-7, Grant PID2019-104112RB I00 from Ministry of Science and Innovation (MCIN/AEI/10.13039/50110001103). Grant RYC-2016-19939 funded by Ministry of Science and Innovation (MCIN/ AEI/ 10.13039/501100011033) and “ESF Investing in your future”. The predoctoral contract FPI-UR 2021 (University of La Rioja) support IVD, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPORTING INFORMATION AVAILABLE FOR STRUCTURE AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF POLYMERIC CARBON NITRIDES FROM ATOMISTIC SIMULATIONS

  • Im, Changbin
  • Kirchhoff, Björn
  • Krivtsov, I. V.
  • Mitoraj, Dariusz
  • Beranek, Radim
  • Jacob, Timo
Illustrations of the model system, the calculated chemical potential of ammonia, phase diagram of ammonia chemical potential, the optical property of the structures, the calculated phase diagram, the free energy of formation, the free energy of reaction., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

AN IMPROVED REFERENCE OF THE PN40024 GRAPEVINE GENOME ASSEMBLY (PN40024.V4) AND ANNOTATIONS

  • Velt, Amandine
  • Frommer, Bianca
  • Blanc, Sophie
  • Holtgräwe, Daniela
  • Duchêne, Éric
  • Dumas, Vincent
  • Grimplet, Jérôme
  • Hugueney, Philippe
  • Kim, Catherine
  • Lahaye, Marie
  • Matus, José Tomás
  • Navarro-Payá, David
  • Orduña, Luis
  • Tello-Ruiz, Marcela K.
  • Vitulo, Nicola
  • Ware, Doreen
  • Rustenholz, Camille
Here, we provide an improved version of the PN40024 genome assembly, called PN40024.v4, which combines the top-quality Sanger contigs from the 12X version with Pacific Biosciences long reads (Sequel SMRT). Along with this new assembly, we also provide a new version of the gene annotation, called PN40024.v4.1 based on a newly developed annotation workflow, RNA-Seq datasets and manual curation of a set of genes of functional interest to the community. English (2022-10-28), Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY DATA FOR AN IMPROVED REFERENCE OF THE GRAPEVINE GENOME REASSERTS THE ORIGIN OF THE PN40024 HIGHLY HOMOZYGOUS GENOTYPE

  • Velt, Amandine
  • Frommer, Bianca
  • Blanc, Sophie
  • Holtgräwe, Daniela
  • Duchêne, Éric
  • Dumas, Vincent
  • Grimplet, Jérôme
  • Hugueney, Philippe
  • Kim, Catherine
  • Lahaye, Marie
  • Matus, José Tomás
  • Navarro-Payá, David
  • Orduña, Luis
  • Tello-Ruiz, Marcela K.
  • Vitulo, Nicola
  • Ware, Doreen
  • Rustenholz, Camille
Supplemental files are provided with the manuscript. Supplementary File 1 contains additional figures and Supplementary File 2 additional tables. Raw sequencing data and the PN40024.v4 genome assembly are available at ENA under BioProject PRJEB45423. Also, the PN40024.v4 genome assembly with structural and functional gene annotation is available on the INTEGRAPE website (https://integrape.eu/resources/genes-genomes/genome-accessions), on the Grape Genomics Encyclopedia portal (http://grapedia.org/) and under the DOI number doi:10.57745/F9N2FZ (https://entrepot.recherche.data.gouv.fr/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.57745/F9N2FZ). A Sequence Server v2.0.0 interface (http://138.102.159.70:4567/) was set up to perform BLAST analyses. A JBrowse interface (http://138.102.159.70/jbrowse/) was set up to visualize PN40024.v4 assembly and PN40024.v4.1 and v4.2 annotations, but also some previous annotation versions that were transferred, some RNA-Seq alignments and miscellaneous tracks. An Apollo interface (http://138.102.159.70:8080/apollo; training and account mandatory) was set up to manually curate gene annotations according to the dedicated guidelines (https://integrape.eu/resources/data-management/). Code used to analyze GBS data can be found at https://forgemia.inra.fr/sophie.blanc/gbs and code used to generate the PN40024.v4.2 version can be found at https://gitlab.com/MSVteam/pn40024-visualization-tools/-/tree/master/update_gff3_script. Supplemental material available at G3 online., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS - ASCORBATE-GLUTATHIONE CYCLE GENES FAMILIES IN EUPHORBIACEAE: CHARACTERIZATION AND EVOLUTIONARY ANALYSIS

  • Jardim-Messeder, Douglas
  • Souza-Vieira, Ygor de
  • Corrêa Lavaquial, Lucas
  • Cassol, Daniela
  • Galhego, Vanessa
  • Afonso Bastos, Gabriel
  • Felix-Cordeiro, Thais
  • Lopes Corrêa, Régis
  • Zámocký, Marcel
  • Margis-Pinheiro, Márcia
  • Sachetto-Martins, Gilberto
Figure S1: Structure and protein sequence analysis of APX family in Ricinus communis (Rc), Manihot esculenta (Me), Jatropha curcas (Jc), Hevea brasiliensis (Hb), Arabidopsis thaliana (At) and Oryza sativa (Os); Figure S2: Sequence logos for the conserved motifs of APX family from Ricinus communis, Arabidopsis thaliana and Oryza sativa; Figure S3: Structure and protein sequence analysis of MDAR family in Ricinus communis (Rc), Manihot esculenta (Me), Jatropha curcas (Jc), Hevea brasiliensis (Hb), Arabidopsis thaliana (At) and Oryza sativa (Os); Figure S4: Sequence logos for the conserved motifs of MDAR from Ricinus communis, Arabidopsis thaliana and Oryza sativa; Figure S5: Structure and protein sequence analysis of DHAR family in Ricinus communis (Rc), Manihot esculenta (Me), Jatropha curcas (Jc), Hevea brasiliensis (Hb), Arabidopsis thaliana (At) and Oryza sativa (Os); Figure S6: Sequence logos for the conserved motifs of DHAR from Ricinus communis, Arabidopsis thaliana and Oryza sativa; Figure S7: Structure and protein sequence analysis of GR family in Ricinus communis (Rc), Manihot esculenta (Me), Jatropha curcas (Jc), Hevea brasiliensis (Hb), Arabidopsis thaliana (At) and Oryza sativa (Os); Figure S8: Sequence logos for the conserved motifs of GR from Ricinus communis, Arabidopsis thaliana and Oryza sativa; Figure S9: Cis-regulatory elements in the APX, MDAR, DHAR, and GR promoter regions from Ricinus communis, Manihot esculenta, Jatropha curcas, and Hevea brasiliensis; Figure S10: miRNA targeting RcAPX, RcMDAR, RcDHAR, and RcGR genes; Table S1: APX, MDAR, DHAR and GR sequences from rice and arabidopsis used as bait to BLASTp analysis; Table S2: Sequences of primers used in RT-qPCR experiments; Table S3: Physicochemical parameters and subcellular predictions from APX in Ricinus communis, Manihot esculenta, Jatropha curcas, Hevea brasiliensis; Table S4: Physicochemical parameters and subcellular predictions from MDAR in Ricinus communis, Manihot esculenta, Jatropha curcas, Hevea brasiliensis; Table S5: Physicochemical parameters and subcellular predictions from DHAR in Ricinus communis, Manihot esculenta, Jatropha curcas, Hevea brasiliensis; Table S6: Physicochemical parameters and subcellular predictions from GR in Ricinus communis, Manihot esculenta, Jatropha curcas, Hevea brasiliensis; Table S7: Conserved miRNAs targeting AsA-GSH genes in castor bean., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: CELLULAR RESISTANCE TO AN ONCOLYTIC VIRUS IS DRIVEN BY CHRONIC ACTIVATION OF INNATE IMMUNITY

  • Larrieux, Alejandra
  • Sanjuán, Rafael
Document S1. Figures S1–S5. Table S1. RNA-seq quality and mapping data for B16 and CT26 cells, see STAR Methods - cDNA library preparation and illumina RNA sequencing. Table S2. Normalized read counts (FPKM) for each gene in each RNA-seq assay, see STAR Methods - Gene expression quantitation and differential expression analysis. Table S3. List of 50 top upregulated genes in B16 resistant clones relative to treatment-naïve cells, related to Figure 4A. Table S4. List of 50 top downregulated genes in B16 resistant clones relative to treatment-naïve cells, related to Figure 4A. Table S5. List of the top 500 upregulated genes in B16 resistant clones (relative to naïve B16 cells) and their corresponding log2 fold change in CT26 C1 and C4 clones (relative to naïve CT26 cells), related to Figure 7E. NA: not applicable., Peer reviewed

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