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Dataset. 2022

THE RHO GUANOSINE NUCLEOTIDE EXCHANGE FACTORS VAV2 AND VAV3 MODULATE EPIDERMAL STEM CELL FUNCTION [DATASET]

  • Lorenzo-Martín, L. Francisco
  • Menacho-Márquez, Mauricio
  • Fernández-Parejo, Natalia
  • Rodríguez-Fdez, Sonia
  • Pascual, Gloria
  • Abad, Antonio
  • Crespo, Piero
  • Dosil, Mercedes
  • Benitah, Salvador A.
  • Bustelo, Xosé R.
Table S1. Differentially expressed genes in Vav2(Onc) and Vav2(–/–);Vav3(–/–) skin stem cells. Table S2A. Differentially expressed genes in WT TSCs vs SSCs. Table S3. Differentially expressed genes in Vav2(Onc) and WT tumor stem cells. FIGURE S1. Vav function regulates SSC numbers. FIGURE S2. The Vav-dependent skin phenotype is mostly keratinocyte-autonomous. FIGURE S3. Vav proteins regulate transcriptional programs involved in stem cell homeostasis. FIGURE S4. Vav2Onc SSC transcriptome cross-comparison. FIGURE S5. Impact of Vav2Onc catalysis-dependent signaling in tumor stem cells., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/330916
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL TARGETED ANALYSIS OF TEARS REVEALED SPECIFIC ALTERED METAL HOMEOSTASIS IN AGERELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION

  • Valencia Agudo, Eva
  • García, Montserrat
  • Fernández-Vega, Beatriz
  • Pereiro, Rosario
  • Lobo, Lara
  • González-Iglesias, Héctor
The supplementary material contains supplementary data on molecular assays using ELISA kits, the supplementary Table S1 of Analytical parameters of individual ELISA analysis, the Supplementary Table S2 describing common oral treatments in both control subjects and AMD patients, and the Supplementary Table S3 of Concentrations of proteins and elements determined in the tear film of AMD patients and control subjects without considering patients with dyslipidemia., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/330935
Dataset. 2022

DATASHEET_1_TRANSCRIPTOMIC MAPPING OF NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER K-RAS P.G12C MUTATED TUMORS: IDENTIFICATION OF SURFACEOME TARGETS AND IMMUNOLOGIC CORRELATES.PDF

  • Alcaraz-Sanabria, Ana
  • Cabañas, Esther
  • Fernández-Hinojal, Gonzalo
  • Velasco, Guillermo
  • Pérez-Segura, Pedro
  • Pandiella, Atanasio
  • Győrffy, Balázs
  • Ocaña, Alberto
Supplementary Figure 1 | Identification of K-RAS most common genomic alterations in patients with NSCLC by molecular subtypes. (i) Percentage of amplifications, mutations and deletions of K-RAS gene in patients with Squamous Cell Carcinoma or Adenocarcinoma. (ii) Graphical representation of the percentage of K-RAS genomic alterations according to TCGA, Firehose Legacy and MSKCC, 2020 databases in (A) or to TCGA, PanCancer Atlas and TCGA, Firehose Legacy databases in (B). Supplementary Figure 2 | Negative correlation between the expression of upregulated genes (CLRF1, HOPX, IRS2, KIT, PDE4D, and SMOC1) and most of immune infiltrates (CD8+ T cells, Neutrophils, Macrophages and dendritic cells). A green square encircles the dots with higher expression and little infiltration level. Supplementary Figure 3 | Positive correlation between the expression of downregulated genes (CD24, CDK6, HDAC9, TIAM1, TRFC, VTRC1, and VAV3) and most of immune infiltrates (CD8+ T cells, Neutrophils, Macrophages and dendritic cells). A yellow square encircles the dots with less expression and more infiltration level. Supplementary Figure 4 | Expression of CLDN10 and TMPRSS6 in different human cancer types. Bar graph showing the expression of individual CLDN10 (in (A), TMPRSS6 in (B) or both genes combined (C) in those cancer types where expression is significantly higher in tumor samples than in normal tissue (D). No correlation between CLDN10 and TMPRSS6 gene expression with most of immune infiltrates. Supplementary Figure 5 | Higher expression of CLDN10 and TMPRSS6 in K-RAS p.G12C. (A) Table presenting 15 NSLC cell lines that present the G12C variant in K-RAS gene. Bar graph showing the expression of CLDN10 in (B), and TMPRSS6 in (C) in 92 NSLC cell lines compared to those 15 selected in A. Expression of CLDN10 in (D), and TMPRSS6 in (E) in LUAD tumor samples comparing those that harbor or not the G12C mutation. Supplementary Table 1 | Investigational and approved drugs against K-RAS identified mutations. Specific K-RAS mutation, name of the drug, status (approved or investigational), identification code (NCT) and clinical studies with links and phases are included. Intervention is included if the drug is given in combination with others. Supplementary Table 2 | Gene functions of thirteen selected deregulated genes. Supplementary Table 3 | Upregulation details of cell surface-related genes analyzed. Name of the gene, mean of expression in mutant and wildtype K-RAS tumors, fold change (FC), direction and p-value are included. Supplementary Table 4 | Kaplan-Meier survival values of cell surface-related genes. Table includes the name of the gene, the hazard ratio (HR) (in blue, significant good prognosis, and in red, bad one), p-value and fold discovery rate (FDR) for FP and in LUAD patients., Targeting K-RAS-mutant non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) with novel inhibitors has shown promising results with the recent approval of sotorasib in this indication. However, progression to this agent is expected, as it has previously been observed with other inhibitors. Recently, new immune therapeutics, including vectorized compounds with antibodies or modulators of the host immune response, have demonstrated clinical activity. By interrogating massive datasets, including TCGA, we identified genes that code for surface membrane proteins that are selectively expressed in K-RAS mutated NSCLC and that could be used to vectorize novel therapies. Two genes, CLDN10 and TMPRSS6, were selected for their clear differentiation. In addition, we discovered immunologic correlates of outcome that were clearly de-regulated in this particular tumor type and we matched them with immune cell populations. In conclusion, our article describes membrane proteins and immunologic correlates that could be used to better select and optimize current therapies., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

EXPERIMENTAL DATA FOR MANUSCRIPT "FUNGALBRAID 2.0: EXPANDING THE SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY TOOLBOX FOR THE BIOTECHNOLOGICAL EXPLOITATION OF FILAMENTOUS FUNGI"

  • Moreno Giménez, Elena
  • Gandía, Mónica
  • Sáez, Zara
  • Manzanares, Paloma
  • Yenush, Lynne
  • Orzáez, Diego
  • Marcos López, José Francisco
  • Garrigues, Sandra
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., This work was supported by PROMETEO/2018/066 from ‘Conselleria d’Educació’ (Generalitat Valenciana, Comunitat Valenciana, Spain), grant PID2021-125858OB-100 and the Severo Ochoa Excellence Program CEX2021-001189-S funded by MCIN/AEI/ 10.13039/501100011033 and by “ERDF A way of making Europe”. EM-G was recipient of a predoctoral grant FPU18/02019 funded by MCIN/AEI/ 10.13039/501100011033 and by “ESF Investing in your future”. SG holds a ‘Juan de la Cierva Incorporación’ grant (IJC2020-042749-I) from the Spanish ‘Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación’, funded by The European Union–NextGenerationEU., Fig 1: Controlled fungal infection assays on orange fruits -- Fig.2: P. chrysogenum Terb resistant mutants on PDA + PDA terb -- Fig.3: Controlled fungal infection assays on orange fruits -- Fig.4: Measurement of luciferase and nanoluciferase luminescence signals for transformants expressing luciferase under different promoters after 2 days of growth in PDB -- Fig. 5: Measurement of luciferase and nanoluciferase luminescence signals for transformants expressing luciferase under different inducible promoters after 4 days of growth in PdMM – Fig. 6: Measurement of luciferase and nanoluciferase luminescence signals for Penicillium digitatum transformants expressing luciferase under dCas9-regulated GB_SynP synthetic promoter and the corresponding dCas9 activation system (samples named as "+dcas9"), after 2 days of growht in PDB., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS: TRANSMISSION OF DIVERSE VARIANTS OF STRAWBERRY VIRUSES IS GOVERNED BY A VECTOR SPECIES

  • Koloniuk, Igor
  • Matyášová, Alena
  • Brázdová, Sára
  • Veselá, Jana
  • Přibylová, Jaroslava
  • Fránová, Jana
  • Elena, Santiago F.
Figure S1: Scheme of strand-specific cDNA synthesis; Figure S2: Agarose gel electrophoresis of the amplified fragments of SCV, SMoV and StrV-1; Table S1: List of primers used in the study; Table S2: Overview of mappings of HTS reads on the viral references; Table S3: Detailed listing of detected nucleotide variation in SCV, SMoV and StrV-1; Table S4: Counts of variable positions and their effect on encoded proteins; Table S5: Overview of ∆Cq values for SCV, SMoV, StrV-1 and their variants in individual aphid adults. References [37,38] are cited in the Supplementary Materials., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/330939
Dataset. 2022

DATASHEET_2_TRANSCRIPTOMIC MAPPING OF NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER K-RAS P.G12C MUTATED TUMORS: IDENTIFICATION OF SURFACEOME TARGETS AND IMMUNOLOGIC CORRELATES.PDF

  • Alcaraz-Sanabria, Ana
  • Cabañas, Esther
  • Fernández-Hinojal, Gonzalo
  • Velasco, Guillermo
  • Pérez-Segura, Pedro
  • Pandiella, Atanasio
  • Győrffy, Balázs
  • Ocaña, Alberto
Supplementary Table 1 | Investigational and approved drugs against K-RAS identified mutations. Specific K-RAS mutation, name of the drug, status (approved or investigational), identification code (NCT) and clinical studies with links and phases are included. Intervention is included if the drug is given in combination with others. Supplementary Table 2 | Gene functions of thirteen selected deregulated genes. Supplementary Table 3 | Upregulation details of cell surface-related genes analyzed. Name of the gene, mean of expression in mutant and wildtype K-RAS tumors, fold change (FC), direction and p-value are included. Supplementary Table 4 | Kaplan-Meier survival values of cell surface-related genes. Table includes the name of the gene, the hazard ratio (HR) (in blue, significant good prognosis, and in red, bad one), p-value and fold discovery rate (FDR) for FP and in LUAD patients., Targeting K-RAS-mutant non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) with novel inhibitors has shown promising results with the recent approval of sotorasib in this indication. However, progression to this agent is expected, as it has previously been observed with other inhibitors. Recently, new immune therapeutics, including vectorized compounds with antibodies or modulators of the host immune response, have demonstrated clinical activity. By interrogating massive datasets, including TCGA, we identified genes that code for surface membrane proteins that are selectively expressed in K-RAS mutated NSCLC and that could be used to vectorize novel therapies. Two genes, CLDN10 and TMPRSS6, were selected for their clear differentiation. In addition, we discovered immunologic correlates of outcome that were clearly de-regulated in this particular tumor type and we matched them with immune cell populations. In conclusion, our article describes membrane proteins and immunologic correlates that could be used to better select and optimize current therapies., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

DATASHEET_1_CLIMATE CHANGE CONDITIONS THE SELECTION OF RUST-RESISTANT CANDIDATE WILD LENTIL POPULATIONS FOR IN SITU CONSERVATION.CSV

  • Civantos-Gómez, Iciar
  • Rubio Teso, María Luisa
  • Galeano, Javier
  • Rubiales, Diego
  • Iriondo, José M.
  • García-Algarra, Javier
Crop Wild Relatives (CWR) are a valuable source of genetic diversity that can be transferred to commercial crops, so their conservation will become a priority in the face of climate change. Bizarrely, in situ conserved CWR populations and the traits one might wish to preserve in them are themselves vulnerable to climate change. In this study, we used a quantitative machine learning predictive approach to project the resistance of CWR populations of lentils to a common disease, lentil rust, caused by fungus Uromyces viciae-fabae. Resistance is measured through a proxy quantitative value, DSr (Disease Severity relative), quite complex and expensive to get. Therefore, machine learning is a convenient tool to predict this magnitude using a well-curated georeferenced calibration set. Previous works have provided a binary outcome (resistant vs. non-resistant), but that approach is not fine enough to answer three practical questions: which variables are key to predict rust resistance, which CWR populations are resistant to rust under current environmental conditions, and which of them are likely to keep this trait under different climate change scenarios. We first predict rust resistance in present time for crop wild relatives that grow up inside protected areas. Then, we use the same models under future climate IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) scenarios to predict future DSr values. Populations that are rust-resistant by now and under future conditions are optimal candidates for further evaluation and in situ conservation of this valuable trait. We have found that rust-resistance variation as a result of climate change is not uniform across the geographic scope of the study (the Mediterranean basin), and that candidate populations share some interesting common environmental conditions., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR A FEEDBACK MECHANISM CONTROLS RDNA COPY NUMBER EVOLUTION IN YEAST INDEPENDENTLY OF NATURAL SELECTION

  • Arnau, Vicente
  • Barba-Aliaga, Marina
  • Singh, Gaurav
  • Ferri, Javier
  • García-Martínez, José
  • Pérez-Ortín, José Enrique
S1 Fig. Cellular automaton model accurately predicts the experimentally observed evolution of early cln3. A) Scheme of the algorithm used in Model A (Fig 2A). B) Number of generations and times required to obtain <98% of cells with 220 rDNA repeats and an average generation increase (Delta) between 0.3 and 2 copies. A Delta between 1.2 and 1.4 fits the experimental results (between 160 and 180 generations). S2 Fig. Cellular automaton model by assuming that SIR2 repression linearly decreases. In this case, the cells with 125 copies divide 100% into a daughter with an amplified copy number by a given Delta factor and another cell with no amplification (125 copies). However, the cells with >125 copies have a linear increasing tendency (from 1% to 126 copies to 100% with 220 copies) to divide into two cells with no amplification. The table and the plot show the number of generations required for every possible integral Delta value. Note that only Delta >11 fits the number of experimentally observed generations. S3 Fig. Cellular automaton model by assuming that growth rate differences between cells have different rDNA copy numbers for models B. Scheme of the algorithm used for Models B (Fig 2D and 2E). The figure shows that the growth rate increases (generation time decrease, GTI -9 s). A model for a lowering growth rate would be similar, but with a GTI of +9 s. S1 Table. List of the yeast strains used in this work. S1 Appendix. Algorithm used in Model A1. This appendix describes the pseudocode of Model A1. Both the implementation details and source codes for all the models can be downloaded from https://www.uv.es/varnau/modelo/MODEL_A.c., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/330961
Dataset. 2022

SPACEBORNE_GNSSR_CWF_PROCESSING

  • Li, Weiqiang
  • Rius, Antonio
A processing tool for the spaceborne GNSS-R complex waveform products available at IEEC's GOLD-RTR server. The project provides an example for accessing, searching and analyzing the compelx waveform product derived from the GNSS-R raw IF data collected by different spaceborne missions (e.g. TDS-1, CYGNSS, BuFeng-1, SPIRE)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

APPENDIX A. SUPPLEMENTARY DATA: FLOOD IMPACT ON THE SPANISH MEDITERRANEAN COAST SINCE 1960 BASED ON THE PREVAILING SYNOPTIC PATTERNS

  • Gil-Guirado, Salvador
  • Pérez-Morales, Alfredo
  • Pino, David
  • Peña, Juan Carlos
  • López-Martínez, Francisco
Extended synoptic situation and flood events for each synoptic pattern., Peer reviewed

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