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Dataset. 2020

DIFFRACTION IMAGES OF A CRYSTAL OF THE F-BAR DOMAIN OF PSTPIP1 (PROLINE-SERINE-THREONINE PHOSPHATASE-INTERACTING PROTEIN 1) (PDB ENTRY 7AAN)

  • Manso, José A.
  • Alcón, Pablo
  • Bayón, Yolanda
  • Alonso, Andrés
  • Pereda, José M. de
Download of the data available on the publisher platform., Diffraction images of a crystal of the F-BAR domain of PSTPIP1 (residues 1-289). Data were collected on a single crystal at the beamline i03 of the Diamond Light Source synchrotron (Didcot, UK) using radiation of 0.99987 Å wavelength and a PILATUS3 6M detector. The dataset consists of 3600 images (0.15 degree oscillation per image) that were collected: 2400 at one position and the other 1200 at a second site in the same crystal. Crystal belongs to the space group P2(1)2(1)2(1) with unit cell dimensions a=48.3 Å, b=71.9 Å, c=204.6 Å. The asymmetric unit contains an homodimer of the F-BAR domain (~53% solvent content), which is the biological unit. Diffraction data was notably anisotropic. The lowest resolution limit was 4.32 Å in the direction b* and the highest limits were 2.12 Å and 2.17 in the directions a* and c*, respectively., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

NORTHWEST IBERIAN PENINSULA SELECTION (NIPS) A GLOBAL BRYOPHYTE OCCURRENCES DATASET

  • Ronquillo, Cristina
  • Hurtado, Fernando
  • Hortal, Joaquín
Some species have taxonomical disagreements between our dataset and GBIF: Ptychostomum capillare as Bryum capillare Hedw. Syntrichia laevipila Bridel, 1819 as Syntrichia pagorum Amann, 1918 Syntrichia ruralis Weber & D.Mohr, 1803 as Tortula ruralis (Hedw.) Gaertn. et al. Zygodon catarinoi C.Garcia, F.Lara, Sérgio & Sim-Sim as Zygodon bistratus Calabrese & J.Muñoz Zygodon baumgartneri as Zygodon rupestris W.P.Schimper ex Lorentz, 1865, [EN] Dataset of publicly available biodiversity information of global bryophyte records from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF; phylum=Bryophyta) of a selection of 33 bryophytes species. Species were selected by their presence in more of 15 forests of the 107 forests in the Northwest Iberian Peninsula dataset of the publication of Medina et al.(2015, Front. Biogeogr. 7). It contains 527,191 records, result of the compilation, cleaning, enrichment and validation from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility and specialized checklists (Hill et al, 2006. An annotated checklist of the mosses of Europe and Macaronesia. J. Bryol. 28, 198–267.; and Ros et al, 2013. Mosses of the Mediterranean, an annotated checklist. Cryptogam. Bryol. 34, 99–283.), The Plant List (http://www.theplantlist.org/) and TROPICOS (https://tropicos.org/home). This database was created to build the models of bioclimatic niche hypervolumes of the bryophyte species for the publication of Hurtado et al. 2023 (Hurtado, F., Gonçalves, J., Hespanhol, H., Ronquillo, C., Estébanez, B., Aragón, P., Medina, N.G., Hortal, J., 2023. Bioclimatic niche similarity and species relatedness shift their influence on species co-occurrence in bryophyte forest communities across scales.[submitted for publication] for the Northwest Iberian bryophytes selected. It helps to characterize, in combination with bioclimatic datasets, the bioclimatic niches of the bryophytes selected, assesing the conditions met for the co-occurrences of the bryophyte species at different scales., [ES] Conjunto de datos disponibles públicamente de registros globales de briófitos del portal de datos de biodiversidad 'Global Biodiversity Information Facility'(GBIF; phylum=Bryophyta) de una selección de 33 especies de briófitos presentes en más de 15 bosques de los 107 bosques del sector noroccidental de la península Ibérica de la base de datos de la publicación de Medina et al. (2015 Epiphytic bryophytes of Quercus forests in Central and North inland Iberian Peninsula. Front. Biogeogr. 7.). Cuenta con 527,191 registros, resultado de la compilación, limpieza, validación y enriquecimiento de datos presentes en el portal de datos de biodiversidad 'Global Biodiversity Information Facility' y listas taxonómicas especializadas (Hill, 2006. An annotated checklist of the mosses of Europe and Macaronesia. J. Bryol. 28, 198–267.; and Ros et al. 2013. Mosses of the Mediterranean, an annotated checklist. Cryptogam. Bryol. 34, 99–283.), 'The Plant List' (http://www.theplantlist.org/) y 'TROPICOS' (https://tropicos.org/home). Esta base de datos fue creada para construir los modelos de hipervolúmenes de nichos bioclimáticos de las especies de briófitos para la publicación de Hurtado et al.2023(Hurtado, F., Gonçalves, J., Hespanhol, H., Ronquillo, C., Estébanez, B., Aragón, P., Medina, N.G., Hortal, J., 2023. Bioclimatic niche similarity and species relatedness shift their influence on species co-occurrence in bryophyte forest communities across scales.[manuscrito enviado para publicación]) para los briófitos seleccionados del sector noroccidental de la Peninsula Ibérica. Su utilidad es la de caracterizar, en combinación con conjuntos de datos bioclimáticos, los nichos bioclimáticos de las especies de briófitos seleccionadas, evaluando las condiciones reunidas para sus co-ocurrencias a diferentes escalas., This work was part of the project UNITED Unifying niches, interactions and distributions: A common theoretical framework for geographic range dynamics and local coexistence (CGL2016-78070-P, funded by AEI/FEDER, UE) and SCENIC - Escalando los efectos de las dinámicas de nicho e interacciones en las consecuencias ecológicas y evolutivas de la coexistencia / Scaling the effects of niche and interaction dynamics on the ecological and evolutionary outcomes of coexistence [PID2019-106840GB-C21] (Proyecto coordinado) Project SCENIC, grant PID2019-106840GB-C21 funded by MCIN/AEI/ 10.13039/501100011033, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2020

DIFFRACTION IMAGES OF A CRYSTAL OF THE F-BAR DOMAIN OF PSTPIP1 (PROLINE-SERINE-THREONINE PHOSPHATASE-INTERACTING PROTEIN 1) BOUND TO THE C-TERMINAL HOMOLOGY (CTH) SEGMENT OF THE PHOSPHATASE LYP (PTPN22) (PDB ENTRY 7AAM)

  • Manso, José A.
  • Alcón, Pablo
  • Bayón, Yolanda
  • Alonso, Andrés
  • Pereda, José M. de
Download of the data available on the publisher platform., Diffraction images of a crystal of the F-BAR domain of human PSTPIP1 (residues 1-289, Uniprot reference O43586-1) in complex with the CTH of LYP (residues 787-807, Uniprot Q9Y2R2-1). Data were collected on a single crystal at the beamline i03 of the Diamond Light Source synchrotron (Didcot, UK) using radiation of 0.99987 Å wavelength and a PILATUS3 6M detector. The dataset consists of 3 groups, each containing of 1800 images (0.1 degree oscillation per image), collected at three different positions of the same crystal. Crystal belongs to the space group P2(1)2(1)2(1) with unit cell dimensions a=48.0 Å, b=72.0 Å, c=205.0 Å. The asymmetric unit contains an homodimer of the F-BAR domain bound to a LYP-CTH (~53% solvent content), which is the biological complex. Diffraction data was notably anisotropic. The lowest resolution limit was 4.05 Å in the direction b* and the highest limits were 2.11 Å and 2.10 in the directions a* and c*, respectively., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

DATASET OF THE ANALYTICAL SOLUTION OF GROUND DISPLACEMENT IN A HALF SPACE FOR A PRESSURIZED OR DEPLETED DEEP RESERVOIR INTERSECTED BY A FAULT

  • Wu, Haiqing
  • Rutqvist, Jonny
  • Vilarrasa, Víctor
[Description of methods used for collection/generation of data] Programing the developed analytical solution in Python. [Methods for processing the data] Analytical solution., Quick estimates of fluid-induced subsurface deformation are helpful to assess the land uplift/subsidence and to reveal precursors of induced seismicity. In this dataset, we present the programing codes of a closed-form solution for displacement, especially the ground displacement, induced by reservoir pressurization or depletion. The solution consider a compartmentalized reservoir crossed by a fault that can be offset and either transversely permeable or impermeable. With this solution, the programing codes display (1) the verification against the existing solutions, (2) the induced displacement in a zone of interest for both permeable and impermeable faults, (3) the ground displacement distribution under various fault and reservoir geometries, and (4) the comparison between the solution in a half space and in a full space. All the evaluated results are shown in a scaled form, which generalizes the problem and the results with respect to hydro-mechanical parameters. These codes establish a useful tool for estimating ground deformation, for gaining insights of reservoir and fault geometries by analyzing surface deformation patterns, and for managing the risk of induced seismicity., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR HYDROPHOBIC GOLD NANOPARTICLES WITH INTRINSIC CHIRALITY FOR THE EFFICIENT FABRICATION OF CHIRAL PLASMONIC NANOCOMPOSITES

  • Kowalska, Natalia
  • Bandalewicz, Filip
  • Kowalski, Jakub
  • Gómez-Graña, Sergio
  • Bagiński, Maciej
  • Pastoriza-Santos, Isabel
  • Grzelczak, Marek
  • Matraszek, Joanna
  • Pérez‐Juste, Jorge
  • Lewandowski, Wiktor
Figures of SEM and TEM micrographs, CD and g-factor spectra, Vis–NIR spectra, statistical analysis of the length and width, thermal stability test, synthetic route for the preparation of (pro)mesogenic ligands and tables of UV–vis–NIR analysis, circular dichroism analysis, and dissymmetry coefficient value (g-factor) analysis ., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

MORPHOLOGICAL TRAIT MATCHING IN PLANT–HYMENOPTERA AND PLANT–DIPTERA MUTUALISMS ACROSS AN ELEVATIONAL GRADIENT [DATASET]

  • Zhao, Yan-Hui
  • Lázaro, Amparo
  • Li, Hai-Dong
  • Tao, Zhi-Bin
  • Liang, Huan
  • Zhou, Wei
  • Ren, Zong-Xin
  • Xu, Kun
  • Li, De-Zhu
  • Wang, Hong
Data were collected at four sites along an elevational gradient in Yulong Snow Mountain, Southwest China. -- This data package contains data from the publication: Yan-Hui Zhao, Amparo Lázaro, Hai-Dong Li, Zhi-Bin Tao, Huan Liang, Wei Zhou, Zong-Xin Ren, Kun Xu, De-Zhu Li, Hong Wang (2021) Morphological trait matching in plant–Hymenoptera and plant–Diptera mutualisms across an elevational gradient. Journal of Animal Ecology. Details about the content of the package can be found in the README.txt file. The package contains three data files (each in *.csv format) that were used in the analyses of the above-mentioned publication., Morphological trait-matching and species abundance are thought to be the main factors affecting the frequency and strength of mutualistic interactions. However, the relative importance of trait-matching and species abundance in shaping species interactions across environmental gradients remains poorly understood, especially for plant–insect mutualisms involving generalist species. Here, we characterised variation in species and trait composition and the relative importance of trait-matching and species abundance in shaping plant–Hymenoptera and plant–Diptera mutualisms in four meadows across an elevational gradient (2,725–3,910 m) in Yulong Snow Mountain, Southwest China. We also evaluated the effects of morphological traits of flower visitors and plant composition on their foraging specialisation (d’ and normalised degree). There was a high degree of dissimilarity in the composition of Hymenoptera and Diptera visitors and their visited plants between communities. This variation was mainly driven by the spatial replacement of species. Both for plant–Hymenoptera and plant–Diptera networks, trait-matching between nectar tube depth and proboscis length was a stronger predictor of the interactions between temporally co-occurring plants and flower visitors than species abundance. Fourth-corner analyses revealed statistically significant trait-matching between nectar tube depth and proboscis length in plant–Hymenoptera networks at all sites, suggesting that Hymenoptera consistently foraged on plant species with nectar tube depths matching their proboscis lengths. By contrast, significant trait-matching in plant–Diptera networks was only observed at the two lower elevation sites. The species-level specialisation d’ of flower visitors increased significantly as the proboscis length and the difference in nectar tube depth between the plant community and the plants visited by flower visitors increased. Our results highlight that the importance of trait-matching in shaping pairwise interactions and niche partitioning depends on the specific features (e.g. species composition and trait availability) of the plant-pollinator system. For specialised plant-Hymenoptera systems, trait-matching is an important determinant of species interactions, whereas for generalist plant-Diptera systems, trait-matching is relatively unimportant., Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Award: XDB31000000, 1. 01-species_interactions.csv; 2. 02-plant_characteristics.csv; 3. 03-insect_characteristics.csv, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR INTRA- VS INTERMOLECULAR CROSS-LINKS IN POLY(METHYL METHACRYLATE) NETWORKS CONTAINING ENAMINE BONDS

  • Sharifi, Soheil
  • Asenjo-Sanz, Isabel
  • Pomposo, José A.
  • Alegría, Ángel
Detailed experimental methods, including study of the enamine bond reversibility, proton NMR spectra for poly(MMA0.7-ran-AEMA0.3), size distribution of SCNPs with different cross-link degree, ATR-FTIR spectra of PMMA, AEMA, EDA, and poly(MMA0.7-ran-AEMA0.3) copolymer, ATR-FTIR absorbance of copolymer samples with different cross-link degree, dielectric results of the cross-linked copolymers, and full-scale GPC chromatograms., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

SUPPORTING INFORMATION FOR NANOMETER-SCALE LATERAL P-N JUNCTIONS IN GRAPHENE/Α-RUCL3 HETEROSTRUCTURES

  • Rizzo, Daniel J.
  • Shabani, Sara
  • Jessen, Bjarke S.
  • Zhang, Jin
  • McLeod, Alexander S.
  • Rubio-Verdú, Carmen
  • Ruta, Francesco L.
  • Cothrine, Matthew
  • Yan, Jia-Qiang
  • Mandrus, David G.
  • Nagler, Stephen E.
  • Rubio, Angel
  • Hone, James C.
  • Dean, Cory R.
  • Pasupathy, Abhay N.
  • Basov, D. N.
Additional details about sample fabrication, STM and AFM topography, auxiliary STS and s-SNOM data, experimental and theoretical methods, and derivations for models of the near-field data., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

MEASURING THE ITPASE ACTIVITY FOR THE WILD-TYPE HAM1 AND A POTENTIAL KNOCK-OUT MUTANT

  • Valli, Adrián
  • García López, Rafael
  • Ribaya, María
  • Martínez, Francisco Javier
  • García, Beatriz
  • Gonzalo, Irene
  • González de Prádena, Alfonso
  • Pasin, Fabio
  • Montanuy, Inmaculada
  • Rodríguez-Gonzalo, Encarnación
  • García, Juan Antonio
1 figure., (A) Coupled reaction used to measure ITPase activity. HAM1 ITPase hydrolyses ITP in the presence of Mg+2 to produce IMP and pyrophosphate (PPi). IMP is then oxidized by inosine monophosphate dehydrogenase (IMPDH) in the presence of NAD to produce XMP and NADH2, which is directly monitored in real time at 340 nm. The ITPase activity (U/ml) can be calculated as shown. (B) Cropped polyacrylamide gel stained with coomasie blue that illustrates the yield of MBP-HAM1 in elution fractions. The indicated MBP-HAM1 versions in fraction two, which had the higher protein concentration, are shown. (C) Kinetics of ITP hydrolysis, measured by the formation of NADH2 as indicated in (A), when 1 μl of a 1:10 dilution of the elution fractions shown in (B) were used in the reaction mix., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2022

ANALYSIS OF A HAM1 PARTIAL LOSS-OF-FUNCTION MUTANT IN DIFFERENT CONTEXTS

  • Valli, Adrián
  • García López, Rafael
  • Ribaya, María
  • Martínez, Francisco Javier
  • García, Beatriz
  • Gonzalo, Irene
  • González de Prádena, Alfonso
  • Pasin, Fabio
  • Montanuy, Inmaculada
  • Rodríguez-Gonzalo, Encarnación
  • García, Juan Antonio
(A) Representative pictures under white light of infected and non-treated N. benthamiana plants at 11 days post-inoculation. White bar = 4 cm. (B) Representative pictures under white light of upper non-inoculated leaves, at 40 days post-inoculation (dpi), of cassava plants inoculated with the indicated viruses. White arrows indicate the presence of leaf chlorosis induced by UCBSV in cassava. White bar = 4 cm. (C) Representative pictures under white light of stems, at 90 dpi, of cassava plants inoculated with the indicated viruses. Black arrows indicate the presence of brown streaks induced by UCBSV in cassava. (D) Chromatograms of Sanger sequencing results of the DNA fragment of interest amplified by RT-PCR. RNA samples deriving from upper non-inoculated leaves of the indicated cassava plant inoculated with UCBSV-HAM1N35A were used as template. Leaves for RNA preparation were harvested at both 90 and 120 days post-infection (dpi). Coloured circles surround both the original and the naturally introduced mutation. (E) Cropped polyacrylamide gel stained with coomasie blue that shows that equivalent amounts of the indicated proteins were used for the experiment in Fig 4E. 1:20 dilutions (10, 20 and 40 nanograms, correspondingly) were used for the measurement of ITPase activity., Peer reviewed

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