This project evaluated the binding of antibody fragments to membrane proteins fused to a short epitope sequence (“MPER”). This dataset includes atomic coordinates (.pdb files) for bioinformatic models of antibody fragment binding to an MPER epitope – membrane protein fusion.
These data are TLA events identified in MACCS magnetometer data throughout 2015. These events are short-timescale (< 60 s), large -amplitude (> 6 nT/s) magnetic disturbances measured at Earth's surface that are analyzed for space weather research purposes. and The events were identified in a year's worth of magnetic field data using an algorithm developed in the MATLAB platform. The algorithm dBdt_main.m can be run using the associated scripts (clean_maccs.m, simple_dbdt.m, extremes1.m, newdbdt.m) to return the events in the 2015_AllEvents.csv file. The substorm onset delays of each event are determined with the onset_delays.m script and the substorm event list 20191127-15-56-substorms.csv (both included).
This publication contains anonymized planar whole body images of two patients. Patient scans were taken at 4 different time points in the week following a therapeutic dose of Lu-177 DOTATATE. Both anterior and posterior views are provided. All images are in DICOM format.
This publication contains anonymized SPECT/CT scans of two patients. Patient scans were taken at 4 different time points in the week following a therapeutic dose of Lu-177 DOTATATE. Both the SPECT and the co-registered CT are provided. All images are in DICOM format.
This publication contains anonymized diagnostic imaging scans of two patients. The images provided are pre-therapy scans used by clinicians for diagnosis and for selecting patients for treatment with Lu-177 DOTATATE. Multiple imaging modalities are present including diagnostic CT, MRI, and Ga68 PET, depending on the selected patient. All images are in DICOM format.
Vidal-Luengo, S. E., & Moldwin, M. B. (2021). Global magnetosphere response to solar wind dynamic pressure pulses during northward IMF using the heliophysics system observatory. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 126, e2020JA028587. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020JA028587
These data were produced from the survival analysis of the pre-treatment metabolomics data generated from the Phase II clinical trial of L-carnitine treatment for septic shock (the RACE trial - see https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01665092). The results based on respective acetylcarnitine or valine concentration are presented (pdf). The csv files contain the at risk numbers from the Kaplan-Meier survival analysis. These findings described in our manuscript: Pharmacometabolomics Identifies Candidate Predictor Metabolites of an L-carnitine Treatment Mortality Benefit in Septic Shock. and All of the metabolomics data are available at the NIH Common Fund's National Metabolomics Data Repository (NMDR) website, the Metabolomics Workbench, https://www.metabolomicsworkbench.org which is supported by NIH grant U2C-DK119886 and where it has been assigned Project ID (accession number ST001319). The data can be accessed directly via its Project DOIs: (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21228/M8VX0Z).
This is a large scale, long-term autonomy dataset for robotics research collected on the University of Michigan’s North Campus. The dataset consists of omnidirectional imagery, 3D lidar, planar lidar, GPS, and proprioceptive sensors for odometry collected using a Segway robot. The dataset was collected to facilitate research focusing on longterm autonomous operation in changing environments. The dataset is comprised of 27 sessions spaced approximately biweekly over the course of 15 months. The sessions repeatedly explore the campus, both indoors and outdoors, on varying trajectories, and at different times of the day across all four seasons. This allows the dataset to capture many challenging elements including: moving obstacles (e.g., pedestrians, bicyclists, and cars), changing lighting, varying viewpoint, seasonal and weather changes (e.g., falling leaves and snow), and long-term structural changes caused by construction projects. To further facilitate research, we also provide ground-truth pose for all sessions in a single frame of reference. and A detailed description of the dataset and the methods used to generate it is in the document nclt.pdf. If you use this dataset in your research please cite:
Carlevaris-Bianco, N., Ushani, A., Eustice, R. (2021). The University of Michigan North Campus Long-Term Vision and LIDAR Dataset [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue. https://doi.org/10.7302/7rnm-6a03
Carlevaris-Bianco, Nicholas, et al. “University of Michigan North Campus Long-Term Vision and Lidar Dataset.” The International Journal of Robotics Research, vol. 35, no. 9, Aug. 2016, pp. 1023–1035, doi:10.1177/0278364915614638.
This data set was created with the purpose to study the electron pitch angle distributions on dayside closed crustal fields at Mars and to compare with theoretical predictions made by numerical modeling. Analyzing the plasma environment of the crustal fields was another point of study to determine if whistler waves can interact with high energy superthermal electrons.
Images of villages in Mali in which Tengou-Togo (Dogon family) is the primary language. Each file name contains important information about the photos, and are structured thus: LanguageFamily_Language_IdentificationNumber_GeographicCoordinate_Description_Date_InitialsOfThePhotographer