Data from: The nature of aspidin and the evolutionary origin of bone

Tomographic data and models from Keating et al. (2018) The nature of aspidin and the evolutionary origin of bone. Nature Ecology & Evolution. Four tomographic scans obtained using the X04SA and X02DA beamlines at the Swiss Light Source from skeletal remains of extinct heterostracan fishes, along with some derivative tomographic models in AVIZO native file formats.

Tom Davies is Deputy Data Steward.

Creator(s) Philip Donoghue, Joseph Keating, Chloe Marquart
Funder JNK was funded by a NERC Studentship. PCJD is funded by NERC (NE/P013678/1; NE/N002067/1; NE/G016623/1) and BBSRC (BB/N000919/1). CLM completed this work in partial fulfilment of the MSc Palaeobiology at the University of Bristol.
Publication date 20 Jun 2018
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government License for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.1agbdxus79jan27rsyl580oxsp
Complete download (zip) https://data.bris.ac.uk/datasets/tar/1agbdxus79jan27rsyl580oxsp.zip
Citation Philip Donoghue, Joseph Keating, Chloe Marquart (2018): Data from: The nature of aspidin and the evolutionary origin of bone. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.1agbdxus79jan27rsyl580oxsp
Total size 25 GiB

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