BME100 f2013:W1200 Group4 L2

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OUR TEAM

Madison Cochran
Madison Cochran
Pete Akerele-Ale
Pete Akerele-Ale
Hannah Switzer
Hannah Switzer
Joshua Sarbolandi
Joshua Sarbolandi
Lindsey Macias
Lindsey Macias

LAB 2 WRITE-UP

Descriptive Statistics

Experiment 1

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Experiment 2

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Results

Experiment 1


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Experiment 2


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Analysis

Experiment 1


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Experiment 2 The p-value is approximately 0.867. There is no statistical significance in this experiment because the calculated p-value exceeds 0.05.






Summary/Discussion

From the data, it can be concluded that the Inflammotin levels in rats are not affected to the same degree as humans are by the LPS dosage. There was no statistical difference shown in the rat study. However, when comparing the different groups in the human study and putting our data through the post-hoc test, we've determined that there is a statistical difference between the different groups in the human study. After performing the ANOVA test, the p-value was less than 0.05, so the Bonferroni correction had to be applied to the data. The Bonferroni correction expressed statistically significant values between each group, showing that the dosage of LPS does in fact have an affect on Inflammotin levels. The greater the dosage, the higher the levels of Inflammotin.






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