BME100 f2015:Group1 1030amL2

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Name: Nichole Torgerson
Name: Alarmel Sira
Name: Matt Chrest
Name: Lindsey O'Brien
Name: Jacob Aperi
Name: Michael "Otis" Clyne


Descriptive Statistics

Experiment 1 - Human Trial

Dosages 0mg 5mg 10mg 15mg
Average 3.834 8.932 61.622 657.941
Standard Deviation 1.52301 1.593932 30.11069 212.943
Standard Error 0.50767 0.531311 10.0369 70.98099

Experiment 2 - Rat Trial

Dosages 0mg 10mg
Average 10.516 11.112
Standard Deviation 2.225552 7.402886
Standard Error 0.995297 3.310671


Experiment 1 - Human Trial

Average Change in Inflammotin Due to LPS Dosage

Experiment 2 - Rat Trial

Average Change in Inflammotin Due to LPS Dosage


Experiment 1-Human Trial

The graphs show there is significant difference between the dosages. This means that the increase in dosage of Inflammotin increases the inflammation in elderly humans. The LPS has a positive correlation with Inflammotin levels.

Experiment 2-Rat Trial

The graphs show there is no significance between dosages. The increase in dosages do not have an effect on the Inflammation levels, therefore there is no correlation between the two.


When the two experiments were formed, there was an effect on elderly people in increasing the dosages, but there was no effect on the rats when the dosages were increased. A reason there is an effect in humans is only because they have a better response to the Inflammotin where the rats do not have as good of a response. Another reason is because only humans have the protein in their body, that causes a change in inflammation.