BME100 s2014:T Group12 L2

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Name: Casey Weigel
Name: Spencer Brown
Name: Kevin Haas
Name: Mariama Salifu
Name: Davis Matthews

LAB 2 WRITE-UP

Descriptive Statistics

Experiment 1
See the pdf for statistics.

Experiment 2
See the pdf for statistics.




Results

Experiment 1
It is statistically significant. See pdf for more information.


Experiment 2
It is not statistically significant. See pdf for more information.




Analysis

Experiment 1
This experiment has shown that LPS has a positive correlation on Inflammotin. The p-value, 1.40E-16, for the ANOVA test is well below the Bonfferroni correction of 0.00833. We are more than 99% confident that LPS has a positive correlation on Inflammotin production in an elderly human body.


Experiment 2
This experiment has shown that LPS has no correlation on INflammotin. The p-value, 0.867, for the T-Test is well above the established 0.05 limit. We are not confident that LPS has a correlation on Inflammotin production in rats.




Summary/Discussion

The results show that in humans LPS has a significant affect on Inflammotin production, but does not have a significant affect in rats. A probable reason that LPS only had a significant affect in one organism is that the two organisms are genetically different.