BME100 s2015:Group8 9amL2

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OUR TEAM

Name: Robert Culibrk
Name: Austin Lehew
Name: Molly Golek
Name: An Tran
Name: Anthony Gambirazio

LAB 2 WRITE-UP

Descriptive Statistics

Experiment 1
Human Study:

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Experiment 2

Rat Study:

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Results

Experiment 1

Human Study:

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Experiment 2

Rat Study:

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Analysis

Experiment 1

Human Study:

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ANOVA:

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Experiment 2

Rat Study:

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Summary/Discussion

Data analysis results of this experiment showed that there was a significant difference in the effects of different dosages of LPS on inflammation in humans but not in rats. Our T-test p-values were less than .00833333 within the human groups proving that the comparisons are statistically significant, showing a correlation between LPS dosage and inflammation. However, in rats our T-test p-value was greater than .05 making the comparison insignificant and proving that the LPS dosage had no significant effect on inflammation in rats.