BME100 s2016:Group3 W1030AM L2

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OUR TEAM

Name: Mark Weser
Name: Alexis Nelson
Name: Kori Staples
Name: Ryan Wood
Name: Morgan Murray
Name: Makarios Begay

LAB 2 WRITE-UP

Descriptive Statistics

Experiment 1
Descriptive Stats for Human Study


Experiment 2
Descriptive Stats for Rat Study




Results

Experiment 1
HumanStudyGraph


Experiment 2

RatStudyGraph



Analysis

Experiment 1
Analysis for Human Study


Experiment 2

Analysis for Rat Study




Summary/Discussion

Based on human experimentation, the change in the dosage of LPS resulted in a significant decrease of Inflammotin in individuals experiencing joint pain. We used an ANOVA test and an individual T-test (BONFERRONI correction test) to prove that our results are statistically significant. For human tests, consisting of 40 individuals, the increase in dosage of the drug created a significant change in temperature according to the tests. In the trial on rat subjects consisting of 10 Rats, the resulting data proved to be insignificant. In comparison, the number of subjects for the human trial had 30 more subjects than that of the rats. This could result in the vastly different outcomes of the different P values.