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In both studies, the increase of the LPS dosage does produce a notable increase in inflammation. The data sets differ in that the rat experiment only had two groups from which data was collected while the human experiment had 4 different test groups. Because the human experiment included more test groups and varying levels of dosage, there was a more noticeable difference of averages in the data. The spike in these averages of the Human experiment occurred at the 15 milligram mark, perhaps indicated the dosage target this experiment was looking for. In the rats however, the difference was less noticeable and the data was less conclusive.