# BME100 s2014:W Group10 L2

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From the data we have, in the human study, we found out that the higher the dosage of the LPS the higher the inflammation and more varied the inflammation is. The variance is so high because it varies from person to person. We only saw this variance in the 10mg and 15mg groups. For the human study, after completing the ANOVA test we found that the p-value was less than 0.05 so we needed to complete a T-Test for each comparison between groups. In the human T-Test we found that they were all significant because the T-Test value was less than the corrected p-value. In the rat study we found that the data is very skewed, there was no correlation in the data. For the rat study, after completing the ANOVA test we found that the p-value was less than 0.05 so we needed to do a T-Test for the one comparison that we have between 0mg and 10mg. In the rat T-Test we found that there was no significance in the comparison between 0mg and 10mg because the T-Test value was greater than the corrected p-value.