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Table 2 Simple model: two sample equal variance  t  -tests

From: Multiplex array proteomics detects increased MMP-8 in CSF after spinal cord injury

ID Response Injured Response non-Injured Raw P -value BH adj. P -value Bonferroni adj. P -value
IL-1α 418.75 349.25 0.0019 0.0287 0.3674
IL-1α 438.75 368.00 0.0024 0.0287 1.0000
Leptin 839.75 733.50 0.0005 0.0156 0.1149
Leptin 838.00 763.00 0.2189 0.3649 1.0000
B7-2/CD86 504.25 386.50 0.0115 0.0927 0.1818
B7-2/CD86 533.75 413.50 0.0038 0.0367 0.2296
GM-CSF 1223.25 1012.00 0.0132 0.0932 0.2194
GM-CSF 1204.75 1002.50 0.0012 0.0287 1.0000
IL-1β 941.50 823.75 0.0200 0.1121 0.0468
IL-1β 992.25 818.00 0.0023 0.0287 1.0000
MMP-8 36424.75 3360.25 0.0003 0.0123 0.0205
MMP-8 36255.50 3567.75 0.0002 0.0123 0.0246
TIMP-1 4181.50 1720.50 0.0028 0.0304 0.2153
TIMP-1 4099.50 1688.25 0.0022 0.0287 0.2732
  1. Mean response by injury status with raw and adjusted P-values for significance between injured and non-injured animals. Response is the difference between the median foreground signal and the median background signal on the Cy3 channel. Raw P-values are shown with Benjamini-Hochburg adjustments. Bonferroni adjusted P-values are shown for comparison. Proteins in which changes in both technical replicates were significant at the 5% level (BH adjusted P-value) are italicized.