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liver — mineral homeostasis         mass spectrometry  
Vulpe1
copper (Cu) content in liver (dry weight)   [µg/g]  copper  18 strains   age 8wks
  Inbred

 

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Strain comparison plot of this measurement
 

 
Overall summary . . . . . . . . copper [µg/g]

  Mean
strain
score
SD of
strain
scores
NCV
of strain
scores
Min
strain
score
Max
strain
score
Median
strain
score
Females11.91.9118 strains0.1617.9316.912.2
Males15.74.0717 strains0.2609.1624.314.6



Strain averages . . . . . . . . copper [µg/g]

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FemalesMeanSDN    MalesMeanSDN 
129S1/SvImJ   9.62   ± 1.20 N=6   129S1/SvImJ   13.7   ± 1.28 N=6
A/HeJ   12.3   ± 1.10 N=6   A/HeJ   13.4   ± 0.784 N=6
A/J   10.4   ± 2.10 N=6   A/J   13.7   ± 3.38 N=6
AKR/J   9.52   ± 1.01 N=6   AKR/J   9.16   ± 0.855 N=6
B10.D2-Hc0 H2d H2-T18c/oSnJ   7.93   ± 1.26 N=6 ▼▼   B10.D2-Hc0 H2d H2-T18c/oSnJ   12.1   ± 1.54 N=6
BALB/cByJ   12.5   ± 2.23 N=6   BALB/cByJ   16.8   ± 1.01 N=6
BALB/cJ   14.0   ± 0.965 N=6   BALB/cJ   23.6   ± 2.86 N=6
C3H/HeJ   11.3   ± 1.08 N=5   C3H/HeJ   11.0   ± 1.73 N=6
C57BL/6J   12.2   ± 2.15 N=10   C57BL/6J   15.5   ± 3.05 N=6
CAST/EiJ   12.2   ± 3.68 N=11   CAST/EiJ   24.3   ± 3.42 N=7 ▲▲
DBA/2J   11.0   ± 1.19 N=12   DBA/2J   16.8   ± 1.80 N=12
LG/J   12.3   ± 1.37 N=6   LG/J   15.2   ± 2.90 N=6
LP/J   12.3   ± 1.38 N=6   LP/J   14.3   ± 1.78 N=6
MRL/MpJ   11.8   ± 0.356 N=6   MRL/MpJ   17.1   ± 2.11 N=6
NZB/BlNJ   16.9   ± 0.861 N=6 ▲▲   NZB/BlNJ   20.9   ± 3.13 N=10
NZW/LacJ   12.8   ± 0.631 N=6   NZW/LacJ      
SM/J   12.8   ± 2.16 N=4   SM/J   14.6   ± 1.45 N=6
SPRET/EiJ   12.3   ± 3.89 N=6   SPRET/EiJ   14.1   ± 3.34 N=4



Scores are annotated to show outlier status of strain/sex means,
relative to the set of strains tested, based on Z-scores.
▲▲= very high (Z ≥ 2.0)
= high (Z 1.0 to 2.0)
= low (Z -1.0 to -2.0)
▼▼= very low (Z ≤ -2.0)

 



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