Phenotype measure:   Jaxpheno4   NEUT8

ID, description, units MPD:22910   NEUT8   neutrophil count (NEUT; units per volume x 103)   [n/µL]  at age 8wks
Data set, strains Jaxpheno4   inbred   11 strains     sex: both     age: 8wks
Procedure complete blood count
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Jaxpheno4 - neutrophil count (NEUT; units per volume x 103) at age 8wks



  MEASURE SUMMARY
Measure Summary FemaleMale
Number of strains tested11 strains11 strains
Mean of the strain means0.488   n/µL 0.488   n/µL
Median of the strain means0.487   n/µL 0.520   n/µL
SD of the strain means± 0.239 ± 0.155
Coefficient of variation (CV)0.491 0.316
Min–max range of strain means0.201   –   1.03   n/µL 0.243   –   0.714   n/µL
Mean sample size per strain17.0   mice 17.7   mice


  ANOVA, Q-Q NORMALITY ASSESSMENT
ANOVA summary      
FactorDFSum of squaresMean sum of squaresF valuep value (Pr>F)
sex 1 0.0 0.0 0.0002 0.9877
strain 10 12.5355 1.2536 16.5093 < 0.0001
sex:strain 10 3.2664 0.3266 4.3019 < 0.0001
Residuals 386 29.3091 0.0759


Q-Q normality assessment based on residuals

  


  STRAIN MEANS (UNADJUSTED)
Strain Sex Mean SD N mice SEM CV Min, Max Z score
B6.129P2-Apoetm1Unc/J f 0.487 0.1   10 0.0316 0.205 0.35, 0.66 0.0
B6.129P2-Apoetm1Unc/J m 0.662 0.237   10 0.0749 0.358 0.33, 1.07 1.13
B6D2F1/J f 0.308 0.111   10 0.0351 0.36 0.14, 0.53 -0.75
B6D2F1/J m 0.243 0.0474   12 0.0137 0.195 0.16, 0.31 -1.59
BALB/cByJ f 0.575 0.199   21 0.0435 0.347 0.38, 1.1 0.36
BALB/cByJ m 0.534 0.135   20 0.0301 0.252 0.35, 0.84 0.3
BALB/cJ f 0.487 0.193   22 0.0411 0.396 0.3, 1.23 0.0
BALB/cJ m 0.603 0.29   21 0.0633 0.48 0.14, 1.12 0.74
C3H/HeJ f 0.694 0.161   13 0.0446 0.232 0.41, 1.02 0.86
C3H/HeJ m 0.601 0.193   11 0.0582 0.321 0.43, 0.99 0.73
C57BL/6J f 0.254 0.124   42 0.0191 0.488 0.09, 0.57 -0.98
C57BL/6J m 0.52 0.542   34 0.0929 1.04 0.09, 2.14 0.21
CBA/J f 0.371 0.081   21 0.0177 0.218 0.22, 0.53 -0.49
CBA/J m 0.308 0.0992   23 0.0207 0.322 0.16, 0.57 -1.17
DBA/2J f 1.03 0.68   23 0.142 0.659 0.47, 3.86 2.26
DBA/2J m 0.714 0.257   20 0.0575 0.36 0.41, 1.39 1.46
FVB/NJ f 0.328 0.142   11 0.0429 0.433 0.17, 0.58 -0.67
FVB/NJ m 0.356 0.245   14 0.0656 0.69 0.1, 1.02 -0.86
NOD.CB17-Prkdcscid/J f 0.201 0.0952   11 0.0287 0.474 0.12, 0.46 -1.2
NOD.CB17-Prkdcscid/J m 0.353 0.0804   12 0.0232 0.228 0.2, 0.44 -0.87
NOD/ShiLtJ f 0.632 0.149   21 0.0325 0.236 0.29, 0.85 0.6
NOD/ShiLtJ m 0.476 0.158   26 0.031 0.333 0.15, 0.82 -0.08


  LEAST SQUARES MEANS (MODEL-ADJUSTED)
Strain Sex Mean SEM UpperCL LowerCL
B6.129P2-Apoetm1Unc/J f 0.487 0.0871 0.6583 0.3157
B6.129P2-Apoetm1Unc/J m 0.662 0.0871 0.8333 0.4907
B6D2F1/J f 0.308 0.0871 0.4793 0.1367
B6D2F1/J m 0.2433 0.0795 0.3997 0.0869
BALB/cByJ f 0.5752 0.0601 0.6935 0.457
BALB/cByJ m 0.5345 0.0616 0.6556 0.4134
BALB/cJ f 0.4873 0.0587 0.6028 0.3718
BALB/cJ m 0.6033 0.0601 0.7216 0.4851
C3H/HeJ f 0.6938 0.0764 0.8441 0.5436
C3H/HeJ m 0.6009 0.0831 0.7643 0.4376
C57BL/6J f 0.2536 0.0425 0.3372 0.17
C57BL/6J m 0.5203 0.0473 0.6132 0.4274
CBA/J f 0.371 0.0601 0.4892 0.2527
CBA/J m 0.3083 0.0575 0.4212 0.1953
DBA/2J f 1.0322 0.0575 1.1451 0.9192
DBA/2J m 0.7135 0.0616 0.8346 0.5924
FVB/NJ f 0.3282 0.0831 0.4915 0.1648
FVB/NJ m 0.3557 0.0736 0.5005 0.2109
NOD.CB17-Prkdcscid/J f 0.2009 0.0831 0.3643 0.0376
NOD.CB17-Prkdcscid/J m 0.3525 0.0795 0.5089 0.1961
NOD/ShiLtJ f 0.6319 0.0601 0.7501 0.5137
NOD/ShiLtJ m 0.4758 0.054 0.582 0.3695


  LEAST SQUARES MEANS (MODEL-ADJUSTED), SEXES COMBINED
Strain Sex Mean SEM UpperCL LowerCL
B6.129P2-Apoetm1Unc/J both 0.5745 0.0616 0.6956 0.4534
B6D2F1/J both 0.2757 0.059 0.3917 0.1597
BALB/cByJ both 0.5549 0.043 0.6395 0.4702
BALB/cJ both 0.5453 0.042 0.6279 0.4627
C3H/HeJ both 0.6474 0.0564 0.7584 0.5364
C57BL/6J both 0.3869 0.0318 0.4494 0.3244
CBA/J both 0.3396 0.0416 0.4214 0.2578
DBA/2J both 0.8728 0.0421 0.9557 0.79
FVB/NJ both 0.3419 0.0555 0.4511 0.2328
NOD.CB17-Prkdcscid/J both 0.2767 0.0575 0.3898 0.1636
NOD/ShiLtJ both 0.5538 0.0404 0.6333 0.4744




  GWAS USING LINEAR MIXED MODELS