Phenotype measure:   Schughart4   pctbw_trt_d5

ID, description, units MPD:58725   pctbw_trt_d5   body weight as percent of baseline, infected group   [%]  post-infection day 5
influenza A (H3N2) virus study
Data set, strains Schughart4   inbred w/CC8   8 strains     sex: f     age: 8-12wks
Procedure body weight
Ontology mappings


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Schughart4 - body weight as percent of baseline, infected group post-infection day 5



  MEASURE SUMMARY
Measure Summary Female
Number of strains tested8 strains
Mean of the strain means89.0   %
Median of the strain means90.2   %
SD of the strain means± 6.79
Coefficient of variation (CV)0.0763
Min–max range of strain means80.1   –   98.7   %
Mean sample size per strain12.9   mice


  ANOVA, Q-Q NORMALITY ASSESSMENT
ANOVA summary      
FactorDFSum of squaresMean sum of squaresF valuep value (Pr>F)
strain 7 3627.8406 518.2629 22.7359 < 0.0001
Residuals 95 2165.5142 22.7949


Q-Q normality assessment based on residuals

  


  STRAIN MEANS (UNADJUSTED)
Strain Sex Mean SD N mice SEM CV Min, Max Z score
129S1/SvImJ f 90.6 4.8   11 1.45 0.053 81.9, 99.6 0.24
A/J f 80.1 3.92   6 1.6 0.0489 74.0, 85.5 -1.31
C57BL/6J f 89.9 6.47   17 1.57 0.072 81.1, 102.0 0.14
CAST/EiJ f 82.8 3.82   10 1.21 0.0461 78.4, 89.8 -0.91
NOD/ShiLtJ f 90.8 6.52   12 1.88 0.0719 81.6, 102.0 0.27
NZO/HlLtJ f 98.7 3.86   20 0.862 0.0391 87.8, 103.0 1.43
PWK/PhJ f 96.6 3.5   22 0.745 0.0362 88.8, 104.0 1.13
WSB/EiJ f 82.2 3.57   5 1.59 0.0434 78.3, 86.0 -1.0


  LEAST SQUARES MEANS (MODEL-ADJUSTED)
Strain Sex Mean SEM UpperCL LowerCL
129S1/SvImJ f 90.5745 1.4395 93.4324 87.7167
A/J f 80.125 1.9491 83.9945 76.2555
C57BL/6J f 89.8759 1.158 92.1747 87.577
CAST/EiJ f 82.785 1.5098 85.7823 79.7877
NOD/ShiLtJ f 90.7583 1.3783 93.4945 88.0222
NZO/HlLtJ f 98.6945 1.0676 100.8139 96.5751
PWK/PhJ f 96.5559 1.0179 98.5767 94.5351
WSB/EiJ f 82.184 2.1352 86.4229 77.9451




  GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION (GWAS) VIEW
Plot generated with pyLMM using 132K SNP array. Click on plot to view at larger size.