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PhenoMiner Expected Ranges

Analysis Description: PhenoMiner's Expected Ranges result from a statistical meta-analysis of PhenoMiner data. For each rat strain where four or more experiments exist for a single clinical measurement, a meta-analysis is performed using either a random- or fixed-effect model, based on the level of heterogeneity."Zhao et al, in preparation"
Clinical Measurement
Ontology IdCMO:0000759
StrainsInbred
Options/Filters

 Strain_Groups(2)

  LH
  MW

 Age

  0-79 days
  80-99 days
  100-998 days
  0-999 days

 Sex

  Female
  Male
  Mixed

 Conditions

  Control Condition
Display Normal Ranges: Not available

Normal Ranges:
urine protein excretion rate - Measurement Data
Range NameStrain GroupStrainsMethodConditionsSexAgeRange MeanRange SDRange LowRange HighUnitsStudies within the Range
LH_100-999 LH LH/Mav
urine protein analysis
naive control condition
Mixed 100 - 999 days 216.37 58.56 180.51 252.23 [mg/d] Phenominer Link
LH LH LH/Mav
urine protein analysis
naive control condition
Mixed 0 - 999 days 216.37 58.56 180.51 252.23 [mg/d] Phenominer Link
LH_100-998 LH LH/Mav
urine protein analysis
naive control condition
Mixed 100 - 998 days 216.3701 4.265 173.7201 259.02 [mg/d] Phenominer Link
LH_Male LH LH/Mav
urine protein analysis
naive control condition
Male 0 - 999 days 216.37 58.56 180.51 252.23 [mg/d] Phenominer Link
MW MW MW
urine protein analysis
unilateral nephrectomy
vehicle control condition
naive control condition
Mixed 0 - 999 days 15.77 7.41 12.21 19.33 [mg/d] Phenominer Link
MW_Male MW MW
urine protein analysis
unilateral nephrectomy
vehicle control condition
naive control condition
Male 0 - 999 days 15.77 7.41 12.21 19.33 [mg/d] Phenominer Link
MW_0-79 MW MW
urine protein analysis
unilateral nephrectomy
vehicle control condition
naive control condition
Mixed 0 - 79 days 15.77 7.41 12.21 19.33 [mg/d] Phenominer Link

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