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Student-Newman-Keuls test. Data for PGE 2 concentration were found to be normally distributed with equal variances and therefore were analyzed by means of an ANOVA for repeated measures, followed by the Student-Newman-Keuls test for comparisons between

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. Body weight was recorded at weekly intervals. Data analysis —Results were expressed as mean ± SEM. Differences between means were tested by use of Student’s t test to detect significant differences. Significance was designated at values of P ≤ 0

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. Ten dogs (neutered male, 5; spayed female, 5) owned by residents, faculty members, and students of the University of Missouri were included in the study, with informed consent from the owners. Seven dogs were of a mixed breed, and 1 each was a Siberian

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differences in variance were adjusted by use of the Welch approximation. Mean serum, colostrum, and milk IgG 1 antibody response were compared between the 2 groups by use of the Student t test. Mean serum IgG 1 antibody response in groups were compared by

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expressed as mean ± SD. Differences between cell cultures incubated with and without the addition of inhibitors of cell membrane receptors were analyzed by use of the paired Student t test. Values of P < 0.05 were considered significant. Results

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experiments were evaluated. Results are expressed as mean value ± SD. Differences between cell cultures incubated with and without addition of PD98059 were analyzed by use of the paired student t test. Values of P < 0.05 were considered significant

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and 3 spayed females) owned by faculty members, residents, and students of the University of Missouri were included in the study, with owner consent. Dogs included 4 mixed-breed dogs and 1 each of Australian Cattle Dog, Greyhound, Australian Shepherd

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maximum of 1 of the 4 datum points within any raw data set could be removed, at least 75% of the replicates in each individual measurement were used for data analysis. Individual Student t tests were conducted to compare the means of preexercise values

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neutered adult dogs of various breeds and an age range of 2 to 6 years were used. Dogs were owned by students of the University of Missouri, who provided their consent for inclusion. The health status of each dog was confirmed by physical examination. The

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Shapiro-Wilk test. Values are summarized as mean ± SD. Densitometric values for the proteins of interest were normalized to those of actin, and resulting values were compared between noninflamed and inflamed tissue specimens. The Student paired t test

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