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Myopia may be regarded as the most prevalent ocular disorder in humans. 2 From 1999 through 2004, the prevalence of myopia among 12- to 54-year-old Americans was 41.6%. 3 In a survey 4 of students in Greece, myopia was found in 36.8% of 15 to 18 year

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-wave amplitude, and number of inflammatory cells and protein concentration in AH) for each group at each time point were made by use of a Student t test or a 2-way ANOVA followed by a Tukey test. For all analyses, a value of P < 0.05 was considered

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and called for sample submissions was sent to Colorado State University faculty, staff, and students; members of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists; and members of the Larimer County Veterinary Medical Association. Interested persons

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analysis For the in vitro experiment, indices of cytotoxicity and anti–CHV-1 efficacy were compared between ganciclovir-treated and control cells by use of Student t tests. For the in vivo experiment, regression analysis was used to evaluate the

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placebo were compared by use of a 2-sample Student t test. The analysis was performed with statistical software. k A least squares linear regression analysis, with concentration on days 5 to 21, was performed to assess the mean total clinical scores

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for the 3 time points. A paired Student t test was used to determine a zero-bias hypothesis, which allowed the bias to be assessed as the mean of the differences compared with zero. Values of P < 0.05 were considered significant. Results

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.3% ciprofloxacin solution first vs 0.5% moxifloxacin solution first) on drug tissue concentration for each horse group, a Student t test was used for normally distributed and a Mann-Whitney rank sum test was used for nonnormally distributed data. A 1-way ANOVA

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via the Newton-Raphson technique with ridging and the optimization technique. Model assumptions were considered to be appropriately met on the basis of diagnostic testing conducted on Studentized residuals. Estimated least squares means and

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surface areas were compared by use of a Student t test. A value of P < 0.05 was accepted as significant. Statistical analysis was performed by use of a software program. k Results Relative quantification of mtDNA —The amplification efficiencies

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paired Student t test. For each analysis, a value of P < 0.05 was considered significant. All means, SDs, and probabilities were calculated by use of statistical computer software. r Plasma pharmacokinetics of moxifloxacin were analyzed by use of a

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