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Utilising novel clinically relevant mouse models to test new therapeutic interventions for peripheral artery diseases: linear mixed effects model statistical outputs for all data

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Utilising novel clinically relevant mouse models to test new therapeutic interventions for peripheral artery diseases: linear mixed effects model statistical outputs for all data
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Date Record Created
2020-01-16
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Language
English
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Date Coverage
2016-01-01 to 2020-02-18
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  1. Type: full

    Analysis of data investigating clinically relevant animal models of peripheral artery diseases.

    The dataset/document includes linear mixed effects (LME) model raw outputs as per navigation pane/bookmarks:

    1. LME model analysis of suprarenal aortic diameter as measured by ultrasound in mice receiving control diet or a diet enriched with tree nuts
    2. Final output: Basic LME of the log of SRA diameters
    3. LME model analysis of systolic blood pressure in mice receiving control diet or a diet enriched with tree nuts
    4. Final output: LME allowing for different standard deviations per stratum
    5. LME model analysis of diastolic blood pressure in mice receiving control diet or a diet enriched with tree nuts
    6. Final output: LME allowing for different standard deviations per stratum
    7. LME model analysis of body weight in mice receiving control diet or a diet enriched with tree nuts
    8. Final output: LME excluding residuals/standard deviation of residuals of >2
    9. LME model analysis of food consumption in mice receiving control diet or a diet enriched with tree nuts
    10. Final output: Basic LME of the log of food consumption
    11. LME model analysis of distance travelled measured by treadmill test in mice receiving control diet or a diet containing quercetin
    12. Final output: Basic LME of the log of distance travelled
    13. LME model analysis of blood flow measured by laser Doppler perfusion imaging in mice receiving control diet or a diet containing quercetin
    14. Final output: Basic LME of blood flow 
    15. LME model analysis of body weight of mice receiving control diet or a diet containing quercetin
    16. Final output: LME excluding residuals/standard deviation of residuals of >3
    17. LME model analysis of infrarenal aortic diameter as measured by ultrasound in mice undergoing sham surgery or mice undergoing elastase surgery with oral BAPN
    18. Final output: LME of the log of IRA diameters
    19. LME model analysis of infrarenal aortic diameter as measured by ultrasound in mice undergoing elastase surgery with oral BAPN and either vehicle or colchicine gavage
    20. Final output: LME of the log of IRA diameters

     

     

     

  2. Type: note

    Dataset consists of an output file saved in both MS Word (.docx) and PDF formats, for preservation purposes.

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  1. Managed by: Mr James Phie , james.phie@jcu.edu.au , Biomedical Sciences
Primary Contact
Mr James Phie, james.phie@jcu.edu.au
Supervisors
  1. Prof Jonathan Golledge , jonathan.golledge@jcu.edu.au
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Fields of Research
  1. 11 - Medical And Health Sciences (11)
Socio-Economic Objective
  1. 97 - Expanding Knowledge (97)
Keywords
  1. peripheral artery disease
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Research Themes
Tropical Health, Medicine and Biosecurity
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CC BY-NC 4.0: Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 International
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Please contact the data manager or nominated primary contact to negotiate access to this data. If you have difficulty, please contact researchdata@jcu.edu.au for assistance.
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Secure section of the Research Data JCU repository
Citation
Cite:
Phie, J. (2020): Utilising novel clinically relevant mouse models to test new therapeutic interventions for peripheral artery diseases. Linear mixed effects model statistical outputs for all data. . James Cook University. (dataset). http://dx.doi.org/10.25903/5e2541346b21b
Digital Object Identifier (DOI):
10.25903/5e2541346b21b