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Hierarchical analysis of ELISA data

ELISA biostatistics analysis

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#1 red_monkey

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Posted 16 July 2012 - 09:09 AM

Hello all,

Does anybody know of a suitable method to analyse several levels of data when the n of the first level is only 2. That is, if I have two animals for a given treatment group, and for each animal I have 2 replicates...and I didn't design the experiment btw, I'm just left trying to analyse the results.

I'm guessing you'd normally compare the means as you can't analyse all 6 replicates together as they're not independent of each other. Though that means I only have n=2 to work with.

I've read a few pages on clustered/hierachical analyses but I'm having trouble knowing whats suitable as they're mostly medical related. Is there any way of getting more from this data?

Thank youu





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