RNA | Slope | R^{2}, % | 37% survival dose, erg⋅mm^{−2} |
---|---|---|---|
Inc-U (Le+) | −0.371 ± 0.028 | 99.3 | 5,000 |
Dec-U (I-60) | −0.352 ± 0.030 | 98.7 | 5,250 |
WT (I-60) | −0.360 ± 0.028 | 99.0 | 5,130 |
Inc-U (I-60) | −0.441 ± 0.022 | 99.6 | 4,190 |
Regression analysis was performed on the data generated from densitometric scanning (Fig. 4A). These values were expressed as percentages (Fig. 4B). The fitted regression lines are of the form ln(y) = intercept + slope(exposure time). The R^{2} value is a measure of how tightly the data values fit about the regression line with maximum possible value of 100%. Values for the slopes are given within 95% confidence limits.