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Figure 3: The seven plots of the estimated mean normalization constant with error bars to indicate the 95% confidence interval for the mean as estimated by rmANOVA. (3A): Constant sum normalization constants (mM) plotted against experimental timepoint. (3B): Constant Sum, excluding lactate, glucose, and urea concentrations (mM, *: exclusive of lactate, glucose, and urea concentrations) normalization constants plotted against experimental timepoint. (3C): Total spectral intensity (arbitrary units, obtained by spectral binning) normalization constants plotted against experimental timepoint. (3D) and (3E): PQ1 and PQ2 normalization constants (unitless) plotted against experimental timepoint. (3F): OSM normalization constants (mmol of solvent per kg of urine, scaled by a factor of 1◊10-6), plotted against experimental timepoint. (3G): Urine output normalization constants (hr kg/nmol) plotted against experimental timepoint. The UO normalization constant is the inverse of the animalís urine output.
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