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Han WT mice both at baseline (-23.3 ) and after 4 hr of infection (-89.53 ), but by the 24 hour time point its levels weremarkedly higher in the SP-A-/- mice (93.8 ), indicating a delayed response in the SP-A-/- mice. c) Potential pathways affected by changes We also used the Ingenuity Systems Pathways Analysis program to better understand the functional implications of the absence of SP-A, both
Ot detectable (ND) in SP-A-/- mice.lower than at 4 hr (40/19 = 2.1), although the increases continue to predominate. However, most of this change is due to the PMM group, which has reverted at the 24 hr point post-infection to having more than twice as many proteins (9 of 13) at reduced levels in the SP-A-/- mice, as was the case in control (baseline) SP-A-/- mice. The overall numbers of increase
(?- or -shaped response pattern) toward the levels seen under baseline conditions, suggesting a peak response at 4 hr(or at least earlier than 24 hr). 3) In a third set (n = 5), levels of some proteins at 24 hr were continuing to either increase or decrease from levels seen at 4 hr, suggesting slower and/or more sustained responses to infection. With respect to all identified proteins, the ratio


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