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Research Article

Improved Specificity and False Discovery Rates for Multiplex Analysis of Changes in Strain-Specific Anti-Influenza IgG

Table 3

Examples of inconsistent results from pairwise comparisons with and without consideration of strain subtype variations in the clinical vaccine data analysis.

GroupTime in daysGroupTime in daysWith consideration of subtype variationWithout consideration of subtype variation
SE of valueSE of value

MPR0MPR30.30920.06430.13760.08250.0953
MPR180PR1800.16090.09560.09270.20620.09380.0281
PR14PR180−0.18120.04940.0002−0.11390.06100.0620
PR28PR180−0.10560.04530.0198−0.07620.05830.1913
UP56UP2080.34240.08420.07510.10310.4663
UP180UP2080.26890.06660.08430.08540.3237

SE = standard error; PR = primed group; MPR = multiply primed group; UP = unprimed group.

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