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Table 3 Food consumption in treated and untreated wt and Mecp2y/− male mice. The D-JNKI1 treatment did not affect the food assumption in wt as well as in Mecp2y/−-treated mice

From: JNK signaling provides a novel therapeutic target for Rett syndrome

Food intake Wt (g) Wt + D-JNKI1 (g) Mecp2y/ (g) Mecp2y/ + D-JNKI1(g) Significance
weeks Mean SEM Mean SEM Mean SEM Mean SEM Wt vs wt+D-JNKI1 Mecp2y/− vs Mecp2y/− +D-JNKI1
3 3.4033 0.2398 3.4920 0.3657 2.7093 0.4323 3.5675 0,4089 n.s. n.s.
4 3.6329 0.2513 3.6067 0.2246 3.1867 0.2859 3.4183 0,2000 n.s. n.s.
5 4.0980 0.1611 3.6975 0.0727 3.6411 0.2162 3.9000 0,5425 n.s. n.s.
6 3.2463 0.2695 3.8471 0.2211 3.3770 0.1990 2.4700 0,1815 n.s. n.s.
7 3.4764 0.2690 4.4220 0.3107 3.3400 0.3826 3.3300 0,3169 n.s. n.s.
  1. Data were shown as mean and SEM