Table 1 |
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Summary of demographic variables across combined cohort | |||
Control | Schizophrenia | P-value | |
Number of Subjects | 153 | 153 | |
Age | 56.25 ± 20 | 55.27 ± 19 | p = 0.67 |
Sex | 101 M : 52 F | 113 M : 40 F | p = 0.1 |
Brain pH | 6.5 ± 0.28 | 6.39 ± 0.29 | p = 0.001 |
PMI | 21.95 ± 15.3 | 22.65 ± 15.2 | p = 0.69 |
F, female; M, male; PMI, post-mortem interval. There were 319 samples collected across seven datasets of which 306 passed quality control analysis. The summary demographics (mean ± standard deviation) and t- test p-values for group differences are shown for those subjects used in the analysis. For sex we report the p-value generated from a chi-squared test for equality of proportions.
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