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From: Dietary intake of cod and scallop reduces atherosclerotic burden in female apolipoprotein E-deficient mice fed a Western-type high fat diet for 13 weeks

Fig. 2

Tissue weights and relative tissue weights of female apolipoprotein E-deficient mice. The mice were fed diets containing different protein sources for 13 weeks. Data are mean ± SEM. a Data from liver and visceral adipose tissue were analyzed using the independent samples t-Test. Data from heart were analyzed using the non-parametric Mann–Whitney U test. * denotes significant difference in tissue weight between mice fed chicken protein (n = 12) and mice fed cod-scallop protein (n = 10). b Data from liver were analyzed using the independent samples t-Test. Data from adipose tissue were log transformed before analysis using the independent samples t-Test. Data from heart were analyzed using the non-parametric Mann–Whitney U test. * denotes significant difference in relative tissue weight between mice fed chicken protein (n = 12) and mice fed cod-scallop protein (n = 10)

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