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Table 4 Statistical analysis of data presented in Fig. 5. Post hoc results are only shown for tests which reached statistical significance (P < 0.05)

From: Estrogen receptor profiles across tissues from male and female Rattus norvegicus

  DF eta squared Cohen’s d F (DFn, DFd) t P value
Gonads (two-way)
 Interaction 3 17.8 F (3, 38) = 5.33 P = 0.0037
 Sex 1 12.2 F (1, 38) = 11.0 P = 0.0020
 >CYP19A1: F vs. M 38 2.19 t = 4.95 P < 0.0001
 gene 3 25.4 F (3, 38) = 7.62 P = 0.0004
 >F: GPER vs. ESR1 38 − 6.01 t = 3.82 P = 0.0029
 >F: GPER vs. CYP19A1 38 − 2.20 t = 4.97 P < 0.0001
 >F: ESR2 vs. CYP19A1 38 − 1.44 t = 3.75 P = 0.0035
Mammary (one-way)
 Gene 3 64.5 F (3, 20) = 12.12 P < 0.0001
 >F: GPER vs. ESR1 20 − 2.23 t = 4.13 P = 0.0031
 >M: GPER vs. ESR1 20 2.98 t = 5.163 P = 0.0003
 >M: GPER vs. ESR2 20 3.00 t = 5.18 P = 0.0003
Uterus (one-way)
 Gene 3 92.2 F (3, 8) = 31.7 P < 0.0001
 >F: GPER vs. ESR1 8 − 6.66 t = 8.01 P = 0.0003
 >M: GPER vs. ESR1 8 6.80 t = 8.14 P = 0.0002
 >M: GPER vs. ESR2 8 4.94 t = 7.70 P = 0.0003