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Table 1 P100 latency and amplitude in each group

From: Therapeutic effect of vasoactive intestinal peptide on form-deprived amblyopic kittens

  P100 latency P100 amplitude
Right eye of the 6-week-old control group 98.19 ± 1.65 ms 12.57 ± 0.93u
Right eye of 6-week-old deprivation group 110.38 ± 2.04 ms 9.62 ± 0.70u
Left eye of 6-week-old deprivation group 99.35 ± 2.04 ms 12.12 ± 0.89u
9-week-old normal control group 87.93 ± 1.71 ms 13.50 ± 0.64u
9-week-old VIP intervention group 96.23 ± 1.61 ms 11.59 ± 0.55u
9-week-old Sefsol intervention group 99.14 ± 1.34 ms 10.58 ± 0.53u
9-week-old non-intervention group 100.76 ± 2.06 ms 10.41 ± 0.57u
  1. At 6 weeks of age, the right eye in the deprivation group had a longer latency and lower amplitude than the left eye in the deprivation group (P = 0.000,0.000) and the right eye in the control group (P = 0.000,0.000). At the age of 9 weeks, the VIP intervention group had a shorter latency and a higher amplitude than that of the Sefsol intervention group (P = 0.015,0.017) and the amblyopia non-intervention group (P = 0.005,0.010), but the latency was longer and the amplitude was lower than the normal control group (P = 0.000,0.001)