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 +10  (nbme22#26)

The P-value is basically type 1 error, and they keep the p-value the same (at <.05) in both versions of the experiments. By increasing number of patients in the group, they increase power of the study, which reduces type II error.

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 +0  (nbme22#32)

Schwann cells: they are supposed to degrade residual myelin sheath during the neuronal degeneration. Without that degeneration, I guess you can’t re-innervate properly. Not totally sure.





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No change in type 1 error and decrease in type 2 error? Can someone please explain why?

bhangradoc  The P-value is basically the type 1 error, and they keep the p-value the same (at <.05) in both versions of the experiments. By increasing number of patients in the group, they increase power of the study, which reduces type II error. +1