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Figure 4

From: MAOA variants differ in oscillatory EEG & ECG activities in response to aggression-inducing stimuli

Figure 4

Comparison of ECG across MAOA genotypes. ECG signals were used to calculate HR (unit: BPM) and were converted to values relative to baseline. (a,b) represent average HR during NS and S between MAOA genotypes in men and women, respectively. (c,d) represent ΔHR during NS and S between MAOA genotypes in men and women, respectively. (e,f) represent variance in HR during NS and S between MAOA genotypes in men and women, respectively. All values are represented as the means ± SEM. The ECG sample size was 70, including 30 men (18 for 3.5R/Y, 12 for 4.5R/Y) and 40 women, (20 for 3.5R/3.5R, 3 for 4.5R/4.5R, and 17 for the heterozygous group). * and ** above the horizontal line indicate statistically significant differences between MAOA genotypes at p < 0.05 and 0.01, respectively, by repeated measures of two-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc test; *, **, and *** above the graph bar indicate statistically significant differences between NS and S at p < 0.05, 0.01, and 0.001, respectively, by repeated measures of two-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc test.

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