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Table 1 Results for grade of lens opacity according to anaesthetic dose and ocular surface condition in the absence or presence of infrared light exposure in anaesthetised C57BL/6 N mice

From: Evaluation of factors related to Anaesthesia-induced Lens opacity in experimental mice

 Without infrared light exposureWith infrared light exposure
80% anaesthetic dose120% anaesthetic dose80% anaesthetic dose120% anaesthetic dose
Wet ocular surface
(n = 4)
Dry ocular surface
(n = 4)
Wet ocular surface
(n = 5)
Dry ocular surface
(n = 4)
Wet ocular surface
(n = 3)
Dry ocular surface
(n = 3)
Wet ocular surface
(n = 3)
Dry ocular surface
(n = 3)
10 min after anaesthesia1.00 ± 0.001.00 ± 0.001.00 ± 0.001.00 ± 0.001.00 ± 0.001.00 ± 0.001.00 ± 0.001.00 ± 0.00
15 min after anaesthesia1.25 ± 0.431.25 ± 0.431.00 ± 0.001.25 ± 0.431.00 ± 0.001.33 ± 0.471.00 ± 0.001.00 ± 0.00
20 min after anaesthesia1.25 ± 0.433.25 ± 0.83*1.00 ± 0.003.50 ± 1.12*1.00 ± 0.004.00 ± 0.82*1.00 ± 0.004.66 ± 0.47*
25 min after anaesthesia1.25 ± 0.434.50 ± 0.87*1.20 ± 0.405.25 ± 0.43*1.00 ± 0.006.00 ± 0.00*1.33 ± 0.476.00 ± 0.00*
30 min after anaesthesia1.25 ± 0.435.75 ± 0.43*1.20 ± 0.405.75 ± 0.43*1.00 ± 0.006.00 ± 0.00*1.33 ± 0.476.00 ± 0.00*
  1. Results are expressed as mean ± standard deviation
  2. *p < 0.05 when compared with wet ocular surface in each condition