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Table 1 Table represents the DNA damage and repair parameters like damage induction and damage removal after 30 minutes between treated and untreated irradiated groups

From: Transient elevation of glycolysis confers radio-resistance by facilitating DNA repair in cells

Parameters Formula/derivation Result
Damage Induction, DI Tail moment, TM at 0 min. – TM in un-irradiated sample  
DI without DNP, DIc 21.2 – 12.3 (a.u.) 8.9
(values obtained from Figure 5A)
DI for DNP treated, DId 19.6 – 12.0 (a.u.) 7.6
(values obtained from Figure 5A)
% Damage removed at 30 min., DR 30min. [(TM 0min. – TM 30min )/DI] x 100  
DR without DNP, DRc30min [(21.2 – 17.2)/8.9] x 100 = [0.45] x 100 45%
(values obtained from Figure 5A & B)
DI for DNP treated, DRd30min [(19.6 – 12.5)/7.6] x 100 = [0.93] x 100 93%
(values obtained from Figure 5A & B)
Fold change in damage removed at 30 min. DRd 30min/ DRc 30min  
  93/45 2.06
  1. The values were obtained from Figure 5 A & B and applied in the derived formulas to obtain the final fold change of damage removed.