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Table 2 p-Values of the Kolmogorov–Smirnov test evaluating possible differences in the distribution of AP to LFP-phase

From: Diazepam and ethanol differently modulate neuronal activity in organotypic cortical cultures

FREQ (Hz)CNT vs. DZP 15 µMCNT vs. DZP 30 µMDZP 15 µM vs. DZP 30 µMCNT vs. EtOH 30 mMCNT vs. EtOH 60 mMEtOH 30 mM vs. EtOH 60 mM
0–20.74090.24610.46150.01050.24610.1713
2–40.04840.01050.00180.74090.24610.4615
4–60.00090.000500.34270.0060.006
6–80.04840.00330.00010.04840.34270.006
8–100.0180.000200.11580.24610.0033
10–120.1713000.46150.11580.0033
12–140.598200.00090.95610.17130.1158
14–160.342700.00330.86850.11580.1158
  1. Diazepam (left columns) causes a concentration-dependent change towards a less uniform distribution, i.e., the AP are occurring at a higher rate at the same LFP phase. Ethanol in contrast (right columns) had a weaker, opposite effect towards a more uniform distribution of AP to LFP-phase. Significant differences are indicated as italic p-values