Table IV.

Homogeneity analysis for the GRP, GDIT, GDPM, and GDLB parameters using the Kruskal-Wallis test for the indicated Myo5p and Act1p subpopulations

ProteinILAct1p
 IL ≤ 80 nmAct1p
 IL ≥ 110 nmMyo5p
 IL ≤ 80 nmMyo5p
 IL ≥ 110 nm
GPR
    Act1pIL ≤ 80 nm1.00000.0216<0.0001ND
    Act1pIL ≥ 110 nm1.0000ND0.0995
    Myo5pIL ≤ 80 nm1.00000.1300
    Myo5pIL ≥ 110 nm1.0000
GDIT
    Act1pIL ≤ 80 nm1.00000.0375<0.0001ND
    Act1pIL ≥ 110 nm1.0000ND0.2782
    Myo5pIL ≤ 80 nm1.00000.1521
    Myo5pIL ≥ 110 nm1.0000
GDPM
    Act1pIL ≤ 80 nm1.00000.0350<0.0001ND
    Act1pIL ≥ 110 nm1.0000ND0.0271
    Myo5pIL ≤ 80 nm1.0000<0.0001
    Myo5pIL ≥ 110 nm1.0000
GDLB
    Act1pIL ≤ 80 nm1.00000.94290.0004ND
    Act1pIL ≥ 110 nm1.0000ND0.7070
    Myo5pIL ≤ 80 nm1.00000.0004
    Myo5pIL ≥ 110 nm1.0000
  • Analysis was performed for parameters between subpopulations of gold particles associated with invaginations of IL ≤ 80 nm and IL ≥ 100 nm. Numbers show p-values. Very statistically significant differences (P < 0.005) and non–statistically significant differences (P > 0.02) among subpopulations are indicated in italics and bold, respectively. Act1p: IL ≤ 80 nm, n = 41; IL ≥ 110 nm, n = 45. Myo5p: IL ≤ 80 nm, n = 42; IL ≥ 110 nm, n = 38.