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Fig. 3 | BMC Microbiology

Fig. 3

From: Taxonomic classification for microbiome analysis, which correlates well with the metabolite milieu of the gut

Fig. 3

Relative abundance of genera with an absolute value of PCL > 0.7 for PC1 and higher taxonomic ranks of these genera. Data represent mean ± SD. Levels of the genera Ruminococcus and Oscillospira in the untreated group were higher than those in the antibiotic-treated group. Members of the family Ruminococcaceae were similarly represented in the two groups. However, this similarity was not observed at the level of phylum (Firmicutes), class (Clostridia), or order (Clostridiales). Levels of the genus Adlercreutzia in the untreated group were higher than in the antibiotic-treated group, and this trend continued till the class level (Coriobacteriia). Levels of the genus Trabulsiella in the antibiotic-treated group were higher than that in the untreated group, and this trend continued till the phylum level (Proteobacteria)

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