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Table 2 Relative abundance of taxa at the genus level significantly different between the type of breed

From: Assessment of the lung microbiota in dogs: influence of the type of breed, living conditions and canine idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis

Brochothrix0% a0% b0% c0.28% (0.05–0.45) a,b,c0% (0–0.04)a,cP < 0.05
bP < 0.01
Limnohabitans0% a0% b0% c0.24% (0.06–0.39) a,b,c,d0% da,b,cP < 0.01
dP < 0.05
Rhodoluna0% a0% b0% c0.45% (0.09–0.95) a,b,c,d0% daP < 0.001
b,cP < 0.01
dP < 0.05
Curvibacter0% a0% b0% c0.06% (0.01–0.10) a,b,c,d0% da,b,cP < 0.001
dP < 0.01
Pseudarcicella0% a0% b0% c0.20% (0.05–0.23) a,b,c,d0% da,b,cP < 0.01
dP < 0.05
Sporichthyaceae genus0% a0% b0% c0.11% (0.01–0.18) a,b,c,d0% da,b,cP < 0.001
dP < 0.05
  1. Results were expressed as median percentage of the relative abundance and interquartile range. Superscript letters reflect paired statistical difference by raw according to Kruskal-Wallis and Tukey post hoc tests. T group: terrier dogs; S group: shepherd dogs; Br group: brachycephalic dogs; H-WHWT: healthy West Highland white terrier dogs; ExpB group: experimental beagle dogs