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Table 4 Different endogenous metabolites in the feces of weaned piglets after adding C. butyricum

From: Effects of Clostridium butyricum on growth performance, metabonomics and intestinal microbial differences of weaned piglets

Super class Metabolite names Precurso type m/za Rtb log2fc_CB/NCc P-value Trendd
Amino acids Citrulline [M-H]- 174.09 101.75 1.71 < 0.001
Amino acids Acetyl-DL-Valine [M-H]- 158.08 306.14 0.83 0.009
Amino acids L-citrulline [M + H]+ 176.10 102.20 1.05 0.027
Amino acids L-valine [M-H]- 115.92 1010.69 −0.60 0.034
Amino acids 4-hydroxy-L-proline [M-H]- 129.98 207.29 0.80 0.044
Drugs Cimaterol [M + H]+ 220.15 565.94 0.95 0.012
Amine N-acetylhistamine [M-H]- 152.08 778.56 −2.04 0.011
Lipids Phosphatidylinositol lyso 16:0 [M-H]- 571.29 738.01 −3.50 0.001
Lipids Sebacic acid [M-H]- 201.11 561.47 1.42 0.001
Lipids Suberic acid [M-H]- 173.08 452.26 1.19 0.011
Lipids Azelaic acid [M-H]- 187.10 508.95 1.38 0.019
Lipids Dodecanedioic acid [M-H]- 229.14 657.55 0.72 0.024
Lipids Phosphatidylethanolamine lyso 18:2 [M-H]- 476.28 827.81 −1.06 0.028
Organic acids O-toluic acid [M-H]- 135.05 538.95 1.11 0.002
Organic acids 3-methylglutaric acid [M-H]- 145.05 380.25 1.53 0.003
Organic acids Indole-3-carboxylic acid [M-H]- 160.04 504.67 1.38 0.014
Organic acids 4-acetamidobutanoic acid [M-H]- 144.07 264.59 1.23 0.015
Organic acids Nonic Acid [M + H]+ 189.11 513.04 1.72 0.016
Organic acids Trans-3-coumaric acid [M-H]- 163.04 459.07 −1.48 0.023
Organic acids Xanthurenic acid [M-H]- 204.03 464.26 −1.39 0.028
Organic acids 2,3-dihydroxybenzoic acid [M-H]- 153.02 397.38 −1.22 0.037
Organic acids 2-phenylpropionic acid [M-H]- 149.06 601.41 0.88 0.041
  1. am/z, mass-to-charge ratio; bRT, retention time; cFC fold change; d″↑/↓” indicate the increase/decrease in the metabolite level after adding C. butyricum to the diet (n = 6)