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Table 1 Direct identification of 16S rRNA genes from small intestinal tissue by PCR-amplification, cloning and sequencing

From: Green tea powder and Lactobacillus plantarum affect gut microbiota, lipid metabolism and inflammation in high-fat fed C57BL/6J mice

Phylum Accession no. Closest type strain Group (No of clones)a Similarity (%)b
Firmicutes     
  X76329 Lactobacillus pontis (T) Ctrl (1) 95.5
  AJ306299 Lactobacillus intestinalis (T) Lp + GT (3) 99.2–99.5
  L23507 Lactobacillus reuteri (T) Lp + GT (3) 95.3–95.7
  X94229 Lactobacillus oris (T) Lp + GT (1) 95.1
  M59230 Eubacterium biforme (T) Lp + GT (1) 89.5
  AJ417075 Allobaculum stercoricanis (T) Ctrl (24) Lp + GT (17) 89.1 ~ 89.4
  X73447 Clostridium irregulare (T) Ctrl (1) 96.1
Verrucomicrobia     
  AY271254 Akkermansia muciniphila (T) Ctrl (1) 99.7
Proteobacteria     
  DQ422859 Desulfovibrio bizertensis (T) Lp + GT (1) 88.8
Actinobacteria     
  AF292373 Olsenella uli (T) Lp + GT (1) 94.4
  AB042288 Propionibacterium acnes (T) Ctrl (1) 100
  1. aCtrl = high fat control diet (HFD), Lp + GT + HFD supplemented with 4% green tea powder and L. plantarum in the drinking water. Numbers within parentheses denote the number of clones in each mouse. bDenotes highest sequence similarity to a type strain (T) found in the Ribosomal data base project Release 10 (http://rdp.cme.msu.edu/).
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