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Table 2 LefSe analysis of phylotypes with biologically significant differential abundance

From: High dietary fat intake lowers serum equol concentration and promotes prostate carcinogenesis in a transgenic mouse prostate model

Differential phylotypes by LefSe Relative abundance (%) Ratio HFD to CD
HFD CD
Class
 Bacteroidia 66.527 57.100 1.17
 TM7–3 1.331 0.452 2.94
 Gammaproteobacteria 0.318 0.012 26.5
 Alphaproteobacteria 0.316 0.085 3.72
Order
 Bacteroidales 66.527 57.100 1.17
 CW040 1.331 0.452 2.94
 Pseudomonadales 0.318 0
 RF32 0.280 0.083 3.37
 Lactobacillales 0.151 0.954 0.16
 Rhizobiales 0.022 1.97E-05 1116.75
 Enterobacteriales 0 0.012
Family
 Porphyromonadaceae 1.357 0.279 4.86
 F16 1.331 0.452 2.94
 Prevotellaceae 0.450 0.215 2.09
 Clostridiaceae 0.306 0.130 2.35
 Moraxellaceae 0.180 0
 Lactobacillaceae 0.149 0.858 0.17
 Pseudomonadaceae 0.138 0
 Mogibacteriaceae 0.131 0.432 0.30
 Brucellaceae 0.022 1.97E-05 1116.75
 Streptococcaceae 1.97E-05 0.029 0.001
 Enterobacteriaceae 0 0.012
Genus
 Parabacteroides 1.357 0.279 4.86
 Paraprevotella 0.416 0.034 12.24
 Ruminococcus 0.310 0.878 0.35
 Lactobacillus 0.149 0.858 0.17
 Pseudomonas 0.138 0
 Adlercreutzia 0.080 0.278 0.29
 Christensenella 0.053 3.94E-05 1345.18
 Ochrobactrum 0.022 1.97E-05 1116.75
 Rikenella 0 0.085
 Lactococcus 0 0.029