Table 1

Taxons with different abundances in the two hosts
Taxon Abundance in C. porcellus Abundance in H. sapiens p-value q-value
Synergistetes 0.14 (0.038) 0.033 (0.018) 2.29E-06 3.08E-05
Chlorobi 1.2 (0.26) 0.31 (0.19) 2.52E-06 3.08E-05
Unclassified 37 (5.9) 25 (3.6) 3.65E-06 3.08E-05
Fusobacteria 0.52 (0.16) 0.14 (0.094) 4.01E-06 3.08E-05
Deferribacteres 0.12 (0.016) 0.048 (0.02) 4.81E-06 3.08E-05
Euryarchaeota 1.8 (0.39) 0.62 (0.36) 7.22E-06 3.77E-05
Cyanobacteria 0.5 (0.088) 0.22 (0.1) 8.25E-06 3.77E-05
Thermotogae 0.21 (0.024) 0.098 (0.042) 1.03E-05 4.12E-05
Chlamydiae 0.25 (0.047) 0.12 (0.061) 2.06E-05 7.18E-05
Chloroflexi 0.06 (0.012) 0.027 (0.012) 2.24E-05 7.18E-05
Chrysiogenetes 0.046 (0.011) 0.021 (0.015) 3.42E-05 9.90E-05
Planctomycetes 0.026 (0.011) 0.0099 (0.0051) 3.71E-05 9.90E-05
Korarchaeota 0.00075 (0.00029) 0.00025 (0.00047) 5.37E-05 0.000132183
Bacteroidetes 15 (3.3) 27 (10) 8.03E-05 0.000183527
Fibrobacteres 0.13 (0.028) 0.058 (0.083) 0.000105854 0.000225823
Spirochaetes 1.2 (0.095) 0.66 (0.35) 0.000123729 0.000247458
Verrucomicrobia 2.1 (2) 0.38 (0.66) 0.000174881 0.000322945
Thermodesulfobacteria 0.0024 (0.00062) 0.0012 (0.0012) 0.000181657 0.000322945
Proteobacteria 9.4 (1.6) 6.4 (2.7) 0.000526935 0.000887469
Nitrospirae 0.032 (0.0076) 0.019 (0.01) 0.000628535 0.001005656
Acidobacteria 0.25 (0.07) 0.16 (0.087) 0.002879726 0.004388154
Deinococcus-Thermus 0.031 (0.011) 0.061 (0.031) 0.004035327 0.005869567
Aquificae 0.016 (0.0037) 0.024 (0.0098) 0.005763463 0.008018731
Firmicutes 29 (6.3) 37 (9.3) 0.015217931 0.020290574
Tenericutes 0.21 (0.093) 0.15 (0.13) 0.020738726 0.025524586
Thaumarchaeota 0.011 (0.0027) 0.0084 (0.0065) 0.020738726 0.025524586
Actinobacteria 1.3 (0.34) 2 (1.1) 0.052286556 0.061969251

Taxons with significantly different abundance (p < 0.05; q < 0.1) or an abundance > 1% in humans and guinea pigs. The average percentage of reads classified to the respective taxon as well as the standard deviation in parentheses is supplied in column 2 and 3.

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Hildebrand et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:514   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-514

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