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Table 2 GFD-induced changes in taxonomic composition

From: The influence of a short-term gluten-free diet on the human gut microbiome

Taxonomic unit Coefficient N.not.0/N p value Q-value
p_Firmicutes|c_Clostridia|o_Clostridiales|f_Veillonellaceaea 0.0424 155/155 2.81 × 10−5 0.0030
p_Lentisphaerae|c_Lentisphaeria|o_Victivallales|f_Victivallaceae −0.0093 89/155 2.30 × 10−4 0.0105
p_Firmicutes|c_Clostridia|o_Clostridiales|f_Ruminococcaceae|g_Ruminococcus|s_bromii 0.0151 99/155 2.94 × 10−4 0.0105
p_Firmicutes|c_Clostridia|o_Clostridiales|f_Clostridiaceae −0.0121 150/155 5.69 × 10−4 0.0152
p_Tenericutes|c_RF3|o_ML615J-28 −0.0095 82/155 1.30 × 10−3 0.0277
p_Firmicutes|c_Clostridia|o_Clostridiales|f_Lachnospiraceae|g_Roseburia|s_faecis 0.0065 100/155 1.88 × 10−3 0.0326
p_Actinobacteria|c_Coriobacteriia|o_Coriobacteriales|f_Coriobacteriaceae|g_Slackia −0.0044 43/155 2.14 × 10−3 0.0326
p_Actinobacteria|c_Coriobacteriia|o_Coriobacteriales|f_Coriobacteriaceae −0.0137 155/155 2.67 × 10−3 0.0357
  1. A positive coefficient means more of the microbe was present during the habitual diet, while a negative coefficient means less of the microbe was present during the habitual diet. All associations were to the kingdom bacteria, for readability the kingdom label is not presented. a Veillonellaceae is placed in the order Clostridiales in GreenGenes 13.5. However, according to the NCBI classification, it belongs to order Negativicutes