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Table 5 Correlation between the detection of Atopobium vaginae and Porphyromonas sp. and vaginal pH with disease status

From: Potential contribution of the uterine microbiome in the development of endometrial cancer

Benign pH A. vaginae Porphyromonas sp. A*P A or P + pH
B02 Normal Positive Negative Negative Negative
B04 Normal Negative Negative Negative Negative
B05 Normal Negative Negative Negative Negative
B09 Normal Negative Negative Negative Negative
B24 Normal Negative Negative Negative Negative
B25 High Positive Negative Negative Positive
B26 High Negative Positive Negative Positive
B27 High Positive Positive Positive Positive
B30 Normal Negative Negative Negative Negative
B32 High Positive Negative Negative Positive
Cancer pH A. vaginae Porphyromonas sp. A*P A or P + pH
EC06 High Positive Positive Positive Positive
EC10 High Positive Positive Positive Positive
EC11 High Positive Positive Positive Positive
EC12 High Positive Positive Positive Positive
EC13 Normal Positive Positive Positive Positive
EC14 Normal Positive Positive Positive Positive
EC15 Normal Positive Positive Positive Positive
EC19 High Positive Positive Positive Positive
EC22 Normal Positive Positive Positive Positive
EC28 High Positive Positive Positive Positive
EC31 High Positive Negative Negative Positive
EC42 High Positive Negative Negative Positive
EC54 High Positive Positive Positive Positive
EC62 NA Negative Positive Negative NA
EC65 High Positive Negative Negative Positive
Hyperplasia pH A. vaginae Porphyromonas sp. A*P A or P + pH
H07 High Negative Negative Negative Negative
H08 High Negative Negative Negative Negative
H63 Normal Negative Positive Negative Negative
H72 Normal Positive Negative Negative Negative
  1. Correlation between the vaginal/cervical detection of Atopobium vaginae and Porphyromonas sp. (positive = detected/negative = undetected) and vaginal pH measurement (normal ≤ 4.5; high > 5) with disease status