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Fig. 5. Changes in gut bacterial community proportional membership between different mice fed with pupae or feed. (A) Principal coordinate analysis (PCA) of 16S sequences from 24 samples using unweighted UniFrac distances of fecal microbiota among the 4 groups, which show distinct separation of samples based on their diets into feed- and pupa-fed groups in WT and PD-1H KO mice. (B) Relative read abundance of different bacterial classes within different communities. Only the top 10 enriched class categories are shown in the figure. The color-coded bar plot shows the average bacterial class. Sequences that cannot be classified into any known group are assigned as “Other bacteria”. (C) Hierarchical clustering and heatmap depicting relative abundance of taxa summarized to phylum level across different groups of interest for the top 14 OTUs. Relative abundance of each taxa within each sample is represented by color on the heatmap, with red and blue indicating the highest and lowest abundance, respectively.
J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 2021;31:207~216 https://doi.org/10.4014/jmb.2008.08003
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