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Table 1 Correlation of Salmonella Typhimurium load with abundance of microbial genera in faeces

From: Salmonella Typhimurium infection disrupts but continuous feeding of Bacillus based probiotic restores gut microbiota in infected hens

MicrobeR valueP valueMicrobeR valueP value
Alistipes−0.3411.60E-06Prevotellaceae_UCG001−0.3235.70E-06
Atopobiaceae_unclassified−0.4421.80E-10Prevotellaceae_unclassified−0.2973.30E-05
Bacteroidales_unclassified−0.2791.00E-04Rikenellaceae_RC9-gut-group−0.2583.30E-04
Bifidobacterium−0.5313.70E-10Acetanaerobacterium0.1810.013
Barnesiella−0.4335.00E-10Akkermansia0.2120.0034
Butyricimonas−0.2331.30E-03Anaerostipes0.1530.036
Christensenellaceae_R7_group−0.1464.40E-02Anaerotruncus0.1790.014
Clostridiales_vadinB860_group_ge−0.3461.10E-06Blautia0.2580.00033
Enorma−0.4039.10E-09Caproiciproducens0.1920.0082
Faecalibacterium−0.2133.30E-03Clostridiaceae_1_unclassified0.2992.90E-05
Family_XIII_UCG001−0.3188.10E-06Clostridium_sensu_stricto_10.250.00051
Intestinimonas−0.3012.50E-05Eggerthella0.392.90E-08
Lactobacillus−0.3844.80E-08Eisenbergiella0.4162.70E-09
Megamonas−0.3092.60E-05Enterococcaceae_unclassified0.3971.60E-08
Negativibacillus−0.1682.10E-02Erysipelatoclostridium0.3912.70E-08
Parabacteroides−0.3012.60E-05Erysipelotrichaceae_ge0.295.00E-05
Paraprevotella−0.2427.90E-04EscherichiaShigella0.5428.90E-16
Parasutterella−0.3042.10E-05Flavonifractor0.2681.90E-04
Phascolarctobacterium−0.1947.50E-03Fusicatenibacter0.213.70E-03
Romboutsia−0.3042.10E-05GCA9000665750.4221.50E-09
Sutterella−0.3779.20E-08Lachnospiraceae_unclassified0.2670.00021
Succinivibrionaceae_unclassified−0.263.00E-04Melissococcus0.2524.60E-04
Ruminococcaceae_UCG005−0.3555.50E-07Pediococcus0.222.40E-03
Rikenellaceae_unclassified−0.3188.40E-06Ruminiclostridium_50.2791.00E-04
Bacteroidia_unclassified−0.1861.00E-02Ruminococcaceae_unclassified0.1464.60E-02
Mollicutes_RF39_ge−0.2818.90E-05Sellimonas0.3332.90E-06
Muribaculaceae_unclassified−0.3091.80E-05Weissella0.3526.70E-07
  1. The faecal load of Salmonella Typhimurium (in log10 mMPN) was regressed against the abundance of individual genera of microbiota. Minus (−) sign shows negative correlation