MetaQuery: quantitative analysis of the human gut microbiome

Results

Estimated abundances and results from statistical analyses

Job details:

Query type: taxa
Database: mOTU
Level: species
Name: Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601)
Description: None

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The abundance of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) across gut microbiome samples:





The prevalence of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) across gut microbiome samples:





Association of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) abundance with clinical phenotypes:

Boxplots:


Statistics:

pheno country case_n ctrl_n case_mean ctrl_mean p_value rank percentile
Colorectal cancerAustria64350.0001093241869454.02731282428e-050.1028517609516915.7895
Ulcerative colitisSpain78660.0003177085078460.0001367591380150.27276482649623252.1348
Rheumatoid arthritisChina127981.2527684489e-056.48111550276e-060.28928550723219344.9883
Type II diabetesDenmark752770.0004711831391780.0001560769681230.39827266530727561.5213
Crohns diseaseSpain17660.0004704178099990.0001367591380150.54230244429335380.0453
ObesityDenmark1691230.0001613422857520.0001470812222780.75467981994737083.5214
Type II diabetesChina1831859.24037288074e-057.21424447035e-050.85581246828138189.4366
Liver cirrhosisChina1201149.83972253361e-052.52740903553e-050.86581233073140096.3855
Type II diabetesSweden53920.0001250294021347.71680093945e-050.90562970570340993.8073
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Citation:

Nayfach S, Fischbach MA, Pollard KS. MetaQuery: a web server for rapid annotation and quantitative analysis of specific genes in the human gut microbiome. Bioinformatics 2015;31(14). doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btv382