Estimated abundances and results from statistical analyses
Query type: taxa
Name: Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601)
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The abundance of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) across gut microbiome samples:
For taxonomic groups (e.g. species), abundance is defined as the proportion of cells that are from a taxonomic group
For functional groups (e.g. gene families), abundance is defined as the average copy-number of the function per cell
the abundance of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) was estimated across human gut metagenomes
Samples with an abundance of zero were assigned the smallest non-zero value
the average abundance of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) was compared to the average abundance
of other groups at the same functional or taxonomic level
The prevalence of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) across gut microbiome samples:
is defined at the percent of samples where Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) is found
the prevalence of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) was estimated across human gut metagenomes at different abundance thresholds
the prevalence of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) at a minimum abundance of 0.001 was compared to the prevalence
of other groups at the same functional or taxonomic level.
Association of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) abundance with clinical phenotypes:
Wilcoxon rank-sum tests
were performed to determine if the abundance of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) was different between cases and controls for several diseases (see table)
For each disease, case and control individuals were selected from the same country and individuals with co-morbities were excluded
See the documentation for more information on these cohorts
p_value indicates whether there is a significant difference in the abundance of Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) between cases and controls
rank and percentile indicate how the p_value for Clostridium saccharolyticum (ref-1601) compares to other functional or taxonomic groups
For example, a percentile of 5.0 indicates your p_value was more significant than 95% of other functions or taxa
| pheno || country || case_n || ctrl_n || case_mean || ctrl_mean || p_value || rank || percentile |
|Type II diabetes||Denmark||75||277||0.000471183139178||0.000156076968123||0.398272665307||275||61.5213|
|Type II diabetes||China||183||185||9.24037288074e-05||7.21424447035e-05||0.855812468281||381||89.4366|
|Type II diabetes||Sweden||53||92||0.000125029402134||7.71680093945e-05||0.905629705703||409||93.8073|
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Nayfach S, Fischbach MA, Pollard KS.
MetaQuery: a web server for rapid annotation and quantitative analysis of specific genes in the human gut microbiome.