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Fig. 6 | BMC Gastroenterology

Fig. 6

From: Changes in microbiota composition, bile and fatty acid metabolism, in successful faecal microbiota transplantation for Clostridioides difficile infection

Fig. 6

Faecal fatty acid levels are correlated with the abundance of several bacterial genera. Shown is the heat map of the Spearman correlations between faecal fatty acids (columns) and bacterial genus log-ratio abundance (rows). Column annotation: fold R vs D: fold-change of faecal fatty acids between recipients (“R”) and donors (“D”); red: > 1; green < 1. CAG1-4: Spearman correlation of fatty acid levels with log-ratio abundance of bacterial CAGs (Fig. 2). White: negative correlation, dark green: positive correlation. Row annotation: Left: Fold change of bacterial abundance between individuals pre-FMT (R) and donors (D). Right: CAG-membership for each bacterial genus. Colours for both as in Fig. 2

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