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From: Modeling environmental risk factors of autism in mice induces IBD-related gut microbial dysbiosis and hyperserotonemia

Fig. 2

Relative abundances of gut microbial taxa in ASD mice. Relative abundances of microbial taxa in CTL and ASD mice. The data are divided with respect to the pattern of dysbiosis reported in previous clinical studies on either children with ASD or patients with IBD. a Taxa reported to have been significantly a increased in children with ASD or b patients with IBD. c Taxa that are decreased in patients with IBD. d Taxa that are increased (Desulfovibrio) or decreased (Prevotella, F. prausnitzii, Oscillospira) in both ASD and IBD. Asterisks next to taxa names denote the statistical significance of the difference between CTL and each ASD experimental group. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001, ****p < 0.0001 vs. CTL. n = 9-14 in all experiments

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