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Table 4 Global balances in jejunal bacterial communities highly predictive for secondary bile acids

From: Diet-induced changes in bacterial communities in the jejunum and their associations with bile acids in Angus beef cattle

Bile acids Numerator Denominator R-squared
Glycodeoxycholic_acid f_Clostridiaceae|g_SMB53 f_Peptostreptococcaceae|g_Clostridium 0.895
Glycolithocholic_acid f_Lachnospiraceae|g_Epulopiscium f_Lactobacillaceae|g_Lactobacillus 0.863
f_Staphylococcaceae|g_Staphylococcus
Glycoursodeoxycholic_acid f_Succinivibrionaceae|g_Succinivibrio f_Veillonellaceae|g_Selenomonas 0.808
Taurodeoxycholic_acid f_Enterococcaceae|g_Enterococcus f_Turicibacteraceae|g_Turicibacter 0.825
Taurolithocholic_acid f_Enterococcaceae|g_Enterococcus o_Bacillales 0.92
f_RFP12
Total of tauroursodeoxycholic/taurohyodeoxycholic acid f_Enterococcaceae|g_Enterococcus f_Peptostreptococcaceae 0.773
f_Peptostreptococcaceae|g_Clostridium
  1. “o,” “f,” and “g” denote taxonomic levels of order, family, and genus of the taxa, respectively. The balance (ratio) of the abundances of the bacteria in the numerator divided by the denominator works as a microbial signature that had a strong predictive power for the corresponding bile acids in this table