Lin L, Wen ZB, Lin DJ, Dong JT, Jin J, Meng F. Correlations between microbial communities in stool and clinical indicators in patients with metabolic syndrome. World J Clin Cases 2018; 6(4): 54-63 [PMID: 29670890 DOI: 10.12998/wjcc.v6.i4.54]
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ACE index: Used to assess species abundance, the larger the value, the higher the abundance; Simpson index: Used to assess species diversity, the larger the value, the higher the diversity; Shannon index: Used to assess species diversity, the larger the value, the lower the diversity.
Table 4 Relative abundance of top 9 genus in two groups and total samples
Group C (%)
Group D (%)
Total samples (%)
The top 9 genus was ranked according to the relative abundance in total samples, and their relative abundance in group C and group D was showed respectively.
Citation: Lin L, Wen ZB, Lin DJ, Dong JT, Jin J, Meng F. Correlations between microbial communities in stool and clinical indicators in patients with metabolic syndrome. World J Clin Cases 2018; 6(4): 54-63