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From: Enteric parasitic infection disturbs bacterial structure in Mexican children with autoantibodies for type 1 diabetes and/or celiac disease

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Fecal microbiota structure in Mexican children with positive T1D- or CD-associated antibodies (n = 22). a Weighted UniFrac distances between groups. b Bacterial relative abundance at genus level per participant. c Bacterial relative abundance according to their infection status by enteropathogenic parasites at phylum level and d at genus level (all phyla and genus with ≥ 1% of relative abundance were considered). e Linear Discriminant Analysis Effect Size (LEfSe) analysis is showing those OTUs that were significantly differentially abundant between autoimmune children infected or non-infected with Cyptosporidium and/or Cyclospora, ranked by effect size (all LDA scores > 2). Only IAA: Positives only for T1D-associated anti-insulin autoantibodies, Two Ab: Positives for 2 T1D and CD-associated autoantibodies, T1D: Type 1 diabetes, CD: Celiac disease, n: non-infected, i: infected with Cyptosporidium and/or Cyclospora, NS: non-significant (Student’s t test), p values ≤ 0.05 were considered significant

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