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Fig. 4 | Microbiome

Fig. 4

From: Structure and function of the healthy pre-adolescent pediatric gut microbiome

Fig. 4

Differences in KEGG pathway profiles contribute to the differentiation of children and adults. a PCoA of KEGG pathway profiles from healthy children and adults (n = 22 children, 22 adults; Bray-Curtis dissimilarity). The percent variation captured by each axis is indicated in parenthesis, and an Adonis test of age group is presented. b KEGG pathways associated with anti-inflammatory properties were significantly enriched or trended toward enrichment in children. c KEGG pathways associated with pro-inflammatory processes, adiposity, and aging were significantly enriched in adults (White’s non-parametric t-test)

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