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Table 4 OTUs in the more complex community dataset that displayed differential abundances over the course of 2 weeks of storage at room temperature

From: Latitude in sample handling and storage for infant faecal microbiota studies: the elephant in the room?

  Mean reads (% of dataset total) at:      Significant after a MHC?
OTU 4 h 2 weeks Exponentiated coefficient 2.5 % CI 97.5 % CI P value
Bifidobacterium1 6.82 7.25 1.0005 1.0001 1.0010 0.022 No
Enterobacter 0.89 6.44 1.0031 1.0009 1.0053 0.006 No
Bifidobacterium3 2.84 3.96 1.0012 1.0005 1.0018 <0.001 Yes
Bacteroides2 1.32 2.38 1.0013 1.0004 1.0022 0.005 No
Prevotella 2.20 0.14 0.9910 0.9876 0.9945 <0.001 Yes
Subdoligranulum 1.49 0.80 0.9978 0.9964 0.9992 0.002 No
Peptostreptococcaceae1 1.82 0.83 0.9974 0.9962 0.9986 <0.001 Yes
Peptostreptococcaceae2 0.77 1.93 1.0022 1.0012 1.0032 <0.001 Yes
Anaerostipes1 1.66 0.79 0.9987 0.9978 0.9996 0.004 No
Veillonella 1.08 0.55 0.9951 0.9936 0.9966 <0.001 Yes
Ruminococcus 1.12 1.40 1.0008 1.0002 1.0013 0.004 No
Pseudobutyrivibrio 1.38 0.18 0.9957 0.9938 0.9977 <0.001 Yes
  1. The OTUs shown shift significantly in abundance in the more complex faecal community dataset over two weeks of storage at room temperature. Column descriptors as noted for Table 3