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Fig. 3 | Microbiome

Fig. 3

From: Clustering co-abundant genes identifies components of the gut microbiome that are reproducibly associated with colorectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease

Fig. 3

Association of individual microbes with CRC (a, c) and IBD (b, d). a and b show the estimated coefficient of abundance for individual CAGs with disease status (log10 mean and 90% confidence intervals, left panel), the taxonomic assignment (middle panel), and functional assignment (right panel) of genes within each of those CAGs. c and d show the number of genes from disease-associated CAGs that are found within bacterial genomes from NCBI RefSeq, showing both the total number of genes for each genome, as well as a heatmap showing which disease-associated genes are found in which genomes

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