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Table 2 Functional assemblage having the largest relative abundance for each functional category

From: Revealing the microbial assemblage structure in the human gut microbiome using latent Dirichlet allocation

Functional category Functional assemblage
Biosynthesis of other secondary metabolites B-assemblage(ko)
Carbohydrate metabolism B-assemblage(ko)
Lipid metabolism B-assemblage(ko)
Transport and catabolism B-assemblage(ko)
Digestive system B-assemblage(ko)
Endocrine system B-assemblage(ko)
Glycan biosynthesis and metabolism B-assemblage(ko)
Environmental adaptation B-assemblage(ko)
Energy metabolism P-assemblage(ko)
Endocrine and metabolic diseases P-assemblage(ko)
Immune diseases P-assemblage(ko)
Infectious diseases P-assemblage(ko)
Metabolism of other amino acids P-assemblage(ko)
Metabolism of terpenoids and polyketides P-assemblage(ko)
Nervous system P-assemblage(ko)
Excretory system P-assemblage(ko)
Folding, sorting, and degradation P-assemblage(ko)
Transcription R-assemblage(ko)
Amino acid metabolism R-assemblage(ko)
Metabolism of cofactors and vitamins R-assemblage(ko)
Membrane transport R-assemblage(ko)
Cell communication R-assemblage(ko)
Signaling molecules and interaction R-assemblage(ko)
Xenobiotics biodegradation and metabolism R-assemblage(ko)
Immune system C-assemblage(ko)
Nucleotide metabolism C-assemblage(ko)
Neurodegenerative diseases C-assemblage(ko)
Substance dependence C-assemblage(ko)
Replication and repair C-assemblage(ko)
Signal transduction C-assemblage(ko)
Cell motility C-assemblage(ko)
Cell growth and death C-assemblage(ko)
Translation C-assemblage(ko)
Cardiovascular diseases C-assemblage(ko)
Cancers C-assemblage(ko)
  1. Each functional assemblage is indicated by the name of the corresponding microbial assemblage with (ko) appended