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Fig. 5 | Microbiome

Fig. 5

From: Gastric bypass surgery in a rat model alters the community structure and functional composition of the intestinal microbiota independently of weight loss

Fig. 5

Functional changes in the intestinal microbiota after RYGB. For pathway maps: rectangles—protein functions with cluster of orthologous groups code; red—greater presence in RYGB; pink—tendency to greater presence in RYGB; dark blue—greater presence in sham; light blue—some evidence of greater presence in sham; khaki—protein function detected; white—protein function not detected. Selected metabolites ellipsis. Red—significantly higher concentrations in RYGB; pink—trend in higher concentration in RYGB; blue—significantly higher concentrations in sham; khaki—detected but non-significant. (****P < .0001, ***P < .001, **P < .01, *P < .05). a Whole microbiota metabolic pathway of arginine metabolism (modified KEGG 00220 map) in the cecum content. b Whole microbiota metabolic pathway of arginine metabolism (modified KEGG map 00220) in the colon content. c Whole microbiota metabolic pathway histidine metabolism (modified KEGG map 00340). d Whole microbiota metabolic pathway cysteine metabolism (modified KEGG map 00270) (error bars are SEM)

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