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Review Article

Lower Level of Bacteroides in the Gut Microbiota Is Associated with Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Meta-Analysis

Table 2

(a) Mean Bacteroides levels in different types of IBD patients (continuous data). (b) Bacteroides detection rate in different types of IBD patients (dichotomous data).
(a)

First author
Andoh [23]Andoh [15]Sokol [19]Swidsinski [20]Swidsinski [21]Takaishi [22]

Year201120122006200220052008
MethodT-RFLPT-RFLPFISHConventional cultureFISH
Bacteroides levels in CD patients
Bacteroides levels in UC patientsNA
Bacteroides levels in IC patientsNANANA
Bacteroides levels in control group0

CD = Crohn’s disease, UC = ulcerative colitis, IC = indeterminate colitis, and NA = no data available; : QPCR: Real-Time Quantitative PCR.
(b)

First author
Ashorn [16]Basset [17]Kleessen [18]

Year200920042002
Patients with CD (total)11 (18)3 (10)7 (15)
Patients with UC (total)15 (36)4 (18)8 (22)
Patients with IC (total)4 (4)1 (4)(NA)
Patients in control group (total)(NA)8 (32)6 (15)

CD = Crohn’s disease, UC = ulcerative colitis, IC = indeterminate colitis, and NA = no data available.

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