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Research Article

Probiotics and the Microbiome in Celiac Disease: A Randomised Controlled Trial

Table 5

Bonferroni-adjusted pairwise comparisons of predominant bacteria measures that changed significantly with time.

Predominant bacteriaWeekMeanSDLower CI (95%)Upper CI (95%)Multiple comparison

Bifidobacteria sp.15.40 E70.4120.4432.1091 vs 12 
124.12 E70.3863.3404.904

Escherichia coli13.662 E70.2653.1294.1951 vs 12 
124.551 E70.4053.7135.349

Mean counts expressed as E7 CFU/g (e.g., 5.40 E7 is read as 54 million colony forming units per gram of faeces).