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Review Article

Association between Faecalibacterium prausnitzii Reduction and Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review of the Literature

Table 1

Characteristics of the included studies.

AuthorYearLocationSingle versus multicenter , total , IBD (CD/UC) , controlControl compositionMean age, IBD (CD/UC)Mean age, control

Machiels et al. [8]2013BelgiumSingle2140/12787Healthy controls4341.5
Varela et al. [12]2013SpainSingle1760/11631Healthy controls4032
Swidsinski et al. [13]2008GermanySingle42282/10532Healthy controls35/4140
Dörffel et al. [9]2012GermanySingle17150/025Healthy controls3948
Vermeiren et al. [14] 2012BelgiumSingle120/66Healthy controlsNot reportedNot reported
Joossens et al. [15]2011BelgiumSingle20768/055Healthy controlsNot reportedNot reported
Wang et al. [16]2013ChinaSingle7621/3421Healthy controlsNot reportedNot reported
Jia et al. [17]2010UKSingle7320/1418Healthy controlsNot reportedNot reported
Sokol et al. [18]2009FranceSingle13322/1327Healthy controls37/4036
Andoh et al. [19]2012JapanMulticenter18867/0121Healthy controls3032
Willing et al. [20]2009SwedenSingle206/06Healthy controlsNot reportedNot reported

IBD: inflammatory bowel disease; CD: Crohn’s disease; UC: ulcerative colitis.