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Table 2 Differences of relative abundance of predominant bacteria by genus

From: Plaque biofilm microbial diversity in infants aged 12 months and their mothers with or without dental caries: a pilot study

Predominant genus MEG & MCG CEG & CCG MEG & CEG MCG & CCG
Capnocytophaga 0.514 0.057 0.027* 0.326
Prevotella 0.688 0.58 0.024* 0.002*
Neisseria 0.190 0.422 0.083 0.216
Fusobacterium 0.992 0.639 0.032* 0.086
Corynebacterium 0.522 0.623 0.032* 0.375
Leptotrichi 0.876 0.642 0.853 0.663
Streptococcus 0.605 0.131 0.023* 0.188
Kingella 0.535 0.447 0.009* 0.176
Selenomonas 0.436 0.703 0.002* 0.001*
Lautropia 0.975 0.014* 0.078 0.435
Campylobacter 0.090 0.729 0.005* 0.113
Veillonella 0.964 0.568 0.595 0.254
Actinomyces 0.993 0.305 0.489 0.092
Porphyromonas 0.865 0.715 0.795 0.783
Treponema 0.485 0.998 0.012* 0.002*
Paraprevotellacea 0.794 0.481 0.738 0.912
Rothia 0.656 0.584 0.108 0.089
  1. *p value <0.05, showed that significant abundance difference of dominant bacteria was found among four groups
  2. MEG Mothers in the exposure group, CEG Children in the exposure group, MCG Mothers in the control group, CCG Children in the control group