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Table 3 Real data: selection results using a BFDR of 0.1

From: An integrative Bayesian Dirichlet-multinomial regression model for the analysis of taxonomic abundances in microbiome data

KEGG ID Pathway Taxa MPPI β pj
ko04660 T cell receptor signaling pathway g.Subdoligranulum 1.00 0.40
ko04512 ECM-receptor interaction g.Subdoligranulum 1.00 0.44
ko00680 Methane metabolism g.Sutterella 1.00 -1.47
ko05200 Pathways in cancer o.Bacteroidales 1.00 -1.04
ko04540 Gap junction o.Bacteroidales 1.00 -0.92
ko00534 Glycosaminoglycan biosynthesis g.Ruminococcus 1.00 -0.56
ko00053 Ascorbate and aldarate metabolism g.Ruminococcus 1.00 -0.46
ko00650 Butanoate metabolism g.Ruminococcus 1.00 -0.55
ko00513 Various types of N-glycan biosynthesis g.Parabacteroides 1.00 0.54
ko00500 Starch and sucrose metabolism g.Parabacteroides 1.00 -0.61
ko00904 Diterpenoid biosynthesis g.Dialister 1.00 -1.21
ko00360 Phenylalanine metabolism g.Dialister 1.00 -2.18
ko00626 Naphthalene degradation g.Bacteroides 1.00 0.39
ko00010 Glycolysis / Gluconeogenesis g.Bacteroides 1.00 -0.57
ko00513 Various types of N-glycan biosynthesis g.Prevotella 1.00 0.77
ko00512 Mucin type O-Glycan biosynthesis g.Prevotella 1.00 -1.06
ko00620 Pyruvate metabolism g.Prevotella 1.00 -1.76
ko04340 Hedgehog signaling pathway g.Ruminococcus 1.00 0.45
ko04660 T cell receptor signaling pathway g.Roseburia 1.00 0.46
ko00983 Drug metabolism g.Sutterella 1.00 -1.20
ko00260 Glycine, serine and threonine metabolism o.Bacteroidales 1.00 0.88
ko00330 Arginine and proline metabolism g.Ruminococcus 0.99 0.39
ko01057 Biosynthesis of type II polyketide products o.Bacteroidales 0.99 0.76
ko00620 Pyruvate metabolism g.Ruminococcus 0.99 0.56
ko00920 Sulfur metabolism f.Prevotellaceae 0.99 1.36
ko00010 Glycolysis/Gluconeogenesis o.Clostridiales 0.98 0.54
  1. The text in the KEGG column is hyperlinked to the KEGG orthology database for a more complete description of the selected pathways. Taxa names start with “g.”, “f.” or “o.” which stand for genus, family, or order, respectively, and correspond to the lowest taxonomic classification available
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