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FIGURE 3: Phylogenetic composition of bacterial taxa at the phylum, class, and family level among IBD patients and non-IBD controls. Relative abundances (%) of common bacterial taxa (> 1% abundance) at phylum (A), class (B), and family (C) levels. (D) For a better analysis and visualization, comparisons in the relative abundances at the family level between groups were performed using Log-transformed values. Each data point corresponds to a sample and horizontal lines to the means. Only taxa in which significant differences were found are shown. Significance: * p< 0.05, ** p< 0.005, *** p< 0.0005, Kruskal-Wallis & Dunn's tests.

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