MOESM11 of Characterization of the non-glandular gastric region microbiota in Helicobacter suis-infected versus non-infected pigs identifies a potential role for Fusobacterium gastrosuis in gastric ulceration
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Additional file 11. Correlation between the number of colonizing F. gastrosuis bacteria per mg gastric tissue and the expression of markers for inflammation and ulceration. The data are presented as a scatter plot: each dot represents the individual data of a pig. The trendline shows the relationship between the relative mRNA expression of a marker for inflammation/ulceration and the log10 values of the number of F. gastrosuis bacteria per mg gastric tissue. y = equation of the trendline. r = Pearson correlation coefficient, calculated using SPSS Statistics 24. A r-value close to 1 indicates a strong, positive correlation, whereas a r-value of â1 indicates a strong, negative correlation. P-values lower than 0.05 are considered to be significant.