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Table 2 Laboratory measurements and their strongly associated bacteria in OC-COPD. Bacteria that could not be classified to the genus level are listed at the lowest taxonomic level that could be confidently identified. Bacteria in bold are negatively associated with the laboratory measurement, indicating that higher microbial abundance is associated with lower measurement level

From: Measuring associations between the microbiota and repeated measures of continuous clinical variables using a lasso-penalized generalized linear mixed model

Percent Neutrophils (O1) BUN (O2) IGM (O3) Partial Pressure of Oxygen (O4) SAT (O5) Alkaline Phosphatase (O6) SGOT (O7) SGPT (O8) Cholesterol (O9) Glucose (O10)
Bacteroidales (order) Aerococcaceae (family) Pseudomonas Bacillus Bacillus Bifidobacteriaceae (family) Bacillales (order) Rothia Micrococcaceae (family) Rothia
S-24 (family in Bacteroidales order) Enterococcus   Pseudomonas Pseudomonas Weeksellaceae (family) Lachnospiraceae (family) Scardovia Porphyromonas Porphyromonas
Clostridiaceae Streptococcus     Gemellales (order) Moryella Clostridiales (order) Prevotella Tannerella
Oribacterium Lachnospiraceae (family)     Gemellaceae (family) Oribacterium Lachnospiraceae (family) Catonella Prevotella
Oscillospira      Granulicatella Peptostrepto-coccus Moryella Filifactor Gemellaceae (family)
Ruminococcus      Lactobacillus Eikenella Oribacterium Peptostreptococcus Lactobacillus
Phascolactobacterium      Eikenella Neisseria Schwartzia Mogibacteriaceae (family) Peptostrepto-coccaceae (family)
Succinivibrio      Neisseria Cardiobacterium Succinivibrio TG-5 (member of Dethiosulfovibronaceae family) Peptostrepto-coccus
      Aggregatibacter    TM-7.3 Veillonella
         Mycoplasma Mogibacteriaceae (family)
          TG-5 (member of Dethiosulfovibro-naceae family)
          Mycoplasma