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Hafnia ⇒ Bacteroidota {10000165}

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  • [1.1] [#Antibiotic Therapy
    - Bacteroidota, are well-adapted to their human host and can be extremely persistent across individuals, families, and geographic areas. As their human host grow up, these bacteria are able to persist in the gut by switching to different nutrition sources. The researchers named these bacteria “tenacious”. However, tenacious bacteria are the most likely to be lost from the microbiota after antibiotic use
  • [1.2] [#Human breast milk
    - #Phosphatidylserine has implications for brain development in #Infants > induce major shifts in #Bacillota (#Firmicutes): Bacteroidota (#Bacteroidetes) ratio in human gut microbiomes. - #Clostridia and #Veillonella genera > use #Phosphatidylserine as a substrate to catalyse phosphatidylethanolamine and plasmenylethanolamine, both by employing respective phospholipid decarboxylase activities.
  • [1.3] [#Actinobacteria
    - #Anorexia nervosa > lowered Actinobacteriota and Bacteroidota counts. - Among families of bacteria, #Christensenellaceae species, particularly CAG-138, showed the most significant enrichment in AN.
  • [1.4] [#Major depressive disorder
    - in MDD > Changes observed in lipoproteins, were consistent with the differential composition of gut microbiota belonging to the order #Clostridiales and the phyla #Proteobacteria/Pseudomonadota and #Bacteroidetes/Bacteroidota.
  • [1.5] [#Prevotellaceae
    - Four taxa were found to be significantly higher in blueberry treatments compared to no blueberry controls, i.e., two Actinobacteriota and listed as uncultured from the order #Coriobacteriales, one from the phylum Bacteroidota family Prevotellaceae_UCG-001, and one from the #Firmicutes family #Anaerovoracaceae XIII_UCG-001.

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