Decreasing Paraprevotella Genus

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Disease

  • “early-stage primary biliary cirrhosis  were enriched in some bacterial taxa containing opportunistic pathogens, such as γ-Proteobacteria, Enterobacteriaceae, Neisseriaceae, Spirochaetaceae, Veillonella, Streptococcus, Klebsiella, Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae, Anaeroglobus geminatus, Enterobacter asburiae, Haemophilus parainfluenzae, Megasphaera micronuciformis and Paraprevotella clara. ” [2016]
  • “Substance Abuse Disorders… At the genus level, bacteria from Bacteroides (24.20% vs 33.97%), Faecalibacterium (5.62% vs 6.93%), Alistipes (1.21% vs 2.49%), Gemmiger(0.49% vs 1.68%), Clostridium XI (0.77% vs 1.83%), Escherichia/Shigella(0.99% vs 1.65%), Dialister (0.43% vs 0.98%), Paraprevotella (0.19% vs 0.72%), Megasphaera (0.23% vs 0.70%), Haemophilus (0.37% vs 0.80%), Parabacteroides (1% vs 1.29%), Barnesiella (0.26% vs 0.53%), and Blautia(0.44% vs 0.48%) were less abundant ” [2017]
  • ” Liver disease whereas Akkermansia spp. (1 OTU), Alistipes spp. (29 OTUs), Barnesiella spp. (75 OTUs), Blautia spp. (1 OTU), Lactobacillus spp. (5 OTUs), Odoribacter spp. (73 OTUs), Parabacteroides spp. (2 OTUs), Paraprevotella spp. (21 OTUs), Parasutterella spp. (35 OTUs), Prevotella spp. (54 OTUs) were significantly decreased.” [2016]
  • “at the genus level, bacteria from Bacteroides (26.62% vs 37.02%), Megamonas (5.27% vs 7.35%), Gemmiger (0.44% vs 2.06%), Escherichia/Shigella (1.10% vs 2.45%), Alistipes (1.17% vs 2.22%), Parabacteroides (1.07% vs 1.80%), Paraprevotella (0.23% vs 0.76%), Dialister (0.47% vs 1.00%), Haemophilus (0.50% vs 0.90%), Veillonella(0.57% vs 0.69%), Blautia (0.36% vs 0.55%), Megasphaera (0.25% vs 0.51%), Parasutterella (0.19% vs 0.47%), and Clostridium XlVa (1.05% vs 1.07%) were less abundant
  • “At the level of genus, hypoxia resulted in significant greater values of Paraprevotella and Prevotella, and smaller ones of Odoribacter and Bacteroides (according to the Bacteroidetes Genera), and in the case of the Firmicutes genera, smaller abundances of Turicibacter, rc4-4, Oscillospira and Allobaculum, than the control group ” [2014]

Diet

  • “Stool microbiome analysis from rice bran group showed significant genus level increases in Methanobrevibacter, Paraprevotella, uminococcus, and Bifidobacterium compared to the control group,”

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