Extended Data Fig. 1: Bacteroidetes protect against K. pneumoniae in the intestine. | Nature Microbiology

Extended Data Fig. 1: Bacteroidetes protect against K. pneumoniae in the intestine.

From: Commensal Bacteroidetes protect against Klebsiella pneumoniae colonization and transmission through IL-36 signalling

Extended Data Fig. 1

Experimental scheme: “ABX” = MNVA in drinking water; “CC” = commensal consortia inoculation by oral gavage (see Materials and Methods); “Kp” = K. pneumoniae oral inoculation; and “Sample” = fecal sampling day. Days relative to K. pneumoniae inoculation. Mice were orally inoculated with alternative intestinal Bacteroidetes consortium (5×108 CFU B. dorei and B. finegoldi) or Firmicutes (5×108 CFU L. reuteri and L. johnsonii) consortium (n=5 animals). Statistical comparison was by Mann-Whitney (two-tailed), horizontal lines indicate median values.

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