Research Paper Volume 11, Issue 10 pp 3262—3279

Abnormal gut microbiota composition contributes to cognitive dysfunction in streptozotocin-induced diabetic mice

Figure 6. ROC curves of various gut microbes for the diagnosis of diabetes-induced cognitive dysfunction. (A) Phylum Actinobacteria (AUC = 0.800). (B) Class Gammaproteobacteria (AUC = 0.680). (C) Class Mollicutes (AUC = 0.800). (D) Order Enterobacteriales (AUC = 0.640). (E) Order Lactobacillales (AUC = 0.600). (F) Family Aerococcaceae (AUC = 0.660). (G) Family Odoribacteraceae (AUC = 0.600). (H) Family Porphyromonadaceae (AUC = 0.710). (I) Family Prevotellaceae (AUC = 0.520). (J) Family Rikenellaceae (AUC = 0.520). (K) Genus Aerococcus (AUC = 0.660). (L) Genus Helicobacter (AUC = 0.510). (M) Genus Odoribacter (AUC = 0.700). (N) Genus Parabacteroides (AUC = 0.710). (O) Genus Unclassified (AUC = 0.510). (P) Species Parabacteroides distasonis (AUC = 0.630). AUC: area under the curve; ROC: receiver operating characteristic.