Research Paper Volume 12, Issue 6 pp 4778—4793

Transplant of microbiota from long-living people to mice reduces aging-related indices and transfers beneficial bacteria

Figure 4. Significant differences in bacteria in different groups after transplantation (%): Probiotics were significantly greater in abundance in the L group than in E group. (A) Lactobacillus, (B) Bifidobacterium. Short chain fatty acid producers were greater in abundance in the L group than in E group are shown as box plots: (C) Roseburia, (D) Faecalibacterium, (E) Ruminococcus, (F) Coprococcus. (G) Phascolarctobacterium and (H) Blautia were more abundant in the E group. The opportunistic pathogen significant higher in E group: Bilophila wadsworthia (I) *p<0.05, **p<0.01 by LEfSe analysis.