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Data from: C-section increases cecal abundance of the archetypal bile acid and glucocorticoid modifying Lachnoclostridium [Clostridium] scindens in mice

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posted on 2024-02-13, 15:26 authored by Sean H. Adams, Xiawei Ou

Statistics summary of cecal microbiota taxa patterns, derived from cecal contents of 3 wk old male and female mice.

Cesarian section births are commonplace in many countries, but the physiological ramifications for offspring born to C-section are not fully elaborated. One aspect that is believed to change is the composition of the naturally-occurring bacteria in the gut, the ‘gut microbiota.’ However, it is not yet clear if birth mode per se causes changes in the gut microbiota and their activities, or if additional factors such as environment, diet, or genetics play a more important role. To address this, in the current study in mice, as many variables as possible were controlled in order to understand if C-section inherently leads to bacterial species changes in the lower intestine. The dataset represents the statistical comparisons between C-section and vaginal birth offspring at 3 wk of age.


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  • Resource Title: Data from: C-section increases cecal abundance of the archetypal bile acid and glucocorticoid modifying Lachnoclostridium [Clostridium] scindens in mice.

    File Name: Supplemental Materials 1, C-Section Mouse Model, 12-9-21.xlsx

    Resource Description: Statistics summary of cecal microbiota taxa patterns, derived from cecal contents of 3 wk old male and female mice

Funding

USDA-ARS: 6026-51000-010-05S

History

Data contact name

Adams, Sean H.

Data contact email

shadams@ucdavis.edu

Publisher

Ag Data Commons

Temporal Extent Start Date

2021-12-17

Theme

  • Not specified

Geographic Coverage

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Geographic location - description

Little Rock, Arkansas

ISO Topic Category

  • biota
  • health

National Agricultural Library Thesaurus terms

statistics; intestinal microorganisms; males; females; mice; bile acids; glucocorticoids; Clostridium; microbiome

Pending citation

  • No

Public Access Level

  • Public

Preferred dataset citation

Adams, Sean H.; Ou, Xiawei (2021). Data from: C-section increases cecal abundance of the archetypal bile acid and glucocorticoid modifying Lachnoclostridium [Clostridium] scindens in mice. Ag Data Commons. https://doi.org/10.15482/USDA.ADC/1524407

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