Table 1.

Microbial taxa associated with adenomas in previous studies

StudyNumber of individuals with adenomasNumber of individuals without adenomasMicrobial taxa enriched in individuals with adenomasMicrobial taxa enriched in individuals without adenomasReference
12020Increased microbial diversity within the Clostridium leptum and C. coccoides subgroupsScanlan et al. 2008 (76)
22123Proteobacteria Dorea spp. Faecalibacterium spp.Bacteroidetes Bacteroides spp. Coprococcus sppShen et al. 2010 (40)
33338TM7 Cyanobacteria Verrucomicrobia Acidovorax Aquabacterium Cloacibacterium Helicobacter Lactococcus Lactobacillus PseudomonasStreptococcusSanapareddy et al. 2012 (77)
466Firmicutes ProteobacteriaBacteroidesBrim et al. 2013 (36)
54747Enterococcus Streptococcus BacteroidetesClostridium Roseburia EubacteriumChen et al. 2013 (37)
66748FusobacteriumMcCoy et al. 2013 (48)
71110Bifidobacterium Fusobacterium Enterobacteriaceae Akkermansia BlautiaMethanobacteriales Methanobrevibacterium FaecalibacteriumMira-Pascual et al. 2014 (49)
81515Bifidobacterium EubacteriaNugent et al. 2014 (78)
93030Ruminococcaceae Clostridium Pseudomonas PorphyromonadaceaeBacteroides Lachnospiraceae Clostridales ClostridiumZackular et al. 2014 (71)
102015Proteobacteria GammaproteobacteriaGoedert 2015 (72)