TABLE 4.

Occurrence of different bacterial groups within mucus of patients with elevated concentrations of mucosal bacteriaa

Bacterial group found
AlwaysIn up to 80% of patientsIn 40 to 60% of patientsIn 20 to 40% of patientsIn less than 20% of patients or singularly
Eubacterium rectaleAtoprobium-CoriobacteriumEnterobacteriacaeClostridium histolyticumBrachyspira
Bacteroides-PrevotellaRuminococcus bromiiLachnospira multiparaClostridium lituseburense
Bacteroides fragilisEnterococcus faecalisBifidobacteriumRuminococcus flavefaciensRuminococcus obeum-like bacteria
Bacteroides distasonisFirmicutesStreptococcus
Fusobacterium prausnitziiEnterococcusVeillonella
ActinobacteriaArcobacterLactobacillus and Enterococcus
Phascolarctobacterium faeciumCytophage flavobacteria
Eubacterium hallii
  • a An elevated concentration was >109 cells/ml.