TABLE 2.

Sequence identities of PCR amplicons derived from DGGE gels

SequenceaSequence length in bp (% ambiguity)Organism with highest sequence homology, sequence accession no. (% homology)b
TI1193 (3.1) Bacteroides fragilis, EF067826 (96)
TI2182 (0) Desulfococcus multivorans, AF418173 (99)
TI3180 (1.6) Bacteroides vulgatus, AM042696 (100)
TI4185 (0)Intestinal bacterial clone, DQ441271 (99)
TI5178 (0)Intestinal bacterial clone, EF404525 (98)
TI6235 (2.4) Mycoplasma faecium, AF125590 (97)
TI7215 (3.3) Clostridium fallax, M59088 (92)
TI8199 (5.4) Vibrio campbellii, X74692
TI9230 (0) Clostridium acetobutylicum, AM231182 (99)
AC1215 (3.2) Eubacterium rectale, AY804151 (97)
AC2179 (3.4) Comamonas terrigena, AB021418 (98)
AC3217 (5.1)Environmental bacterial clone, AY879308 (94)
AC4194 (3.9) Lactobacillus plantarum, DQ239695 (97)
AC5183 (0) Enterococcus faecalis, AM157433 (98)
AC6191 (1.0) Bacteroides fragilis, X83935 (96)
AC7210 (0) Ruminococcus sp., AY442822 (100)
AC8202 (3.0)Intestinal bacterial clone, DQ100449 (96)
AC9236 (3.9) Clostridium innocuum, DQ440561 (97)
TC1186 (0) Lactobacillus rhamnosus, DQ010418 (93)
TC2167 (0) Bifidobacterium breve, AY267190 (98)
TC3191 (0) Bacteroides fragilis, X83935 (96)
TC4180 (1.1) Bacteroides vulgatus, AM042696 (98)
TC5200 (1.5) Eubacterium rectale, AY804152 (98)
TC6184 (0) Enterococcus faecalis, AY692453
DC1179 (2.2) Bifidobacterium pseudolongum, AB186304 (97)
DC2183 (0) Lactobacillus acidophilus, M58802 99
DC3198 (0) Lactobacillus fermentum, AY373589 (97)
DC4183 (0) Lactobacillus salivarius, AY389804 (98)
DC5176 (0) Clostridium clostridioforme, M59089 (100)
DC6198 (1.5) Lactobacillus fermentum, AY373589 (97)
DC7226 (0)Intestinal bacterial clone, EF403114 (100)
DC8289 (0) Clostridium fallax, AY208919 (100)
DC9177 (1.7) Enterococcus faecalis, AJ301831
DC10163 (0) Bifidobacterium infantis, AY151398
DC11240 (0) Bifidobacterium breve, M84776 (100)
  • a TI, terminal ileum; AC, ascending colon; TC, transverse colon; DC, descending colon.

  • b Homology is to sequences in EMBL database. Percent similarity values are based on pair-wise alignments.