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Figure 4: Quantitative analysis of the thickness of the inner mucus layer. The thickness of the inner mucus layer was similar in distal but different in both middle (ANOVA, P = 0.001) and proximal (P = 0.004) colons among control (C) and antibiotic-treated (L, M, H) groups. The L, M, and H represent groups of mice that received 0.5 g streptomycin-bacitracin, 1 g streptomycin-bacitracin, and 1.5 g streptomycin-bacitracin treatment, respectively. Asterisks (*) indicate significantly different groups (Tukey's test, P < 0.05). Each bar represents the average thickness of 27 measurements from 3 mice

Figure 4: Quantitative analysis of the thickness of the inner mucus layer. The thickness of the inner mucus layer was similar in distal but different in both middle (ANOVA, <i>P</i> = 0.001) and proximal (<i>P</i> = 0.004) colons among control (C) and antibiotic-treated (L, M, H) groups. The L, M, and H represent groups of mice that received 0.5 g streptomycin-bacitracin, 1 g streptomycin-bacitracin, and 1.5 g streptomycin-bacitracin treatment, respectively. Asterisks (*) indicate significantly different groups (Tukey's test, <i>P</i> < 0.05). Each bar represents the average thickness of 27 measurements from 3 mice