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Table 5 Difference between lesion grades in log odds of finding Treponema species across lesion grades assuming no relationships or dependence among species

From: Associations between digital dermatitis lesion grades in dairy cattle and the quantities of four Treponema species

Lesion Comparisona Species
T. denticola T. medium T. pedis T. phagedenis
M0–M1 −0.77 −19.72 −2.55* −3.28**
M0–M2 −3.86*** −19.80 −2.82*** −3.26***
M0–M3 −4.96*** 0.00 −0.37 16.49
M0–M4 −3.95 −20.26 −3.69* −20.65
M0–M4.1 −3.52** −18.94 −1.99ǂ −3.64***
M1–M2 −3.09ǂ −0.08 −0.27 0.03
M1–M3 −4.19** 19.72 2.17 19.77
M1–M4 −3.18 −0.54 −1.14 −17.36
M1–M4.1 −2.75 0.78 0.56 −0.35
M2–M3 −1.10 19.80 2.44* 19.74
M2–M4 −0.09 −0.46 −0.87 −17.39
M2–M4.1 0.34 0.86 0.82 −0.38
M3–M4 1.01 −20.26 −3.31 −37.13
M3–M4.1 1.44 −18.94 −1.62 −20.12
M4–M4.1 0.43 1.32 1.70 17.01
  1. aNegative value indicates lesion grade on the left is exp(log odds) times less likely to contain the given species; positive value indicates lesion grade on the left is exp(log odds) times more likely to contain the given species.
  2. P < 0.05, ** P < 0.01, *** P < 0.001, ǂ 0.051 < P < 0.90.