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KEYWORDS ASD, gut microbiota, 16S sequencing, operational taxonomic units, KEGG 2 Abstract Purpose The aim of this study was to evaluate the occurrence and clinical characteristics of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) associated to the stable state of the gut microbiota. Methods A total of 9 children with ASD and 6 healthy children used as control were selected and feces samples were collected from all of them. The 16S gene ribosomal RNA sequencing was used to analyze the difference in gutdoi:10.21203/rs.2.16845/v2 fatcat:shrdi76q4zh75bbiru6lmjeaiy