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Core microbiome analysis.

By Aleksander Mahnic (6107273) and Maja Rupnik (384293)


<p>The core microbiome is shown as a percent of samples (%) that include the corresponding percent (%) of fungal (red) and bacterial (blue) OTUs. To the right is the list of bacterial (n = 9) and fungal (n = 1) OTUs, which meet the criteria for inclusion into the core community. We compared our observed core taxa with four other studies also reporting core communities (information on studied cohorts and core community inclusion criteria are included in Materials and Methods). The dot indicates that the core taxa identified in our cohort was also reported by respective study at genus or family taxonomic level.</p

Topics: Microbiology, Genetics, Evolutionary Biology, Ecology, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, lifestyle factors, Slovenian cohort, Bacterial community, Candida albicans, Different host factors, cohort Gut microbiota, interindividual variability, amplicon sequencing approach, core microbiome analysis, diversity, genera Penicillium, foodborne contaminations, microbiota composition, gut communities, questionnaire-based host covariates, core community, gut microbiota, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, genera Faecalibacterium
Year: 2018
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0209209.g003
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