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Fig 8. | BMC Genomics

Fig 8.

From: IL-17 signalling restructures the nasal microbiome and drives dynamic changes following Streptococcus pneumoniae colonization

Fig 8.

Sparse correlation analysis of Firmicutes within nasal microbiome after pneumococcal colonization at day 7 in WT animals (a) and IL-17RA knockout (KO) animals at day 15 (b). As Fig. 7, but just showing OTUs belonging to the Firmicutes and grouped by family as shown. OTU2, the infecting pneumococcal strain is shown highlighted with a blue dot. Inserted figures are pseudo-p values showing the proportion of 100 resampled matrices of the original data that had SparCC correlation values more extreme than shown here; p < 0.05 was taken as significant

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