MOESM5 of Discordant transmission of bacteria and viruses from mothers to babies at birth

Additional file 4: Figure S4. VirSorter viral contig transmission analysis. Analyses of VirSorter contigs were performed as in Fig. 4. (A) The number of infant VirSorter viral contigs shared with their mother (top), and their proportion out of the total infant virome (VirSorter identified) is shown (bottom). Percent of infant VirSorter contigs that are shared with their mother is shown in blue and infant only VirSorter contigs are shown in green. (B) Average VirSorter contig proportion of mothers’ virome that is shared with infant or unique to the mother. (C) Average VirSorter contig proportion of infant virome that is shared with mother by delivery route. Statistical significance assessed by Mann-Whitney test. (D) Average VirSorter contig proportion of maternal virome that is shared with infant by delivery route. Statistical significance assessed by Mann-Whitney test. (E) Plot of the number of infant shared VirSorter viral contigs vs. the total number of maternal VirSorter contigs. Linear regression line fit to data is shown.