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Additional file 7 of Toothbrush microbiomes feature a meeting ground for human oral and environmental microbiota

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posted on 2021-02-01, 04:17 authored by Ryan A. Blaustein, Lisa-Marie Michelitsch, Adam J. Glawe, Hansung Lee, Stefanie Huttelmaier, Nancy Hellgeth, Sarah Ben Maamar, Erica M. Hartmann
Additional file 6: Table S3. ARG protein families detected on toothbrushes and in the subset of HMP-II oral samples. Drug class and mechanism of resistance are in accordance with the Comprehensive Antibiotic Resistance Database [24]. Sample detection frequency, RPKM mean and standard error, and GLM p and q values are listed. ARGs enriched (q < 0.05) in toothbrush or oral samples are indicated in blue and green font, respectively.


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