Fig. 5 | Microbiome

Fig. 5

From: Toothbrush microbiomes feature a meeting ground for human oral and environmental microbiota

Fig. 5

Metagenome-assembled genomes containing ARGs were most often linked to environment-associated taxa. Columns correspond to ARGs detected among bins (n = 29 ARGs); bottom side color corresponds to drug class, and asterisk indicates that the ARG had been enriched by toothbrush or oral-associated metagenome sample type (Bonferroni q < 0.05). Rows correspond to bins with at least one ARG detected (i.e., 28/110 bins); toothbrush sample ID, bin number, and the predicted bacterial species are displayed. Oral-associated or not niche-specific categories were assigned based on whether the bacterial species (or genus) was more or less abundant on toothbrushes that contained primarily oral-derived microbiota, as predicted by SourceTracker [23]

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