Additional file 3: Figure S2. of Temporal bacterial and metabolic development of the preterm gut reveals specific signatures in health and disease

  • Christopher James Stewart (Creator)
  • Nicholas Embleton (Creator)
  • Emma Clare L Marrs (Creator)
  • Daniel C. Smith (Creator)
  • Andrew Nelson (Creator)
  • Bashir Abdulkadir (Creator)
  • Thomas Skeath (Contributor)
  • Joseph F. Petrosino (Creator)
  • John David Perry (Creator)
  • Janet E. Berrington (Creator)
  • Stephen Cummings (Contributor)

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Longitudinal development of the core (dashed lines) and satellite (solid lines) communities in each control infant. Core OTUs defined as OTUs present in every sample. Satellite OTUs are the remaining OTUs with the highest overall relative abundance. (PDF 150 kb)
Date made available29 Dec 2016
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Temporal bacterial and metabolic development of the preterm gut reveals specific signatures in health and disease

Stewart, C., Embleton, N., Marrs, E. C. L. E., Smith, D. P., Nelson, A., Abdulkadir, B., Skeath, T., Petrosino, J. F., Perry, J. D. J., Berrington, J. & Cummings, S., 29 Dec 2016, In : Microbiome. p. -

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    Stewart, C. (Creator), Embleton, N. (Creator), Marrs, E. (Creator), Smith, D. (Creator), Nelson, A. (Creator), Abdulkadir, B. (Creator), Skeath, T. (Contributor), Petrosino, J. (Creator), Perry, J. D. (Creator), Berrington, J. (Creator), Cummings, S. (Contributor) (29 Dec 2016). Additional file 3: Figure S2. of Temporal bacterial and metabolic development of the preterm gut reveals specific signatures in health and disease. figshare. 10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3654722_d11.v1