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Fig. 2 | Microbiome

Fig. 2

From: Nasopharyngeal microbiota composition of children is related to the frequency of upper respiratory infection and acute sinusitis

Fig. 2

Phylogenetic trees displaying genera that exhibit significant differences in relative abundance across scomparison groups. a Children with a history of acute sinusitis (n = 14) have NP microbial communities significantly (Welch’s t test; P < 0.05, q < 0.05) enriched (red) for Moraxella nonliquefaciens and depleted (blue) of 100 genera compared with those without a history of sinusitis (n = 33). b Children who developed acute sinusitis during the 1-year period following baseline sampling (n = 7) have communities that are significantly (Welch’s t test; P ≤ 0.05, q < 0.25) enriched for Moraxella nonliquifaciens and Corynebacterium spp. (red) and depleted of 59 genera (blue) relative to children who did not develop acute sinusitis (n = 33). Branches are colored by phylum. Numbers specifying unique eOTUs within each genus are shown in parentheses; eOTUs consistently identified across both comparisons are indicated with an asterisk

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