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Table 1 Positive correlations between antibiotic resistance gene expression and bacterial taxa

From: Characterization of antibiotic resistance and host-microbiome interactions in the human upper respiratory tract during influenza infection

Antibiotic resistance genesaTaxa (positive associations)P valuesCorrelation values
Beta-lactamsg_Salinicoccus0.0260.08
f_Gemellaceae0.0300.05
g_Granulicatella0.0340.04
g_Streptococcus< 0.00050.09
g_Methylobacterium0.0240.05
g_Moraxella0.0220.09
macrolide-lincosamide-streptogramin (MLS)g_Bifidobacterium0.0380.05
g_Kaistobacter0.0090.06
g_Sphingomonas0.0220.07
f_Gemellaceae0.0240.08
g_Bulleidia0.0070.06
Tetracyclinesg_Brachybacterium0.0420.06
g_Tannerella0.0060.06
f_Planococcaceae0.0340.05
f_Aerococcaceae0.0460.046
g_Selenomonas0.0100.08
g_Leptotrichia0.0330.08
g_Sphingomonas0.0040.10
g_Deinococcus0.0200.06
Multidrug resistanceg_Rothia0.0200.07
f_Gemellaceae0.0090.08
g_Streptococcus0.0450.06
g_Leptotrichia0.0190.07
g_Neisseria0.0350.09
g_Sphingomonas0.0260.08
g_Erwinia0.0360.09
f_Enterobacteriaceae0.0410.10
  1. af_ and g_ indicate whether the taxonomic assignment was made at the family or genus level, respectively