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Fig. 1 | Microbiome

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From: Decoding the RNA viromes in rodent lungs provides new insight into the origin and evolutionary patterns of rodent-borne pathogens in Mainland Southeast Asia

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a Sampling sites from the various provinces of Southeast Asia. Map of Southeast Asia showing the eighteen provinces in the three countries where animals were sampled. Sampling sites are indicated in different color, with red color representing Thailand, blue representing Lao PDR, and cyan representing Cambodia. Sampling sites within the eighteen provinces are shown on the right, with dots indicating sampling sites with each province. The number of samples from the species and the provinces and dates of collection are detailed in Table S1. b Heatmap based on the normalized numbers of sequence reads for 24 families of mammalian viruses and a group of unclassified RNA viruses in each pooled sample. Mammalian host species are listed on the right as a text column. Location information is indicated on the left as color code, with colors defined on the right. Names of the mammalian viral families are indicated at the bottom. Relative abundance of the viruses in each species in each location are indicated as a heat map ranging from low (yellow) to high (red) based on the normalized average viral genome size and total sequencing reads in each pool

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