Additional file 4: of Early-life skin microbiota in hospitalized preterm and full-term infants

  • Noelle Younge (Creator)
  • Felix Araujo-Perez (Contributor)
  • Debra Brandon (Creator)
  • Patrick Casey Seed (Creator)



Figure S2. Principal coordinates analysis (PCoA) of samples across body sites. PCoA of infant samples excluding contaminant OTUs (A, B) or including contaminant OTUs (C, D). Similar relationships between body sites are seen using generalized UniFrac distances (A, C) and Bray-Curtis distances (B, D). In panel C, the first and second axes are rotated to keep the orientation of samples consistent with the other panels, but it should be noted that the vertical axis accounts for the majority of the variation between samples in this panel. (PPTX 717 kb)
Date made available2018

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