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Fig. S1. Number of OTUs as a function of sequence identity cut-off. A flare-up at 99% cut-off indicates that most of the bacterial diversity exists below the 97% identity cut-off that is used to approximate species.

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Fig. S2. Adenoid microbiota is distinct from the microbiota of other human body sites. upgma clustering was performed based on the weighted UniFrac distance matrix.

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Fig. S3. Bacterial species richness of adenoid and other human body sites. The average number of OTUs for each body site was estimated by Chao1. Error bars represent ± one standard deviation.

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Table S1. Pairs of OTUs that show significant non-linear relationships by the MINE analysis. The table was sorted by the non-linear score from the highest to the lowest.

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