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Fig. S1. Relative bacterial amounts in a population of mothers and their infants as assessed by RT-PCR.

Fig. S2. Deviation from a fit to a neutral model as assessed by delta-value (Jabot & Chave, 2011).

Fig. S3. Summary of OTU-based analyses of pyrosequencing data.

Table S1. Number of mothers in who a given bacterium was detected during pregnancy by RT-PCR (detected before cycle 40 of the PCR reaction).

Table S2. RDP Database Project hierarchical classification (Wang et al., 2007) of MCR-ALS resolved components.

Table S3. Number of shared OTUs between mothers and children.

Table S4. List of OTUs which were detected in mothers, but were absent in 3-days-old infants.

Table S5. List of OTUs which were detected in mothers, but were absent in 10-days-old infants.

Table S6. List of OTUs which were detected in mothers, but were absent in 4-month-old infants.

Table S7. List of OTUs which were detected in mothers, but were absent in 1-year-old infants.

Table S8. List of OTUs which were detected in mothers, but were absent in 2-year-old infants.

Table S9. Fit of OTU distributions to common distribution curves.

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