cea12063-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF70KFigure S1. Principal Component Analysis of weighted Fast UniFrac distances among microbial communities in external and internal fractions of the 20 INMA meconium samples analyzed in this study. ME external meconium; MI internal meconium.
cea12063-sup-0002-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF162KFigure S2. Heatmaps and clustering based on taxon composition and abundance (Bray-Curtis distance) comparing the microbiota of INMA meconium samples (MI) to that of vaginal samples from pregnant women collected in Venezuela [33] (Vvag), and the U.S. [41] (A, USInt −vaginal introitus−; B, USPos −posterior fornix−; C, USMid −mid vagina−). Colors in the figure depict the percentage range of sequences assigned to main taxa (abundance >1% in at least one sample).
cea12063-sup-0003-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF35KTable S1. Summary of the number and type of samples sequenced and analyzed in this study with corresponding numbers of pyrosequencing reads after quality control.

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