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Fig. S1. Phylogenetic tree showing the affiliation of OTUs isolated from the feline gastrointestinal tract for Bacteroidetes. The bar represents 10% sequence divergence. 16S rRNA gene sequences were aligned to their closest neighbor in the RDP database. The tree was inferred based on the neighbor-joining algorithm. Aquifex pyrophilus was used as an outgroup. Bootstrap values shown at the branches are based on 100 replicates; values below 50% are not shown. For each OTU the numbers in parenthesis indicate the number of observed clones in each intestinal segment. (S=stomach, D=duodenum, J=jejunum, I=ileum, C=colon, R=rectum).

Fig. S2. Phylogenetic tree showing the affiliation of OTUs isolated from the feline gastrointestinal tract with the class of Clostridiales. The bar represents 10% sequence divergence. 16S rRNA gene sequences were aligned to their closest neighbor in the RDP database. The tree was inferred based on the neighbor-joining algorithm. Aquifex pyrophilus was used as an outgroup. Bootstrap values shown at the branches are based on 100 replicates; values below 50% are not shown. For each OUT the numbers in parenthesis indicate the number of observed clones in each intestinal segment. (S=stomach, D=duodenum, J=jejunum, I=ileum, C=colon, R=rectum).

Fig. S3. Phylogenetic tree showing the affiliation of OTUs isolated from the feline gastrointestinal tract with Clostridium cluster XIVa. The bar represents 10% sequence divergence. 16S rRNA gene sequences were aligned to their closest neighbor in the RDP database. The tree was inferred based on the neighbor-joining algorithm. Aquifex pyrophilus was used as an outgroup. Bootstrap values shown at the branches are based on 100 replicates; values below 50% are not shown. For each OUT the numbers in parenthesis indicate the number of observed clones in each intestinal segment. (S=stomach, D=duodenum, J=jejunum, I=ileum, C=colon, R=rectum).

Fig. S4. Phylogenetic tree showing the affiliation of OTUs isolated from the feline gastrointestinal tract with the classes Bacilli and Mollicutes. The bar represents 10% sequence divergence. 16S rRNA gene sequences were aligned to their closest neighbor in the RDP database. The tree was inferred based on the neighbor-joining algorithm. Aquifex pyrophilus was used as an outgroup. Bootstrap values shown at the branches are based on 100 replicates; values below 50% are not shown. For each OTU the numbers in parenthesis indicate the number of observed clones in each intestinal segment. (S=stomach, D=duodenum, J=jejunum, I=ileum, C=colon, R=rectum).

Fig. S5. Phylogenetic tree showing the affiliation of OTUs isolated from the feline gastrointestinal tract with Proteobacteria. The bar represents 10% sequence divergence. 16S rRNA gene sequences were aligned to their closest neighbor in the RDP database. The tree was inferred based on the neighbor-joining algorithm. Aquifex pyrophilus was used as an outgroup. Bootstrap values shown at the branches are based on 100 replicates; values below 50% are not shown. For each OTU the numbers in parenthesis indicate the number of observed clones in each intestinal segment. (S=stomach, D=duodenum, J=jejunum, I=ileum, C=colon, R=rectum).

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