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Fig. 4 | BMC Microbiology

Fig. 4

From: The murine vaginal microbiota and its perturbation by the human pathogen group B Streptococcus

Fig. 4

Significant clustering by mCST, but not estrous stage. PCoA Plots of the Bray-Curtis distance matrix of mCST (top left), estrous stage (top right), and cage (bottom). Clustering by mCST was significant (p = 0.001, pseudo-F-statistic = 52.13, by PERMANOVA with 999 permutations), while clustering by estrous stage was not (p = 0.089, pseudo-F statistic = 1.69, by PERMANOVA 999 permutations). Clustering by cage was only significant on days 0 (p = 0.002, pseudo-F-statistic = 3.00) and 9 (p = 0.001, pseudo-F-statistic = 35.5)

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