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Fig. 1 | BMC Microbiology

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From: Long-term colonization exceeding six years from early infancy of Bifidobacterium longum subsp. longum in human gut

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Detection points of the strains in the samples collected from 12 subjects and their mothers. Circles indicate detection of the strains. Circle color represents the detection type of the monophyletic strain as follows: black, detected from both the subjects’ fecal sample(s) in early infancy and their mothers’ perinatal sample(s); half black (left), detected from both the subjects’ fecal sample(s) in early infancy and their mothers’ prenatal fecal sample(s); half black (right), detected from both the subjects’ fecal sample(s) in early infancy and their mothers’ postnatal breast milk sample(s); white, detected from only the subjects’ fecal sample(s). A minus symbol means that no strain was detected. ns: no sample was collected. For each of the subject’s samples, strains that were confirmed to be monophyletic strains are linked with a line. a One week after the introduction of solids

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