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Table 1 Identification of the bacterial isolates based on 16 s rRNA gene sequence

From: Contrasting diversity of vaginal lactobacilli among the females of Northeast India

Sl. No. Accession No. No. of sequences derived Species identified by homology search with database Characteristic ML clustering as seen in Additional file 6: Figure S1
1 KU184494 1 Bacillus subtilis Clustered distinct
2 KT906577 KT906579 KT906580 3 Bifidobacterium breve Clustered distinct
3 KR264992 1 Enterococcus avium The four species of Enterococcus genus clustered cohesively
4 KR265008 KT906587 KU184461 39 Enterococcus faecalis
KU184462 KU184464 KU184465
KU184460 KT906572 KU184469
KU184496 KU184470 KU184471
KU184472 KT906573 KU184498
KU184474 KT589112 KT589114
KT589115 KT589124 KR265004
KT589118 KT005519 KT005522
KT589119 KT589120 KT589122
KT589125 KT589126 KT589137
KT589136 KT589128 KT589105
KT589107 KT589108 KT589109
KT589110 KU184479 KT589111
5 KP775931 KP775933 2 Enterococcus faecium
6 KU184480 KR264993 KR264996 6 Enterococcus hirae
KU184476 KU184477 KU184478
7 KT005520 KT589121 2 Escherichia coli Clustered distinct
8 KP747671 KT597700 KP775922 3 Janthinobacterium lividum Clustered distinct
9 KT906585 1 Kocuria kristinae Clustered distinct
10 KT361204 KT589116 KT589117 5 Lactobacillus brevis Clustered distinct
KT589132 KT589133
11 KU184473 KU184499 KP775929 10 Lactobacillus fermentum Clustered distinct
KT589130 KP775934 KP775923
KT589106 KR264983 KR264984
KR264986
12 KP775927 1 Lactobacillus gallinarum Clustered together with Lactobacillus helviticus
13 KT991842 KT991843 KU184463 6 Lactobacillus gasseri Clustered distinct
KU184466 KP775925 KR264987
14 KT361211 KT361209 KP775926 3 Lactobacillus helveticus Clustered together with Lactobacillus gallinarum
15 KU184500 KU184475 2 Lactobacillus ingluviei Clustered distinct
16 KT906576 KT906578 KT906588 3 Lactobacillus jensenii Clustered distinct
17 KT835013 KT835015 KT835018 25 Lactobacillus mucosae* Clustered distinct and showed deep intraspecies divergence
KT835007 KT835008 KT835009
KT835010 KT835011 KT835012
KT991844 KU184467 KU184468
KU184495 KU184497 KT597696
KU184483 KU184484 KU184485
KU184486 KU184487 KU184488
KU184489 KU184490 KU184491
KR264981
18 KP775924 1 Lactobacillus parafarraginis Clustered distinct
19 KR264991 KR264988 2 Lactobacillus reuteri Clustered distinct
20 KT906581 KT906582 KT906583 6 Propionibacterium avidum Clustered distinct
KT906584 KT906571 KU184493
21 KT906569 1 Staphylococcus capitis The six species of Staphylococcus genus clustered cohesively
22 KR264994 KR264997 KR265000 3 Staphylococcus caprae
23 KR265006 KT361206 KT361207 8 Staphylococcus epidermidis
KP747672 KT589123 KT589127
KT589131 KT589135
24 KT005521 1 Staphylococcus haemolyticus
25 KT589113 KP775928 KR264995 8 Staphylococcus hominis
KR264998 KR265001 KP775932
KR264999 KR264989
26 KT906586 1 Staphylococcus kloosii
27 KT906589 KT906574 KT906575 3 Streptococcus agalactiae Clustered distinct
28 KT835014 KT906568 KT906570 3 Streptococcus anginosus Clustered distinct
29 KT835016 KT835017 2 Streptococcus gallolyticus Clustered distinct
30 KR264982 1 Streptococcus infantarius Clustered distinct
31 KT361205 1 Weissella confusa Clustered distinct
  1. The Genbank accession number (column 2) of 16sRNA gene sequence of each of the 154 bacterial isolates and their corresponding similarity search result (column 4) (detailed in Additional file 3: Table S3) and characteristic ML clustering (column 5) (detailed in Additional file 6: Figure S1) is shown. Overall the 154 bacterial isolates were identified belonging to 31 species. Enterococcus and Staphylococcus, and two species of Lactobacillus (L. gallinarum and L. helveticus) showed cohesive intrageneric clustering in contrast to, cohesive cluster of all sequences of a particular species and distinct cluster with all other species sequences, and are shown here as bold. Lactobacillus mucosae showed deep intraspecies split and marked with asterisk (*)