Extended Data Fig. 10: Attributes of the 12 MAGs classified as persistent over the 10-year period. | Nature Microbiology

Extended Data Fig. 10: Attributes of the 12 MAGs classified as persistent over the 10-year period.

From: Tracking microbial evolution in the human gut using Hi-C reveals extensive horizontal gene transfer, persistence and adaptation

Extended Data Fig. 10

Columns indicate the participant (or Subject) in whom the MAG was found, the number of non-persistent accessory genes (HGT column), the number of non-synonymous (#Pn) and synonymous (#Ps) sites that were polymorphic within the genotyped sample, and the number of non-synonymous (#Dn) and synonymous (#Ds) sites that were divergent between the genotyped sample and the 10-year sample. Matching site densities (Pn, Ps, Dn and Ds) equal the number of sites divided by the total number of sites of each type (synonymous or non-synonymous). P-values are for the McDonald-Kreitman test (χ2), which examines whether the ratios, Pn/Ps and Dn/Ds differ significantly.

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