Back to article: Simultaneous profiling of sexually transmitted bacterial pathogens, microbiome, and concordant host response in cervical samples using whole transcriptome sequencing analysis

FIGURE 1: Characterization of cervical microbial communities using Total RNA-Seq. (A) CT, GC and genital mycoplasma-derived reads detected in cervical RNA libraries. (B) Relative abundances of dominant bacterial genera in each sample. (C) Clustering of samples based on human gene expression profiles measured in the same samples, visualized by multidimensional scaling. Patient 1 was infected with CT, patients 6 and 8 respectively were infected with MG and are present in the same cluster. Patients 4 (NG) and 7 are not graphed because a low percentage of reads in these samples aligned to the human genome.

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