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Fig. 4 | Respiratory Research

Fig. 4

From: Differences in airway microbiome and metabolome of single lung transplant recipients

Fig. 4

a Multidata network plot with the communities identified using the multilevel community detection algorithm. Correlation networks of bacterial genus and metabolome m/z features of the native lung bronchoalveolar lavage. Metabolome features are shown in green squares and microbiome measurements of genera level OTU in blue circles. Links indicate pairwise Pearson’s correlations, |r| > 0.40. Red links indicate a positive correlation, whereas blue links indicate a negative correlation. Thickness of the link indicates the strength of the pairwise correlations. Sphingosine like molecules (SLM) with significant negative correlation with microbiome features are highlighted. Each green square has an encoded number starting with X that represents the metabolite found to have significant correlation with a corresponding microbiome feature (encoded in Y) in blue circles. Details of the X and Y number notations in native lung can be found in table ST6. b Multidata network plot with the communities identified using the multilevel community detection algorithm. Correlation networks of bacterial genus and metabolome m/z features of the allograft bronchoalveolar lavage. Metabolome features are shown in green squares and microbiome measurements of genera level OTU in blue circles. Links indicate pairwise Pearson’s correlations, |r| > 0.40. Red links indicate a positive correlation, whereas blue links indicate a negative correlation. Thickness of the link indicates the strength of the pairwise correlations. Each green square has an encoded number starting with X that represents the metabolite found to have significant correlation with a corresponding microbiome feature (encoded in Y) in blue circles. Details of the X and Y number notations in the allograft can be found in table ST7

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