Microbial analyses of infectious keloids on the anterior chest

Published: 27 April 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/w5gcz8gdvs.1
Qian Chen


Mendeley supplemental figure 1 (Dilution curves for two groups of samples): (A) (B) Plots of dilutability and Shannon's index for the two groups of samples. (C) Cumulative box plots of species for both sets of samples, with the horizontal coordinate being the sample size and the vertical coordinate indicating the number of species after sampling; the red box line was the cumulative species composition curve and the green box line was the common species composition curve. Mendeley supplemental figure 2 (Beta diversity analysis): (A) (B) Analysis of principal coordinates between the two sample groups. (C) Analysis of similarity tests between the two sample groups. (D) Heat map of differences between the two sample groups. Mendeley supplemental figure 3 (KRONA): (A) Krona diagram of the Infectious keloid group. (B) Krona diagram of the non-infectious keloid group, with the circles representing the different classification levels in turn. Mendeley supplemental figure 4 (Functional heat map): Heat map of the differential functional pathways of bacteria on the surface of the two keloid groups at the KEGG-Pathway-L3 level, with a significant differential functional classification shown. Mendeley supplemental figure 5 (Infection foci dilutability curve): In infectious sites of keloids, (A) Dilution plot of infectious sites samples. (B) Plot of Shannon curve for infectious sites samples. (C) Bar graphs for individual samples at the genus level and for the total group.