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16S rRNA RefSeq: V15.22    Genomic RefSeq: V9.15
Genus: Pseudoleptotrichia
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percent abundance
SubPSupPKGBMHPSVTHPTTDST
Avg0.3060.2100.0600.1310.3110.2081.1541.0971.0260.000
10thp0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
90thp1.0890.4220.0350.2530.8200.5713.1583.2373.3410.000
Stdev0.4810.5920.3500.2920.5470.3422.2772.0551.9640.003
Prev64.93558.44219.48164.93563.63661.03968.83172.72767.5321.299
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percent abundance
SubPSupPKGBMHPSVTHPTTDST
Avg0.2730.2020.0400.2170.4410.2710.9481.0910.9360.000
10thp0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
90thp0.7350.4030.0350.5350.9290.6393.1693.4422.6420.000
Stdev0.5070.5530.2440.5071.0070.5081.4891.8292.0740.001
Prev66.21670.27018.91963.51464.86575.00068.91968.91966.8920.699
From: Dewhirst 35x9 data (not published yet)
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percent abundance
SubPSupPKGBMHPSVTHPTTDNS
Avg0.3170.1650.1240.1680.2850.1560.8980.2180.4060.000
10thp0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
90thp0.5630.3920.2180.2380.7440.4261.5070.7911.4480.000
Stdev0.9500.1960.4180.5120.6720.3402.2040.4450.8250.000
Prev94.28685.29458.33388.23582.14363.88984.84877.41973.5290.000
Overview: Bacteria of genus Pseudoleptotrichia are abundant in the healthy mouth, making up about 1% of the bacteria on the tongue, tonsils, and throat. The genus was split from Leptotrichia in 2020 (Eisenberg et al. 2020) and contains one named species, P. goodfellowii, and two unnamed taxa, HMT 219 and 221. Of these three taxa, HMT 221 is the most abundant in the mouth.