Table 1

Comparison of bacterial genera from five patients identified by Sanger sequencing

Patient identifierSample source (no. of samples)aSpecies% of total sequences
1Void (10)Lactobacillus iners30
Prevotella timonensis20
Corynebacterium sp.10
Anaerococcus sp.10
Finegoldia magna30
1TUC (10)Lactobacillus iners100
6Vag (10)Prevotella timonensis10
Uncultured bacterium BF0002B04230
Atopobium vaginae30
Clostridiales genomosp. BVAB310
Leptotrichia amnionii10
Eggerthella sp.10
6Void (10)Prevotella timonensis50
Uncultured bacterium BF0002B04210
Atopobium vaginae20
Prevotella bivia20
6TUC (10)Prevotella timonensis30
Uncultured bacterium BF0002B04210
Clostridiales genomosp. BVAB310
Vibrio sp.10
Streptococcus mitis10
Lactobacillus iner20
Corynebacterium aurimucosum10
7Vag (10)Streptococcus agalactiae60
Prevotella bergensis20
Prevotella buccalis20
7Void (9)Streptococcus agalactiae22
Prevotella bergensis11
Prevotella buccalis11
Lactobacillus iners22
Uncultured Prevotella sp.11
Xanthomonas arboricola11
Uncultured bacterium clone HRX_H1611
8Vag (10)Lactobacillus iners80
Lactobacillus gasseri10
Enterococcus faecalis10
8Void (10)Lactobacillus iners80
Dialister propionicifaciens20
8TUC (10)Lactobacillus iners80
Corynebacterium aurimucosum10
Blautia hansenii10
9Vag (10)Lactobacillus crispatus20
Lactobacillus gasseri80
9Void (10)Lactobacillus crispatus40
Lactobacillus gasseri40
Peptoniphilus sp.10
Prevotella buccalis10
  • a Void, voided urine sample; Vag, vaginal swab sample; TUC, transurethral catheter urine sample.