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  • fig. S1. Information of the geographical location and characteristics of each city.
  • fig. S2. Relative mean abundances of four predominant phyla.
  • fig. S3. Mean relative abundance of bacterial genera in the skin microbiome among the five cities in China.
  • fig. S4. Principal coordinate analysis with weighted UniFrac distances.
  • fig. S5. Distance decay analysis.
  • fig. S6. The β-diversity comparisons of the skin microbiome of the five cities.
  • fig. S7. Distribution of PD.
  • fig. S8. Analysis of MSE by random forest modeling.
  • fig. S9. Comparison of predicted functional metagenomic profiling using PICRUSt between the megacity and non-megacity groups.
  • fig. S10. The richness (observed OTUs) of the genus Staphylococcus in five cities.
  • table S1. Sample metadata, number of sequences, and α diversity across samples based on rarefaction of 4860 reads per sample.
  • table S2. Relative average abundances of the 15 most abundant genera.
  • table S3. Environmental factors and city indices of five cities.
  • table S4. Environmental factors and city indices of five cities.
  • table S5. The observed species pool of five cities.
  • Legend for data file S1

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Other Supplementary Material for this manuscript includes the following:

  • data file S1 (Microsoft Excel format). The information of OTUs in Fig. 3A.

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