Symptoms when microbiome was taken

Sample:

Restricted to following Symptoms

See this page on the associated blog for more information.

Only statistically significant patterns are shown below. There must be 20 or more reports of a symptom to be listed. The number in each Quartile are expected to be the same. Observed for these conditions is shown. This data is recomputed constantly, sometimes an item will disappear and then reappear when it is close to the threshold.

Note: We are not detecting is there is a LINEAR pattern, we are detecting a pattern (which could be the result of complex interaction and quorum sensing).

Current Selections

Has

Does Not Have

Neurocognitive: Difficulty paying attention for a long period of time

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Dividing data into 4 buckets

πŸ™…πŸ» is your sample value. If none show on the row, your value was zero
Indicates your value match This was found significant statistically You have zero and very low values are significant. "πŸ’₯" - Match "πŸ—»" - Significant Value "πŸ™…πŸ»" - Your Value

Rank Bacteria People Expected in each group P Value 25%ile 50%ile 75%ile 100%ile
species [Clostridium] symbiosum 25 6.25 0.0135882729582177 🗻 13 5 5 2
species Abiotrophia adiacens 47 11.75 0.0260820041918859 6 12 🗻 20 9
species Actinomyces odontolyticus 83 20.75 0.0180609451157235 13 24 🗻 31 15
order Actinomycetales 135 33.75 0.0367946123969182 23 🗻 43 28 41
genus Akkermansia 102 25.5 0.00301387859470375 11 25 🗻 37 29
species Akkermansia muciniphila 58 14.5 0.0288359152902396 7 13 🗻 23 15
family Akkermansiaceae 75 18.75 0.00150484685961105 6 17 🗻 29 23
species Anaerosporobacter mobilis 79 19.75 0.0098400692284494 15 10 🗻 28 26
class Bacilli 149 37.25 0.0225242998941162 29 36 🗻 53 31
genus Bacillus 38 9.5 0.0247731348150176 2 11 🗻 15 10
family Bacteroidaceae 147 36.75 0.0192130450314865 31 29 34 🗻 53
genus Bacteroides 138 34.5 0.0206436506212341 31 26 31 🗻 50
species Bacteroides faecis 71 17.75 0.0387726947157511 12 16 15 🗻 28
species Bacteroides sp. 3_1_40A 39 9.75 0.023195362105721 8 🗻 18 6 7
species Bacteroides stercoris 84 21 0.0241035081034384 13 16 🗻 31 24
species Bacteroides uniformis 126 31.5 0.015142537236026 27 38 19 🗻 42
phylum Bacteroidetes 121 30.25 0.0158949318210972 22 22 34 🗻 43
superphylum Bacteroidetes/Chlorobi group 117 29.25 0.019081610828122 22 21 32 🗻 42
class Bacteroidia 133 33.25 0.0356876122196348 23 28 37 🗻 45
genus Barnesiella 63 15.75 0.0118987827899361 8 16 13 🗻 26
species Blautia sp. YHC-4 74 18.5 0.0137857006068518 10 20 🗻 29 15
genus Butyricicoccus 34 8.5 0.00969548499423783 5 6 6 🗻 17
genus Butyricimonas 101 25.25 0.00341688338448512 18 19 23 🗻 41
species Butyricimonas virosa 39 9.75 0.0487369766512601 11 4 8 🗻 16
family Carnobacteriaceae 61 15.25 0.0074395290065217 6 14 🗻 25 16
class Clostridia 149 37.25 0.0022230572820888 🗻 52 35 42 20
order Clostridiales 153 38.25 0.00136864623627329 🗻 54 37 42 20
subphylum delta/epsilon subdivisions 108 27 0.0162083608240047 22 17 30 🗻 39
class Deltaproteobacteria 129 32.25 0.000336130210854975 25 22 29 🗻 53
genus Desulfovibrio 86 21.5 0.00101603867305603 10 19 21 🗻 36
species Desulfovibrio piger 44 11 0.0423997888581494 4 10 13 🗻 17
family Desulfovibrionaceae 128 32 5.61583376413156E-05 26 22 25 🗻 55
order Desulfovibrionales 129 32.25 2.7013075243157E-05 26 21 26 🗻 56
genus Dielma 73 18.25 0.0335780799225041 9 16 23 🗻 25
species Dielma fastidiosa 60 15 0.028417523466645 7 13 17 🗻 23
species Dorea formicigenerans 129 32.25 0.00494828306634818 🗻 49 22 31 27
family Eggerthellaceae 104 26 0.010173273714173 25 17 22 🗻 40
order Eggerthellales 105 26.25 0.0055865460973024 26 17 21 🗻 41
genus Eisenbergiella 119 29.75 0.0271378186304047 16 32 🗻 38 33
genus Faecalibacterium 148 37 0.0012882261795929 🗻 57 36 28 27
species Faecalibacterium prausnitzii 134 33.5 0.00132400351612853 44 🗻 45 18 27
phylum Firmicutes 36 9 0.000169742435552826 6 8 2 🗻 20
genus Granulicatella 51 12.75 0.00309805992197694 7 9 🗻 24 11
genus Hungatella 29 7.25 0.0302220133952215 3 4 🗻 13 9
order Lactobacillales 150 37.5 0.0267466361220885 28 39 🗻 52 31
class Lentisphaeria 43 10.75 0.0318695268920501 12 🗻 18 8 5
family Oxalobacteraceae 65 16.25 0.000462926108431183 11 12 11 🗻 31
genus Paraprevotella 48 12 0.0495847596692268 8 7 14 🗻 19
genus Porphyromonas 78 19.5 0.000509022370203192 10 21 13 🗻 34
order Propionibacteriales 38 9.5 0.0247731348150176 6 5 🗻 17 10
order Pseudomonadales 28 7 0.000990838885436861 3 6 3 🗻 16
genus Ruminiclostridium 37 9.25 0.0150384439243926 13 🗻 15 6 3
family Ruminococcaceae 151 37.75 0.000874609889735984 🗻 58 36 33 24
genus Ruminococcus 33 8.25 0.00937326443003344 1 11 🗻 14 7
genus Senegalimassilia 46 11.5 0.0323253069268285 15 🗻 17 10 4
genus Slackia 65 16.25 0.000551571749596403 11 16 8 🗻 30
species Slackia piriformis 41 10.25 0.0219462691297188 5 7 11 🗻 18
genus Sphingomonas 24 6 0.000273398887490801 1 4 4 🗻 15
genus Sporobacter 75 18.75 0.0355359322373172 14 🗻 25 25 11
species Streptococcus sp. 11aTha1 46 11.5 0.0442483487462777 12 9 🗻 19 6
species Sutterella stercoricanis 39 9.75 0.00747151394629012 8 6 6 🗻 19
phylum Synergistetes 50 12.5 0.0476943246163251 9 9 11 🗻 21
genus Syntrophococcus 28 7 0.0460117056892314 3 7 5 🗻 13
genus Tyzzerella 30 7.5 0.0185661354630433 1 7 🗻 13 9
phylum Verrucomicrobia 102 25.5 0.0306231733325426 17 19 🗻 33 33
class Verrucomicrobiae 100 25 0.00590737096004307 11 25 🗻 35 29
order Verrucomicrobiales 101 25.25 0.00426662970755949 12 23 🗻 37 29
family Victivallaceae 45 11.25 0.0103679371921631 12 🗻 20 8 5
order Victivallales 44 11 0.0423997888581494 12 🗻 18 9 5
genus Victivallis 43 10.75 0.0125048244316439 12 🗻 19 7 5

The Eureka PValues is about 0.00109769484083425 because we have 455 bacteria examined.

Dividing data into 8 buckets

πŸ™…πŸ» is your sample value. If none show on the row, your value was zero
Indicates your value match This was found significant statistically You have zero and very low values are significant. "πŸ’₯" - Match "πŸ—»" - Significant Value "πŸ™…πŸ»" - Your Value

Rank Bacteria People Expected in each group P Value 12%ile 25%ile 37%ile 50%ile 62%ile 75%ile 87%ile 100%ile
species Actinomyces odontolyticus 83 10.38 0.00472736365828509 8 5 17 7 🗻 20 11 5 10
order Actinomycetales 135 16.88 0.0377470339440808 6 17 17 🗻 26 15 13 19 22
genus Akkermansia 102 12.75 0.00548559804446856 6 5 14 11 12 🗻 24 13 17
family Akkermansiaceae 75 9.38 0.00168647558757188 4 2 10 7 9 🗻 20 13 10
species Anaerosporobacter mobilis 79 9.88 0.0466504494485161 8 7 6 4 🗻 16 12 16 10
family Bacteroidaceae 147 18.38 0.0402265222289274 19 12 14 15 16 18 🗻 32 21
genus Bacteroides 138 17.25 0.0384917721262451 18 13 12 14 15 16 🗻 31 19
species Bacteroides uniformis 126 15.75 0.00669551709086634 14 13 12 🗻 26 12 7 17 25
phylum Bacteroidetes 121 15.12 0.0476262473948558 13 9 8 14 21 13 🗻 22 21
superphylum Bacteroidetes/Chlorobi group 117 14.62 0.0498299942422479 12 10 7 14 20 12 🗻 22 20
class Bacteroidia 133 16.62 0.0479373579946316 12 11 10 18 23 13 🗻 24 22
species Blautia sp. YHC-4 74 9.25 0.0114916455961636 2 8 11 9 🗻 18 11 4 11
genus Butyricimonas 101 12.62 0.0188560374799471 8 10 7 12 11 12 17 🗻 24
species Butyricimonas faecihominis 57 7.12 0.0397707325496916 3 6 9 4 2 10 11 🗻 12
family Carnobacteriaceae 61 7.62 0.0404395456308592 1 5 8 6 🗻 15 9 9 8
class Clostridia 149 18.62 0.0176576946844704 22 🗻 30 20 15 21 21 10 10
order Clostridiales 153 19.12 0.00649839725569425 21 🗻 33 20 17 21 21 10 10
class Deltaproteobacteria 129 16.12 0.000107880884437849 16 9 11 11 13 15 19 🗻 35
genus Desulfovibrio 86 10.75 0.00145427320163444 0 10 11 8 12 9 15 🗻 21
family Desulfovibrionaceae 128 16 6.91329555885969E-05 15 11 8 14 9 16 21 🗻 34
order Desulfovibrionales 129 16.12 8.30214921537697E-05 14 12 8 13 10 16 22 🗻 34
genus Dielma 73 9.12 0.0242545862381743 4 5 9 7 10 13 🗻 18 7
species Dielma fastidiosa 60 7.5 0.033519466614424 4 3 7 6 10 7 🗻 16 7
species Dorea formicigenerans 129 16.12 0.0499542945879409 23 🗻 26 12 10 13 18 13 14
family Eggerthellaceae 104 13 0.0459716773463513 10 15 8 9 8 14 18 🗻 22
order Eggerthellales 105 13.12 0.0259111000126152 10 16 8 9 8 13 18 🗻 23
genus Faecalibacterium 148 18.5 0.0232127436736556 27 🗻 30 19 17 13 15 14 13
species Faecalibacterium prausnitzii 134 16.75 0.00576639668964079 19 25 🗻 27 18 7 11 12 15
genus Granulicatella 51 6.38 0.0179089834993075 1 6 6 3 🗻 14 9 7 5
genus Herbaspirillum 54 6.75 0.0207790684136208 1 7 10 4 7 4 🗻 14 7
genus Mogibacterium 95 11.88 0.0421030901095619 5 13 9 12 9 14 11 🗻 22
family Oxalobacteraceae 65 8.12 0.00338119696613387 6 5 7 5 6 5 🗻 19 12
genus Peptoniphilus 82 10.25 0.0338720977231177 6 8 2 14 10 14 🗻 16 12
genus Porphyromonas 78 9.75 8.33783262352986E-05 5 5 13 8 9 4 10 🗻 24
species Porphyromonas bennonis 55 6.88 0.00902325245089047 8 6 5 4 6 4 5 🗻 17
species Prevotella buccalis 56 7 0.00226764914643566 2 8 3 7 🗻 15 2 7 12
family Prevotellaceae 97 12.12 0.00973356372725467 14 11 10 9 3 🗻 22 17 11
family Ruminococcaceae 151 18.88 0.00664605534282358 28 🗻 30 21 15 18 15 16 8
genus Senegalimassilia 46 5.75 0.00156216627610112 3 🗻 12 12 5 2 8 2 2
genus Slackia 65 8.12 0.00154421320060974 8 3 6 10 6 2 12 🗻 18
species Streptococcus sp. 11aTha1 46 5.75 0.0333115663015598 8 4 4 5 🗻 13 6 1 5
phylum Synergistetes 50 6.25 0.000471562915651485 2 7 6 3 8 3 4 🗻 17
class Verrucomicrobiae 100 12.5 0.00806295588816528 7 4 14 11 12 🗻 23 12 17
order Verrucomicrobiales 101 12.62 0.00443692913435522 8 4 14 9 12 🗻 24 13 17

The Eureka PValues is about 0.00109769484083425 because we have 455 bacteria examined.

Dividing data into 16 buckets

πŸ™…πŸ» is your sample value. If none show on the row, your value was zero
Indicates your value match This was found significant statistically You have zero and very low values are significant. "πŸ’₯" - Match "πŸ—»" - Significant Value "πŸ™…πŸ»" - Your Value

Rank Bacteria People Expected in each group P Value 6%ile 12%ile 18%ile 25%ile 31%ile 37%ile 43%ile 50%ile 56%ile 62%ile 68%ile 75%ile 81%ile 87%ile 93%ile 100%ile
species Actinomyces odontolyticus 83 5.19 0.028152854425038 2 6 2 3 10 7 5 2 🗻 12 8 5 6 3 2 3 7
genus Akkermansia 102 6.38 0.0169470681187319 4 2 3 2 6 8 3 8 6 6 🗻 16 8 5 7 9 9
family Bifidobacteriaceae 107 6.69 0.0356374060263154 7 7 🗻 15 3 4 10 8 2 5 7 10 2 6 6 5 10
species Blautia faecis 116 7.25 0.0319831777578158 7 8 8 9 9 7 4 🗻 15 7 3 3 7 5 8 14 2
genus Butyricimonas 101 6.31 0.0118858440360443 3 5 6 4 6 1 4 8 3 8 7 5 6 11 🗻 16 8
class Deltaproteobacteria 129 8.06 0.00104278836992415 8 8 2 7 5 6 5 6 3 10 5 10 10 9 15 🗻 20
genus Desulfovibrio 86 5.38 0.00581196962761337 0 0 2 8 5 6 6 2 5 7 6 3 7 7 🗻 13 9
family Desulfovibrionaceae 128 8 0.000982283603572198 4 11 3 8 3 5 6 8 2 7 8 8 11 10 🗻 18 16
order Desulfovibrionales 129 8.06 0.00202558008888985 6 8 4 8 3 5 6 7 3 7 8 8 12 9 🗻 19 16
species Eisenbergiella tayi 102 6.38 0.0451584283260008 3 5 4 3 7 3 10 4 10 10 2 11 7 5 🗻 12 6
genus Peptoniphilus 82 5.12 0.0238068853516935 0 6 3 5 2 0 5 9 7 3 7 7 5 🗻 11 4 8
family Ruminococcaceae 151 9.44 0.00956887592679299 🗻 18 10 14 16 15 6 4 11 10 8 6 9 8 8 4 4
order Verrucomicrobiales 101 6.31 0.0208971541571739 6 2 2 2 5 9 3 6 7 5 🗻 15 9 5 7 9 9

The Eureka PValues is about 0.00109769484083425 because we have 455 bacteria examined.

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Explanation

Warning: By random chance, 5% (PValue 0.05) are likely to be reported. So if 1000 bacteria are checked with none having a true relationship, 50 will likely be reported as "0.05 significant" (5% of 1000).
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