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Dialister (genus)

nose

Seen in 3 Sample 9 Mean 956 StandardDeviation 833.63 Variance 694939 Skewness 0.09 Kurtosis High Outlier 1798
Lowest 131 6%ile 131 12%ile 131 19%ile 131 25% 131 31%ile 131 38%ile 939 44%ile 939 Median 939 56%ile 939 63%ile 939 69%ile 1798 75%ile 1798 81%ile 1798 87%ile 1798 94%ile 1798 Highest 1798

genital (m)

Seen in 1 Sample 2 Mean 2628 StandardDeviation Variance Skewness Kurtosis High Outlier 2628
Lowest 2628 6%ile 2628 12%ile 2628 19%ile 2628 25% 2628 31%ile 2628 38%ile 2628 44%ile 2628 Median 2628 56%ile 2628 63%ile 2628 69%ile 2628 75%ile 2628 81%ile 2628 87%ile 2628 94%ile 2628 Highest 2628

gut

Seen in 560 Sample 885 Mean 7740.53 StandardDeviation 11057.15 Variance Skewness 3.38 Kurtosis 21.51 High Outlier 28354
Lowest 1 6%ile 34 12%ile 71 19%ile 125 25% 212 31%ile 394 38%ile 897 44%ile 1697 Median 3665 56%ile 5593 63%ile 7248 69%ile 9047 75%ile 12327 81%ile 14718 87%ile 19060 94%ile 25256 Highest 116392

throat

Seen in 1 Sample 1 Mean 399 StandardDeviation Variance Skewness Kurtosis High Outlier 399
Lowest 399 6%ile 399 12%ile 399 19%ile 399 25% 399 31%ile 399 38%ile 399 44%ile 399 Median 399 56%ile 399 63%ile 399 69%ile 399 75%ile 399 81%ile 399 87%ile 399 94%ile 399 Highest 399

genital (f)

Seen in 5 Sample 4 Mean 8044.2 StandardDeviation 8842.14 Variance Skewness 0.51 Kurtosis -3.22 High Outlier 17623
Lowest 192 6%ile 192 12%ile 192 19%ile 192 25% 1038 31%ile 1038 38%ile 1038 44%ile 3745 Median 3745 56%ile 3745 63%ile 17623 69%ile 17623 75%ile 17623 81%ile 17623 87%ile 17623 94%ile 17623 Highest 17623

mouth

Seen in 3 Sample 6 Mean 367.67 StandardDeviation 164.21 Variance 26966.33 Skewness -0.97 Kurtosis High Outlier 510
Lowest 188 6%ile 188 12%ile 188 19%ile 188 25% 188 31%ile 188 38%ile 405 44%ile 405 Median 405 56%ile 405 63%ile 405 69%ile 510 75%ile 510 81%ile 510 87%ile 510 94%ile 510 Highest 510

I would like to know about this bacteria's

Conditions Associated from PubMed Studies

  1. High: High Blood Pressure reported from 1 studies
  2. Low: Alzheimer's disease reported from 1 studies
  3. Low: Autism reported from 3 studies
  4. Low: Chronic Kidney Disease reported from 1 studies
  5. Low: Depression reported from 1 studies
  6. Low: IgA nephropathy (IgAN) reported from 1 studies
  7. Low: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus reported from 1 studies
  8. Low: Type 1 Diabetes reported from 1 studies

Most Common Symptoms loosely Associated (Citizen Science)

  1. Bottom 25% levels weakly associated with General: Fatigue
  2. Bottom 25% levels weakly associated with Post-exertional malaise: Inappropriate loss of physical and mental stamina,
  3. Bottom 25% levels weakly associated with Sleep: Unrefreshed sleep
  4. Below Average levels weakly associated with General: Myalgia (pain)
  5. Bottom 25% levels weakly associated with General: Headaches
  6. Bottom 25% levels weakly associated with Neurological: Impairment of concentration
  7. Bottom 25% levels weakly associated with Neurological: Short-term memory issues
  8. Below Average levels weakly associated with Neurological: Difficulty processing information (Understanding)
  9. Bottom 25% levels weakly associated with Neurological: Word-finding problems
  10. Bottom 25% levels weakly associated with Neurological - Vision: inability to focus eye/vision

I would like to know what can change the quality that I have

You can compare microbiome impact of these by checking the desired items (try keeping the numbers below six(6) and clicking

General Substance Specific Substance Effect
almonds almonds/ almond skins Increases
Amino Acid and similar l-glutamine Decreases
Antibiotics, Antivirals etc trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole Decreases
trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole antibiotics Decreases
barley barley Increases
beta-glucan foods barley Increases
ß-glucan Increases
Diet Style moderate-protein moderate-carbohydrate Increases
vegetable/fruit juice-based diets Decreases
Drug carbohydrates Increases
enterococcus faecium probiotics enterococcus faecium (probiotic) Decreases
Food (excluding seasonings) almonds/ almond skins Increases
barley Increases
ku ding cha tea Decreases
walnuts Increases
wheat bran Increases
gallic acid and tannins ku ding cha tea Decreases
glutamine amino acid l-glutamine Decreases
lactobacillus acidophilus probiotics lactobacillus acidophilus and cellobiose (probiotics) Decreases
lactobacillus probiotics - not specific lactobacillus acidophilus and cellobiose (probiotics) Decreases
lactobacillus reuteri (probiotics) Increases
lactobacillus reuteri probiotics lactobacillus reuteri (probiotics) Increases
low/no meat diet vegetable/fruit juice-based diets Decreases
mediterranean diet moderate-protein moderate-carbohydrate Increases
no carbohydrate diet carbohydrates Decreases
not classified manooligosaccharides Decreases
Prebiotics and similar ß-glucan Increases
Probiotics enterococcus faecium (probiotic) Decreases
lactobacillus acidophilus and cellobiose (probiotics) Decreases
lactobacillus reuteri (probiotics) Increases
teas ku ding cha tea Decreases
trimethoprim antibiotics (prescription) trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole antibiotics Decreases
walnuts nuts walnuts Increases
wheat wheat bran Increases

I want to know what End Products this bacteria produces


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