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    Citizen Science Infered Impact

    This is based on associations discovered from annotated 16s microbiome samples. See this post for more information.

    SymptomFrequency Found
    Autonomic Manifestations: urinary frequency dysfunctionImproves
    Comorbid-Mouth: Dry MouthImproves
    Immune Manifestations: Abdominal PainWorsen
    Joint: TendernessImproves
    Neurocognitive: Difficulty paying attention for a long period of timeImproves
    Neurocognitive: Unable to focus vision and/or attentionImproves
    Pain: Joint painImproves
    Post-exertional malaise: Rapid muscular fatigability, Improves

    Published Science Infered Impact

    This is according to the microbiome shifts reported in studies. Clinical studies may show different results

    SymptomFrequency Found
    Histamine IssuesImproves
    Ankylosing spondylitisWorsen
    PsoriasisImproves
    Ulcerative colitisImproves
    Type 2 DiabetesWorsen
    AtherosclerosisWorsen
    DepressionWorsen
    Stress / post-traumatic stress disorderImproves
    Colorectal CancerImproves
    Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)Improves
    Liver CirrhosisImproves
    Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseImproves
    Chronic Kidney DiseaseImproves
    AllergiesImproves
    Celiac DiseaseImproves
    Irritable Bowel SyndromeImproves
    Sjögren syndromeImproves
    Crohn's DiseaseImproves
    Generalized anxiety disorderImproves
    Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) Motor NeuronWorsen

    Bacteria Impacted

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    The following are impacted (to sort click on column title)

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    Taxonomy Rank Effect Citations Links
    Escherichia genus Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    Kluyvera genus Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    ATCC 33110 species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    ATCC 35469 species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    CCUG 46494 species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    Escherichia citrophila (Asai et al. 1957) Asai et al. 1962 species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    Escherichia coli species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    Escherichia coli Biovare species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    Escherichia marmotae species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    Escherichia sp. species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    Escherichia sp. 1_1_43 species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    Escherichia sp. 4_1_40B species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    Kluyvera ascorbata species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    Kluyvera georgiana species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by
    Kluyvera sp. SR5.1 species Decreases Source Study Bacteria also modified by

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