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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: irritable bowel syndromeImproves
Autonomic Manifestations: nauseaImproves
Comorbid-Mouth: Dry MouthImproves
Gender: FemaleImproves
Immune Manifestations: Abdominal PainImproves
Neurocognitive: Difficulty paying attention for a long period of timeImproves
Neuroendocrine: Lost or gained weight without tryingImproves
Neurological-Audio: hypersensitivity to noiseImproves
Neurological-Vision: photophobia (Light Sensitibity)Improves
Sleep: Problems staying asleepImproves

Published Science Infered Impact

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

SymptomFrequency Found
Ankylosing spondylitisWorsen
Ulcerative colitisWorsen
Multiple SclerosisImproves
Type 2 DiabetesWorsen
Stress / post-traumatic stress disorderImproves
Colorectal CancerWorsen
Metabolic SyndromeWorsen
Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseWorsen
High Blood PressureImproves
Irritable Bowel SyndromeWorsen
Parkinson's DiseaseImproves
Crohn's DiseaseWorsen

Bacteria Impacted

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We extend modifiers to include items that changes the parent and child taxa. I.e. for a species, that would be the genus that is belongs to and the strains in the species.

📓 - direct citation | 👪 - Impacts Parent Taxa | 👶 - Impacts Child Taxa
Taxonomy Rank Effect Citations
Verrucomicrobiaceae family Decreases 📓 Source Study
Akkermansia genus Decreases 📓 Source Study
Brevifollis genus Decreases 👪 Source Study
Haloferula genus Decreases 👪 Source Study
Luteolibacter genus Decreases 👪 Source Study
Persicirhabdus genus Decreases 👪 Source Study
Prosthecobacter genus Decreases 👪 Source Study
Roseimicrobium genus Decreases 👪 Source Study
Verrucomicrobium genus Decreases 👪 Source Study
Akkermansia muciniphila species Decreases 📓 Source Study
Akkermansia glycaniphila species Decreases 👪 Source Study
Akkermansia sp. species Decreases 👪 Source Study

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