Bacteria of Parkinson's Disease

Under sample are:

Kaltoft-Moltrup Normal Range
Rank Name Low High Direction
class Acidobacteriia
class Clostridia
family Akkermansiaceae
family Bifidobacteriaceae
family Christensenellaceae
family Enterobacteriaceae
family Enterococcaceae
family Erysipelotrichaceae
family Lachnospiraceae
family Lactobacillaceae
family Pasteurellaceae
family Prevotellaceae
family Rikenellaceae
family Ruminococcaceae
family Streptococcaceae
family Sutterellaceae
family Tissierellaceae
family Verrucomicrobiaceae
genus Adlercreutzia
genus Akkermansia
genus Alistipes
genus Anaerotruncus
genus Atopobium
genus Bifidobacterium
genus Bilophila
genus Blautia
genus Butyricimonas
genus Butyrivibrio
genus Catabacter
genus Catenisphaera
genus Collinsella
genus Coprococcus
genus Eggerthella
genus Enterobacter
genus Erysipelatoclostridium
genus Escherichia
genus Faecalibacterium
genus Fusobacterium
genus Hungatella
genus Intestinimonas
genus Klebsiella
genus Lachnospira
genus Lactobacillus
genus Levinea Young et al. 1971
genus Methanobrevibacter
genus Oscillospira
genus Parabacteroides
genus Paraprevotella
genus Peptoclostridium
genus Prevotella
genus Pseudobutyrivibrio
genus Ralstonia
genus Roseburia
genus Ruminococcus
genus Sellimonas
genus Serratia
genus Streptococcus
genus Turicibacter
genus Tyzzerella
genus Veillonella
order Clostridiales
order Marinilabiliales
phylum Actinobacteria
phylum Bacteroidota
phylum Firmicutes
phylum Verrucomicrobia
species [Clostridium] leptum
species Akkermansia muciniphila
species Atopobium parvulum
species Bacteroides fragilis
species Bifidobacterium bifidum
species Blautia coccoides
species Clostridium sporogenes
species Intestinimonas sp.
species Lactobacillus acidophilus
species Lactobacillus fermentum
species Lactobacillus reuteri

Kaltoft-Moltrup Normal Ranges, is a licensed properitary statistical algorithm that works off the shape of the data. It is not microbiome specific but appears to work very well for the microbiome. Ranges are NOT lab specific, but for aggregation across labs. Please contact your lab and ask for their Kaltoft-Moltrup Normal Ranges.


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