The following are identified as likely candidates for the symptoms seen. Symptoms are not caused by a single bacteria. Often they are caused by a combination of bacteria over or under producing a chemical.
The bacteria below are at significantly high levels in terms of both count and percentile compared to others. Only bacteria seen in at least 5% of samples are shown
|Bacteroides uniformis [species]||61||11.1%|
|Phocaeicola vulgatus [species]||53||9.7%|
|Faecalibacterium prausnitzii [species]||52||9.5%|
|Phocaeicola dorei [species]||51||9.3%|
|Blautia wexlerae [species]||35||6.4%|
|Bacteroides stercoris [species]||31||5.6%|
|Roseburia faecis [species]||28||5.1%|
|Phocaeicola massiliensis [species]||28||5.1%|
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