National Library of Medicine Citations for Chronic Kidney Disease

The following have had published studies. These are report on the averages of a group of patients; they do not apply to all patients and are not necessary predictive.

Some studies were done on people with specific conditions, ethnic origin or diet style (i.e. traditional Chinese Diet versus Western Diet), which may be why some shifts are in opposite directions.

See this post about overlapping bacteria/taxa and possible progression of conditions.

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Note these are associations and not causation. Items being high or low may be part of the immune response.

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⬆️ indicate a study reporting it is high. ⬇️ indicates a study reporting it is low. Names are indented according to taxonomy rank. Hover over to see rank.

Pseudomonadota ⬆️
Francisella tularensis ⬇️
Escherichia ⬆️
Shigella ⬆️
Bacteroidota ⬆️
Prevotella ⬆️
Parabacteroides ⬆️
Bacteroides ⬆️
Bacillota ⬇️
Lachnospiraceae ⬇️
Tyzzerella ⬇️
Agathobacter rectalis ⬇️
[Ruminococcus] gnavus ⬆️
[Ruminococcus] torques ⬆️
Lachnospira ⬇️
Coprococcus ⬇️
Roseburia ⬇️
Romboutsia ⬇️
Ruminiclostridium ⬆️
Subdoligranulum ⬇️
Flavonifractor ⬆️
Butyricicoccus ⬇️
Dielma ⬆️
Holdemanella ⬆️
[Clostridium] innocuum ⬆️
Dialister ⬇️
Megamonas ⬆️
Carnobacterium ⬇️
Lactobacillus ⬇️
Weissella ⬆️
Scardovia ⬆️
Eggerthella ⬆️
Collinsella ⬇️

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Based on Clinical Studies in US National Libary of Medicine

For matching a percentile below 20% can be deemed to be low, and above 80% as high. These are arbitrary thresholds. In some cases, like for d-acidosis, it is the total from all bacteria that is important.

Reference Data
Tax Rank Tax Name Shift Percentile Distribution Citation Link
family Lachnospiraceae (NCBI:186803 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
family Ruminococcaceae (NCBI:541000 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Bacteroides (NCBI:816 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Butyricicoccus (NCBI:580596 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Carnobacterium (NCBI:2747 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Collinsella (NCBI:102106 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Coprococcus (NCBI:33042 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Dialister (NCBI:39948 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Dielma (NCBI:1472649 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Eggerthella (NCBI:84111 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Erysipelatoclostridium (NCBI:1505663 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Escherichia (NCBI:561 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Flavonifractor (NCBI:946234 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Holdemanella (NCBI:1573535 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Lachnospira (NCBI:28050 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Lactobacillus (NCBI:1578 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Megamonas (NCBI:158846 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Parabacteroides (NCBI:375288 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Prevotella (NCBI:838 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Romboutsia (NCBI:1501226 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Roseburia (NCBI:841 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Ruminiclostridium (NCBI:1508657 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Scardovia (NCBI:196081 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Shigella (NCBI:620 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Subdoligranulum (NCBI:292632 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Tyzzerella (NCBI:1506577 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
genus Weissella (NCBI:46255 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
phylum Bacillota (NCBI:1239 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
phylum Bacteroidota (NCBI:976 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
phylum Pseudomonadota (NCBI:1224 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
species [Clostridium] innocuum (NCBI:1522 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
species [Ruminococcus] gnavus (NCBI:33038 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
species [Ruminococcus] torques (NCBI:33039 ) High n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
species Agathobacter rectalis (NCBI:39491 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed
species Francisella tularensis (NCBI:263 ) Low n/a Distribution    πŸ“š PubMed

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