PubMed Conditions Bacteria Progression

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Caution:This is based on bacteria in common. Some conditions have short lists due to few studies. DNA is also a significant factor for developing or not developing a condition.

Related Condition Name Overlab Percentage
Alzheimer`s disease 31 %
Ankylosing spondylitis 32 %
Autism 43 %
COVID-19 31 %
Crohn`s Disease 49 %
Depression 50 %
Epilepsy 31 %
hypertension (High Blood Pressure 31 %
Inflammatory Bowel Disease 32 %
Liver Cirrhosis 31 %
Long COVID 50 %
Metabolic Syndrome 57 %
Mood Disorders 57 %
Multiple Sclerosis 35 %
Obesity 50 %
Parkinson`s Disease 35 %
rheumatoid arthritis (RA),Spondyloarthritis (SpA) 40 %
Schizophrenia 32 %
Type 2 Diabetes 49 %
Ulcerative colitis 43 %

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