Tests for Multiple Sclerosis

  1. ๐Ÿ“š Citations
  2. ๐Ÿฆ  Taxons (Bacteria) report by studies
  3. ๐Ÿฅฃ Candidates for improving (avoids and takes)
  4. ๐Ÿ”ฎ Bacteria Related Conditions
  5. es-xenogene is located in Spain and is expensive compared to others

Some 16s providers support download of FASTQ (raw data - BIG FILES). These can be processed thru other services (at the moment, Thryve and Biomesight offers free processing). The bacteria is determine by computer algorithms, which differs from lab to lab.

  1. Biomesight and BiomeSightRdp ships worldwide - including the US
  2. Thryve is now Ombre Labs but only ships to the US
  3. CosmosId is available thru NirvanaBiome
  4. Medivere is based in Germany
  5. American Gut
  6. Xenogene is both the most expensive and most detail for rare bacteria. They are based in Spain
  7. uBiome is no longer in business
The Percentage of significant bacteria each test reports on
Name Percentage
FASTQ processed thru both Thryve and BiomeSight 98.9%
Thryve 95.7%
uBiome 89.2%
CosmosId 89.2%
SequentiaBiotech 88.2%
es-xenogene 87.1%
BiomeSightRdp 86%
BiomeSight 82.8%
Thorne 82.8%
Medivere 76.3%
Microba 69.9%
AmericanGut 57%
GanzimmunDiag 46.2%
Gut Zoomer (vibrant-wellness) 40.9%
Microba1 39.8%
DayTwo 31.2%
GanzImmun Diagnostic A6 (cfu/gm) 29%
Genova Gi Effects (cfu/g) 24.7%
GI360 Stool (UK) 23.7%
Metagenomics Stool (De Meirleir) (16s Limited) 22.6%
Diagnostic Solution GI-Map (cfu/gm) 22.6%
Biovis Microbiome Plus (cfu/g) 20.4%
Nordic Laboratories 14%
Viome (Latest Reports Fail to provide ANY measurements) 14%
Medivere: Darm Mikrobiom Stuhltest (16s limited) 12.9%
NutriPATH 12.9%
GI EcologiX (Invivo) 11.8%
Smart Gut (ubiome 16s - Limited Taxonomy) 10.8%
GanzImmun Diagnostics AG Befundbericht 10.8%
Bioscreen (cfu/gm) 9.7%
InVitaLab (cfu/gm) 7.5%
Kyber Kompakt (cfu/g) 7.5%
Verisana (cfu/ml) aka (kbe/ml) 5.4%
Medivere: Darn Magen Diagnostik (16s Limited) 5.4%
Medivere: Gesundsheitscheck Darm (16s Limited) 5.4%
Genova Parasitology (cfu/g) 3.2%

All suggestions are computed solely on their predicted microbiome impact. Safety, side-effects etc must be evaluated by your medical professionals before starting. Some items suggests have significant risk of adverse consequences for some people.

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