Details about Megasphaera hominis: NCBI 159836, gram-negative or unknown

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Lab Reporting

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LabFrequency SeenAverageStandard DeviationSamples
BiomeSight 86.433 % 0.0380000 % 0.149 % 1710
custom 3.333 % 0.0060000 % % 30
Medivere 100 % 0.0330000 % 0.058 % 7
Thryve 0.233 % 0.0130000 % 0.009 % 1285
uBiome 0.122 % 0.0090000 % % 818
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Statistics 11 Interactions with Other Bacteria NCBI Data Punk End Products Produced
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Desired Levels Suggestions

Megasphaera hominis (NCBI 159836) per million
Low Boundary High Boundary Source
0 3277.8 Standard Lab Ranges (+/- 2 Std Dev)
0 515 Box Plot Whisker
30 580 Kaltoft-Moltrup Normal Ranges

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