Campylobacter Details: NCBI 194, gram-negative or unknown [genus]

| Campylobacter| Campylobacter Sebald and Veron 1963 (Approved Lists 1980) emend. Tanner et al. 1981| Campylobacter Sebald and Veron 1963 (Approved Lists 1980) emend. Vandamme et al. 1991| Campylobacter Sebald and Veron 1963 (Approved Lists 1980) emend. Vandamme et al. 2010

  1. Foodborne Pathogens: Campylobacter species are major causes of bacterial gastroenteritis worldwide. Infections are often associated with the consumption of contaminated food, particularly undercooked poultry, unpasteurized milk, and untreated water.

  2. Symptoms: Campylobacter infections can cause symptoms such as diarrhea (often bloody), abdominal cramping, fever, nausea, and vomiting. The illness is usually self-limiting, but severe cases may require medical attention.

  3. Transmission: Campylobacter is primarily transmitted to humans through the consumption of contaminated food or water. Cross-contamination during food handling and inadequate cooking practices contribute to the spread of the bacteria.

  4. Incubation Period: The incubation period for Campylobacter infections is typically a few days, with symptoms appearing 2 to 5 days after exposure.

  5. Complications: While most Campylobacter infections are self-limiting, some individuals may develop complications, including reactive arthritis and Guillain-Barré syndrome. Guillain-Barré syndrome is a rare but serious neurological condition that can occur after certain infections, including Campylobacter.

  6. Antibiotic Treatment: In severe cases or cases with complications, antibiotic treatment may be necessary. However, antibiotics are not always recommended for routine cases of Campylobacter infection.

  7. Prevention: Preventive measures include thorough cooking of poultry and other meats, practicing good hygiene in food handling, avoiding consumption of raw or undercooked eggs, and ensuring the safety of water sources.

  8. Global Impact: Campylobacter infections are a significant global public health concern. They are estimated to be one of the leading causes of bacterial gastroenteritis, contributing to a substantial burden of illness.

  9. Surveillance: Surveillance and monitoring of Campylobacter infections are important for identifying sources of contamination, implementing control measures, and reducing the risk of outbreaks.

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Lab Reporting

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One lab may say you have none, another may say you have a lot! - This may be solely due to the software they are using to estimate.
We deem lab specific values using values from the KM method for each specific lab to be the most reliable.

Desired Levels Suggestions for Campylobacter

These are values that are computed from lab specific samples (Patent Pending)
LabFrequencyUD-LowUD-HighKM LowKM HighLab LowLab HighMean MedianStandard DeviationBox Plot LowBox Plot High KM Percentile Low KM Percentile High
Other Labs 2.47 0 0 10 17780 0 11488 2421.9 643 4625.5 0 4604 0 %ile 100 %ile
biomesight 35.46 0 20 10 1220 0 6910 506 50 3267.3 0 230 0 %ile 95.6 %ile
thorne 100 70 5054 0 3835 1247.3 643 1320.2 3 3191 0 %ile 100 %ile
thryve 37.64 0 25 1 15031 0 3961 489.3 61 1771.3 0 291 0 %ile 99.8 %ile
ubiome 33.33 0 48 12 67367 0 17042 1992.1 145 7678.7 0 933 0 %ile 100 %ile

External Reference Ranges for Campylobacter

Campylobacter (NCBI 194) per million
Source of Ranges Low Boundary High Boundary Low Boundary %age High Boundary %age
XenoGene 0 100 0 0.01
Lab Teletest 0 500 0 0.05
Thorne (20/80%ile) 88.03 336.26 0.0088 0.0336
Statistic by Lab Source for Campylobacter
These desired values are reported from the lab reports
Lab Frequency Seen Average Standard Deviation Sample Count Lab Samples
AmericanGut 40 %   0.724 %  1.541 % 6.0 15
BiomeSight 37.201 %   0.053 %  0.311 % 1183.0 3180
BiomeSightRdp 22.581 %   0.076 %  0.159 % 7.0 31
bugspeak 100 %   0.021 %  % 1.0 1
CerbaLab 66.667 %   0.012 %  0.011 % 2.0 3
CosmosId 9.375 %   0.024 %  0.035 % 3.0 32
custom 39.706 %   0.914 %  0.75 % 27.0 68
es-xenogene 96.552 %   0.179 %  0.116 % 28.0 29
Medivere 100 %   0.003 %  0.002 % 7.0 7
SequentiaBiotech 19.444 %   0.151 %  0.112 % 7.0 36
Thorne 88.71 %   0.065 %  0.089 % 110.0 124
Thryve 37.137 %   0.043 %  0.165 % 524.0 1411
uBiome 33.333 %   0.199 %  0.768 % 263.0 789
vitract 50 %   0.003 %  0 % 3.0 6

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Antibiotics, Antivirals etc azithromycin,(antibiotic)s[CFS] 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Antibiotics, Antivirals etc doxycycline (antibiotic)s[CFS] 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Antibiotics, Antivirals etc erythromycin (antibiotic)s[CFS] 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Antibiotics, Antivirals etc minocycline (antibiotic)s[CFS] 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Antibiotics, Antivirals etc rifaximin (antibiotic)s 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Common Supplements Tributyrin 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases👶, Click for details.
Food (excluding seasonings) laminaria digitata,oarweed - seaweed 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Herb or Spice galla chinensis (herb) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Herb or Spice neem 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Herb or Spice thyme (thymol, thyme oil) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Miscellaneous, food additives, and other odd items Bismuth Salts 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Not Classified Mold and Home Dampness 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases👪, Click for details.
Prebiotics and similar Human milk oligosaccharides (prebiotic, Holigos, Stachyose) 3 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Prescription - Other proton-pump inhibitors (prescription) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases👶, Click for details.
Probiotics bacillus subtilis (probiotics) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Probiotics bifidobacterium longum,lactobacillus helveticus (probiotics) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Probiotics clostridium butyricum (probiotics),Miya,Miyarisan 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Probiotics enterococcus faecium (probiotic) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases👶, Click for details.
Probiotics lactobacillus reuteri (probiotics) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases👶, Click for details.
Probiotics pediococcus acidilactic (probiotic) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Probiotics Pediococcus pentosaceus 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.

Foods Containing the Campylobacter bacteria

Data comes from FoodMicrobionet. For the meaning of weight, see that site. The bacteria does not need to be alive to have an effect.

Beer Weight: 0.1484 Portuguese Painho de Porco Iberico fermented sausages Weight: 0.08446 Passito wine Weight: 0.02483 Dehulled maize dough fermented 12h, Ghana Weight: 0.01537 Dawadawa, Ghana Weight: 0.0124 Palm wine Weight: 0.009392 Teff dough fermented Weight: 0.008155 Dehulled maize dough, Ghana Weight: 0.004984 Kokonte, Ghana Weight: 0.004273 Sausage, Cyprus: Limassol Weight: 0.002642 Swiss-Dutch-type cheese Weight: 0.001987

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