Terriglobia Details: NCBI 204432, gram-negative or unknown [class]

| "Acidobacteriae" Oren et al. 2015| 'Solibacteres'| Acidobacteria| Acidobacteria Cavalier-Smith 2002| Acidobacteria subdivision 3| Acidobacteriae| Acidobacteriia| Acidobacteriia (sic) Cavalier-Smith 2002 in Thrash and Coates 2011| Solibacteres

  1. Normal Gut Microbiota: Some Enterobacter species are part of the normal gut microbiota. In the healthy gut, these bacteria may contribute to the overall balance of the microbial community and perform various functions related to digestion and metabolism.

  2. Opportunistic Pathogens: Certain strains of Enterobacter, such as Enterobacter cloacae, can act as opportunistic pathogens. They may cause infections, including urinary tract infections, respiratory tract infections, and bloodstream infections, particularly in healthcare settings.

  3. Antibiotic Resistance: Some Enterobacter strains are known for their ability to acquire antibiotic resistance genes. This can be a concern in clinical settings, as infections caused by antibiotic-resistant strains may be more challenging to treat.

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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 Terriglobia

Using Kaltoft-Moldrup Heuristic Using uploaded data for Terriglobia

Lab Low and High are calculated using the formula that most labs use: Mean - 2 Standard Deviation to Mean + 2 Standard Deviation

These are values that are computed from lab specific samples (Patent Pending)
LabKM LowKM Percentile LowKM HighKM Percentile HighLab LowLab HighMean MedianStandard DeviationBox Plot LowBox Plot High
* 10 7.8 %ile 220 95 %ile 0 896 79.7 30 416.6 10 82
biomesight 10 5 %ile 150 95 %ile 0 264 45.6 20 111.3 20 60
thryve 12 7.9 %ile 165 95 %ile 0 193 48.8 32 73.5 8 78
ubiome 19 5 %ile 11204 95 %ile 0 3035 414.7 88 1337 0 348
Lab Suggestions for Terriglobia
Terriglobia (NCBI 204432) per million
Low Boundary High Boundary Low Boundary %age High Boundary %age Lab Samples
12.1 32.82 0.0012 0.0033 Thorne (20/80%ile)
Statistic by Lab Source for Terriglobia
These desired values are reported from the lab reports
Lab Frequency Seen Average Standard Deviation Sample Count Lab Samples
BiomeSight 16.057 %   0.005 %  0.012 % 443.0 2759
BiomeSightRdp 5.405 %   0.003 %  0.001 % 2.0 37
bugspeak 100 %   0.015 %  % 1.0 1
CerbaLab 66.667 %   0.003 %  0.001 % 2.0 3
custom 6.667 %   0.002 %  0.002 % 4.0 60
es-xenogene 13.793 %   0.017 %  0.01 % 4.0 29
Medivere 28.571 %   0.001 %  0 % 2.0 7
Thorne 91.781 %   0.003 %  0.004 % 67.0 73
Thryve 65.025 %   0.005 %  0.007 % 898.0 1381
Tiny 100 %   0.002 %  % 1.0 1
uBiome 14.033 %   0.041 %  0.134 % 111.0 791

Symptoms Associated with Terriglobia From Citizen Science Studies

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Foods Containing the Terriglobia 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.

Sufu - Formented tofu Weight: 0.007873

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Data Contradictions β€” Limits of Certainity

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Herb or Spice sesuvium portulacastrum herb 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Not Classified Toothpaste fluoride 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Probiotics bacillus subtilis (probiotics) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Probiotics bifidobacterium adolescentis,(probiotics) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Probiotics lactobacillus reuteri (probiotics) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Probiotics lactobacillus rhamnosus gg (probiotics) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Vitamins, Minerals and similar vitamin d 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.

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