Details about Hydrocarboniphaga: NCBI 243627, gram-negative or unknown

  1. Hydrocarbon Degraders: Hydrocarboniphaga bacteria are hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria, meaning they have the capability to break down and utilize hydrocarbons as a source of energy. They play a role in the natural attenuation of environments contaminated with oil or petroleum.

  2. Environmental Distribution: Members of the genus Hydrocarboniphaga are commonly found in oil-contaminated environments such as oilfields, oil spills, and areas with high levels of petroleum hydrocarbons.

  3. Bioremediation Potential: The ability of Hydrocarboniphaga bacteria to degrade hydrocarbons has potential applications in bioremediation processes. Bioremediation involves the use of microorganisms to break down and remove pollutants from the environment.

  4. Limited Information on Human Health: As of my last update, there is limited specific information on the direct health impacts of Hydrocarboniphaga in humans. The focus of research on this genus is often more oriented toward its ecological and metabolic characteristics in hydrocarbon-contaminated environments.

  5. Non-Pathogenic: Hydrocarboniphaga bacteria are not typically associated with causing diseases in humans. Instead, they are more recognized for their role in environmental processes.

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Desired Levels Suggestions for Hydrocarboniphaga

Using Kaltoft-Moldrup Heuristic Using uploaded data for Hydrocarboniphaga

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 HighMeanStandard Deviation
All 0.001 0 %ile 0.024 97.6 %ile 0 0.042 0.007 0.018
BiomeSight 0.001 0 %ile 0.024 97.6 %ile 0 0.042 0.007 0.018
Ombre/Thryve 0.005 50 %ile 0.005 50 %ile 0.005
Lab Suggestions for Hydrocarboniphaga
Hydrocarboniphaga (NCBI 243627) per million
Low Boundary High Boundary Low Boundary %age High Boundary %age Lab Samples
Statistic by Lab Source for Hydrocarboniphaga
These desired values are reported from the lab reports
Lab Frequency Seen Average Standard Deviation Sample Count Lab Samples
Thryve 0.127 %   0.004 %  0.001 % 2.0 1571
BiomeSightRdp 33.333 %   0.006 %  0.004 % 15.0 45
BiomeSight 75.056 %   0.007 %  0.017 % 1998.0 2662

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