Details about Gordonibacter pamelaeae: NCBI 471189

Note: NCBI has updated names - we are standardizing on 'scientific name'

high G+C gram-positive

Other Names: CCUG 55131 DSM 19378 Gordonibacter pamelaeae Gordonibacter pamelaeae Wurdemann et al. 2009 emend. Jin et al. 2014 JCM 16334 strain 7-10-1-b

Distribution Chart and Statistics    |    End Products Produced   |    ๐Ÿ“š PubMed Citations   |    165 Interactions with Other Bacteria

Medical Condition Associated

Based on the 71K samples on GMrepo : a curated database of human gut metagenomes as of Oct,2021

Adenoma  Anorexia  Arthritis, Reactive  Arthritis, Rheumatoid  Asthma  Atherosclerosis  Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity  Autism Spectrum Disorder  Autistic Disorder  Autoimmune Diseases  Behcet Syndrome  Bipolar Disorder  Breast Neoplasms  Cardiovascular Diseases  Celiac Disease  Cholangitis, Sclerosing  Clostridium difficile  Clostridium Infections  Colitis, Ulcerative  Colonic Diseases  Colorectal Neoplasms  Constipation  Crohn Disease  Cystic Fibrosis  Diabetes Mellitus  Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1  Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2  Diabetes, Gestational  Diarrhea  Eczema  Epilepsy  Gastroesophageal Reflux  Gingivitis  Graves Disease  Hashimoto Disease  Hematologic Neoplasms  Hepatitis B virus  HIV  HIV-1  Hypertension  Infant, Low Birth Weight  Infant, Premature  Inflammatory Bowel Diseases  Intestinal Diseases  Irritable Bowel Syndrome  Kidney Diseases  Kidney Failure, Chronic  Liver Cirrhosis  Liver Diseases  Lung Diseases  Melanoma  Metabolic Syndrome  Migraine Disorders  Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease  Obesity  Overweight  Parkinson Disease  Phenylketonurias  Precursor Cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Lymphoma  Prediabetic State  Pregnant Women  Psoriasis  REM Sleep Behavior Disorder  Rett Syndrome  Rotavirus Infections  Severe Acute Malnutrition  Shiga-Toxigenic Escherichia coli  Short Bowel Syndrome  Spondylarthritis  Spondylitis, Ankylosing  Stomach Neoplasms  Thyroid Diseases  Thyroid Neoplasms  Tuberculosis  Uveomeningoencephalitic Syndrome 

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Does a specific lab/source detect it?

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es-xenogene 25 % 4
SequentiaBiotech 0 % 38
BiomeSightRdp 0 % 10
CosmosId 73.33 % 31
AmericanGut 0 % 18
custom 0 % 10
Microba 0 % 11
Medivere 0 % 8
uBiome 52.22 % 833
Thryve 35.33 % 773
BiomeSight 0 % 670

Desired Levels from Some Experts

Some sources used the IQR range (25%ile-75%ile) of healthy controls. This means that 50% of healthy controls will be out of range.

The KM ranges detect where abnormal ranges start

Percentage Seen in Sample
Low Boundary High Boundary Source
0.001 %0.1725 % Kaltoft-Moltrup Normal Ranges

Ranges can vary from lab to lab because of different equipment and software being used.

A value of 50 means typical average value. Below 50, lower values, above 50 higher values

Determined from annotated data uploaded to this site for {taxname}
Z-ScoreSymptom NameTypical Value
5.3     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Frequently get words or numbers in the wrong order    29
4.9     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Impaired Memory & concentration    35
4.4     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Frequently loose train of thought    30
4.3     Onset: 1970-1980    77
4.2     Onset: over 31 years since onset    74
4     Autonomic Manifestations: exertional dyspnea    81
3.9     Immune: Sensitivity to smell/food/medication/chemicals    64
3.9     Immune Manifestations: hives    78
3.8     Pain: Eye pain    72
3.8     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Fatigue    39
3.8     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Shortness of breath    32
3.6     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : New trouble with math    33
3.6     Official Diagnosis: Crohn's Disease    76
3.6     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Trouble expressing thoughts    32
3.5     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Absent-mindedness    33
3.4     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Slowness of thought    35
3.3     Neuroendocrine: Chills or shivers    71
3.3     Neuroendocrine Manifestations: Dry Eye (Sicca or Sjogren Syndrome)    64
3.2     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Slow to react    31
3.2     Comorbid: Crohn's Disease    75
3.2     Gender: Female    59
3.2     Neuroendocrine: Lack of appetite    71
3.2     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Unrefreshing Sleep, that is waking up feeling tired    40
3.1     Comorbid: Mold Sensitivity / Exposure    64
3.1     Asymptomatic: Live in house with person with probable microbiome dysfunction    67
3.1     Neurological-Sleep: Vivid Dreams/Nightmares    64
3.1     Infection: Parasite - Other    34
3.1     Autonomic Manifestations: palpitations    67
3     Blood Type: A Positive    33
3     Neuroendocrine Manifestations: abnormal appetite    63
3     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Feel unsteady on feet    31
2.9     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Easily irritated    35
2.9     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Difficulty reasoning things out    37
2.8     Neuroendocrine Manifestations: Air Hunger    67
2.8     Autonomic: Blurred or tunnel vision after standing    67
2.8     General: Fatigue    57
2.8     Autonomic: Inability to tolerate an upright position    38
2.8     Comorbid-Mouth: Gingivits / Gum Disease    66
2.8     Neurological: Confusion    65
2.7     Comorbid-Mouth: Dry Mouth    62
2.7     Pain: Joint pain    61
2.7     Neuroendocrine Manifestations: marked diurnal fluctuation    78
2.7     Pain: Aching of the eyes or behind the eyes    63
2.7     DePaul University Fatigue Questionnaire : Difficulty recalling information    35
2.6     Neuroendocrine Manifestations: Muscle weakness    59
2.6     Onset: Gradual    60

I would like to know about this bacteria's

From Published Science

Based on Studies on PubMed
Medical ConditionDirectionPValue
Type 2 Diabetes Low ๐Ÿ“š 1 citations
Atherosclerosis High ๐Ÿ“š 1 citations
Liver Cirrhosis Low ๐Ÿ“š 1 citations
rheumatoid arthritis (RA),Spondyloarthritis (SpA) High ๐Ÿ“š 1 citations

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Antibiotics, Antivirals etc florfenicol (antibiotic)s ๐Ÿ“š 1 studies report Decreases
chloramphenicol family antibiotics (prescription) florfenicol (antibiotic)s ๐Ÿ“š 1 studies report Decreases
Drug florfenicol ๐Ÿ“š 1 studies report Decreases
Food (excluding seasonings) pomegranate blossom tea ๐Ÿ“š 1 studies report Increases
Herb or Spice glycyrrhizic acid (licorice) ๐Ÿ“š 1 studies report Increases
Herb or Spice Slippery Elm ๐Ÿ“š 1 studies report Increases
Herb or Spice triphala ๐Ÿ“š 1 studies report Decreases
not classified Goji (berry,juice) ๐Ÿ“š 1 studies report Increases
not classified pomegranate ๐Ÿ“š 3 studies report Increases
pomegranate fruit pomegranate blossom tea ๐Ÿ“š 1 studies report Increases
teas pomegranate blossom tea ๐Ÿ“š 1 studies report Increases
vet: animal-targeted drugs (prescription) florfenicol ๐Ÿ“š 1 studies report Decreases

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