Corynebacterium durum Details: NCBI 61592, high G+C gram-positive [species]

| CCUG 37331| CIP 105490| Corynebacterium durum| Corynebacterium durum Riegel et al. 1997| DSM 44351| IBS G15036| JCM 11948

  1. Skin microbiota: Corynebacterium species are commonly found on the skin surface as part of the skin microbiota. In healthy individuals, these bacteria are considered commensal organisms and may contribute to the maintenance of skin health by competing with pathogenic microorganisms for nutrients and colonization sites.

  2. Skin infections: While Corynebacterium species are typically benign on the skin, certain factors such as compromised skin barrier function, immunosuppression, or medical procedures can predispose individuals to Corynebacterium-related skin infections. These infections may manifest as superficial skin conditions such as erythrasma, trichomycosis axillaris, or cutaneous diphtheria, although Corynebacterium durum specifically may not be commonly implicated in such infections.

  3. Respiratory infections: Corynebacterium species, including Corynebacterium durum, can occasionally cause respiratory tract infections, particularly in immunocompromised individuals or those with underlying respiratory conditions. However, Corynebacterium species are not among the most common respiratory pathogens, and their role in respiratory infections is typically secondary to more predominant pathogens.

  4. Nosocomial infections: In healthcare settings, Corynebacterium species, including Corynebacterium durum, may occasionally be isolated from clinical specimens obtained from patients with nosocomial infections. These infections may involve various sites, including wounds, catheter sites, or surgical sites, and are often associated with medical device-related infections or compromised host defenses.

  5. Antimicrobial resistance: Some Corynebacterium species, including Corynebacterium durum, have demonstrated resistance to certain antimicrobial agents, posing challenges for treatment. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing may be necessary to guide appropriate antibiotic therapy for Corynebacterium infections.

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Desired Levels Suggestions for Corynebacterium durum

Using Kaltoft-Moldrup Heuristic Using uploaded data for Corynebacterium durum

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 6.3 %ile 304 3 %ile 0 188 43.6 20 73.9 10 304
biomesight 10 0 %ile 8088 100 %ile 0 1392 103.5 20 657.3 0 60
thryve 1 0 %ile 1334 100 %ile 0 266 45.1 27 112.8 9 61
ubiome 18 0 %ile 182 100 %ile 0 102 45.4 35 28.9 15 77
Lab Suggestions for Corynebacterium durum
Corynebacterium durum (NCBI 61592) per million
Low Boundary High Boundary Low Boundary %age High Boundary %age Lab Samples
Statistic by Lab Source for Corynebacterium durum
These desired values are reported from the lab reports
Lab Frequency Seen Average Standard Deviation Sample Count Lab Samples
BiomeSight 6.691 %   0.009 %  0.061 % 187.0 2795
BiomeSightRdp 5.405 %   0.001 %  0 % 2.0 37
CosmosId 40.625 %   0.005 %  0.008 % 13.0 32
Thryve 13.863 %   0.004 %  0.01 % 192.0 1385
Tiny 100 %   0.002 %  % 1.0 1
uBiome 15.491 %   0.005 %  0.003 % 123.0 794

Symptoms Associated with Corynebacterium durum From Citizen Science Studies

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Foods Containing the Corynebacterium durum 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.

Dehulled maize dough, Ghana Weight: 0.01246 Dehulled maize dough fermented 12h, Ghana Weight: 0.009781 Swiss-Dutch-type cheese Weight: 0.004969

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Data Contradictions β€” Limits of Certainity

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Antibiotics, Antivirals etc azithromycin,(antibiotic)s[CFS] 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Antibiotics, Antivirals etc clarithromycin (antibiotic)s[CFS] 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Antibiotics, Antivirals etc metronidazole (antibiotic)s[CFS] 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Diet Style high-fat diets 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Food (excluding seasonings) alcoholic beverages 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Food (excluding seasonings) blueberry 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Food (excluding seasonings) whey 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice aloe vera 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Herb or Spice ginger 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Miscellaneous, food additives, and other odd items glyphosate 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Prebiotics and similar Human milk oligosaccharides (prebiotic, Holigos, Stachyose) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Prescription - Other metformin (prescription) 1 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 lactobacillus plantarum (probiotics) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Probiotics Limosilactobacillus fermentum (probiotic) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Sugar and similar non-starch polysaccharides 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Sugar and similar saccharin 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.

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