Other Names: DSM 22477 JCM 16070 Slackia piriformis Slackia piriformis Nagai et al. 2010 YIT 12062
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Citizen Science 2.0 Explorer. List is restricted to associations with a high count and a change of random occurance greater than 1 in 100.
|Age: 60-70||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 3210.4|
|Neurological-Sleep: Chaotic diurnal sleep rhythms (Erratic Sleep)||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 2486.1|
|Neurological-Audio: hypersensitivity to noise||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 2274.9|
|Neurological-Vision: photophobia (Light Sensitivity)||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 1077|
|Neurological: Executive Decision Making (Difficulty making)||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 916.7|
|Blood Type: O Positive||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 632.3|
|Neurological: Difficulty reading||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 519|
|Comorbid: Histamine or Mast Cell issues||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 519|
|Comorbid: Hypothyroidism||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 456.6|
A P-value below 0.0001 is the recommended threshold. A larger R-Square value means a stronger relationship. This is unpublished data using Properitary Artificial Intelligence.