This is a novel way of detecting patterns, instead of looking at the values, we use the rare bacteria to determine if the rate bacteria shifts matches. The table below does not show the amount, but how often a bacteria is seen in samples with various conditions. In general, if it is seen less, it is likely that the percentile values seen will be lower. If it seen more, than the percentile values will likely be higher than average.
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These are not predictive (chicken and egg questions). Values over 66% or below 33% that are a match may be a concern
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