Special Studies Bacteria Identified across Labs for Post-exertional malaise

Many of the bacteria identified are at the species level (which varies across labs). This is an aggregation of those to their species. For simplicity, only items with 3 or more are listed.

Bacteria NameRankShiftCount Common Bacteria
Agromyces genus Low 3
Anaerococcus genus Low 6
Bacteroides genus Low 3
Bifidobacterium genus Low 19
Blautia genus Low 3
Clostridium genus Low 4
Collinsella genus Low 3
Coprococcus genus Low 3
Dialister genus Low 3
Fusobacterium genus Low 5
Lactiplantibacillus genus Low 3
Mediterraneibacter genus Low 3
Peptoniphilus genus Low 4
Phocaeicola genus Low 3
Prevotella genus Low 8
Saccharopolyspora genus Low 3
Schaalia genus Low 3
Streptococcus genus Low 4
Succinivibrio genus Low 4
Veillonella genus Low 5

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