At present in our citizen science database we have samples reporting brain fog for:
- Biomesight: 124 samples
- Ombre/Thryve: 151 samples
- UBiome/Thryve: 170 samples
Results from different labs cannot be safely aggregated, so we will investigate on a lab by lab basis. One lab will read data as bacteria A and a different lab as bacteria B.
For very different and strong results using the same process see: Long COVID: microbiome scents – we smell a skunk!
By bacteria found nothing common across labs.
End Product Patterns
Ubiome was nothing significant. As above, nothing was in common between the labs. End Products have been weak to predict in prior analysis.
|End Product||uBiome||Ombre||Biome Sight|
|Gamma-Amino butyric acid (GABA)||Less|
KEGG Enzyme Patterns
ubiome gave 280 candidates, biomesight just 2, ombre had 40 candidates. There was nothing in common.
|15-cis-phytoene:acceptor oxidoreductase (lycopene-forming)||High|
|nitrous oxide:ferricytochrome-c oxidoreductase||High|
Biomesight returned nothing, Ombre just 7 candidates and ubiome 23. There was nothing in common.
Biomesight returned 2 candidates, Ombre returned 42 candidates and ubiome 86. There were a few things in common between Ombre and uBiome. False Detection rate is a risk.
- (S)-Ureidoglycolate – much higher consumption
- 2-O-(alpha-D-Glucopyranosyl)-D-glycerate – much higher consumption
- Formyl-CoA – much higher consumption
- Mentioned with coagulation in Biochemistry and genetics of inherited disorders of peroxisomal fatty acid metabolism
- S-Formylglutathione – much higher consumption
I am disappointed in not finding many associations. I will pass the torch to others to see if there is literature connecting these to coagulation or vascular constriction/dilatation .