SIBO Bacteria — nothing is certain…

A small number of possible ones are reported in the literature, but the quality of the results are suspect.

Tax RankTax NameShiftCitation Link
genusEnterococcus (NCBI:1350 )High   📚 PubMed
genusKlebsiella (NCBI:570 )High   📚 PubMed
genusPrevotella (NCBI:838 )High   📚 PubMed
genusSalmonella (NCBI:590 )High   📚 PubMed
genusStaphylococcus (NCBI:1279 )High   📚 PubMed
genusStreptococcus (NCBI:1301 )High   📚 PubMed
phylumFirmicutes (NCBI:1239 )Low   📚 PubMed
speciesAcinetobacter baumannii (NCBI:470 )High   📚 PubMed
speciesBifidobacterium longum (NCBI:216816 )Low   📚 PubMed
speciesEnterococcus faecalis (NCBI:1351 )High   📚 PubMed
speciesEnterococcus faecalis (NCBI:1351 )Low
speciesEnterococcus faecium (NCBI:1352 )High   📚 PubMed
speciesEscherichia coli (NCBI:562 )High   📚 PubMed
speciesEscherichia coli (NCBI:562 )High
speciesKlebsiella pneumoniae (NCBI:573 )High   📚 PubMed
speciesMethanobrevibacter smithii (NCBI:2173 )High   📚 PubMed
speciesMethanobrevibacter smithii (NCBI:2173 )High
speciesPseudomonas aeruginosa (NCBI:287 )High   📚 PubMed
From https://microbiomeprescription.com/library/PubMedCitation?CondId=67

The usual method of testing is from breath tests. From KEGG.JP we can get a list of bacteria that produces the compounds detected in the breath — the number is huge.

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