Release Notes

For people amusement, while reviewing new studies on PubMed, I got a pleasant surprise! My citizen science project (MicrobiomePrescription) is referenced in BMC Bioinformatics article published June 3 2021. Adding to my prior mentions in New Scientist and The Lancet. “Dysbiosis of the gut microbiome is a risk factor for osteoarthritis in older female adults: a case control study

Currently the online database consists of 50 million rows of data.

NOTE: Refactoring is still in progress

Most errors will automatically send emails about the issue and they should be resolved within 24 hrs. If something is still broken after 24 hours, please email Research@MicrobiomePrescription.com.

  • May 17th: Released revised UI
    • Revisions are still ongoing, but sufficiently stable
  • May 12th: Updated Long COVID publications and Bacteria
  • April 23, Release Probiotics suggestions based on symptom aggregation and enzymes for each sample which has enzymes. Often this reduces the enzymes to increase by 75% and should be superior to the generic probiotics suggestions released below.
Where the new page is – this uses the symptoms entered with the sample’s enzymes computations
  • April 22, Added Probiotics for Symptoms based on KEGG Enzymes (not sample specific – generic), see this post
  • Apr 4-21 Implemented Categoric Logistic Regression to Symptoms for:
    • Bacteria (Taxonomy)
    • Compounds estimated from KEGG
    • Enzymes estimated from KEGG
Location
The page show the odds for increasing or decreasing by over 1690 different significant factors
  • April 3, Refactor KEGG Probiotic Suggestions, see post.
  • April 2, Added/Update Bacteria Healthy ranges on per bacteria basis. The computed ranges are linked to pages explaining the method
Example from https://microbiomeprescription.com/library/details?taxon=1578