Bacteria to Hand-Pick for Autism with Ombre/Thryve samples

Some recent work has identified bacteria that are associated with Autism. For a summary of method, see this post. The following are the list of bacteria seen with Ombre/Thryve samples that are annotated with Autism. There are not sufficient samples yet for specific autism characteristics – so please check your uploaded samples and update the symptoms.

Note the list is Ombre/Thryve specific and cannot be applied to other microbiome reports. There is also Bacteria to Hand-Pick for Autism with Biomesight samples

These are bacteria that you want to reduce (with one caveat — the suggestions algorithm requires the percentile to be 50%ile or more). How to hand pick them? See below the list.

Note: you may only have a few of these. They are shown in the same sequence as seen on Microbiome Tree. The LAST item is what was found to be statistically significant.

  1. Proteobacteria Gammaproteobacteria Gammaproteobacteria incertae sedis
  2. Pectobacteriaceae Brenneria Brenneria alni
  3. Enterobacterales Enterobacteriaceae Klebsiella/Raoultella group
  4. Enterobacteriaceae Klebsiella/Raoultella group Klebsiella
  5. Alphaproteobacteria Hyphomicrobiales Devosiaceae
  6. Alphaproteobacteria Hyphomicrobiales Hyphomicrobiaceae
  7. Betaproteobacteria Neisseriales Neisseriaceae
  8. Betaproteobacteria Rhodocyclales Zoogloeaceae
  9. Burkholderiales Burkholderiaceae Burkholderia
  10. Sutterellaceae Sutterella Sutterella wadsworthensis
  11. Bacteria Proteobacteria delta/epsilon subdivisions
  12. Proteobacteria delta/epsilon subdivisions Deltaproteobacteria
  13. Desulfovibrionaceae Desulfovibrio Desulfovibrio piger
  14. PVC group Verrucomicrobia Opitutae
  15. Flavobacteriia Flavobacteriales Cryomorphaceae
  16. Flavobacteriales Cryomorphaceae Cryomorpha
  17. Cryomorphaceae Cryomorpha Cryomorpha ignava
  18. Bacteroidetes/Chlorobi group Bacteroidetes Sphingobacteriia
  19. Bacteroidetes Sphingobacteriia Sphingobacteriales
  20. Sphingobacteriia Sphingobacteriales Sphingobacteriaceae
  21. Bacteroidales Porphyromonadaceae Porphyromonas
  22. Clostridia Eubacteriales Defluviitaleaceae
  23. Eubacteriales Defluviitaleaceae Defluviitalea
  24. Clostridia Eubacteriales Proteinivoraceae
  25. Eubacteriales Proteinivoraceae Anaerobranca
  26. Eubacteriales Lachnospiraceae Butyrivibrio
  27. Lachnospiraceae Butyrivibrio Butyrivibrio crossotus
  28. Lachnospiraceae Butyrivibrio Butyrivibrio fibrisolvens
  29. Eubacteriaceae Eubacterium Eubacterium coprostanoligenes
  30. Eubacteriales Peptococcaceae Desulfosporosinus
  31. Eubacteriales Clostridiaceae Alkaliphilus
  32. Clostridiaceae Clostridium Clostridium oryzae
  33. Clostridiaceae Clostridium Clostridium lundense
  34. Clostridiaceae Clostridium Clostridium intestinale
  35. Eubacteriales Clostridiaceae Lactonifactor
  36. Eubacteriales Clostridiaceae Caloramator
  37. Eubacteriales Eubacteriales incertae sedis Natranaerovirga
  38. Eubacteriales Eubacteriales incertae sedis [Bacteroides] pectinophilus
  39. Clostridia Thermosediminibacterales Thermosediminibacteraceae
  40. Terrabacteria group Firmicutes Firmicutes sensu stricto incertae sedis
  41. Firmicutes Firmicutes sensu stricto incertae sedis Hydrogenispora
  42. Selenomonadales Sporomusaceae Anaerospora
  43. Sporomusaceae Anaerospora Anaerospora hongkongensis
  44. Selenomonadales Selenomonadaceae Megamonas
  45. Bacilli Bacillales Listeriaceae
  46. Bacillales Listeriaceae Listeria
  47. Bacilli Bacillales Bacillales incertae sedis
  48. Bacillales Bacillales incertae sedis Bacillales Family X. Incertae Sedis
  49. Bacillales incertae sedis Bacillales Family X. Incertae Sedis Thermicanus
  50. Lactobacillales Lactobacillaceae Limosilactobacillus
  51. Lactobacillaceae Limosilactobacillus Limosilactobacillus fermentum
  52. Lactobacillales Lactobacillaceae Liquorilactobacillus
  53. Lactobacillaceae Liquorilactobacillus Liquorilactobacillus vini
  54. Cyanobacteria/Melainabacteria group Cyanobacteria Oscillatoriophycideae
  55. Cyanobacteria Oscillatoriophycideae Oscillatoriales
  56. Bacteria Terrabacteria group Chloroflexi
  57. Terrabacteria group Chloroflexi Chloroflexia
  58. Bacteria Terrabacteria group Actinobacteria
  59. Terrabacteria group Actinobacteria Actinomycetia
  60. Actinobacteria Actinomycetia Bifidobacteriales
  61. Actinomycetia Bifidobacteriales Bifidobacteriaceae
  62. Bifidobacteriales Bifidobacteriaceae Bifidobacterium
  63. Bifidobacteriaceae Bifidobacterium Bifidobacterium bifidum
  64. Bifidobacteriaceae Bifidobacterium Bifidobacterium asteroides
  65. Bifidobacteriaceae Bifidobacterium Bifidobacterium subtile
  66. Actinomycetia Propionibacteriales Nocardioidaceae
  67. Actinobacteria Coriobacteriia Coriobacteriales
  68. Coriobacteriia Coriobacteriales Coriobacteriaceae
  69. Coriobacteriales Coriobacteriaceae Senegalimassilia
  70. Coriobacteriaceae Senegalimassilia Senegalimassilia anaerobia
  71. Tenericutes Mollicutes Entomoplasmatales
  72. Mollicutes Entomoplasmatales Spiroplasmataceae
  73. Entomoplasmatales Spiroplasmataceae Spiroplasma
  74. Tenericutes Mollicutes Anaeroplasmatales
  75. Mollicutes Anaeroplasmatales Anaeroplasmataceae
  76. Anaeroplasmatales Anaeroplasmataceae Anaeroplasma
  77. Acidobacteria Acidobacteriia Acidobacteriales
  78. Acidobacteriia Acidobacteriales Acidobacteriaceae
  79. cellular organisms Bacteria Elusimicrobia
  80. Bacteria Elusimicrobia Elusimicrobia

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3 thoughts on “Bacteria to Hand-Pick for Autism with Ombre/Thryve samples

  1. Hi Ken,
    Thank you for you work and interest in autism. At the end of your video, you say that children with autism shouldn’t have bifidobacterium probiotics, but my son actually has very low bifido bacterium. I am using prebiotics to increase their count. Is this a safer option in your experience? TIA

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