Decreasing Rothia Genus

 

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PubMed Data

There are 300+ studies on PubMed

Disease

  • “Decreased relative abundance of Lachnospira, Veillonella, Faecalibacterium, and Rothia in early infancy was reported to be associated with increased asthma risk.” [2016] [2015]
  • Rothia spp. are Gram-positive cocco-bacilli that cause a wide range of serious infections, especially in immunocompromised hosts. Risk factors for Rothia mucilaginosa (previously known as Stomatococcus mucilaginosus) bacteremia include prolonged and profound neutropenia, malignancy, and an indwelling vascular foreign body.” [2014]
  • RothiaEnterococcusStreptococcusVeillonella, and three other genera were markedly overrepresented in primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) ” [2017]
  • “Summary of published cases on Rothia dentocariosa infectious endocarditis ( inflammation of the inner tissues of the heart)” [2003]

Diet

  • An interesting aspect relevant to celiac disease is the presence of gluten-metabolizing bacterial genera such as Rothia spp. in the oral microbiome [2013]

Prebiotics

Antibiotics

  • “All of the tested isolates were susceptible to vancomycin and most beta-lactams; however, four of six tested isolates were resistant to oxacillin. “[2014]

Bottom Line

Very sparse information — most connected to dental health

Avoid

  • Gluten

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