Reducing Catenibacterium genus

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There are 14+ studies on PubMed.

Disease

  • ” morbidly obese insulin resistant group had a significant increase in the abundance of FirmicutesFusobacteriaPseudomonaceaePrevotellaceaeFusobacteriaceaePseudomonasCatenibacteriumPrevotellaVeillonella and Fusobacterium compared to the morbidly obese low insulin resistant group. ” [2016]
  • “two genera were depleted among those with high versus low cardiovascular disease risk profile” [2016]
  • “Brachybacterium, Catenibacterium, Enterobacteriaceae, Halomonadaceae, Moraxellaceae, Nesterenkonia, Polyangiaceae, Pseudomonadaceae, and Thiothrix families were markedly increased in patients with end-stage renal disease.” [2013]
  • “in subjects with a history of  C. difficile associated diarrhea , the dominant species were either Catenibacterium (33.0%) or Ruminococcus (65.6%).” [2011]

Diet

Prebiotics

Probiotics

  • “Ruminococcus, Catenibacterium, Tanneralla, Allstipes, etc.  appeared only in the Enterococcus faecium treatment group,” [2016]
  • “We also observed a significant decreased in Catenibacterium communities with Saccharomyces boulardi” [2017]
  • “30 days after the start of probiotics (BIO-THREE®), the peak of Enterococcus was not seen any more, and Clostridium, Ruminococcus, Eubacterium, Catenibacterium and Bacteroides began to be detected,” [2012]

Antibiotics

  • “There was a reduction in the abundance of Blautia, Catenibacterium, Lactobacillus, and Faecalibacterium species and an increase in Butyrivibrio, Oscillospira and Ruminococcus after (a cocktail of) bacteriophage administration. ” [2017]

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