Increasing Oxalobacter Formigenes

uBiome’s Smart Gut associate low levels with various conditions.

Oxalobacter formigenes (O. formigenes) is a nonpathogenic, Gram-negative, obligate anaerobic bacterium that commonly inhabits the human gut and degrades oxalate as its major energy and carbon source. Results from a case-controlled study suggested that lack of O. formigenes colonization is a risk factor for recurrent calcium oxalate stone formation. Hence, O. formigenes colonization may prove to be an efficacious method for limiting calcium oxalate stone risk.” [2016]

There appears to be a probiotic in progress:

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Proteobacteria -> Betaproteobacteria -> Burkholderiales -> Oxalobacteraceae -> Oxalobacter -> Oxalobacter formigenes

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We have  180+ studies for Oxalobacter Formigenes

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