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Bladder cancer ⇒ Cancer {40000147}

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Definition:
Bladder cancer
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Initialisation date:
2020-09-06

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Category:
Urology, Oncology
MedDra ID:
10005003
MedDra Level:
pt

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- The most abundant phyla are Actinobacteria, Bacteroidetes, Firmicutes, Proteobacteria, and Tenericutes.
- The abundance of Proteobacteria was significantly higher among patients who had disease recurrence.
- Firmicutes such as Lactobacillales were more abundant in patients who did not have disease recurrence. (1)

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    - Sulforaphane can normalize the intestinal flora imbalance of bladder cancer mice with a significant increase in Bacteroides fragilis and Clostridium cluster I


[Coverage other Diseases (Overlap > 0.25)]

DiseaseOverlapCommon increased OrganismCommon decreased Organism
Bladder cancer 1.0000 24 (100%) : Acinetobacter | Actinobaculum massiliense | Actinomyces europaeus | Aeromonas | Anaerococcus | Anoxybacillus | Atopostipes | Brucellaceae | Cupriavidus | Facklamia | Fusobacterium | Fusobacterium nucleatum | Geobacillus | Jonquetella anthropi | Pelomonas | Proteobacteria | Ralstonia | Roseburia hominis | Rubrobacter | Ruminococcaceae | Shigella | Sphingobacterium | Sphingomonas | Subdoligranulum 18 (100%) : Bacteroides | Bifidobacterium | Corynebacterium | Corynebacterium appendicis | Firmicutes | Laceyella | Lactobacillales | Lactobacillus | Prevotella | Proteus | Roseomonas | Ruminiclostridium | Ruminococcaceae | Serratia | Streptococcus | Streptococcus cristatus | Veillonella | Veillonella dispar
Crohn's disease 0.4097 9 (38%) : Acinetobacter | Aeromonas | Fusobacterium | Fusobacterium nucleatum | Pelomonas | Proteobacteria | Roseburia hominis | Shigella | Sphingomonas 8 (44%) : Bacteroides | Bifidobacterium | Firmicutes | Lactobacillus | Prevotella | Ruminiclostridium | Ruminococcaceae | Streptococcus
Parkinson's Disease 0.3333 8 (33%) : Acinetobacter | Proteobacteria | Ralstonia | Ruminococcaceae | Shigella | Sphingobacterium | Sphingomonas | Subdoligranulum 6 (33%) : Corynebacterium | Lactobacillus | Prevotella | Ruminococcaceae | Streptococcus | Veillonella
HIV infection 0.3333 8 (33%) : Acinetobacter | Anaerococcus | Brucellaceae | Fusobacterium | Pelomonas | Proteobacteria | Ralstonia | Shigella 6 (33%) : Bacteroides | Bifidobacterium | Prevotella | Ruminococcaceae | Streptococcus | Veillonella
Autism 0.3194 2 (8%) : Ruminococcaceae | Shigella 10 (56%) : Bacteroides | Bifidobacterium | Corynebacterium | Laceyella | Lactobacillus | Prevotella | Ruminiclostridium | Ruminococcaceae | Streptococcus | Veillonella
Obesity 0.3056 4 (17%) : Anaerococcus | Fusobacterium | Fusobacterium nucleatum | Proteobacteria 8 (44%) : Bacteroides | Bifidobacterium | Lactobacillus | Prevotella | Ruminiclostridium | Ruminococcaceae | Streptococcus | Veillonella
Colorectal cancer 0.2986 5 (21%) : Acinetobacter | Anaerococcus | Fusobacterium | Fusobacterium nucleatum | Ruminococcaceae 7 (39%) : Bacteroides | Bifidobacterium | Lactobacillus | Prevotella | Ruminococcaceae | Serratia | Streptococcus
Cystic fibrosis 0.2569 3 (13%) : Aeromonas | Ralstonia | Shigella 7 (39%) : Bacteroides | Bifidobacterium | Corynebacterium | Firmicutes | Prevotella | Ruminococcaceae | Veillonella

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