Which are the main insights I will gain from doing a Biomesight test?
While we provide you with the full taxonomy of what is detected in your sample, our interpretation currently focuses on a subset of key bacteria across 3 categories.
We are able to show you how your relative abundance compares to what is considered an ideal range based on the recommendations of...
Will I be able to get access to newly added sections/interpretations for previous tests results?
Yes, definitely. All results will be updated with any additional sections. We do not charge a subscription fee or distinguish between standard and premium features. Anyone with results loaded on biomesight will benefit from all our sections, regardless of whether the sequencing was performed by b...
Which output formats do you currently provide?
Other than the interpretation and advanced sections provided on our website, you can also download your raw FASTQ data and CSV taxonomy data containing your relative abundances and organism numbers.
We also provide a printer-friendly HTML view that can be saved to a PDF for offline viewing or pr...
Can my GP help to interpret my results?
While GPs are becoming more knowledgeable about the gut microbiome, the NHS do not currently use gut microbiome tests in the treatment of any conditions. We nevertheless do recommend discussing your results with your GP, especially in the event of very low diversity or substantially high pathogen...
Who can assist with interpreting test results?
The interpretation sections offered by Biomesight is intended to provide you with an overview of the state of your gut microbiome as well as provide individualized, actionable and evidence-based recommendations.
In addition to showing how you fare in terms of your probiotic bacteria, commensals ...