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Disease DNA Presets


Acne is one of the most common skin diseases, affecting more than 45 million individuals in the United States. It is estimated that nearly 20 percent of all visits to dermatologists are related to the treatment of acne. Acne often debuts during changes in hormonal levels in pre-teens; however, it is also very common as an adult-onset condition, often associated with hormonal fluctuation during the menstrual cycle and pregnancy. While not life-threatening, acne can persist for years and is known to have serious psychosocial effects such as decreased self-esteem, depression, frustration, and social withdrawal. In addition to dermatological pathology, P. acnes is also suspected to be discreetly involved in post-operative infections, prostheses failure, and more recently, in inflammation of lumbar nerve roots leading to sciatica.


Actinomycosis is a rare, infectious disease in which bacteria spread from one part of the body to another through body tissues. Over time, it can result in linked abscesses, pain, and inflammation. It can affect the skin or deeper areas within the body and sometimes the blood.

African Sleeping Sickness

African trypanosomiasis, also known as African sleeping sickness or simply sleeping sickness, is an insect-borne parasitic infection of humans and other animals. Distinct symptoms appear when the infection reaches the central nervous system, including personality change, mental impairment, and seizures. If untreated, it can kill within three years. East African sleeping sickness accounts for less than 2% of all cases of African sleeping sickness.

African tick-bite fever

African tick bite fever (ATBF) is a bacterial infection spread by the bite of a tick. Symptoms may include fever, headache, muscle pain, and a rash. At the site of the bite there is typically a red skin sore with a dark center. The onset of symptoms usually occurs 4ñ10 days after the bite.

Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. It is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. On average, a person with Alzheimer's lives four to eight years after diagnosis, but can live as long as 20 years, depending on other factors.

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a fatal neurodegenerative disease marked by progressive degeneration of both upper and lower motor neurons, normally resulting in paralysis and eventual death within 3ñ5 years after diagnosis. There is currently no cure for ALS. Riluzole (a glutamate release inhibitor) and edaravone (a free-radical scavenger) are the only two FDA-approved drugs for the treatment of ALS. However, their benefits are modest by only delaying disease progression and prolonging survival for 2-3 months. Contribution of Enteroviruses, a family of positive-stranded RNA viruses including poliovirus, coxsackievirus, echovirus, enterovirus-A71 and enterovirus-D68, to the development of ALS has been suspected as they can target motor neurons, and patients with prior poliomyelitis show a higher risk of motor neuron disease.


Arthritis is the swelling and tenderness of one or more of your joints. The main symptoms of arthritis are joint pain and stiffness, which typically worsen with age. The most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. This preset contains DNA information for all known types of arthritis.

Arthritis (Rheumatoid)

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder that can affect more than just your joints. In some people, the condition can damage a wide variety of body systems, including the skin, eyes, lungs, heart and blood vessels. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder which occurs when your immune system mistakenly attacks your own body's tissues.


The role of infection in asthma is varied in that it may exacerbate established asthma or contribute to the initial development of the clinical onset of asthma. Mounting evidence implicates both roles, with particular viral pathogens, namely human rhinovirus (HRV) and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), among the most likely culprits in asthma inception. Once asthma is present, infection, particularly viral infections, are a common precipitant of asthma exacerbations. Bacterial infections and colonization also have been associated with exacerbation and recurrent wheeze, an effect that may be independent or a cofactor with viruses. Atypical bacterial infections such as Mycoplasma pneumoniae and Chlamydia pneumoniae and fungi in the case of allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA), also play a potential role in inducing and exacerbating this disease.

Athlete's foot

Athlete's foot is a fungal infection that usually begins between the toes. It commonly occurs in people whose feet have become very sweaty while confined within tightfitting shoes. Signs and symptoms of athlete's foot include a scaly rash that usually causes itching, stinging and burning.


Autism is a developmental disorder characterized by difficulties with social interaction and communication, and by restricted and repetitive behavior.


Bronchitis is an inflammation of the lining of your bronchial tubes, which carry air to and from your lungs. People who have bronchitis often cough up thickened mucus, which can be discolored. Chronic bronchitis is a serious condition that makes your lungs a breeding ground for bacterial infections and may require ongoing medical treatment. It's one form of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a lung disease that makes it hard to breathe. If bronchitis is left untreated, the infection can travel from the airways into the lungs. That can lead to pneumonia. Viruses appear to be mainly responsible, causing up to 95% of cases of acute bronchitis in otherwise healthy adults. The viruses are the same as those that cause the common cold. Bacteria can cause bronchitis in people with underlying health problems. Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, Moraxella catarrhalis, and Bordetella pertussis are most commonly involved.

Cancer (Bladder)

Bladder cancer is a common type of cancer that begins in the cells of the bladder. Bladder cancer most often begins in the cells (urothelial cells) that line the inside of your bladder. Urothelial cells are also found in your kidneys and the tubes (ureters) that connect the kidneys to the bladder. Urothelial cancer can happen in the kidneys and ureters, too, but it's much more common in the bladder. Signs and symptoms may include blood in urine (hematuria), which may cause urine to appear bright red or cola colored, though sometimes the urine appears normal and blood is detected on a lab test, frequent urination, painful urination and back pain.

Cancer (Colorectal - Colon and Rectal)

Colorectal cancer is a cancer of the colon or rectum, located at the digestive tract's lower end. Early cases can begin as noncancerous polyps. Symptoms depend on the size and location of the cancer. Some commonly experienced symptoms include changes in bowel habits, changes in stool consistency, blood in the stool, and abdominal discomfort. Visit https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2676114/ for more information.

Cancer (Comprehensive)

Viruses are proven to cause cancers. Viral integration into the host genome leads to mutations. These mutations cause cancer to develop. Visit https://www.nature.com/articles/s41588-019-0558-9/figures/2 for more information.

Cancer (General)

In 1931, Royal Rife identified a microbe living in most, if not all, cancerous cells. He dubbed this microbe ìBXî. He discovered that if you eliminate the pathogen, the body will cause cancer cells to die off and generate 'spontaneous remission.' Rife found that this microbe has more than six forms, depending on where it was grown. Unfortunately, Rifeís research papers and laboratory equipment were destroyed, and key information was lost forever. In 2003, a researcher discovered a microbe within cancer cells which also has multiple life forms that include short and long rods, cocci, and filamentous forms resembling a fungus. The researcher surmised that he had rediscovered BX. This DNA preset includes the genome information of this bacteria. The frequencies from this preset match almost exactly those discovered by Royal Rife. Almost without question, BX has finally been rediscovered. The modern name for BX is bacillus licheniformis.

Cancer (Glioblastoma)

Glioblastoma is an aggressive type of cancer that begins in cells called astrocytes which support nerve cells. It can form in the brain or spinal cord. Glioblastoma is also known as glioblastoma multiforme. Glioblastoma is an aggressive type of cancer that can occur in the brain or spinal cord. Glioblastoma is a type of astrocytoma, a cancer that forms from star-shaped cells in the brain called astrocytes. In adults, this cancer usually starts in the cerebrum, the largest part of your brain. Glioblastoma tumors make their own blood supply, which helps them grow. It's easy for them to invade normal brain tissue. Symptoms include constant headaches, seizures, vomiting, trouble thinking, changes in mood or personality, double or blurred vision and trouble speaking.

Cancer (Pancreatic) 1

Pancreatic cancer is a cancer that's found anywhere in the pancreas. Early cases can begin as noncancerous polyps. How serious pancreatic cancer is depends on where it is in the pancreas, how big it is, if it has spread, and your general health. Symptoms include the whites of eyes or skin turning yellow (jaundice), itchy skin, darker pee and paler poo than usual. Other symptoms include changes in bowel habits, changes in stool consistency, blood in the stool, loss of appetite or weight, feeling tired or having no energy, a high temperature, or feeling hot or shivery, and abdominal discomfort. Pancreatic cancer is one of the most deadly forms of cancer. While pancreatic cancer survival rates have been improving from decade to decade, the disease is still considered largely incurable. According to the American Cancer Society, for all stages of pancreatic cancer combined, the one-year relative survival rate is 20%, and the five-year rate is 9%.

Cancer (Pancreatic) 2

Pancreatic cancer is a cancer that's found anywhere in the pancreas. Early cases can begin as noncancerous polyps. How serious pancreatic cancer is depends on where it is in the pancreas, how big it is, if it has spread, and your general health. Symptoms include the whites of eyes or skin turning yellow (jaundice), itchy skin, darker pee and paler poo than usual. Other symptoms include changes in bowel habits, changes in stool consistency, blood in the stool, loss of appetite or weight, feeling tired or having no energy, a high temperature, or feeling hot or shivery, and abdominal discomfort. Pancreatic cancer is one of the most deadly forms of cancer. While pancreatic cancer survival rates have been improving from decade to decade, the disease is still considered largely incurable. According to the American Cancer Society, for all stages of pancreatic cancer combined, the one-year relative survival rate is 20%, and the five-year rate is 9%.

Cancer (Phage Induced)

Further Evidence for Cancer as a Cell-Wall-Deficient Mycobacterial Disease. https://molecular-pathological-epidemiology.imedpub.com/further-evidence-for-cancer-as-a-cellwalldeficientmycobacterial-disease.php?aid=17755 Phages land on and attack bacteria, injecting its nuclear material into the bacteria when it pierces a bacteria's cell wall. If the bacteria cell wall is compromised, the phage is then excised from the bacterial chromosomes and goes into a reproductive cycle by commandeering the bacterial cell's reproductive machinery. Specifically, phages can directly affect mammalian cell reproduction in a similar way to its actions on bacteria, but in this case eventually causing unmitigated human cell division, ie, cancer. The internet link shown above gives greater detail, and proposes that phages may be the main cause of many, or perhaps all, cancer types

Cancer (Prostate)

Prostate cancer is a form of cancer that develops in the prostate gland. It is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths for men in the U.S. About 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. Symptoms include: Painful or burning sensation during urination or ejaculation. Frequent urination, particularly at night. Difficulty stopping or starting urination. Sudden erectile dysfunction. Blood in urine or semen.


Candidiasis is a fungal infection caused by a yeast (a type of fungus) called candida. Some species of candida can cause infection in people; the most common is candida albicans. Candida normally lives on the skin and inside the body, in places such as the mouth, throat, gut, and vagina, without causing any problems. When candida begins to overproduce, it can lead to various health problems. Invasive candidiasis is a serious infection that can affect the blood, heart, brain, eyes, bones, and other parts of the body.


Chickenpox is a highly contagious viral infection which spreads easily from one person to the next through coughs, sneezes, or contact of the blisters which form. Chickenpox can cause an itchy, blister-like rash. The rash first appears on the chest, back, and face, and then spreads over the entire body, causing hundreds of itchy blisters.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a complicated disorder characterized by extreme fatigue that can't be explained by any underlying medical condition. The fatigue may worsen with physical or mental activity, but doesn't improve with rest. Because some people develop CFS after having a viral infection, researchers question whether some viruses might trigger the disorder. Suspicious viruses include Epstein-Barr virus and Herpes virus 6.

Cold Sores

Cold sores ó also called fever blisters ó are a common viral infection. They are tiny, fluid-filled blisters on and around your lips. These blisters are often grouped together in patches. After the blisters break, a crust forms over the resulting sore. Cold sores usually heal in two to four weeks without leaving a scar.

COVID-19 Coinfections

The co-existence of coronavirus with chlamydophila pneumoniae is a major cause of fatalities. Chlamydia pneumonia' is present in several heart patients, and around 10 per cent of the general population in the dormant stage. When COVID-19 attacks a person, a process of blood coagulation initiates in pulmonary arteries leading to a cardiac arrest or Hypoxia in which the patient succumbs to the dual diseases.

Crohn's Disease

Bacteria have long been suspected to be the cause of Crohn's Disease. This preset holds genome data of these bacteria.


Oral bacteria can cause viruses, tooth decay, gum disease and other common and sometimes dangerous mouth infections in both children and adults. Complications can arise when certain bacteria from the mouth are breathed into the lungs, causing pneumonia and other life-threatening health conditions.

Diabetes Type 1

Environmental factors, especially viruses, are thought to play an important role in the initiation or acceleration of the pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes (T1D). Data from retrospective and prospective epidemiological studies strongly suggest that enteroviruses, such as coxsackievirus B4 (CV-B4), may be associated with the development of T1D.

Ear Infection (acute otitis media)

An ear infection occurs when a bacterial or viral infection affects the middle ear ó the sections of your ear just behind the eardrum. Ear infections can be painful because of inflammation and fluid buildup in the middle ear.

Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)

Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is a condition where patches of skin become inflamed, itchy, red, cracked, and rough. Blisters may sometimes occur. It most often begins before age 5, and may persist into adolescence and adulthood. It can flare up periodically, and then clear up for a time, even after several years.

Esophagitis (Fungal)

Esophagitis is any inflammation or irritation of the esophagus. The esophagus is the tube that sends food from your mouth to your stomach. Common causes include acid reflux, side effects of certain medications, and bacterial or viral infections. Esophagitis can have serious consequences that affect your quality of life. If left untreated, esophagitis may develop into a condition called Barrettís esophagus. This may increase your risk for esophageal cancer.

Esophagitis (Viral)

Esophagitis is any inflammation or irritation of the esophagus. The esophagus is the tube that sends food from your mouth to your stomach. Common causes include acid reflux, side effects of certain medications, and bacterial or viral infections. Esophagitis can have serious consequences that affect your quality of life. If left untreated, esophagitis may develop into a condition called Barrettís esophagus. This may increase your risk for esophageal cancer.

Food Poisoning

Foodborne illness, more commonly referred to as food poisoning, is the result of eating contaminated, spoiled, or toxic food. The most common symptoms of food poisoning include nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Symptoms from the most common types of food poisoning will often start within 2 to 6 hours of eating the food. That time may be longer or shorter, depending on the cause of the food poisoning.


Hashimoto's is a condition which affects your thyroid gland, causing hypothyroidism, or underactive thyroid. The thyroid becomes damaged and can't make enough thyroid hormones. Most people believe that Hashimoto's is an autoimmune condition. They state that our immune system starts attacking our thyroid. This is not true. In fact, our bodies are fighting a virus which has likely been present in your body for years. The virus is the Epstein-Barr virus, otherwise known as Herpesvirus 4. Almost everyone has this virus. It causes a multitude of chronic conditions which baffle medical science. One of these conditions is Hashimoto's.

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

IBD is a group of inflammatory conditions of the colon and small intestine. Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis are the principal types of inflammatory bowel disease. Crohn's disease affects the small intestine and large intestine, as well as the mouth, esophagus, stomach and the anus, whereas ulcerative colitis primarily affects the colon and the rectum. Symptoms include abdominal pain, diarrhea, rectal bleeding, severe internal cramps/muscle spasms in the region of the pelvis and weight loss. Anemia is the most prevalent extraintestinal complication of inflammatory bowel disease. Associated complaints or diseases include arthritis, pyoderma gangrenosum, primary sclerosing cholangitis, and non-thyroidal illness syndrome (NTIS). Associations with deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and bronchiolitis obliterans organizing pneumonia (BOOP) have also been reported.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder that affects the large intestine. Signs and symptoms include cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea or constipation, or both.

Lupus (SLE)

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) is commonly regarded as a systemic autoimmune disease that occurs when your body's immune system attacks your own tissues and organs. Inflammation caused by lupus can affect many different body systems ó including your joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart and lungs. Common early symptom include a rash on the face and upper arms which develops in response to sun exposure, unexplained fever and pain, swelling, and stiffness of multiple joints. People with an inherited predisposition for SLE may develop the disease when they come into contact with a trigger substance. However, growing evidence has suggested that infection plays an important role.

Lyme Coinfections

While Lyme is the most prevalent tick-borne disease in the U.S., there are a number of other infections transmitted by ticks. A person with a Lyme disease co-infection generally experiences more severe illness, more symptoms, and a longer recovery. Coinfections may be common ñ at least among those with chronic Lyme disease. Run this preset for as long as possible.  We recommend you also run the 'Lyme Disease' preset, and detox programs in Remote mode.

Lyme Disease

Lyme disease, also known as Lyme borreliosis, is an infectious disease caused by the Borrelia bacterium which is usually spread by ticks. The most common sign of infection is an expanding area of redness on the skin, known as erythema migrans, that appears at the site of the tick bite about a week after it occurred.

Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration, also known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD or ARMD), is a medical condition which may result in blurred or no vision in the center of the visual field. People with very advanced macular degeneration are considered legally blind. Even so, since the rest of the retina is still working, they retain their peripheral vision (or side vision).


Malaria is a disease caused by a parasite. The parasite is transmitted to humans through the bites of infected mosquitoes. People who have malaria usually feel very sick, with a high fever and shaking chills.


Measles is a highly infectious illness caused by the rubeola virus. It is a viral disease that can spread rapidly.


People with Morgellons report a crawling sensation under the skin or on the skinís surface, rashes, and sores that have colored, thread-like filaments originating from them. Other strange particles may arise from the skin as well which look like seeds, sands, crystallized specks, or other inexplicable marks. In 2016, the International Journal of General Medicine reported that 'Borrelia spirochetes have repeatedly been detected in MD skin and tissue samples.' The primary species of Borrelia that researchers have encountered throughout multiple studies is Borrelia burgdorferi; a spiral-shaped, bacterial infection transmitted through the bite of an infected tick. This bacteria is known to cause Lyme disease. This may explain why Morgellons and Lyme patients share many of the same symptoms.

Multiple Myeloma

Multiple myeloma (MM), also known as plasma cell myeloma and simple myeloma, is a cancer of plasma cells, a type of white blood cell that normally produces antibodies. Often, no symptoms are noticed initially. As it progresses, bone pain, bleeding, frequent infections, and anemia may occur. Complications may include amyloidosis.

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a potentially disabling disease of the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system). In MS, the immune system attacks the protective sheath (myelin) that covers nerve fibers and causes communication problems between your brain and the rest of your body. MS can cause problems with vision, balance, muscle control, and other basic body functions. The damage means your brain can't send signals through your body correctly.


Mumps usually passes without causing serious damage to a person's health. Serious complications are rare, but mumps can lead to viral meningitis if the virus moves into the outer layer of the brain. Other complications include swelling of the testicles or ovaries (if the affected person has gone through puberty).

Neurological Conditions

The onset of neurological problems in humans may be initiated by viral infection within the brain. One virus which is likely to cause neurological problems is Borna disease virus (BDV). BDV is a slowly replicating, enveloped, negative strand RNA virus that can enter the brain, infect neurons, and remain active and undetected for long periods. BDV is unique because it replicates in the cell nucleus; other virus types replicate in the cytoplasm. BDV causes behavioral disturbances in both animals and humans. These disturbances include falling, tremor, abnormal posture, hyperactivity or hypoactivity, increased aggression, and paralysis. Other viruses such as wild type VSV can rapidly and selectively infect and destroy serotonin (and norepinephrine) neurons, with consequent behavioural brain alterations.

Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is a type of cancer that begins in your lymphatic system, which is part of the body's germ-fighting immune system. In non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, white blood cells called lymphocytes grow abnormally and can form growths (tumors) throughout the body. Symptoms include enlarged lymph nodes, fever, night sweats, weight loss and tiredness. Other symptoms may include bone pain, chest pain or itchiness. Other symptoms may include bone pain, chest pain or itchiness. Some forms are slow-growing, while others are fast-growing.

Non-Hodgkin's B-Cell Lymphoma

Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is a type of cancer that begins in your lymphatic system, which is part of the body's germ-fighting immune system. In non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, white blood cells called lymphocytes grow abnormally and can form growths (tumors) throughout the body. Symptoms include enlarged lymph nodes, fever, night sweats, weight loss and tiredness. Other symptoms may include bone pain, chest pain or itchiness. Other symptoms may include bone pain, chest pain or itchiness. Some forms are slow-growing, while others are fast-growing.


There is an epidemic of obesity starting about 1980 in both developed and undeveloped countries definitely associated with multiple etiologies. About 670 million people worldwide are obese. The incidence of obesity has increased in all age groups, including children. Obesity causes numerous diseases and the interaction between genetic, metabolic, social, cultural and environmental factors are possible cofactors for the development of obesity. Evidence emerging over the last 20 years supports the hypothesis that viral infections may be associated with obesity in animals and humans. The most widely studied infectious agent possibly linked to obesity is adenovirus 36 (Adv36). Adv36 causes obesity in animals. In humans, Adv36 associates with obesity both in adults and children and the prevalence of Adv36 increases in relation to the body mass index. In vivo and in vitro studies have shown that the viral E4orf1 protein (early region 4 open reading frame 1, Adv) mediates the Adv36 effect including its adipogenic potential. The Adv36 infection should therefore be considered as a possible risk factor for obesity and could be a potential new therapeutic target in addition to an original way to understand the worldwide rise of the epidemic of obesity. Here, the data indicating a possible link between viral infection and obesity with a particular emphasis to the Adv36 will be reviewed.

Parasites (Blood And Tissue)

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. They can cause disease in humans. Most of the blood parasites are transmitted to humans by an arthropod vector within the sexual phase of the life cycle. Some parasites use insects for development sites and as vectors. Tissue parasites can be either intracellular or extracellular depending on the species and the phase of the parasitic cycle.

Parasites (External)

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. They can cause disease in humans. External parasites include fleas, mites and small insects.

Parasites (Intestinal)

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. They can cause disease in humans. An intestinal parasite infection is a condition in which a parasite infects the gastro-intestinal tract of humans and other animals. Such parasites can live anywhere in the body, but most prefer the intestinal wall.

Parasites (Roundworms)

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. They can cause disease in humans. Roundworm parasites are very common infections of humans and domestic animals. When the host becomes infected, often by oral ingestion of infective eggs, the parasite establishes in its intestinal niche.

Parasites (Tapeworms)

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. They can cause disease in humans. Tapeworm infection is caused by ingesting food or water contaminated with tapeworm eggs or larvae. If you ingest certain tapeworm eggs, they can migrate outside your intestines and form larval cysts in body tissues and organs.

Parasites (Flukes)

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. They can cause disease in humans. A fluke is a parasitic worm. Infections in humans usually occur after eating contaminated raw or undercooked freshwater fish or watercress. After flukes have been ingested, they travel from your intestines to your bile ducts in your liver where they then live and grow.

Prostate (Prostatitis)

The prostate is a small gland that lies between the penis and bladder. It produces fluid that's mixed with sperm to create semen. Prostatitis is inflammation of the prostate gland. The inflammation can be due to an infection as well as other various causes. Researchers in a study on fungal treatment for CP/CPPS feel that doctors currently underestimate the role of a fungal infection as a causative factor in prostatitis, especially in younger men. Researchers studied 1,000 patients (median age of 34) with CP/CPPS who had previously been unsuccessfully treated with antibiotics (ciprofloxacin) and alpha-blockers (tamsulosin) for one year. The men were put on a two-week regimen of a low carbohydrate diet, alkalinization of urine (with potassium citrate), and administration of the antifungal drug fluconazole. They observed an improvement in 80% of the cases with the antifungal regimen


Psoriasis is a skin disorder that causes skin cells to multiply up to 10 times faster than normal. This makes the skin build up into bumpy red patches covered with white scales. They can grow anywhere, but most appear on the scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back. Untreated psoriasis can lead to plaques that continue to build and spread. These can be quite painful, and the itching can be severe.


Rabies is a deadly virus spread to people from the saliva of infected animals. The rabies virus is usually transmitted through a bite. Animals most likely to transmit rabies in the United States include bats, coyotes, foxes, raccoons and skunks.

Rift Valley fever

Rift Valley fever is a viral disease of humans and livestock that can cause mild to severe symptoms. The mild symptoms may include: fever, muscle pains, and headaches which often last for up to a week. People can get RVF through contact with blood, body fluids, or tissues of infected animals, or through bites from infected mosquitoes. Spread from person to person has not been documented.


Ringworm often causes a ring-shaped rash that is itchy, red, scaly and slightly raised. The rings usually start small and then expand outward. Ringworm of the body (tinea corporis) is a rash caused by a fungal infection. It's usually a red, itchy, circular rash with clearer skin in the middle.


Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes redness and visible blood vessels in your face. It may also produce small, red, pus-filled bumps. These signs and symptoms may flare up for weeks to months and then go away for a while.


Roseola is a generally mild infection that usually affects children by age 2. The roseola rash may look like a raised, flat area of skin, or it may be raised patches of flat bumps that may merge together. In some babies, the rash is reddish, and it may turn a lighter color when a person applies pressure. There can sometimes be a paler ìhaloî around the rash area. It has an incubation period (from time of exposure to the virus to symptom development) from about five to 14 days. The individual remains contagious until one or two days after the fever subsides. The roseola rash may still be present, but the child or individual is usually not contagious after the fever abates.


Rubella, also known as German measles or three-day measles, is an infection caused by the rubella virus. This disease is often mild with half of people not realizing that they are infected. A rash may start around two weeks after exposure and last for three days. Rubella can cause birth defects if the infection occurs in pregnant women, especially in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy. The virus damages the developing heart, brain, eyes and ears of the foetus.


Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder in which people interpret reality abnormally. Schizophrenia may result in some combination of hallucinations, delusions, and extremely disordered thinking and behavior that impairs daily functioning, and can be disabling.


Shingles is a viral infection that causes a painful rash. Although shingles can occur anywhere on your body, it most often appears as a single stripe of blisters that wraps around either the left or the right side of your torso.

Sjogren's Syndrome

The hallmark symptoms of Sjogren's Syndrome are dry mouth and dry eyes. In addition, Sjogren's syndrome may cause skin, nose, and vaginal dryness, and may affect other organs of the body including the kidneys, blood vessels, lungs, liver, pancreas, and brain. This preset is large. We recommend running a Grade Scan to determine which frequencies are pertainable for you. See the Spooky2 User's Guide for more details.

Stomach Ulcer

Stomach ulcers occur when the thick layer of mucus which protects your stomach from digestive acid is reduced, allowing the acid to damage the stomach lining. The most common symptom of stomach ulcers is a burning sensation or pain in the middle of your abdomen between your chest and belly button. Typically, the pain will be more intense when your stomach is empty, can last for a few minutes to several hours.


Syphilis is a bacterial infection usually spread by sexual contact. The disease starts as a painless sore ó typically on your genitals, rectum or mouth. Syphilis spreads from person to person via skin or mucous membrane contact with these sores.

Tooth Cavities (Caries)

Caries are caused by acid from bacteria dissolving the hard outer shell of tooth enamel. The acid is produced when bacteria break down food debris or sugars on the tooth surface.

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

A urinary tract infection, or UTI, is an infection in any part of your urinary system, which includes your kidneys, bladder, ureters, and urethra. If you're a woman, your chance of getting a UTI is high. Most UTIs are caused by bacteria, but some are caused by fungi and in rare cases by viruses. UTIs are among the most common infections in humans.


Vitiligo is a disease that causes loss of skin color in patches. Loss of skin color can affect any part of the body, including the mouth, hair, and eyes. It may be more noticeable in people with darker skin.

Warts (common)

Common warts are caused by a virus and are transmitted by touch. It can take a wart as long as two to six months to develop after your skin has been exposed to the virus. Common warts are usually harmless and eventually disappear on their own.

Warts (filiform)

Filiform warts are made up of long, thin projections of skin, giving them a distinctive appearance. They often occur around a person's eyes or lips. These warts are also called digitate or facial warts.

Warts (flat)

Flat warts are smooth, flat-topped, flesh- or brownish-yellow-colored bumps the size of a pinhead. Theyíre commonly found on the face, back of the hands, or legs, and tend to appear in large numbers. Flat warts are also called juvenile warts because theyíre most commonly found in children and young adults. The warts are caused by a virus thatís contagious, but benign, and are usually are not painful.

Warts (genital)

Genital warts are soft growths that appear on the genitals. They can cause pain, discomfort, and itching. Genital warts a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by certain low-risk strains of the Papillomavirus (HPV).

Warts (plantar)

Plantar warts are caused by an infection with HPV in the outer layer of skin on the soles of your feet. They develop when the virus enters your body through tiny cuts, breaks or other weak spots on the bottoms of your feet.

Pathogen DNA Presets







Acinetobacter lwoffii


Actinomyces oris




Aeromonas veronii

Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans

Agrobacterium radiobacter

Agrobacterium tumefaciens

Alcaligenes faecalis

Anaerococcus prevotii

Anaplasma phagocytophilum

Arcanobacterium haemolyticum

Atopobium parvulum

Azorhizobium caulinodans

Azotobacter vinelandii

Bacillus anthracis

Bacillus brevis

Bacillus cereus

Bacillus fusiformis

Bacillus licheniformis

Bacillus megaterium

Bacillus mycoides

Bacillus paralicheniformis

Bacillus stearothermophilus

Bacillus subtilis

Bacillus thuringiensis

Bacteroides distasonis

Bacteroides forsythus

Bacteroides fragilis

Bacteroides vulgatus

Bartonella bacilliformis

Bartonella clarridgeiae

Bartonella grahamii

Bartonella henselae

Bartonella quintana

Bartonella tribocorum

Bartonella vinsonii

Bordetella bronchiseptica

Bordetella parapertussis

Bordetella pertussis

Borrelia afzelii

Borrelia burgdorferi

Borrelia duttonii

Borrelia garinii

Borrelia hermsii

Borrelia mayonii

Borrelia miyamotoi

Borrelia parkeri

Borrelia recurrentis

Borrelia turicatae

Borrelia valaisiana

Borreliella afzelii

Borreliella bissettii

Borreliella burgdorferi

Borreliella garinii

Borreliella spielmanii

Borreliella valaisiana

Brucella abortus

Brucella canis

Brucella melitensis

Brucella suis

Burkholderia cepacia

Burkholderia mallei

Burkholderia multivorans

Burkholderia pseudomallei


Campylobacter fetus

Campylobacter gracilis

Campylobacter hominis

Campylobacter hyointestinalis

Campylobacter jejuni

Campylobacter lari

Campylobacter rectus

Candidatus Riesia pthiripubis

Capnocytophaga endodontalis

Capnocytophaga ochracea


Chlamydia muridarum

Chlamydia pneumoniae

Chlamydia psittaci

Chlamydophila caviae

Chlamydophila pecorum

Chlamydophila pneumoniae

Citrobacter freundii

Citrobacter koseri

Clostridioides difficile

Clostridium botulinum

Clostridium difficile

Clostridium perfringens

Clostridium septicum

Clostridium tetani

Corynebacterium diphtheriae

Corynebacterium renale

Corynebacterium urealyticum

Coxiella burnetii

Cutibacterium acnes

Dermacoccus nishinomiyaensis

Dialister pneumosintes


Ehrlichia canis

Ehrlichia chaffeensis

Ehrlichia minasensis

Ehrlichia ruminantium

Ehrlichia sennetsu

Eikenella corrodens

Enterobacter cloacae

Enterobacter sakazakii

Enterococcus avium

Enterococcus durans

Enterococcus faecalis

Enterococcus faecium

Enterococcus gallinarum

Escherichia fergusonii

Escherichia hermanni

Escherichia vulneris

Filifactor alocis

Finegoldia magna

Francisella tularensis

Fusobacterium necrophorum

Fusobacterium nucleatum

Gardnerella vaginalis

Gordonia bronchialis

Haemophilus ducreyi

Haemophilus haemolyticus

Haemophilus influenzae

Haemophilus parainfluenzae

Haemophilus parasuis

Helicobacter hepaticus

Helicobacter pylori

Kingella kingae

Klebsiella oxytoca

Klebsiella pneumoniae subsp. pneumoniae

Lactobacillus acidophilus

Lactobacillus casei

Lactococcus lactis

Legionella pneumophila

Leptospira biflexa

Leptospira borgpetersenii

Leptospira interrogans

Leptospira kmetyi

Leptospira mayottensis

Leptospira santarosai

Leptospira tipperaryensis

Leptospira weilii

Listeria monocytogenes

Micrococcus luteus

Mobiluncus curtisii

Moraxella catarrhalis

Morganella morganii

Mycobacterium abscessus

Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis

Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis

Mycobacterium bovis

Mycobacterium intracellulare

Mycobacterium kansasii

Mycobacterium leprae

Mycobacterium lepraemurium

Mycobacterium phlei

Mycobacterium smegmatis

Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Mycobacterium ulcerans

Mycoplasma arthritidis

Mycoplasma fermentans

Mycoplasma genitalium

Mycoplasma hominis

Mycoplasma penetrans

Mycoplasma pneumoniae

Neisseria gonorrhoeae

Neisseria meningitidis

Neisseria mucosa

Neorickettsia sennetsu

Nocardia farcinica

Novosphingobium aromaticivorans

Ochrobactrum anthropi

Olsenella sp.

Olsenella uli

Pantoea ananatis

Parachlamydia acanthamoebae



Parolsenella catena

Parvimonas micra

Pasteurella multocida

Pasteurella stomatis

Photorhabdus asymbiotica

Porphyromonas gingivalis

Prevotella dentalis

Prevotella denticola

Prevotella intermedia

Prevotella melaninogenica

Prevotella sp.

Propionibacterium acnes

Propionibacterium propionicum

Proteus mirabilis

Proteus vulgaris

Providencia alcalifaciens

Providencia stuartii

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Pseudomonas fluorescens

Ralstonia pickettii

Raoultella ornithinolytica

Rhodococcus equi

Rickettsia africae

Rickettsia akari

Rickettsia asiatica

Rickettsia australis

Rickettsia bellii

Rickettsia buchneri

Rickettsia canadensis

Rickettsia conorii

Rickettsia felis

Rickettsia heilongjiangensis

Rickettsia helvetica

Rickettsia japonica

Rickettsia massiliae

Rickettsia monacensis

Rickettsia parkeri

Rickettsia philipii

Rickettsia prowazekii

Rickettsia raoultii

Rickettsia rhipicephali

Rickettsia rickettsii

Rickettsia sibirica

Rickettsia slovaca

Rickettsia typhi

Rickettsiales bacterium

Rothia dentocariosa

Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar

Salmonella enteritidis

Salmonella paratyphi

Salmonella typhi

Salmonella typhimurium

Serratia marcescens

Shigella boydii

Shigella dysenteriae

Shigella flexneri

Shigella phage

Shigella sonnei

Simkania negevensis

Spiroplasma mirum

Staphylococcus aureus

Staphylococcus epidermidis

Staphylococcus haemolyticus

Staphylococcus saprophyticus

Stenotrophomonas maltophilia

Streptobacillus moniliformis

Streptococcus agalactiae

Streptococcus anginosus

Streptococcus constellatus subsp. pharyngis

Streptococcus dysgalactiae subsp. equisimilis

Streptococcus gallolyticus

Streptococcus gordonii

Streptococcus intermedius

Streptococcus lactis

Streptococcus mitis

Streptococcus mutans

Streptococcus oralis

Streptococcus parasanguinis

Streptococcus pneumoniae

Streptococcus pyogenes

Streptococcus salivarius

Streptococcus sanguinis

Streptococcus sobrinus

Streptococcus suis

Streptomyces griseus

Streptomyces sp.


Treponema denticola

Treponema pallidum

Tropheryma whipplei

Ureaplasma parvum

Ureaplasma sp

Ureaplasma urealyticum

Vibrio cholerae

Vibrio parahaemolyticus

Vibrio vulnificus

Waddlia chondrophila

Wolbachia endosymbiont

Yersinia enterocolitica

Yersinia pestis

Yersinia pseudotuberculosis


Alternaria alternantherae

Alternaria arborescens

Alternaria arbusti

Alternaria blumeae

Alternaria brassicae

Alternaria brassicicola

Alternaria burnsii

Alternaria carotiincultae

Alternaria carthami

Alternaria cinerariae

Alternaria citri

Alternaria conjuncta

Alternaria cucumerina

Alternaria dauci

Alternaria dianthi

Alternaria dianthicola

Alternaria eichhorniae

Alternaria euphorbiicola

Alternaria gaisen

Alternaria helianthi

Alternaria hungarica

Alternaria infectoria

Alternaria japonica

Alternaria limicola

Alternaria linicola

Alternaria longipes

Alternaria mali

Alternaria molesta

Alternaria panax

Alternaria perpunctulata

Alternaria petroselini

Alternaria porri

Alternaria quercicola

Alternaria radicina

Alternaria raphani

Alternaria saponariae

Alternaria selini

Alternaria smyrnii

Alternaria solani

Alternaria tenuissima

Alternaria triticina

Alternaria ventricosa

Alternaria zinniae


Aspergillus clavatus

Aspergillus cristatus

Aspergillus ellipticus fusarivirus

Aspergillus felis

Aspergillus flavus

Aspergillus fumigatus

Aspergillus glaucus

Aspergillus homomorphus totivirus

Aspergillus homomorphus yadokarivirus

Aspergillus kawachii

Aspergillus lentulus

Aspergillus luchuensis

Aspergillus minisclerotigenes

Aspergillus neoniger

Aspergillus nidulans

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus novofumigatus

Aspergillus oryzae

Aspergillus parasiticus

Aspergillus pseudoglaucus

Aspergillus ruber

Aspergillus sojae

Aspergillus tubingensis

Aspergillus ustus

Aspergillus versicolor

Aspergillus viridinutans

Aureobasidium pullulans

Candida alai

Candida albicans

Candida alimentaria

Candida blackwellae

Candida bohiensis

Candida buenavistaensis

Candida castellii

Candida chauliodes

Candida corydali

Candida cylindracea

Candida deformans

Candida dubliniensis

Candida frijolesensis

Candida galli

Candida gigantensis

Candida glabrata

Candida jiufengensis

Candida labiduridarum

Candida maltosa

Candida metapsilosis

Candida neerlandica

Candida norvegica

Candida orthopsilosis

Candida oxycetoniae

Candida palmioleophila

Candida parapsilosis

Candida phangngaensis

Candida prachuapensis

Candida pseudojiufengensis

Candida psychrophila

Candida sake

Candida salmanticensis

Candida santjacobensis

Candida saraburiensis

Candida sojae

Candida subhashii

Candida tetrigidarum

Candida theae

Candida tropicalis

Candida vartiovaarae

Candida viswanathii

Candida zemplinina

Coccidioides immitis

Crithidia fasciculata

Cryptococcus amylolentus

Cryptococcus aureus

Cryptococcus carnescens

Cryptococcus curvatus

Cryptococcus flavescens

Cryptococcus gattii

Cryptococcus neoformans

Cryptococcus peneaus

Cryptococcus sp.

Cryptococcus tepidarius

Cryptococcus wingfieldii


Encephalitozoon cuniculi

Epidermophyton floccosum

Hortaea werneckii

Malassezia furfur

Malassezia globosa

Malassezia japonica

Malassezia obtusa

Malassezia pachydermatis

Malassezia restricta

Malassezia slooffiae

Malassezia sympodialis

Malassezia yamatoensis

Microbotryum violaceum


Microsporum canis

Mortierella verticillata

Naumovozyma dairenensis

Paracoccidioides brasiliensis


Phoma herbarum

Pneumocystis jirovecii

Rhizopus arrhizus

Rhizopus oryzae

Rhizopus rhizopodiformis

Rhodotorula glutinis

Sporothrix schenckii

Stachybotrys chartarum

Trichophyton mentagrophytes

Trichophyton rubrum



Ancylostoma duodenale




Babesia bigemina

Babesia divergens

Babesia duncani

Babesia equi

Balamuthia mandrillaris

Balantidium coli

Baylisascaris procyonis

Bertiella studeri


Brugia malayi

Brugia timori

Cimex hemipterus

Cimex lectularius

Clonorchis sinensis


Cyclospora cayetanensis

Demodex brevis

Demodex canis

Demodex folliculorum

Dermanyssus gallinae

Dermatobia hominis

Dicrocoelium dendriticum

Dientamoeba fragilis

Diphyllobothrium latum

Dracunculus medinensis

Echinococcus granulosus

Echinococcus multilocularis

Echinococcus oligarthrus

Echinococcus vogeli

Entamoeba histolytica

Enterobius vermicularis

Fasciola gigantica

Fasciola hepatica

Fasciolopsis buski

Giardia lamblia

Gnathostoma hispidum

Gnathostoma spinigerum

Halicephalobus gingivalis

Hymenolepis diminuta

Hymenolepis nana

Isospora belli


Linguatula serrata

Metagonimus yokogawai

Moniliformis moniliformis

Naegleria fowleri

Necator americanus

Onchocerca volvulus

Opisthorchis felineus

Opisthorchis viverrini

Ornithonyssus bacoti

Paragonimus africanus

Paragonimus caliensis

Paragonimus kellicotti

Paragonimus skrjabini

Paragonimus westermani

Pediculus humanus capitis

Pediculus humanus humanus

Plasmodium falciparum

Plasmodium knowlesi

Plasmodium malariae

Plasmodium ovale curtisi

Plasmodium ovale wallikeri

Plasmodium vivax

Pthirus pubis

Rhinosporidium seeberi

Sarcocystis suihominis

Sarcoptes scabiei



Spirometra erinaceieuropaei

Strongyloides stercoralis

Taenia multiceps

Taenia saginata

Taenia solium

Thelazia callipaeda

Toxascaris leonina

Toxocara canis

Toxocara cati

Toxoplasma gondii

Trichinella britovi

Trichinella nativa

Trichinella nelsoni

Trichinella spiralis

Trichobilharzia regenti

Trichomonas vaginalis

Trichuris trichiura

Trichuris vulpis

Trypanosoma brucei

Trypanosoma cruzi

Tunga penetrans

Wuchereria bancrofti


Acholeplasma phage

Achromobacter phage

Acidovorax phage

Acinetobacter bacteriophage

Acinetobacter phage

Actinomyces phage

Actinoplanes phage

Acyrthosiphon pisum bacteriophage

Aeribacillus phage

Aeromonas phage

Aggregatibacter phage

Alteromonas phage

Alteromonas virus

Aquamicrobium phage

Arthrobacter phage

Aurantimonas phage

Azospirillum phage

Bacillus cereus bacteriophage

Bacillus phage


Bacteroides phage

Bdellovibrio phage

Bifidobacterium phage

Bordetella phage

Brevibacillus phage

Brevibacterium phage

Brochothrix phage

Brucella phage

Burkholderia ambifaria phage

Burkholderia cenocepacia phage

Burkholderia cepacia phage

Burkholderia phage

Burkholderia prophage

Campylobacter phage

Caulobacter phage

Celeribacter phage

Cellulophaga phage

Chlamydia phage

Citrobacter phage

Clavibacter phage

Clostridium phage


Colwellia phage

Corynebacterium phage

Croceibacter phage

Cronobacter phage

Cronobacter sakazakii phage

Curvibacter phage

Delftia phage

Dickeya phage

Dinoroseobacter phage

Edwardsiella phage

Eggerthella phage

Enterobacter phage

Enterobacteria phage

Enterobacterial phage


Enterococcus phage

Erwinia amylovora phage

Erwinia phage

Erysipelothrix phage

Escherichia phage

Faecalibacterium phage

Flavobacterium phage

Geobacillus phage

Gluconobacter phage

Gordonia phage

Haemophilus phage

Halocynthia phage

Halomonas phage

Halorubrum phage

Helicobacter phage

Hydrogenobaculum phage


Klebsiella phage

Kluyvera phage

Lactobacillus johnsonii prophage

Lactobacillus phage

Lactobacillus prophage

Lactoccocus phage

Lactococcus lactis phage

Lactococcus phage

Lactococcus prophage

Leclercia phage

Lelliottia phage

Leptospira phage

Leuconostoc phage

Liberibacter phage

Listeria bacteriophage

Listeria phage

Listonella phage

Mannheimia phage

Marinomonas phage

Mesorhizobium phage

Methanobacterium phage

Microbacterium phage

Morganella phage


Mycobacterium virus Che12

Mycobacterium virus D29

Mycoplasma phage

Myxococcus phage

Natrialba phage

Nitrincola phage

Nocardia phage

Nodularia phage

Oenococcus phage

Paenibacillus phage

Panteoa phage

Parabacteroides phage

Paracoccus phage

Pasteurella phage

Pectobacterium bacteriophage

Pectobacterium phage

Pediococcus phage

Pelagibacter phage

Persicivirga phage

Phormidium phage

Photobacterium phage

Planktothrix phage

Polaribacter phage

Prochlorococcus phage

Propionibacterium phage

Proteus phage

Providencia phage

Pseudoalteromonas phage

Pseudomonas aeruginosa phage

Pseudomonas phage

Psychrobacter phage

Puniceispirillum phage

Ralstonia phage

Raoultella phage

Rheinheimera phage

Rhizobium phage

Rhodobacter phage

Rhodococcus phage

Rhodoferax phage

Rhodothermus phage

Rhodovulum phage

Riemerella phage

Roseobacter phage

Ruegeria phage

Salicola phage

Salinivibrio phage

Salisaeta icosahedral phage

Salmonella enterica bacteriophage

Salmonella phage

Serratia phage

Shewanella phage

Shewanella sp. phage

Shigella phage

Sinorhizobium phage

Sodalis phage

Sphingobium phage

Sphingomonas phage

Spiroplasma phage

Staphylococcus aureus phage

Staphylococcus phage

Staphylococcus prophage

Stenotrophomonas phage

Streptococcus phage

Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteriophage

Streptococcus prophage

Streptococcus thermophilus bacteriophage

Streptomyces phage

Sulfitobacter phage

Synechococcus phage

Tetrasphaera phage

Thalassomonas phage

Thermoanaerobacterium phage

Thermus phage

Thermus thermophilus phage

Tsukamurella phage

Verrucomicrobia phage

Vibrio phage

Vibrio vulnificus phage


Weissella phage

Xanthomonas citri phage

Xanthomonas oryzae phage

Xanthomonas phage

Xylella phage

Yersinia pestis phage

Yersinia phage


Adeno-associated virus

Adenovirus 36

Adenovirus type 14

Aichi virus

Aichivirus A

Akhmeta virus

Alaskapox virus

Alkhumra hemorrhagic fever virus

Alphapapillomavirus 3

Alphapapillomavirus 7

Alphapapillomavirus 9


Amniota adenovirus

Andes orthohantavirus





Astrovirus MLB1

Astrovirus MLB2

Astrovirus MLB3

Astrovirus SG

Astrovirus VA1

Astrovirus VA2

Astrovirus VA3

Astrovirus VA4

Babanki virus

Barmah forest virus

Betacoronavirus 1

Betapapillomavirus 1

Betapapillomavirus 2

Betapapillomavirus 4

Betapapillomavirus 5

BK polyomavirus

Borna disease virus


Bundibugyo ebolavirus


Cardiovirus B

Cercopithecine herpesvirus 5

Chandipura vesiculovirus

Chandipura virus

Chikungunya virus

Circo-like virus-Brazil


Corella adenovirus

Coronavirus cya-BetaCoV/2019

Coronavirus cyb-BetaCoV/2019

Coronavirus cyc-BetaCoV/2019

Cosavirus A

Cosavirus B

Cosavirus D

Cosavirus E

Cosavirus F

Coxsackievirus A10

Coxsackievirus A12

Coxsackievirus A16

Coxsackievirus A19

Coxsackievirus A2

Coxsackievirus A20

Coxsackievirus A21

Coxsackievirus A24

Coxsackievirus A4

Coxsackievirus A5

Coxsackievirus A6

Coxsackievirus A8

Coxsackievirus A9

Coxsackievirus B1

Coxsackievirus B2

Coxsackievirus B3

Coxsackievirus B4

Coxsackievirus B5

Crane-associated adenovirus

Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever orthonairovirus

Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus


Cynomolgus adenovirus

Cynomolgus cytomegalovirus


Dengue virus 1

Dengue virus 2

Dengue virus 3

Dengue virus 4

Dengue virus type 1

Dengue virus type 2

Dengue virus type 3

Dengue virus type 4

Dobrava-Belgrade orthohantavirus

Duvenhage virus

Ebola virus


Echovirus 1

Echovirus 11

Echovirus 13

Echovirus 14

Echovirus 15

Echovirus 16

Echovirus 17

Echovirus 18

Echovirus 19

Echovirus 2

Echovirus 20

Echovirus 21

Echovirus 24

Echovirus 25

Echovirus 26

Echovirus 27

Echovirus 29

Echovirus 3

Echovirus 30

Echovirus 31

Echovirus 32

Echovirus 33

Echovirus 4

Echovirus 5

Echovirus 6

Echovirus 7

Echovirus 8

Echovirus 9

Echovirus E11

Echovirus E12

Echovirus E14

Echovirus E18

Echovirus E19

Echovirus E2

Echovirus E20

Echovirus E24

Echovirus E25

Echovirus E29

Echovirus E3

Echovirus E30

Echovirus E33

Echovirus E6

Echovirus E7

Echovirus E9

Ectromelia virus

Enterovirus 68

Enterovirus 71

Enterovirus A

Enterovirus B

Enterovirus C

Enterovirus D

Epstein-Barr virus



Gammapapillomavirus 10

Gammapapillomavirus 11

Gammapapillomavirus 12

Gammapapillomavirus 13

Gammapapillomavirus 14

Gammapapillomavirus 15

Gammapapillomavirus 16

Gammapapillomavirus 18

Gammapapillomavirus 19

Gammapapillomavirus 2

Gammapapillomavirus 22

Gammapapillomavirus 23

Gammapapillomavirus 24

Gammapapillomavirus 25

Gammapapillomavirus 5

Gammapapillomavirus 6

Gammapapillomavirus 7

Gammapapillomavirus 8

Gammapapillomavirus 9

GB virus


Guenon simian foamy virus


Hantaan orthohantavirus


HBV genotype A

HBV genotype B

HBV genotype C

HBV genotype D

HBV genotype E

HBV genotype G

HBV genotype H

HBV recombinant

Hendra henipavirus

Hendra virus

Hepacivirus B

Hepacivirus C

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis B virus

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis D

Hepatitis delta virus

Hepatitis E

Hepatitis G

Hepatovirus A

Herpesvirus 1

Herpesvirus 2

Herpesvirus 3

Herpesvirus 4

Herpesvirus 5

Herpesvirus 6A

Herpesvirus 6B

Herpesvirus 7

Herpesvirus 8



HMO Astrovirus A


Human adenovirus

Human adenovirus 10

Human adenovirus 11

Human adenovirus 11a

Human adenovirus 12

Human adenovirus 13

Human adenovirus 14

Human adenovirus 16

Human adenovirus 17

Human adenovirus 18

Human adenovirus 19

Human adenovirus 2

Human adenovirus 20

Human adenovirus 21

Human adenovirus 21a

Human adenovirus 22

Human adenovirus 23

Human adenovirus 24

Human adenovirus 25

Human adenovirus 27

Human adenovirus 29

Human adenovirus 3

Human adenovirus 30

Human adenovirus 31

Human adenovirus 32

Human adenovirus 33

Human adenovirus 38

Human adenovirus 39

Human adenovirus 4

Human adenovirus 40

Human adenovirus 41

Human adenovirus 42

Human adenovirus 43

Human adenovirus 44

Human adenovirus 45

Human adenovirus 47

Human adenovirus 5

Human adenovirus 51

Human adenovirus 53

Human adenovirus 55

Human adenovirus 56

Human adenovirus 58

Human adenovirus 6

Human adenovirus 60a

Human adenovirus 61

Human adenovirus 62

Human adenovirus 63

Human adenovirus 64

Human adenovirus 66

Human adenovirus 68

Human adenovirus 69

Human adenovirus 7

Human adenovirus 71

Human adenovirus 7d2

Human adenovirus 86

Human adenovirus A

Human adenovirus B

Human adenovirus B1

Human adenovirus B2

Human adenovirus B3

Human adenovirus B55

Human adenovirus C

Human adenovirus D

Human adenovirus D8

Human adenovirus E4

Human alphaherpesvirus 1

Human alphaherpesvirus 2

Human alphaherpesvirus 3

Human anellovirus zj-ad 1

Human associated cyclovirus 1

Human associated cyclovirus 10

Human associated gemykibivirus 1

Human associated gemykibivirus 2

Human associated gemyvongvirus 1

Human associated huchismacovirus 1

Human associated huchismacovirus 2

Human associated huchismacovirus 3

Human associated porprismacovirus

Human associated porprismacovirus 3

Human astrovirus

Human betaherpesvirus 5

Human betaherpesvirus 6A

Human betaherpesvirus 6B

Human bocavirus

Human circovirus VS6600022

Human coronavirus HKU1

Human coronavirus NL63

Human coronavirus OC43

Human cosavirus

Human coxsackievirus A1

Human coxsackievirus A10

Human coxsackievirus A11

Human coxsackievirus A12

Human coxsackievirus A13

Human coxsackievirus A14

Human coxsackievirus A15

Human coxsackievirus A16

Human coxsackievirus A17

Human coxsackievirus A18

Human coxsackievirus A19

Human coxsackievirus A2

Human coxsackievirus A20

Human coxsackievirus A21

Human coxsackievirus A22

Human coxsackievirus A24

Human coxsackievirus A3

Human coxsackievirus A4

Human coxsackievirus A5

Human coxsackievirus A6

Human coxsackievirus A7

Human coxsackievirus A8

Human coxsackievirus B1

Human coxsackievirus B2

Human coxsackievirus B3

Human coxsackievirus B4

Human coxsackievirus B5

Human coxsackievirus B6

Human cyclovirus

Human DNA virus

Human endogenous retrovirus

Human enteric coronavirus

Human erythrovirus V9

Human fecal virus Jorvi2

Human fecal virus Jorvi3

Human fecal virus Jorvi4

Human fecal virus Tarto

Human feces pecovirus

Human feces smacovirus 3

Human feces-associated smacovirus

Human foamy virus

Human gammaherpesvirus 4

Human gammaherpesvirus 8

Human gemycircularvirus

Human gut-associated brisavirus VW

Human gut-associated vientovirus MW

Human hepegivirus

Human herpesvirus 1

Human herpesvirus 2

Human herpesvirus 3

Human herpesvirus 4

Human herpesvirus 5

Human herpesvirus 6

Human herpesvirus 6A

Human herpesvirus 6B

Human herpesvirus 7

Human herpesvirus 8

Human immunodeficiency virus

Human lung-associated brisavirus AA

Human lung-associated brisavirus II

Human lung-associated brisavirus MD

Human lung-associated brisavirus RC

Human lung-associated vientovirus AL

Human lung-associated vientovirus DC

Human lung-associated vientovirus ES

Human lung-associated vientovirus FB

Human lung-associated vientovirus JB

Human lung-associated vientovirus JY

Human lung-associated vientovirus LT

Human mastadenovirus A

Human mastadenovirus B

Human mastadenovirus C

Human mastadenovirus D

Human mastadenovirus E

Human mastadenovirus F

Human metapneumovirus

Human oral-associated brisavirus YH

Human oral-associated vientovirus AV

Human oral-associated vientovirus EC

Human oral-associated vientovirus LZ

Human oral-associated vientovirus MC

Human oral-associated vientovirus XM

Human orthopneumovirus

Human orthorubulavirus 2

Human orthorubulavirus 4

Human papillomavirus 116

Human papillomavirus 155

Human papillomavirus 157

Human papillomavirus 158

Human papillomavirus 205

Human papillomavirus KC5

Human papillomavirus type 10

Human papillomavirus type 102

Human papillomavirus type 11

Human papillomavirus type 114

Human papillomavirus type 115

Human papillomavirus type 116

Human papillomavirus type 119

Human papillomavirus type 120

Human papillomavirus type 121

Human papillomavirus type 122

Human papillomavirus type 123

Human papillomavirus type 124

Human papillomavirus type 125

Human papillomavirus type 126

Human papillomavirus type 128

Human papillomavirus type 129

Human papillomavirus type 130

Human papillomavirus type 131

Human papillomavirus type 132

Human papillomavirus type 133

Human papillomavirus type 134

Human papillomavirus type 135

Human papillomavirus type 136

Human papillomavirus type 137

Human papillomavirus type 138

Human papillomavirus type 139

Human papillomavirus type 140

Human papillomavirus type 141

Human papillomavirus type 142

Human papillomavirus type 143

Human papillomavirus type 144

Human papillomavirus type 145

Human papillomavirus type 146

Human papillomavirus type 147

Human papillomavirus type 148

Human papillomavirus type 149

Human papillomavirus type 150

Human papillomavirus type 152

Human Papillomavirus type 153

Human papillomavirus type 154

Human papillomavirus type 156

Human papillomavirus type 159

Human papillomavirus type 16

Human papillomavirus type 161

Human papillomavirus type 162

Human papillomavirus type 163

Human papillomavirus type 164

Human papillomavirus type 165

Human papillomavirus type 166

Human papillomavirus type 167

Human papillomavirus type 168

Human papillomavirus type 169

Human papillomavirus type 17

Human papillomavirus type 170

Human papillomavirus type 171

Human papillomavirus type 172

Human papillomavirus type 173

Human papillomavirus type 175

Human papillomavirus type 176

Human papillomavirus type 177

Human papillomavirus type 178

Human papillomavirus type 179

Human papillomavirus type 18

Human papillomavirus type 180

Human papillomavirus type 181

Human papillomavirus type 182

Human papillomavirus type 183

Human papillomavirus type 184

Human papillomavirus type 185

Human papillomavirus type 186

Human papillomavirus type 187

Human papillomavirus type 188

Human papillomavirus type 189

Human papillomavirus type 190

Human papillomavirus type 191

Human papillomavirus type 192

Human papillomavirus type 193

Human papillomavirus type 194

Human papillomavirus type 195

Human papillomavirus type 196

Human papillomavirus type 197

Human papillomavirus type 199

Human papillomavirus type 2

Human papillomavirus type 20

Human papillomavirus type 200

Human papillomavirus type 201

Human papillomavirus type 202

Human papillomavirus type 204

Human papillomavirus type 209

Human papillomavirus type 210

Human papillomavirus type 211

Human papillomavirus type 212

Human papillomavirus type 213

Human papillomavirus type 214

Human papillomavirus type 215

Human papillomavirus type 216

Human papillomavirus type 219

Human papillomavirus type 220

Human papillomavirus type 221

Human papillomavirus type 222

Human papillomavirus type 23

Human papillomavirus type 28

Human papillomavirus type 3

Human papillomavirus type 30

Human papillomavirus type 31

Human papillomavirus type 33

Human papillomavirus type 35

Human papillomavirus type 36

Human papillomavirus type 38

Human papillomavirus type 39

Human papillomavirus type 40

Human papillomavirus type 41

Human papillomavirus type 42

Human papillomavirus type 44

Human papillomavirus type 45

Human papillomavirus type 49

Human papillomavirus type 5

Human papillomavirus type 51

Human papillomavirus type 52

Human papillomavirus type 53

Human papillomavirus type 54

Human papillomavirus type 56

Human papillomavirus type 58

Human papillomavirus type 59

Human papillomavirus type 6

Human papillomavirus type 61

Human papillomavirus type 62

Human papillomavirus type 66

Human papillomavirus type 67

Human papillomavirus type 68

Human papillomavirus type 70

Human papillomavirus type 71

Human papillomavirus type 73

Human papillomavirus type 78

Human papillomavirus type 81

Human papillomavirus type 82

Human papillomavirus type 85

Human papillomavirus type 87

Human papillomavirus type 89

Human papillomavirus type 90

Human papillomavirus type 94

Human papillomavirus type 97

Human Papillomavirus type XS2

Human parainfluenza virus 1

Human parainfluenza virus 2

Human parainfluenza virus 3

Human parainfluenza virus 4a

Human parainfluenza virus 4b

Human parechovirus

Human parvovirus 4

Human parvovirus B19

Human pegivirus

Human poliovirus 1

Human poliovirus 2

Human poliovirus 3

Human polyomavirus 1

Human polyomavirus 10

Human polyomavirus 3

Human polyomavirus 4

Human polyomavirus 6

Human polyomavirus 7

Human polyomavirus 9

Human PoSCV5-like circular virus

Human respirovirus 1

Human respirovirus 3

Human rubulavirus 2

Human rubulavirus 4

Human smacovirus 1

Human spumaretrovirus

Human T-cell leukemia virus

Human T-cell lymphotropic virus type 1

Human T-cell lymphotropic virus type 2

Human T-lymphotropic virus 1

Human T-lymphotropic virus 2

Human T-lymphotropic virus 3

Human T-lymphotropic virus 4


Igbo Ora virus

Ilheus virus

Indian encephalitis associated cyclovirus

Influenza A virus

Influenza B virus

Influenza C virus


Japanese encephalitis virus

JC polyomavirus

JC virus

Jurona virus

KI polyomavirus

Kunjin virus

Kyasanur forest disease virus

Lake Victoria marburgvirus

Lassa mammarenavirus

LI polyomavirus

Louping ill virus

Madariaga virus

Mamastrovirus 1

Mamastrovirus 8

Mandrillus leucophaeus cytomegalovirus

Marburg marburgvirus

Marburg virus

Mayaro virus

Measles morbillivirus

Measles virus

Merkel cell polyomavirus


Methanobacterium virus

Middelburg virus

Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus

Middle East respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus

Molluscum contagiosum virus

Monkeypox virus


Mumps orthorubulavirus

Mumps rubulavirus

Mumps virus

Murine leukemia virus

Murray Valley encephalitis virus

MW polyomavirus

MX polyomavirus

New Jersey polyomavirus-2013

Nipah henipavirus

Nipah virus


Norwalk virus

Onyong-nyong virus


Orthohepevirus A

Orthohepevirus B

Orthohepevirus C



Orthorubulavirus 5



Parainfluenza virus 5


Parechovirus A


Pegivirus A

Pegivirus C

Pegivirus H





Porcine circovirus 2

Powassan virus


Primate bocaparvovirus 1

Primate erythroparvovirus 1

Puumala orthohantavirus

Rabies lyssavirus

Rabies virus


Respiratory syncytial virus

Reston ebolavirus


Rhesus cytomegalovirus

Rhinovirus A

Rhinovirus B

Rhinovirus C

Rhinovirus C41

Rio Mamore hantavirus

Rosavirus 2

Ross River virus

Rotavirus A

Rotavirus B

Rotavirus C

Rotavirus J

Rubella virus

Saffold virus

Saint Louis encephalitis virus

Salivirus A

Salivirus FHB


Sapporo virus

SARS coronavirus

Semliki Forest virus

SEN virus

Seoul orthohantavirus

Simian foamy virus

Simian virus 40

Sin Nombre orthohantavirus

Sindbis virus

Small anellovirus

Snow Mountain virus

Sosuga virus


St. Louis encephalitis virus

STL polyomavirus

Streptococcus virus

Sudan ebolavirus

Suid alphaherpesvirus 1

Tai Forest ebolavirus

Tick-borne encephalitis virus

Torque teno midi virus

Torque teno midi virus 10

Torque teno midi virus 11

Torque teno midi virus 12

Torque teno midi virus 13

Torque teno midi virus 14

Torque teno midi virus 2

Torque teno midi virus 3

Torque teno midi virus 4

Torque teno midi virus 5

Torque teno midi virus 6

Torque teno midi virus 7

Torque teno midi virus 8

Torque teno midi virus 9

Torque teno mini virus 1

Torque teno mini virus 10

Torque teno mini virus 11

Torque teno mini virus 12

Torque teno mini virus 18

Torque teno mini virus 5

Torque teno mini virus 6

Torque teno mini virus 8

Torque teno mini virus ALA22

Torque teno mini virus ALH8

Torque teno mini virus SHA

Torque teno mini virus SHB

Torque teno mini virus SHC

Torque teno virus

Torque teno virus 10

Torque teno virus 7

Trichodysplasia spinulosa-associated polyomavirus

Usutu virus

Vaccinia virus

Variegated squirrel bornavirus

Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus

Vesicular stomatitis Indiana virus


Wesselsbron virus

West Nile virus

Western equine encephalitis virus

Western equine encephalomyelitis virus

WU Polyomavirus

Xenotropic MuLV-related virus

Xenotropic murine leukemia virus

Yellow fever virus

Zaire ebolavirus

Zika virus

Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV)