Reply from MeBO,
"I viewed some minutes of your suggested video and those reactions look pretty familiar to me, so I think I got an understanding for your situation. And yes, that’s a typical sign body odor patients encounter in reactions of people in their environments. Some close friends of patients describe the situations sometimes even in a way, that there is no actual real recognizable typical odor, but kind of a biting environment smell, which makes it hard to breathe."
So it would seem we are within the 3 groups but which one. I can only guess. I think it’s the Bromhidrosis group. If so, we are expected to have:
1. degradation failures of certain amino acids
2. malregulation of the tight junctions (leakygut)
One PATM member is joining the pilot exome analysis. This is basically getting a genetic sequencing of the area of the DNA supposedly holding the genes to the dysfunctional enzymes. If those genes show alteration from the normal documented gene then they’re right, if it doesn’t then they’ll look at other areas of possibilities.