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Tryptophan-Deficient diet {51111219}

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Factor:
Tryptophan-Deficient diet
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Initialisation date:
2021-06-25
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Type:
Diet
Host:
Mouse
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    - The mice on the Tryptophan-Deficient diet showed changes in their bacterial abundance of Coriobacteriia class, Acetatifactor genus, Lachnospiraceae family, Enterococcus faecalis species, Clostridium sp genus, and Oscillibacter genus.
    - Decreased Clostridium sp. may lead to lower levels of 5-HT, leading to depression, impaired digestions, and neuropsychiatric conditions. Similarly, the number of other gut bacterium significantly decreases in TRP-deficient groups such as Oscillibacter valericigenes, Mucispirillum, and Blautia genus.
    - The mice on the Tryptophan-Deficient diet showed significant increases in IL-6, IL-17A, and IL-1a and decreased IL-27 levels.

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