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  • [1.1] [#Crohn’s disease, #Inflamatory bowel disease
    - The blood–brain barrier allows the access of tryptophan. - In IBD, especially in CD patients, TRP metabolism increases; consequently, the amino acid levels are reduced with respect to normal healthy individuals, and these changes correlate with the gravity of the disease. - TRP undergoes two major metabolic host pathways, the #kynurenine (KYN) and #Serotonin (5-HT) biosynthetic pathways, and one microbial pathway to produce #Indole and its derivatives.
  • [1.2] [#Tryptophan-Deficient diet
    - 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.
  • [1.3
    - Tryptophan metabolism follows three major pathways in the gastrointestinal tract: (1) the direct transformation of Trp into several molecules, including ligands of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR), by the gut microbiota. (2) the kynurenine pathway (KP) in both immune and epithelial cells via indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase (IDO). (3) the serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine [5-HT]) production pathway in enterochromaffin cells via Trp hydroxylase 1 (TpH1).
  • [1.4
    - Tryptophan and #Phenylalanine > Microbiom Catabolism > increased #Phenol and #Indole derivatives > chronic exposure of cultured neurons to these metabolites impaired their firing rate and induced axonal damage, independent from mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress, thereby identifying a novel pathway of neurotoxicity.
  • [1.5
    - Tryptophan > Microbiota Catabolism > derived ligands > act as AhR agonists expressed in several intestinal cells > AhR activation > protects the epithelial barrier, production of IL-22 and 10, promotes intestinal immune tolerance and protects from intestinal inflammation.
  • [1.6] [#Alzheimer’s disease, #Parkinson’s Disease
    - Tryptophan metabolites can cross the blood-brain barrier > activate #AHR to regulate astrocytes and reduce central nervous system inflammation in AD and PD
  • [#Indole-3-acetic acid, #Indole-3-propionic acid] - TRP > utilized by the intestinal flora in the intestinal tract and metabolized into ligand molecules indole, indole propionic acid, indole acetic acid, #Skatole, and #Tryptamine > action on of aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AHR).
  • [1.7] [#Pancreatic Cancer] [#Lactobacillus] [#Indole] [#Probiotic
  • [1.8] [#kynurenine
    - Tryptophan > Excessive Kyn levels in the tumor microenvironment is one of the adaptive mechanism for the tumors to escape immune surveillance and metastasize. Most individuals with #Cancer, including hepatocellular carcinoma, CRC, kidney #Cancer, lung #Cancer often exhibit increased Kyn levels and decreased serum Trp levels, or increased kyn/Trp ratio.
  • [#Colorectal cancer] - Around 5% of Trp > metabolized by gut bacteria into #Indole and indolic compounds > can bind to pregnane X receptors (PXR) and aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) > promote intestinal homeostasis, enhance barrier function and tight junctions, reduce permeability, regulate intestinal immune tolerance. - Alteration in Trp metabolism begin at early stages of CRC and allow immune evasion umor microenvironment (i.e. the oncogene c-MYC cab accelerate Trp uptake) with an increase in IDO1 and T cell inactivation. - Reduction in indoles production is observed in CRC and the administration of microbial indolic metabolites, diindolylmethane or I3C (AhR ligands), reduces tumor formation
  • [#Colorectal cancer] - Tryptophan > #Serotonin > can exhibit both a protective and detrimental role. For example, activation of #Serotonin receptors, 5-HTR1B and 5-HTR2B stimulate tumor angiogenesis and cell proliferation. SCFAs can induce the production and release of #Serotonin though. In normal conditions, #Serotonin seems to have mainly a protective role but dysregulation of its production is linked to cancer promotion.
  • [1.9] [#Serotonin
    - 5-HT in the body is synthesized from the essential amino acid tryptophan (Trp) in both the brain and gut, and the majority of it (approximately 95% of total 5-HT) resides in the digestive tract and is mostly produced and stored in enterochromaffin cells (ECs). - In the gut, 5-HT is responsible for one of the core signaling pathways, especially in modulating intestinal permeability and regulating mucosal inflammation. - 5-HT is related to colon inflammation in a DSS-induced murine colitis model, and treatment by inhibiting 5-HT production in colonic mucosa has a therapeutic outcome in ameliorating colitis-associated symptoms and inflammation
  • - #AHR is expressed by keratinocytes, epidermal Langerhans cells, dermal and epidermal innate and adaptive immune cells. - The activation of #AHR is mostly anti-inflammatory through the regulation of cytokine production and other immune-related transcription factors, such as NF-κB. - In the skin epidermis, dead keratinocytes and broken keratin are used as substrates in the tryptophan metabolism of skin microbiota which leads to #AHR agonists production
  • [1.11] [#Diabetes Type 2
    - #Dimethylglycine, #Imidazole propionate, tryptophan, #kynurenine and #Indolelactate associated with increased risk of T2D
  • [1.12
    - Tryptophan metabolites, act in 2 different ways: propagating bottom-up signals that start at the local level, or crossing the intestinal barrier to enter the systemic circulation, even acting on the CNS after crossing the blood-brain barrier. - Tryptophan metabolites use aryl hydrocarbon receptors to act on astrocytes (neuroectodermal cells involved in a wide range of CNS functions).
  • [1.13] [#Indole-3-propionic acid, #Indole-3-aldehyde
    - Most tryptophan is transformed in the #Indole pathway. Intestinal bacteria express the enzyme tryptophanase, leading to the production of #Indole in the gut. - #Indole > metabolized into 3-indolepropionic acid (IPA) > binds to the pregnane X receptor (PXR) in intestinal cells. - IPA is absorbed in the intestine and distributed to the brain > neuroprotective properties. - #Indole > metabolized into #Indole-3-aldehyde (I3A) > triggers immunoprotective effects in the intestine.
  • [1.14] [#Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    - In Neutrophil-predominant COPD altered tryptophan metabolism in airway #Lactobacilli is associated with reduced #Indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), which was in turn linked to perturbed host interleukin-22 signalling and epithelial cell apoptosis pathways. - airway microbiome-derived IAA mitigates neutrophilic inflammation, apoptosis, emphysema and lung function decline, via macrophage–epithelial cell cross-talk mediated by interleukin-22. - Intranasal inoculation of two airway #Lactobacilli restored IAA and recapitulated its protective effects in mice.
  • [1.15] [#Diabetes Type 2] [#Cow’s milk (Dietary Casein), #High fibre diet
    - a higher milk intake and higher fiber intake were associated with a favorable profile of circulating Trp metabolites for T2D.
  • [#Escherichia coli] - #Fucose increased the abundance of Trp-producing E. coli and normalized the blood Trp levels.
  • [#Indole-3-carboxyaldehyde, #Indole-3-propionic acid, #Niacin] [#Ginseng] - #Ginsenoside Rg1 could increase the levels of Trp metabolites in the serum, including indole-3-carboxaldehyde, #Indole-3-lactic acid, 3-indolepropionic acid and niacinamide. - In mice with high-fat diet-induced obesity, #Ginsenoside Rb1 significantly altered the gut microbiota composition and serum Trp
  • [#Inflamatory bowel disease] [#kynurenine] - patients with inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) have lower levels of Trp in both their serum and feces than healthy subjects. - active IBD > increased Kyn or Kyn/Trp ratios in IBD patients, indicating the promoted Trp metabolism along the Kyn pathway.
  • [#kynurenine] - A high-serum Kyn/Trp ratio is also correlated with a poor prognosis after a PD-1 blockade in #Lung cancer, #Melanoma and #renal cell carcinomas
  • [#Indole] - There are decreased circulating levels of AhR agonists in individuals with #Multiple Sclerosis.
  • [#Pancreatic Cancer] - dietary Trp generated by the gut microbiota activate the aryl hydrocarbon receptor in myeloid cells, promoting an immune suppressive tumor microenvironment and facilitating pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma growth.
  • - Tryptophan metabolites such as indole-3-lactate (ILA), indole-3-acrylate (IAC), indole-3-propionate (IPA), indole-3-aldehyde (IAID), indoleacetic acid (IAA), indole-3-acetaldehyde and Kyn can be produced by intestinal microorganisms through direct Trp transformation and also, partly, the kynurenine (Kyn) pathway. - They can not only promote the differentiation and function of anti-inflammatory macrophages, Treg cells, CD4+CD8αα+ regulatory cells, IL-10+ and/or IL-35+B regulatory cells but also IL-22-producing innate lymphoid cells 3 (ILC3), which are involved in maintaining the gut mucosal homeostasis. - Trp metabolite receptors such as the ary hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) can be detected in T cells such as T-helper type 17 (Th17) cells and Tregs, B cells and antigen-presenting cells (APCs). - Trp metabolites from Trp transformation and the Kyn pathway by the gut microbiota suppress inflammatory responses in the macrophages. - Trp metabolite receptor AhR signaling has an important role in the function of macrophages.
  • [1.16] [#Bifidobacterium infantis
    - treatment with B. infantis 35624 resulted in elevated circulating levels of both tryptophan and #kynurenic acid.
  • [#Depression] - Depressed individuals receiving the #Probiotic had ↓ circulating CRP. - #Probiotic treatment, but not prebiotic treatment, decreased depressive symptoms. #Probiotic treatment resulted in ↓ circulating #kynurenine/tryptophan ratio, when adjusting for #Isoleucine
  • [#Limosilactobacillus (Lactobacillus) reuteri] [#Condition of chronic stress] - chronic stress was connected with increased #Depression-like behavior (as measured by the forced swim test), reduced Lactobacillus spp. in the fecal microbiome, as well as increased circulating levels of #kynurenine, a direct metabolite of tryptophan via the enzyme IDO1. - supplemented the diet of the mice with L. reuteri ATCC 23272 for an additional 4 weeks, which was sufficient to reverse behavior and #kynurenine concentrations. - The reversal of #Depression-like behaviors was diminished if #kynurenine levels were artificially elevated during probiotic supplementation, suggesting a link between #kynurenine signaling and #Depression-like behavior.
  • - Tryptophan is the precursor to many neuroactive molecules, including the neurotransmitter serotonin, the neuroprotective molecule kynurenic acid, the neurotoxic molecule 3-hydroxykynurenine (3-HK), and the neurotoxic breakdown product of 3-HK, quinolinic acid.
  • [#Antibiotic Therapy] - following 13 weeks of antibiotic treatment, circulating levels of tryptophan had increased.
  • [1.17] [#Parkinson’s Disease
    - Tryptophan, an essential amino acid only derived from microbiome or diet, is the rate limiting precursor to #Serotonin. Tryptophan biosynthesis pathway was reduced in PD. - spore forming bacteria modulate #Serotonin production and enhance gut motility - #Constipation, a common symptom of PD, may be related to the depletion of spore forming bacteria.
  • [1.18] [#Colorectal cancer
    - Tryptophan metabolism is altered in CRC with a shift towards increased Kyn production by host cells but decreased #Indole production by gut microbes. - Elevated fecal Kyn to tryptophan ratios but decreased #Indole to tryptophane ratios were found in patients with colorectal neoplastic lesions.
  • - Tryptophan metabolites are produced via four different pathways: The #Serotonin pathway, the #Tryptamine pathway, the #kynurenine pathway, and the bacterial #Indole pathway.
  • [#kynurenine] - The host Kyn and bacterial #Indole pathways each process ~90% and ~5% of the available tryptophan, respectively.
  • [1.19
    - Five bacterial phyla including #Firmicutes, #Bacteroidetes, #Actinobacteria, #Proteobacteria, and #Fusobacteria can participate in tryptophan metabolism, being those belonging to the #Clostridium, #Burkholderia, #Streptomyces, #Pseudomonas or #Bacillus genera the most important modulators
  • [#Bipolar disorder, #Major depressive disorder, #Schizophrenia] [#Quinolinic acid, #kynurenine] - shift in the tryptophan metabolism from #Serotonin to the kyn pathway is associated with BD, MDD and SZ, but only in mood disorders (BD and MDD) there was a preferential metabolism of Kyn to the potentially neurotoxic QA.
  • [#Bipolar disorder] [#3-hydroxykynurenine, #Quinolinic acid, #kynurenic acid, #kynurenine] - individuals with BD present lower peripheral blood levels of tryptophan, Kyn, KYNA, xanthurenic acid (a component derived from 3-HK), KYNA/Kyn and KYNA/QA ratio
  • [#Bipolar disorder] [#kynurenic acid] - there is an inverse relationship between #Oscillibacter (a genera increased in patients with BD) and the levels of tryptophan and KYNA.
  • [#Bipolar disorder] [#kynurenic acid] - individuals with manic episode showed the greatest reductions in tryptophan levels whereas KYNA levels were more notably reduced among individuals in the depressive phase
  • [#Indole, #kynurenine] - tryptophan can be metabolized via the indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase (IDO) or through the enzyme tryptophan-2,3-dioxygenase (TDO) to form N-formylkynurenine (Kyn) > Kyn pathway, and accounts for ~95% of dietary tryptophan degradation. - The indoles and their derivates can also be transformed into Kyn. - Many components of the Kyn pathway are neuroactive.
  • - tryptophan can cross the BBB, #Serotonin produced in the gut cannot.
  • [#Anorexia nervosa] - The abundance of GBMs for #Serotonin synthesis and degradation of tryptophan, #Glutamate, and #Dopamine, were enriched in AN.
  • [1.21] [#Indole-3-propionic acid
    - The GM metabolism of tryptophan also leads to the production of six neuroactive compounds altogether called TRYP-6 affecting the Gut-Brain Axis (GBA). - These six metabolites include #Indole-3-acetic acid, quinolinate, #kynurenine, indole, #Tryptamine and indole propionic acid
  • [1.22] [#Limosilactobacillus (Lactobacillus) reuteri] [#Indole-3-aldehyde
    - #Probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri (Lr) translocates to, colonizes, and persists within #Melanoma, where via its released dietary tryptophan catabolite I3A, it locally promotes interferon-γ-producing CD8 T cells, thereby bolstering ICI (immune checkpoint inhibitor ).
  • [1.23
    - Amino acids including #Phenylalanine, lysine, tryptophan, #Valine, #Leucine, and #Isoleucine, which are not synthesized in the body, were all reduced in individuals with #Obesity. - The reasons might be that specific amino acids were derived from proteins of various foods and fermented by microbiotas, which caused the concentration change in the circulation.
  • [1.24] [#Indole
    - Indoles, generated by commensal microbes, also serve as #AHR agonists and therefore are likely to influence immune homeostasis as well as anticancer immunity.
  • - #kynurenine is an effective agonist and the tryptophan photo-oxidation product 6-formylindolo[3,2-b]carbazole (FICZ) is one of the most potent endogenous #AHR agonists
  • [1.25
    - #Indole, a tryptophan metabolite, has been reported to increase neurogenesis in the hippocampus of adult mice.
  • [#Irritable bowel syndrome] - increased tryptophan in the gut may lead to loosened stool, and tryptophan-related signaling may travel to the posterior insula and increase pain perception and emotional salience in IBS-D, thereby suggesting a “bottom-up” signaling direction.
  • [1.26
    - Tryptophan is mostly shunted into the #kynurenine pathway but is also the primary metabolite for #Serotonin production and the bacterial #Indole pathway.
  • - some gut microbes can synthesize Trp from #Indole and serine via the Trp synthase enzyme complex
  • - Digestion of Trp results in the well-known neuroactive compounds, #Serotonin and #Melatonin, and is a starting point for the NAD+ -producing #kynurenine pathway in human
  • - #Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), can shift Trp metabolism in the small intestine, driving an increase in locally produced #kynurenine
  • [1.27
    - #Cancer patients were shown to have lower concentrations of Tryptophan and higher concentrations of #kynurenine pathway metabolites in their blood and urine. - TRP is one of the critical components required for T-cell survival, a first mechanism involves the overactivation of IDO1 and/or TDO to deplete TRP within the local tumour microenvironment rapidly. - a TRP-stripped tumour microenvironment mediated by an overactive tumoral IDO1/TDO will induce mid-G1 phase arrest in T cells. - three KP metabolites 3HK, 3HAA and QUIN were shown to suppress anti-tumour immune cell populations.
  • [1.28] [#CVD] [#Streptococcus
    - CACS-associated species was negatively associated with the microbially derived tryptophan metabolite #Indole #Propionate, a metabolite that has been found inversely associated with atherosclerotic coronary disease in humans and reduced progression of #Atherosclerosis in mice.
  • [1.29] [#Clostridium botulinum, #Clostridium caloritolerans, #Clostridium paraputrifcum] [#Indole-3-propionic acid
    - Some gut microbiomes, C. botulinum, C. caloritolerans and C. paraputrifcum converts Trp to #Indole -3-#Propionic acid (IPA). - Its major contribution is in preserving β-cell function and improving #Glucose metabolism.
  • [#Diabetes Type 2] - #5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) is a Trp-catabolite formed by Trp hydroxylase 1 enzyme. - It promotes insulin secretion from pancreatic β-cells and inhibits hyperglycaemia and #Obesity.
  • [#Diabetes Type 2] [#Bacteroides ovatus, #Paraclostridium bifermentans] - Various gut bacterial species, like #Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron, B. ovatus, #Clostridium limosum, and C. bifermentans metabolize amino acid Tryptophan (Trp) to #Indole. - It helps to secret glucagon-like-peptide-1 (GLP-1), which has an important role to increase insulin secretion and inhibit glucagon secretion.
  • [#Clostridium sporogenes] - Two gut #Bacteria C. sporogenes and #Ruminococcus gnavus can convert Trp into #Tryptamine which is able to inhibit #Glucose-induced #Hyperglycemia and enhance insulin release.
  • - increased levels of #kynurenine, and a trend towards normalization in tryptophan and the #kynurenine/tryptophan ratio in long #Covid-19 patients.
  • [1.31] [#Niacin
    - intestinal bacteria synthesize vitamin B3 mainly from amino acid tryptophan but using a unique pathway
  • [1.32] [#Blood Brain Barrier Integrity
    - tryptophan can cross the BBB and affect #Serotonin synthesis in CNS
  • [1.33
    - enterobacterial metabolite #Norharman, which was partly exogenous and generated from tryptophan metabolism regulated by #Lactobacillus, showed the strongest inhibitory effect on M1 macrophage activation. - As a neuroactive β-carboline, #Norharman is a pyridoindole alkaloid that is naturally occurring, is plant-derived or in thermally processed foods, and is formed by the condensation of indoleamine (such as #Tryptamine) and formaldehyde, showing antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antitumor activities
  • [1.34
    - higher concentrations of five metabolites, namely 1-oleoylglycerophosphoethanolamine, 1palmitoylglycerophosphoethanolamine, 1,6-anhydroglucose, #Phenylacetylglutamine, tryptophan #Betaine, were strongly linked to higher #Celiac Disease risk
  • [1.35] [#Indole-3-acetic acid
    - #Lactobacillus can use tryptophan instead of #Glucose as a source of energy, and produce #AHR ligands such as #Indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), #Tryptamine (TA) and 3-methyl #Indole
  • - Lack of dietary tryptophan results in the increased expression of pro-inflammatory molecules in the brain such as Ccl2, Nos2 and Tnfa
  • [1.36] [#Prevotella copri] [#Branched-chain amino acids, #Lipopolysaccharide
    - P. copri can synthesize BCAAs, lipopolysaccharides, and tryptophan.
  • [1.37] [#Alzheimer’s disease, #Mild Cognitive Impairment
    - decreased #Formate among individuals with AD and MCI suggests alterations in tryptophan degradation in AD.
  • [#Alzheimer’s disease] [#Amyloid-beta] - tryptophan metabolites have been shown to regulate the cerebral activity of #Neprilysin, a metalloproteinase that controls the degradation and clearance of Aβ peptides in the brain.
  • [#Alzheimer’s disease] - tryptophan depletion increases cognitive deficits among people with AD and the bioavailability of metabolites in the #Serotonin and #kynurenine pathways are altered in both the urine and serum of AD patients
  • [1.38] [#Covid-19] [#Niacin, #γ-Aminobutyric acid
    - Distinct metabolites, including nicotinic acid (Vitamin B) and γ-Aminobutyric acid, were correlated with immune durability in BNT162b2 vaccines, while L-tryptophan showed significance for CoronaVac vaccines.
  • [1.39
    - #Bacteroides and #Clostridium have been reported to be capable of converting tryptophan into #Indole and #Indole derivatives
  • [#Indole-3-lactic acid, #Indole-3-propionic acid] - #Clostridium sporogenes, for example, converts tryptophan into #Tryptamine, indoleacetic acid (ILA), and #Indole #Propionic acid (IPA)
  • [#Inflamatory bowel disease] - protist #Blastocystis ST7 in a mouse model are associated with reduction of anti-inflammatory Treg cells and simultaneous expansion of pro-inflammatory Th17 responders. These alterations in CD4+ T cells depended on the tryptophan metabolite #Indole-3-acetaldehyde (I3AA) produced by this single-cell eukaryote. - I3AA reduced the Treg subset in vivo and iTreg development in vitro by modifying their sensing of TGFβ, concomitantly affecting recognition of self-flora antigens by conventional CD4+ T cells. - Parasite-derived I3AA also induces over-exuberant TCR signaling, manifested by increased CD69 expression and downregulation of co-inhibitor PD-1.
  • [1.41] [#Rheumatoid Arthritis] [#Eggerthella lenta
    - Increased proportion of E. lenta led to a decrease in metabolites, N-acetylglutamine, deoxycarnitine, gamma glutamylmethionine, Trp, N-acetyltryptophan, and #Methionine, which supports our recent data in patients with RA where an increase in these metabolites was associated with a decrease in disease severity
  • [1.42] [#Multiple Sclerosis
    - #Tryptamine is a neuromodulator with antioxidant characteristics that is produced when commensal bacteria break down tryptophan. - Deficits in tryptophan-derived #Neurotransmitters like #Serotonin and #Melatonin, which are both essential for #Sleep, are frequently linked to MS comorbidities, including #Depression
  • [#Indole] - By lowering #Oxidative stress, indoles, another byproduct of tryptophan metabolism, have shown neuroprotective benefits
  • [1.43] [#Autism
    - tryptophan derivatives such as #Indole and #Skatole were significantly increased (p ≤ 0.05) in #Children with ASD, particularly #Skatole, and thus were also identified as biomarkers by the ML predictive model.
  • - #Indole is an inter-kingdom signal in gut epithelial cells, reinforcing the host cell-barrier assets - It is derived from tryptophan, produced by several microbes (i.e., #Bacteroides, #Clostridium, #Desulfovibrio) colonizing the human GI tract - It is a critical precursor of physiologically important molecules, such as #Serotonin and #Melatonin
  • [1.44] [#Short Chain Fatty Acid
    - genera #Lactobacillus and #Megasphaera are increased in #Schizophrenia (SZ), as well as alterations in the #Glutamate-#Glutamine-#GABA cycle, serum levels of tryptophan, #kynurenic acid (KYNA), and short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs).
  • [#Schizophrenia] - altered microbiota in psychosis induces lower serum tryptophan, higher serum #kynurenic acid (KYNA) levels, and changes in gray matter volume in non-medicated psychotic patients
  • [1.45] [#Autism
    - lower faecal #Bifidobacteria abundance in #Children with ASD compared to neurotypical #Children. - #Bifidobacterium was decreased in ASD cases compared to controls. - #Bifidobacteria changes correlated with differently abundant metabolites from derivatives of tryptophan metabolisms. - dietary interventions either with #Bifidobacterium strains or other bacterial strains and/or compounds that increase #Bifidobacteria levels in the gut have shown to improve, not only intestinal outcomes, but also ASD severity
  • [1.46
    - The majority of tryptophan derivatives are present in multiple sample types, but urine generally offers the largest number of unique tryptophan derivatives when compared to feces and plasma, with higher overall concentrations of almost all tryptophan derivatives when compared to plasma. - some tryptophan derivatives can’t be detected in urine, such as 5-hydroxyindole (present in feces) and 3,4-dihydroxyphenyl acetic acid (present in plasma). - For the broadest possible analyses of tryptophan derivatives, collection of both fecal and urine samples is recommended.
  • [1.47
    - Specific bacterial genera, including #Catenibacterium, #Prevotellaceae, and #Enterobacteriaceae, enriched in PLWH > were strongly associated with accelerated biological #Aging. - These bacterial taxa can catabolize tryptophan and were correlated with elevated levels of the metabolic byproducts of tryptophan catabolism. Increased tryptophan catabolism leads to an accumulation of toxic metabolic byproducts such as #kynurenine and #Quinolinic acid. - These byproducts have been linked with adverse outcomes in chronic #HIV infection
  • [1.48] [#Collagen-induced arthritis , #Rheumatoid Arthritis
    - #kynurenine supplementation, or inhibition of #kynurenine production with the IDO1 inhibitor 1-methyl-tryptophan (1-MT) have shown conflicting effects on arthritis severity:
  • - elevated levels of serum #kynurenine appear to impair Treg function. - #kynurenine is thought to be primarily produced by host metabolism of Trp via indoleamine-2,3-dioxygenase (IDO1), the microbiota can also produce #kynurenine via tryptophan-2,3-dioxygenase (TDO2)
  • [1.49] [#Serotonin
    - #Fructooligosaccharides have been shown to modulate the gut microbial composition, by decreasing the abundance of #Akkermansiaceae (family level) and #Verrucomicrobia (phylum level) and increasing the abundance of #Ruminococcaceae (phylum level), and to increase the levels of Trp and 5-HT in mice models
  • [#Alzheimer’s disease, #Parkinson’s Disease] - Part of #kynurenine can also be converted to #3-hydroxykynurenine (3-HK) by the #kynurenine-3-monooxygenase (KMO). 3-HK is further converted to 3-hydroxyanthranilic (3-HAA) via the enzyme kynureninase. Both 3-HK and 3-HAA are neurotoxic and oxidative mediators. - 3-HK has been shown to induce endogenous oxidative stress and neuronal cell apoptosis and has been linked to a series of neurodegenerative disorders
  • - Trp is converted to #Indole via the enzyme Trp identified in gut bacteria such as #Escherichia coli (E. coli), #Clostridium spp., and #Bacteroides spp. - Trp decarboxylase converts Trp to #Tryptamine > is expressed in #Clostridium, #Ruminococcus, #Blautia, and #Lactobacillus bacteria
  • [#Celiac Disease] - CeD patients has a reduced capacity of converting Trp into metabolites capable of activating the #AHR, leading to intestinal inflammation
  • [#Inflamatory bowel disease] - Trp metabolites XA and KA have been negatively correlated to inflammation not only in #Colitis mice models but also in humans with IBD.
  • - #Lactococcus lactis subsp. cremoris (MG 1363), L. lactis subsp. lactis (IL1403), #Lactobacillus plantarum (FI8595), #Streptococcus thermophilus (NCFB2392), #Escherichia coli K-12, #Morganella morganii (NCIMB, 10466), #Klebsiella pneumoniae (NCIMB, 673), and #Hafnia alvei (NCIMB, 11999) that can produce #Serotonin from Trp
  • [#Escherichia coli] - #Fucose administration increased the levels of Trp-producing E. coli and thus normalized Trp serum levels
  • [#Inflamatory bowel disease] - IBD exhibit decreased Trp absorption, enhanced #kynurenine pathway, altered #Indole pathway along, and altered #Indole pathway with decreased Trp plasma levels.
  • [#Inflamatory bowel disease] - IBD patients had lower Trp levels in both serum and fecal samples
  • [#Irritable bowel syndrome] - IBS patients’ blood had more #kynurenine than the control group, and that there was a positive link between the severity of IBS symptoms and the #kynurenine/tryptophan (Kyn/Trp) ratio
  • - a Trp rich diet was able to shift the gut microbial composition of mice toward the increased abundance of bacteria able to produce #AHR ligands such as #Lactobacillus and #Ruminococcus gnavus, thus reducing #Gluten immunopathology.
  • [#β-defensins] - Trp is responsible for the expression of secretory immunoglobulin A (#sIgA) and β-defensins
  • - serum Trp levels across the majority of Chronic inflammatory diseases (CIDs), and a prevailing negative relationship between Trp and systemic inflammatory marker #C-reactive protein (CRP). - serum Trp was low in several CIDs even in the absence of measurable systemic inflammation. - Increases in the #kynurenine-to-Trp ratio (Kyn:Trp) suggest that these changes result from increased degradation along the #kynurenine pathway.
  • [1.51] [#Alzheimer’s disease
    - microbial-derived tryptophan degradation as one of the primary microbial sources of #Formate. - tryptophan depletion increases cognitive deficits among people with AD and the bioavailability of metabolites in the #Serotonin and #kynurenine pathways are altered in both the urine and serum of AD patients

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