Toxin Identified For Alzheimer’s Diseas
...ways are also seen in the cases of Huntington's disease, stroke, and schizophrenia. Quinolinic acid is a part of the biochemical pathway also known as kynurenine
Researchers feel that there are several drugs, which are currently being tested in the laboratories, which can block these neural pathw...
Kynurenine in Biological News
Chemical in blood may explain susceptibility to bladder pain
... contained at least 20 percent more tryptophan and kynurenine
than did samples from healthy cats. kynurenine
is a brain compound produced when tryptophan breaks down in the body. An elevated level of kynurenine
suggests that tryptophan is being diverted from it...
Kynurenine in Biological Technology
Scientists discover how cancer may take hold
...pes of cancer cells, exchanges tryptophan from the outside of the cell with kynurenine
inside the cell, resulting in an excess of kynurenine
in the body fluids, which is toxic to T-cells.
Its double trouble for ...
Kynurenine in Biological Products