Critical role of gut microbiota in the production of biologically active, free catecholamines in the gut lumen of mice.

@article{Asano2012CriticalRO,
  title={Critical role of gut microbiota in the production of biologically active, free catecholamines in the gut lumen of mice.},
  author={Yasunari Asano and Tetsuya Hiramoto and Ryo Nishino and Yuji Aiba and Tae Kimura and Kazufumi Yoshihara and Y Fujioka Koga and Nobuyuki Sudo},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Gastrointestinal and liver physiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={303 11},
  pages={G1288-95}
}
There is increasing interest in the bidirectional communication between the mammalian host and prokaryotic cells. Catecholamines (CA), candidate molecules for such communication, are presumed to play an important role in the gut lumen; however, available evidence is limited because of the lack of actual data about luminal CA. This study evaluated luminal CA levels in the gastrointestinal tract and elucidated the involvement of gut microbiota in the generation of luminal CA by comparing the… CONTINUE READING
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