Urinary Simple Phenols in Rats Fed Diets Containing Different Amounts of Casein and 10% Tyrosine

  title={Urinary Simple Phenols in Rats Fed Diets Containing Different Amounts of Casein and 10\% Tyrosine},
  author={Olav M. Bakke},
  journal={Journal of Nutrition},
  • O. Bakke
  • Published 1 June 1969
  • Chemistry
  • Journal of Nutrition
Dietary galacto-oligosaccharides mixture can suppress serum phenol and p-cresol levels in rats fed tyrosine diet.
It was found that phenols accumulated in the serum of rats given a tyrosine diet, and that dietary intake of a galacto-oligosaccharide mixture (GOS) suppressed the accumulation of phenols in serum, indicating that GOS may improve the quality of life of patients with renal failure.
O-methylation of simple phenols in the rat.
  • O. Bakke
  • Chemistry
    Acta pharmacologica et toxicologica
  • 1970
There was no correlation between the extent of O-methylation of the simple phenols and their potencies as convulsant agents and the administration of resorcinol, hydroquinone, hydroxyquinol and phloroglucinol.
The origin of urinary aromatic compounds excreted by ruminants
The relationship between urinary phenylacetic acid output and grass intake could vary with different forages but that between orcinol output and he Heather intake was considered a useful index of heather intake.
The urinary excretion of bacterial amino-acid metabolites by rats fed saccharin in the diet.
  • C. A. Lawrie, A. Renwick, J. Sims
  • Biology
    Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association
  • 1985
Localization of microbial L-tyrosine degradation in the intestine of coprophagy-prevented rats.
The findings indicate that the large bowel is capable of absorbing simple phenols and that it is the most important site of microbial L-tyrosine degradation.
Resistant starch reduces colonic and urinary p-cresol in rats fed a tyrosine-supplemented diet, whereas konjac mannan does not
Resistant starch (HAS and HMTS) but not konjac mannan (KMA and KMB) reduces p-cresol in the urine of rats fed a tyrosine-supplemented diet.
Hypothesis: Phenol and hydroquinone derived mainly from diet and gastrointestinal flora activity are causal factors in leukemia
The hypothesis predicts that susceptibility to the disease would be related to diet, medicinal intake, genetics and gut-flora composition, and thus dietary modification and reduced use of medicines that elevate phenol levels may be the best intervention strategies for lowering leukemia risk.
Influence of dietary protein content and source on colonic fermentative activity in dogs differing in body size and digestive tolerance.
A diet formulated with highly digestible protein, such as WG, led to reduced concentrations of protein-based fermentation products in feces together with improved fecal quality in dogs, especially in large sensitive ones.
Influences of Fermentable Carbohydrates on Shifting Nitrogen Excretion and Reducing Ammonia Emission of Pigs
There is increasing evidence that nitrogen (N) excretion is shifted from urea in urine to bacterial protein in feces when fibrous feedstuffs are included in the diet. Carbohydrates also beneficially