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FRB Effects in Tryptophan Levels, and SCFA


FRB has already shown protective effects in UC murine models. And the research team further found out that FRB could increase stool short-chain fatty acids (SCFA), which represents anti-inflammatory potential. Since tryptophan is the main active ingredient in FRB, the research team did also find out that serum tryptophan and its metabolite tryptamine also increase, suggesting that FRB could potentially modulate AhR(Aryl hydrocarbon receptor) via an increase of tryptophan.

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