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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : K/T / kynurenine/tryptophan

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2022 HIV-related drivers of sexual compulsivity and sexuality in sexual minority men who use methamphetamine. METH, P/T, SMM
2022 Platelet, Plasma, Urinary Tryptophan-Serotonin-Kynurenine Axis Markers in Hyperacute Brain Ischemia Patients: A Prospective Study. 5-HIAA, 5-HT2AR, AIS, SERT, TIA, Trp
2021 Tryptophan depletion predicts lower positive affect in sexual minority men living with HIV who use methamphetamine. ---
2020 Blue Monday: Co-occurring Stimulant Use and HIV Persistence Predict Dysregulated Catecholamine Synthesis. P/T, sCD14
2019 Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Interruptions Are Associated With Systemic Inflammation Among Ugandans Who Achieved Viral Suppression. ART, IL-6
2017 HIV/Human herpesvirus co-infections: Impact on tryptophan-kynurenine pathway and immune reconstitution. ART, HHV, HIV, UMMC
2016 Analysis of Kynurenine/Tryptophan ratio and expression of IDO1 and 2 mRNA in tumour tissue of cervical cancer patients. IDO, WIA
2011 Serum analysis of tryptophan catabolism pathway: correlation with Crohn's disease activity. CD, IDO1
2011 The relationship between indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase activity and post-stroke cognitive impairment. CES-D, IDO, NIHSS, PSCI, sMMSE
10  2002 Depressive and anxiety symptoms in the early puerperium are related to increased degradation of tryptophan into kynurenine, a phenomenon which is related to immune activation. IDO, IL-6, LIFR
11  2001 Treatment with interferon-alpha (IFN alpha) of hepatitis C patients induces lower serum dipeptidyl peptidase IV activity, which is related to IFN alpha-induced depressive and anxiety symptoms and immune activation. DPP-IV, HAM-A, IFN-alpha, IL-2, IL-8, MADRS