Abstract

There is mounting evidence that there exists a connection between abnormal tryptophan metabolism and neurodegenerative diseases. The relationship between tryptophan and kynurenines in 48 age-matched normal and Alzheimer’s disease human brain tissues was investigated using label-free fluorescence spectroscopy.

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