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Trp

Symbol for tryptophan and its radicals.
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tryptophan

An essential amino acid, which is a key building block in protein biosynthesis. It is a precursor for serotonin (a neurotransmitter) and niacin (a B vitamin).

Dietary sources
Milk, sesame seeds, soy beans, spirulina, sunflower seeds, cashews.
 
Fringe nutrition
Tryptophan has been promoted for its alleged ability to induce sleep, and as an antidepressint.
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Trp

Abbreviation for tryptophan and its radicals.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

Trp

abbrev. TRYPTOPHAN.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005

Trp

Abbreviation for tryptophan.
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Evolution of TRP channels inferred by their classification in diverse animal species.
In group 2, serum IL-6 levels negatively correlated with Trp levels (r=-0.444, p=0.034) and positively correlated with Kyn/Trp levels (r=0.581, p = 0.004) (Figure 2).
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In the in-silico three dimensional (3D) model of pneumolysin (PLY), cysteine of this conserved region is present at position 428 and is in hydrophobic contact with Ala 373 and Trp 436 of the conserved region.
In the context of inflammation conditions, Trp degrades quickly to QA, and QA and 3-hydroxybutyrate kynurenine have the potential to induce the selective cell death in vitro of TH1 and not TH2 cells.
TDO regulates serotonin synthesis by different mechanisms such as conditional availability of circulating free TRP (non-protein bound) to the brain, either the TDO activity increased or decreased, direct inhibition of cerebral uptake of TRP by metabolites, especially levels of KYN that are increased following TDO activation [24].
As part of its continuous investment programme, the Wele LB421 will be installed at TRP's Hereford facility in a purpose-refurbished toolroom.
TRP is a privately owned company has an annual turnover in excess of [pounds sterling]25 million (€32 million), and exports 95% of its products.
When lysozyme is exposed to the low pH solution, the protein conformation changes and exposes the Trp and Tyr amino acids to a different environment.
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Separation was achieved by a mobile phase containing methanol (14%), octyl sodium sulfate (0.023%) and ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) (0.0035%) in 0.1 M phosphate buffer at pH 2.9 at an operating pressure of 2000-3000 pounds per square inch on Schimadzu LEC 6A detector at an operating potential 1.0 V for TRP.
[C.sub.i] and [C.sub.f] represent the initial and final Trp concentrations in the solution, V the solution volume, and m the weight of dry membrane.