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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

New FMO3 paper from Japan



FMO3 research is always of interest to the blog, given that it is the enzyme that neutralizes trimethylamine in humans, and also deals with 1,000s of other smelly compounds (which contain a sulfur, nitrogen or phosphate).

The abstract does not contain much information on the paper, so it is unknown how significant the paper is. Presumably it is only more 'proof' of previous research. It is of interest that they mention 9 'novel' TMAU cases were diagnosed amongst self-reported volunteers, probably indicating how the problem is underestimated, given the current list of 'FMO3 DNA baddies'.


This Japanese lab, Laboratory of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics, Showa Pharmaceutical University, has a history of Trimethylaminuria research and testing, and perhaps Japanese members of the community would be able to test for TMAU there in Japan.

この日本語研究室、研究室薬物動態、昭和薬科大学、そして社会の、おそらく日本のメンバーTMAUのため、日本でテストすることができるだろうTMAU研究の歴史があります。

http://www.shoyaku.ac.jp/j-home/01kenkyu/lab/doutai/index.html

Update:

It does look as if this university lab does do the TMAU urine test. Here is the Professor's own website :

Trimethylamine testing website in Japanese
Japanese TMAU test site in google-translation to English
Professor Yamazaki's TMAU website in google-translation
日本語トリメチルアミン尿症のテストサイト
教授山崎昭和大学トリメチルアミン尿症のウェブサイト

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