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Carnosine stimulates vimentin expression in cultured rat fibroblasts. (1/24)Two-dimensional electrophoretic gel profiles were compared between rat 3Y1 fibroblasts cultured in the presence and absence of 30 mM L-carnosine (beta-alanyl-L-histidine) for one week without any replenishment of medium. While a number of cellular proteins changed their expression levels by the addition of carnosine, we identified one of the most prominently varied proteins as vimentin. Immunoblot analysis with anti-vimentin antibody demonstrated that the vimentin levels increased about 2-fold after one-week culture in the presence of carnosine. We also confirmed that the increase of vimentin expression was dependent on the concentration of carnosine added to the medium. Moreover, when cultured cells were stained with anti-vimentin antibody and observed by light microscopy, most cells grown in the presence of carnosine were found to have markedly developed vimentin filaments. The increase of vimentin expression was also observed by adding with carnosine related dipeptides, N-acetylcarnosine and anserine. (+info)
Hydrogen peroxide-mediated Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase fragmentation: protection by carnosine, homocarnosine and anserine. (2/24)The fragmentation of human Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase (SOD) was observed during incubation with H(2)O(2). Hydroxyl radical scavengers such as sodium azide, formate and mannitol protected the fragmentation of Cu,Zn-SOD. These results suggested that *OH was implicated in the hydrogen peroxide-mediated Cu,Zn-SOD fragmentation. Carnosine, homocarnosine and anserine have been proposed to act as anti-oxidants in vivo. We investigated whether three compounds could protect the fragmentation of Cu,Zn-SOD induced by H(2)O(2). The results showed that carnosine, homocarnosine and anserine significantly protected the fragmentation of Cu,Zn-SOD. All three compounds also protected the loss of enzyme activity induced by H(2)O(2). Carnosine, homocarnosine and anserine effectively inhibited the formation of *OH by the Cu,Zn-SOD/H(2)O(2) system. These results suggest that carnosine and related compounds can protect the hydrogen peroxide-mediated Cu,Zn-SOD fragmentation through the scavenging of *OH. (+info)
A re-evaluation of the antioxidant activity of purified carnosine. (3/24)The antioxidant activity of carnosine has been re-evaluated due to the presence of contaminating hydrazine in commercial carnosine preparations. Purified carnosine is capable of scavenging peroxyl radicals. Inhibition of the oxidation of phosphatidylcholine liposomes by purified carnosine is greater in the presence of copper than iron, a phenomenon likely to be due to the copper chelating properties of carnosine. Purified carnosine is capable of forming adducts with aldehydic lipid oxidation products. Adduct formation is greatest for alpha,beta-monounsaturated followed by polyunsaturated and saturated aldehydes. While the ability of carnosine to form adducts with aldehydic lipid oxidation products is lower than other compounds such as glutathione, the higher concentrations of carnosine in skeletal muscle are likely to make it the most important molecule that forms aldehyde adducts. Monitoring changes in carnosine concentrations in oxidizing skeletal muscle shows that carnosine oxidation does not occur until the later stages of oxidation suggesting that carnosine may not be as effective free radical scavenger in vivo as other antioxidants like alpha-tocopherol. (+info)
Effect of carnosine and related compounds on the inactivation of human Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase by modification of fructose and glycolaldehyde. (4/24)Glycolaldehyde, an intermediate of the Maillard reaction, and fructose, which is mainly derived from the polyol pathway, rapidly inactivate human Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase (SOD) at the physiological concentration. We employed this inactivation with these carbonyl compounds as a model glycation reaction to investigate whether carnosine and its related compounds could protect the enzyme from inactivation. Of eight derivatives examined, histidine, Gly-His, carnosine and Ala-His inhibited the inactivation of the enzyme by fructose (p<0.001), and Gly-His, Ala-His, anserine, carnosine, and homocarnosine exhibited a marked protective effect against the inactivation by glycolaldehyde (p<0.001). The carnosine-related compounds that showed this highly protective effect against the inactivation by glycolaldehyde had high reactivity with glycolaldehyde and high scavenging activity toward the hydroxyl radical as common properties. On the other hand, the carnosine-related compounds that had a protective effect against the inactivation by fructose showed significant hydroxyl radical-scavenging ability. These results indicate that carnosine and such related compounds as Gly-His and Ala-His are effective anti-glycating agents for human Cu,Zn-SOD and that the effectiveness is based not only on high reactivity with carbonyl compounds but also on hydroxyl radical scavenging activity. (+info)
Protection by carnosine-related dipeptides against hydrogen peroxide-mediated ceruloplasmin modification. (5/24)Carnosine, homocarnosine, and anserine are present in high concentrations in the muscle and brain of many animals and humans. Previous studies showed that these compounds have an antioxidant function. We investigated the protective effects of carnosine and related compounds on the modification of human ceruloplasmin that is induced by H2O2. Carnosine, homocarnosine, and anserine significantly inhibited the fragmentation and inactivation of ceruloplasmin that is induced by H2O2. All three compounds also inhibited the release of copper ion from protein, and the formation of hydroxyl radicals in the ceruloplasmin/H2O2 system. These compounds inhibited the fragmentation of human serum albumin that is induced by the copper-catalyzed oxidation system, as well as by the iron-catalyzed oxidation system. These results suggest that carnosine, homocarnosine, and anserine might protect ceruloplasmin against H2O2-mediated oxidative damage through a combination of copper chelation and free radical scavenging. (+info)
Protective effects of carnosine, homocarnosine and anserine against peroxyl radical-mediated Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase modification. (6/24)Carnosine (beta-alanyl-L-histidine), homocarnosine (gamma-amino-butyryl-L-histidine) and anserine (beta-alanyl-1-methyl-L-histidine) have been proposed to act as anti-oxidants in vivo. The protective effects of carnosine and related compounds against the oxidative damage of human Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase (SOD) by peroxyl radicals generated from 2,2'-azobis(2-amidinopropane) dihydrochloride (AAPH) were studied. The oxidative damage to Cu,Zn-SOD by AAPH-derived radicals led to protein fragmentation, which is associated with the inactivation of enzyme. Carnosine, homocarnosine and anserine significantly inhibited the fragmentation and inactivation of Cu,Zn-SOD by AAPH. All three compounds also inhibited the release of copper ions from the enzyme and the formation of carbonyl compounds in AAPH-treated Cu,Zn-SOD. These compounds inhibited the fragmentation of other protein without copper ion. The results suggest that carnosine and related compounds act as the copper chelator and peroxyl radical scavenger to protect the protein fragmentation. Oxidation of amino acid residues in Cu,Zn-SOD induced by AAPH were significantly inhibited by carnosine and related compounds. It is proposed that carnosine and related dipeptides might be explored as potential therapeutic agents for pathologies that involve Cu,Zn-SOD modification mediated by peroxyl radicals. (+info)
Carnosine and related dipeptides protect human ceruloplasmin against peroxyl radical-mediated modification. (7/24)Ceruloplasmin (CP) is the major plasma antioxidant and copper transport protein. In a previous study, we showed that the aggregation of human ceruloplasmin was induced by peroxyl radicals. We investigated the effects of antioxidant dipeptides carnosine, homocarnosine and anserine on peroxyl radical-mediated ceruloplasmin modification. Carnosine, homocarnosine and anserine significantly inhibited the aggregation of CP induced by peroxyl radicals. When CP was incubated with peroxyl radicals in the presence of three compounds, ferroxidase activity, as measured by the activity staining method, was protected. All three compounds also inhibited the formation of dityrosine in peroxyl radicals-treated CP. The results suggest that carnosine and related compounds act as peroxyl radical scavenger to protect the protein modification. It is proposed that carnosine and related peptides might be explored as potential therapeutic agents for pathologies that involve CP modification mediated by peroxyl radicals generated in the lipid peroxidation. (+info)
Enhanced oligomerization of the alpha-synuclein mutant by the Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase and hydrogen peroxide system. (8/24)The alpha-synuclein is a major component of Lewy bodies that are found in the brains of patients with Parkinson's disease (PD). Also, two point mutations in this protein, A53T and A30P, are associated with rare familial forms of the disease. We investigated whether there are differences in the Cu,Zn-SOD and hydrogen peroxide system mediated-protein modification between the wild-type and mutant alpha-synucleins. When alpha-synuclein was incubated with both Cu,Zn-SOD and H2O2, then the amount of A53T mutant oligomerization increased relative to that of the wild-type protein. This process was inhibited by radical scavenger, spin-trapping agent, and copper chelator. These results suggest that the oligomerization of alpha-synuclein is mediated by the generation of the hydroxyl radical through the metal-catalyzed reaction. The dityrosine formation of the A53T mutant protein was enhanced relative to that of the wild-type protein. Antioxidant molecules, carnosine, and anserine effectively inhibited the wild-type and mutant proteins' oligomerization. Therefore, these compounds may be explored as potential therapeutic agents for PD patients. The present experiments, in part, may provide an explanation for the association between PD and the alpha-synuclein mutant. (+info)
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Neuroprotective effect of carnosine on necrotic cell death in PC12 cells | Semantic Scholar
The nervous tissue of many vertebrates, including humans, can synthesize beta-alanyl-L-histidine (carnosine). The biological functions of carnosine are still open to question, although several theories supported by strong experimental data have been proposed. The objective of this study was to examine the effects of carnosine on neurotoxicity in differentiated rat pheochromocytoma (PC12) cells. Neurotoxicity was induced by N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA), which caused time- and concentration-dependent cell death as measured by MTT and LDH assays. Pretreatment with carnosine significantly prevented the neurotoxicity in a concentration-dependent manner. The protective effect of carnosine was antagonized by the H1 receptor antagonist pyrilamine, but not by the H2 receptor antagonist cimetidine. In addition, alpha-fluoromethylhistidine, a histidine decarboxylase inhibitor, slightly reversed the protective action of carnosine. These results indicate that carnosine can effectively protect against NMDA-induced
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Carnosine (beta-alanyl-L-histidine) is found exclusively in animal tissues. It is a dipeptide of the amino acids beta-alanine and histidine. Carnosine has the potential to suppress many of the biochemical changes (e.g., protein oxidation, glycation, AGE formation, and cross-linking) that accompany aging and associated pathologies (PMID 16804013 ). It is highly concentrated in muscle and brain tissues. Some autistics patients take it as a dietary supplement, and attribute an improvement in their condition to it. Supplemental carnosine may increase corticosterone levels. This may explain the "hyperactivity" seen in autistic subjects at higher doses. Carnosine also exhibits some antioxidant effects. The antioxidant mechanism of carnosine is attributed to its chelating effect against metal ions, superoxide dismutase (SOD)-like activity, ROS and free radicals scavenging ability (PMID 16406688 ...
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Date Published: June 1, 2018 Publisher: JKL International LLC Author(s): Qiong Ding, Kitora Tanigawa, Jun Kaneko, Mamoru Totsuka, Yoshinori Katakura, Etsuko Imabayashi, Hiroshi Matsuda, Tatsuhiro Hisatsune. http://doi.org/10.14336/AD.2017.0809 Abstract In a previously reported double-blind, randomized controlled trial (RCT), we demonstrated that daily supplementation with anserine (750 mg) and carnosine (250 mg) improves brain blood flow and…
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Carnosine is a dipeptide, two amino acids linked together, that is present in all cells, particularly in skeletal muscle and the brain. Carnosine acts to control damage from free radicals, acids and excess metal ions in order to prevent damage to cellular components. Increased concentrations of carnosine in muscle and other cells has been shown to increase endurance by removing byproducts of intense exertion and promote healthy aging by preventing the buildup of wastes.. ...
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Expression profiles of carnosine synthesis-related genes in mice after ingestion of carnosine or β-alanine | Journal of the...
Carnosine (β-alanyl-L-histidine) is a dipeptide abundant in mammalian skeletal muscles [1, 2]. Various physiological actions have been ascribed to carnosine in muscle, including acting as an antioxidant , regulating Ca2+ sensitivity , protecting proteins against glycation by acting as a sacrificial peptide , and preventing the formation of protein-protein cross links by reacting with protein-carbonyl groups . Primarily, carnosine with pH buffering capacity is widely used in the field of sports nutrition . Because the dissociation exponent (pKa) of carnosine is 6.83 [8, 9], it is suggested that carnosine attenuates the reduction in blood pH by a large amount of H+ originating from the dissociation of lactic acid during strenuous exercise, and suppresses a loss of force . At the same time, muscle carnosine contents are positively correlated with high-intensity exercise performance  and fast-twitch muscle fibers . Increase of muscle carnosine predominantly was due to the ...
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Imidazole dipeptides derive their name from the imidazole ring of histidine. Carnosine (beta alanine histidine) is found in skeletal muscles and the brain, where it may be a neurotransmitter. It is hydrolyzed by two isozymes. Cytosolic carnosinase displays a very broad dipeptidase activity but does not hydrolyze anserine or homocarnosine. Serum carnosinase, also found in the cerebrospinal fluid, hydrolyzes carnosine and anserine but hydrolyzes homocarnosine very poorly. Anserine (beta alanine-1-methylhistidine) is normally absent from human tissues and body fluids but may be derived from the diet and is found in patients with serum carnosinase deficiency. Homocarnosine (gamma aminobutyryl histidine) is a brain dipeptide. It is hydrolyzed by serum but not by cytosolic carnosinase. The ...
Physiological role of carnosine in contracting muscle
High-intensity exercise leads to reductions in muscle substrates (ATP, PCr6, and glycogen) and a subsequent accumulation of metabolites (ADP, P, H(+), and Mg(+)) with a possible increase in free radical production. These factors independently and collectively have deleterious effects on muscle, with significant repercussions on high-intensity performance or training sessions. The effect of carnosine on overcoming muscle fatigue appears to be related to its ability to buffer the increased H(+) concentration following high-intensity work. Carnosine, however, has other roles such as an antioxidant, a metal chelator, a Ca(2+) and enzyme regulator, an inhibitor of protein glycosylation and protein-protein cross-linking. To date7comma; only 1 study has investigated the effects of carnosine supplementation (not in pure form) on exercise performance in human subjects and found no improvement in repetitive high-intensity work. Much data has come from in vitro work on animal skeletal muscle fibers or ...
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acids beta-alanine and histidine. It is highly concentrated in muscle and brain tissues.". "Carnosine and carnitine were discovered by Russian chemist V.Gulevich. Researchers in Britain, South Korea, Russia and other countries have shown that carnosine has a number of antioxidant properties that may be beneficial. Carnosine has been proven to scavenge reactive oxygen species (ROS) as well as alpha-beta unsaturated aldehydesformed from peroxidation of cell membrane fatty acids during oxidative stress.". "Carnosine can oppose glycation and it can chelate divalent metal ions. Chronic glycolysis is suspected to accelerate aging. Carnosine was found to inhibit diabetic nephropathy by protecting the podocytes and mesangial cells.". "Carnosine containing products are also used in topical preparations to reduce wrinkles on the skin.". "Some studies have detected beneficial effects of N-acetylcarnosine in preventing and treating cataracts of the eyes; in one of these, ...
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Beta-alanín a L-histidín sú stavebnými jednotkami dipeptidu beta-alanyl-L-histidínu, známeho tiež pod názvom CARNOSINE. Jeho hlavnými úlohami sú podpora uvoľňovania antioxidantov, ničenie voľných radikálov a dokonca môže pôsobiť ako neurotransmiter.. CARNOSINE je dôležitou súčasťou kostrových svalov, je koncentrovaný aj v rýchlych svalových vláknach typu II. Viaže H + a odďaľuje pokles pH, preto umožňuje zvýšiť intenzitu a dĺžku tréningu. Ak teda podporíme tvorbu karnozínu dodaním jeho zložiek špecifickou formulu Scitec beta-alanín 120g zvýšime tým schopnosť svalov odbúrať škodlivú kyselinu mliečnu a zároveň zlepšíme ako regeneráciu organizmu tak aj jeho výkonnosť.. Výhody. ...
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Sugar- and lipid-derived aldehydes are reactive carbonyl species (RCS) frequently used as surrogate markers of oxidative stress in obesity. A pathogenic role for RCS in metabolic diseases of obesity remains controversial, however, partly because of their highly diffuse and broad reactivity and the lack of specific RCS-scavenging therapies. Naturally occurring histidine dipeptides (e.g., anserine and carnosine) show RCS reactivity, but their therapeutic potential in humans is limited by serum carnosinases. Here, we present the rational design, characterization, and pharmacological evaluation of carnosinol, i.e., (2S)-2-(3-amino propanoylamino)-3-(1H-imidazol-5-yl)propanol, a derivative of carnosine with high oral bioavailability that is resistant to carnosinases. Carnosinol displayed a suitable ADMET (absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, and toxicity) profile and was determined to have the greatest potency and selectivity toward α,β-unsaturated aldehydes (e.g., 4-hydroxynonenal, ...
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Alanine also directly affects levels of carnosine in the body. Carnosine is a unique dipeptide that interferes with the glycation process. Levels of carnosine decline with age and carnosine supplements are not readily absorbed. Alanine supplementation is more effective at upgrading stores of carnosine in the body.. A simple definition of glycation is the cross-linking of proteins and sugars to form non-functioning structures in the body. Advanced glycation end-products (AGEs) are formed when sugars react with proteins, such as collagen, an essential component of healthy skin, which comprises up to one-third of the bodys proteins and has a slow turnover rate. AGEs threaten healthy skin by increasing collagen breakdown and reducing collagens regenerative ability. The result is wrinkling and sagging skin. Carnosine effectively prevents glycation from damaging the structure of skin, thus keeping skin firm, elastic and youthful.. Muscle carnosine content is inversely related to age. After the age ...
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The typical effects of beta alanine (BA) supplementation is evident by the results of a new study. The study involved 18 high level rowers who used BA for 7 weeks at a dose of 5 grams a day. Other rowers ingested a placebo for the same amount of time. Before and after supplementation, muscle carnosine levels were measured, and performance was evaluated in a 2000 meter ergometer test. The baseline test showed a strong correlation between muscle carnosine levels in the rowers and speed at various distances. After the BA supplementation, carnosine content increased by 45.3% in the soleus muscle (slow-twitch) and 28.2% in the gastrocnemius muscle (fast-twitch). Performance testing also showed that the BA group was 4.3 seconds faster than the placebo group. Prior to BA, they were 0.3 seconds slower. Muscle carnosine levels was positively correlated to 2000 meter rowing performance. As such, carnosine was able to increase speed in these elite athletes. Strength wasnt measured in the study, although ...
A solution 17O-NMR approach for observing an oxidized cysteine residue in Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase - Chemical Communications ...
Solution 17O-NMR application to biological macromolecules is extremely limited. We describe here 17O-NMR observation of the 17O2-oxidized cysteine side chain of human Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase in solution using selective 17O2 oxidation. 17O-NMR with the aid of 17O-labeling has wide potential to probe the en
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One of the most sought after nutritious supplements to hit the business sector recently has been beta-alanine. Essentially, beta-alanine is an ancestor to the compound carnosine; which, works by "extinguishing" the acidic environment made by working muscles. On the off chance that the cell environment inside of the muscle turns out to be excessively acidic, then the muscle quits working-the hypothesis is that carnosine constricts the onset of an acidic domain permitting you to accomplish more work (lift more weights, run quicker, and so on). As you can envision this has gotten many people in the wellness and execution industry energized, in light of the fact that the more work you can do and weights you can lift, the greater, speedier, and more grounded you can get to be.. Carnosine is one of the synthesized in the body utilizing beta alanine and histidine. Since there is a wealth of free histidine in the circulatory system, taking beta alanine will add to higher carnosine levels in the cells. ...
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Glioblastoma (GBM) is a tumor of the central nervous system. After surgical removal and standard therapy, recurrence of tumors is observed within 6-9 months because of the high migratory behavior and the infiltrative growth of cells. Here, we investigated whether carnosine (β-alanine-l-histidine), which has an inhibitory effect on glioblastoma proliferation, may on the opposite promote invasion as proposed by the so-called
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EXTENDS PERFORMANCE: Carnosine is regarded as one of the most powerful acid-buffering substances known to man. Produced by the body, its stored in cells and released in response to reduced pH. The problem is we produce only enough carnosine to complete day-to-day activities and to extend performance for short periods. Carnosine is composed of two aminos: histidine and, you guessed it, beta-alanine. BETA-ALANINEs specific purpose is to improve and extend performance ...
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Using a double-lumen tube jejunal perfusion system in vivo, the mutual effects of carnosine (beta-alanyl-L-histidine) and glycylglycine on their respective absorption rates have been studied in six Zambian African adults. Data on the effect of the constituent amino-acids of carnosine on glycylglycine absorption rate have similarly been obtained. The solutions infused in each subject contained (A) carnosine (50 mmol l.-1), (B) carnosine (50 mmol l.-1) and glycylglycine (50 mmol l.-1), (C) glycylglycine (50 mmol l.-1), and (D) glycylglycine (50 mmol l.-1), L-histidine (50 mmol l.-1) and beta-alanine (50 mmol l.-1). Glycylglycine produced a significant impairment in the mean rate of histidine absorption from carnosine (P less than 0-01). However, carnosine did not have a significant effect on the mean rate of glycine absorption from glycylglycine. Mean rate of histidine absorption from solution D was significantly higher than that from solution A (P less than 0-01). Mean rate of glycine absorption ...
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The objective of this study was to perform a systematic review and meta-analysis of the articles that addressed the effect BA or carnosine supplementation on physical exercise (PE)-induced oxidative stress (OS). Before May 2018 we searched throughout PubMed, CAPES Periodic and SPORTDiscus human model peer review, randomized control studies with chronic BA or carnosine supplementation on PE-induced OS. A total of 128 citations were found. Only four articles met criteria for inclusion. All four studies used healthy young sedentary, recreationally active or athletic participants. After a chronic BA or carnosine supplementation, the studies evaluated PE-induced OS both immediately and several hours after exercise (0.5 to 48 h). In response to PE-induced OS, when compared to placebo, BA/carnosine supplementation increased total antioxidant capacity [TAC; Effect Size (ES) = 0.35, 95% Confidence Interval (CI) 0.06 to 0.65, p = 0.02] and glutathione (GSH; ES = 0.75, 95% CI 0.32 to 1.19, p = 0.0007)
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Beta-Alanine is a precursor to the amino acid Carnosine, which functions as a lactic acid buffer capable of reducing fatigue in the working muscle. Though it takes time to accumulate in muscle tissue, Beta-Alanine supplementation, for at least two weeks, is highly effective at increasing muscular Carnosine concentration.. One study in particular that measured the Carnosine levels of sprinters found that individuals with higher muscular Carnosine levels exhibited higher power output in the latter half of a 30m sprint (because they had less lactic acid build-up). Multiple studies have confirmed that Beta Alanine supplementation increases muscular Carnosine in a dose dependent manner. In particular, a 2012 study published in "Amino Acids" found that subjects who consumed 1.6 or 3.2 grams of Beta Alanine daily experienced significant increases in muscle Carnosine in as little as two weeks, with the higher dose achieving a higher concentration of Carnosine. The doses used in this study, 1.6 and 3.2g, ...
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hmmm . . . Guess it could. Though perhaps the effects would be less given that we would likely be using lower doses than in the studies?? I think you upset the balance of copper and manganese if you take high dose zinc on more than a short term basis too. Though, for starters all were trying to find out is can zinc reduce our symptoms - then if it did we would want to refine things. Also, unlike ppis, you can get zinc in low dose tablets, so it would be much easier to follow a tapered reducing dose. So perhaps anyone trying it should bear in mind that a rebound is theoretically possible and aim to taper off carefully . . . me thinks ...
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- Anserine (β-alanyl-N-methylhistidine) is a dipeptide containing β-alanine and 1-methylhistidine, which can be found in the skeletal muscle and brain of mammals and birds. (wikipedia.org)
- report in their paper in the Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics that the provision of both, carnosine and its "bird analogue" anserine, which is the major "buffering" dipeptide in bird muscle, will have astonishingly significant beneficial effects on the cognitive functioning and physical capacity of elderly individuals. (blogspot.com)
- carnosine, a dipeptide synthesized from beta-alanine and l -histidine, and its methylated derivatives anserine and ophidine/balenine are known as histidyl dipeptides ( 8 ). (physiology.org)
- The pes anserine bursa is located between the tendons of three muscles (sartorius, gracilis and semi tendinosis) and the broad ligament which runs across the inside of the knee joint. (medicalsubstance.com)
- Anserine bursa is located between the tendons of gracilis, sartorius, and semitendinosus at pes anserinus and TCL. (google.com)
- The Pen anserine bursa serves as a space where movement between the medial hamstrings and the superficial medial collateral ligament takes place. (medicalsubstance.com)
- Active patients are more likely to have acute ligamentous sprains and overuse injuries such as pes anserine bursitis and medial plica syndrome. (aafp.org)
- The pes anserine is on the superior (upper) medial (inner) tibia. (nfpt.com)
- Anserine + Carnosine Supplementation: A Capped Fountain of Cognitive Youth? (blogspot.com)
- In a previously reported double-blind, randomized controlled trial (RCT), we demonstrated that daily supplementation with anserine (750 mg) and carnosine (250 mg) improves brain blood flow and memory function in elderly people. (chromoscience.com)
- Here, we conducted a sub-analysis of MRI data and test scores from the same RCT to determine whether anserine/carnosine supplementation specifically benefits elderly people carrying the APOE e4 allele, which is a risk gene for accelerated brain aging and for the onset of Alzheimer's Disease. (chromoscience.com)
- We collected data from 68 participants aged 65 years or older who received anserine/carnosine supplementation (ACS) or placebo for 12 months. (chromoscience.com)
- Carnosine/anserine supplementation in healthy older adults led to improved performance on a verbal episodic memory task and decreased functional connectivity in PCC and RFPN networks. (hplusmagazine.com)
- There are three pes anserine tendons located on the inside of the knee. (ultrasound-guided-injections.co.uk)
- The pes anserine tendons attach three muscles from the inside of the thigh onto a common insertion point on the inside of the tibia bone (just below the knee joint). (ultrasound-guided-injections.co.uk)
- If the tendons become painful this is known as a pes anserine tendinopathy, whereas an irritated bursa is called a pes anserine bursitis. (ultrasound-guided-injections.co.uk)
- The pes anserine tendons and the bursa are in the same anatomical location and so the symptoms often present quite similarly. (ultrasound-guided-injections.co.uk)
- The Pes Anserine Bursa is a small lubricating sac located between the shinbone (tibia) and three tendons of the hamstrings muscle at the inside of the knee. (dramynrajani.com)
- 46 Quantitative studies of carnosine and anserine in mammalian muscle. (wikipedia.org)
- Anserine and carnosine are water-soluble dipeptides that have antioxidant properties and are found in the skeletal muscle of mammals and fishes. (oregonstate.edu)
- Ritov V.B., Preliminary isolation of carnosine and anserine from muscle tissue by ion-exchange chromatography, Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii, 1974, vol: 20(1), 90-94. (msk.ru)
- Carnosine and anserine homeostasis in skeletal muscle and heart is controlled by β-alanine transamination. (uclouvain.be)
- The concentration of carnosine and anserine in murine skeletal and heart muscle depends on circulating availability of β-alanine, which is in turn controlled by degradation of β-alanine in liver and kidney. (uclouvain.be)
- What Three Muscle Groups make up the Pes Anserine? (studystack.com)
- Both US and MRI cross-sectional modalities were used to detect, localize, and characterize a soft tissue mass, ultimately found to be secondary to gouty inflammation of the pes anserine bursa , a previously unrecognized manifestation of acute gout. (thefreedictionary.com)
- Pes anserine bursitis is the medical term for inflammation of the pes anserine bursa in the knee. (mmarmedical.com)
- Inflammation of the pes anserine bursa may lead to inner knee pain. (medicalnewstoday.com)
- Inflammation of the bursa at the inner side of the knee (anserine area) can cause pes anserine bursitis. (medicinenet.com)
- Pes Anserine Bursitis: An Underdiagnosed Cause of Knee Pain in Overweight Women. (medscape.com)
- 24% to 34% of patients with type 2 diabetes who report knee pain are found to have pes anserine bursitis. (moveforwardpt.com)
- The goals of this case report are to identify the frequency of PATB in overweight mature women who present with severe knee pain, and to determine the effectiveness of treatment with a steroid injection into the pes anserine region. (practicalpainmanagement.com)
- Painful Pes Anserine Bursitis Following Total Knee Replacement Surgery: Two cases. (medscape.com)
- In 1937, Eli Moshkowitz, MD, described a painful knee condition in overweight women who were tender in the pes anserine region and not on the joint line. (practicalpainmanagement.com)
- 15 Two studies in which ultrasound was utilized on patients with painful knee OA found an incidence of pes anserine bursitis in 8 and 20%, respectively. (practicalpainmanagement.com)
- The pKa of the imidazole ring of histidine, when contained in anserine, is 7.04, making it an effective buffer at physiologic pH. (wikipedia.org)
- N-methyltransferase that catalyzes the formation of anserine (beta-alanyl-N(Pi)-methyl-L-histidine) from carnosine. (uniprot.org)
- Anserine, a methylated derivative of carnosine (beta-alanyl-L-histidine), is an abundant constituent of vertebrate skeletal muscles. (uniprot.org)
- Histidine-containing dipeptides like carnosine and anserine have protective functions in both health and disease. (mendeley.com)
- X. Examination of β - aspartyl-L-histidine as a precursor for carnosine and anserine. (springer.com)
- Carnosine, homocarnosine and anserine were found to be present in rat quadriceps, gastrocnemius, and pectoral muscles, and in spinal cord and brain. (bl.uk)
- Carnosine, homocarnosine and anserine were shown to have no effect on hexokinase, phosphofructokinase, α-oxoglutarate, NAD + -isocitrate dehydrogenase and pyruvic dehydrogenase. (bl.uk)
- Pes anserine bursitis is most common in young individuals involved in sporting activities and in obese, middle-aged women. (medscape.com)
- Women, especially if they are middle-aged and obese, can develop pes anserine bursitis. (mmarmedical.com)
- Anserine bursitis is particularly common in those who are obese . (medicinenet.com)
- The objective of this research was to determine the concentration of anserine and carnosine in surimi wash water (SWW) at all stages of surimi processing, and undertake preliminary methods to remove and concentrate the two dipeptides and study the effect of surimi wash water extract on color. (oregonstate.edu)
- Of 273 patients with nonarticular conditions, infrapatellar, prepatellar, or pes anserine bursitis was found in 35 patients. (medscape.com)
- Pes anserine bursitis can also be found in conjunction with other knee conditions and injuries, such as a meniscal tear or Osgood-Schlatter disease. (mmarmedical.com)
- The pen anserine bursa is found at the top of the shin bone and just underneath the knee joint on the inside of the shin. (medicalsubstance.com)