Table 4

Median values and ranges of the relative concentration (‰) of organic compounds of faecal and urine samples from treated celiac disease (T-CD) children and non-celiac children (HC) as determined by 1H nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy analysis

Chemical class

Treated celiac disease (T-CD) children

Non-celiac children (HC)


Median

Range

Median

Range

Faeces

Tryptophane

1.13a

0.29 - 1.38

0.68b

0.19 - 1.33

Proline

2.74a

0 - 19.68

1.87b

0.71 - 6.47

Trimethylamine-N-ox

3.36a

1.16 - 11.60

1.82b

0.46 - 10.94

Histidine

5.56a

3.05 - 19.95

2.89b

0.93 - 11.03

Asparagine

2.01a

1.02 - 2.75

1.21b

0.51 - 2.17

Tyramine

2.81a

1.34 - 3.21

1.88b

0.74 - 7.87

Methionine

1.78a

0.99 - 3.30

1.50a

0.64 - 2.06

Urines

Carnosine

0.28b

0.12 - 0.48

0.43a

0.22 - 1.37

Glucose

14.66b

4.80 - 31.00

19.76a

15.33 - 53.73

Creatinine

38.51a

15.83 - 83.23

21.31b

10.40 - 61.80

Methylamine

1.45a

0.80 - 7.72

0.93b

0.32 - 2.36

Glutamine

4.05b

1.72 - 8.03

5.65a

3.14 - 8.55

Lysine-Arginine

8.96a

4.07 - 25.72

7.10b

5.59 - 11.08

Ornithine

1.87a

0.09 - 23.40

1.17a

1.03 - 2.08

3-Methyl-2-oxobutanoic acid

1.84b

1.12 - 2.60

2.35a

1.63 - 2.78


Data are the means of three independent experiments (n = 3) for each children.

a-bMeans within a row with different superscript letters are significantly different (P < 0.05).

Di Cagno et al. BMC Microbiology 2011 11:219   doi:10.1186/1471-2180-11-219

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