Gut microbiota as a source of GAA

ABL paper in Medical Hypotheses

Guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) is an important intermediate in energy metabolism, acting as a precursor of creatine. Mainly synthesized by the human kidney, liver and pancreas, GAA might be produced by the gut microbiota as well. This has been discussed in our new paper published today in Medical Hypotheses. Check this out via the link.