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Demartini, James. Linden, James. Yang, Raymond. Benjamin, Stephen. Inman Leflet, Janice. These data suggest that TAAR1 may have a modulatory down-regulatory role in trace aminergic signalling, but that this effect may be dependent on nature of receptors with which heterodimers are formed upon ligand binding. The importance of the trace aminergic system as a multipronged role player, which effects many sites, is visually represented in Fig. Altered trace aminergic homeostasis as a potential aetiological factor in IBS pathogenesis. The predominant risk factor promoting altered trace aminergic signalling in the GIT is functional microbial dysbiosis, which varies TA load. This altered signalling is gender dependent, and results in functional consequences, which manifest as clinical IBS symptoms.

Turning attention back now to the female predominance in IBS, it is important to consider whether trace aminergic signalling also shows gender-dependence, as this may impact on not only drug discovery, but also patient management. In healthy individuals the actions of the estrobolome increases intestinal reabsorption of estrogens, while in dysbiotic conditions this is reduced [ 9 ]. Similarly, the microgenderome can also modulate 5-HT signaling as discussed earlier and interestingly again do so via estrogens. As such, the effect that altered trace aminergic signalling could have on 5-HT release and action, could be predetermined by lifelong exposure to and priming by E2. Indeed, in a study by Liberles and Buck [ ] murine TAAR5 was reported to respond strongly to extremely diluted urine from male mice, but not female mice or prepubescent males.

Furthermore, isoamylamine in male urine is reported to act as a pheromone, fast-tracking the onset of puberty in female mice [ ]. Thus, by utilizing mTAAR5, mice could theoretically determine the gender and sexual status of other mice, which suggest that at least some mTAARs detect social cues [ 94 , ] that may stimulate certain behaviours or physiological responses. While this study has not been replicated in humans, we are of the opinion that altered trace aminergic signalling as reported in modern chronic diseases may be the result of altered gender dynamics.

This of course remains to be confirmed, as this may have far-reaching implications for disease preventative strategies in IBS-high risk populations. Nevertheless, the little available data suggest that amount and distribution of at least some TA within a host are gender or even sexual status specific, which may have implications for diseases in which onset parallels the onset of puberty, such as IBS.

Another link between gender and altered TA homeostasis is chronic psychological stress. According to several studies, elevated PEA levels in urine correlated with increased stress and stress response, in both humans and rodents [ 65 , 92 , , ]. Typically, it was thought that women are more vulnerable to life stress [ , ], and are more prone to depression, anxiety and somatization than men [ 2 , 25 , 49 ]. Women also seem to present with exaggerated IBS symptoms when stressed [ 98 ]. In addition, gender-related differences in the prevalence of depression becomes apparent after menarche and continued until peri-menopause [ 93 ], which parallels IBS symptom peak onset.

These studies, along with several more recent studies, report evidence for sexual dimorphism in stress response in the context of IBS [ , , ]. However, the link between chronic stress and increased urinary PEA levels is less clear, although limited research to date does again point to an estrogen link in this context. Interestingly, in a study investigating the relationship of urinary PEA levels and personality traits MMPI in healthy individuals, reported that males had lower PEA levels [ ], a finding that had previously also been reported [ ]. Although concrete mechanisms and IBS specific data is lacking, current data supports an interpretation in favour of a gender dependence in trace aminergic signalling. As such, fluctuations of especially female reproductive hormones may alter trace aminergic signalling.

Given the comprehensive body of literature that already exist on female reproductive hormone replacement therapy, it may be possible to expand on the manipulation of hormone levels for therapeutic effect in IBS. This option warrants further research in this context. From the literature reviewed here, both female reproductive hormones especially E2 and TA potentially modulate EC cell functioning.

While no studies have directly explored the role of an altered trace aminergic system in patients with IBS, it is eluded to. In terms of proposed mechanisms, dyshomeostasis of the trace aminergic system may result in altered colonic ion secretion, hyperreactivity of the immune system and fluctuations of 5-HT levels causing aberrant 5-HT signalling. While disruption of trace aminergic homeostasis may occur due to TAAR polymorphisms or increased TA supply due to changes in diet, functional microbial dysbiosis seems to be the predominant risk factor.

Aberrant trace aminergic functioning can result in altered leukocyte differentiation, activation and chemotaxis, all while microbes more efficiently adhere to and infiltrate intestinal epithelium. The ensuing pro-inflammatory state of the gut could manifest in the symptomology clinically prevalent in IBS. As such, we suggest that microbial-derived TA and the functional consequences perpetuated by the trace aminergic system should be considered aetiological factors in the pathogenesis of IBS.

Furthermore, since an altered trace aminergic system results in fluctuations of intestinal 5-HT, which is already targeted for modulation by current medications for IBS, then it is feasible to suggest that TAARs be considered targets for future therapeutic action, with the specific focus of reducing oxidative stress and inflammation. In conclusion, the microgenderome concept may explain, at least in part, the gender bias observed in many chronic inflammatory conditions. The notion of host-intrinsic factors, which are reinforced and manipulated by commensal bacteria, could underpin the relationship between an altered trace aminergic homeostasis and female predominance in IBS.

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