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Parkinson's disease is associated with gastrointestinal tract dysfunction, where constipation is reported as the most common gastrointestinal symptom. Aromatic bacterial metabolites are attracting considerable attention due to their application on gut homeostasis and host's physiology. Clostridium sporogenes is a key contributor to the production of these bioactive metabolites in the human gut. Here, we show that C. sporogenes effectivelys deaminate non-proteinogenic aromatic amino acids, suchdoi:10.1101/2020.02.13.945717 fatcat:yjrpxwho6bd7lm2svm6ab73ntm