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essential for maintaining the fundamental life processes

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What Robbins calls the "third generation" of ML strains from ail the major wine bacteria suppliers--Laffort, Lallemand, and Christian Hansen--have been selected for their nonproduction of biogenic amines, along with other desirable performance characteristics.
The presence of the biogenic amines 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) and dopamine (DA) in the nervous systems of crustaceans, including crayfishes, is well established.
Interference of biogenic amines with the measurement of proteins using bicinchoninic acid.
The amounts of biogenic amines in each ink sample were corrected for oxidative loss through the alumina column by a factor of 3.
Determination of biogenic amines (dopamine, noradrenaline and serotonin) was realized by fluorometric technique with application of spectrophotometer MPF-4 (Hitachi, Japan).
Biogenic amines are natural contaminants formed by decarboxylation of amino acids by microorganisms (Preti & Vinci, 2016).
The supplier claims the product should enable winemakers to use little or no sulfur dioxide with less risk of high levels of off-flavors, acetic acid and biogenic amines.
Biogenic amines are naturally found in vegetables and fruits in small quantities while it is formed as the result of fermentation in cheese, wine, and sauerkraut.
Central and peripheral nervous system functions depend on normal synaptic transmission, which is mediated by a variety of neurotransmitters, including the biogenic amines (the catecholamines dopamine, norepinephrine, epinephrine, serotonin, histamine; Eisenhofer 2004; Rothman et al.
Leksina for her work on express, high-precision and selective methods of voltammetric and amperometric detection of biogenic amines with chemically modified electrodes.
They discuss animal models; the relationship between depression, pain, and inflammation, including neuroinflammatory mechanisms; the role of cytokines in neuropathic pain and associated depression; the role of biogenic amines and the amino acids GABA and glutamate in pain and depression; the role of supraspinal transient receptor potential subfamily V member 1 (TRPV1) in pain and psychiatric disorders; the involvement of neuroactive steroids in pain, depression, and anxiety; visceral pain and psychiatric disorders; the role of genetic and epigenetic mechanisms; emotional and cognitive influences on pain experience; and generalized anxiety disorder and pain.
Snake venom is a complex mixture of protein, glycoproteins, lipids and biogenic amines, such as histamine, serotonin and neuro-transmitters (catecholamines and acetylcholine) (Klaassen, 2008) which has both enzymatic and non-enzymatic action on tissue.
Administration of biogenic amines to Saanen kids: Effects on growth performance, meat quality and gut histology.
Methylphenidate (Ritalin[R], Concerta[R]) increases the release of biogenic amines, primarily norepinephrine and dopamine in the cerebral cortex to the reticular activating system (Lilley, Rainforth-Collins, & Snyder, 2014; Skidmore-Roth, 2015).