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enzyme that acts as a catalyst in converting histidine to histamine

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Measurement of inflammatory mediators and diamine oxidase
Diamine oxidase is responsible for extracellular deactivation of histamine such as dietary histamine.
Pea diamine oxidase was isolated from 7- day-old etiolated seedlings following a published procedure [22].
Diamine oxidase (DAO) level was measured in serum samples using a rat specific ELISA kit following manufacturer's instructions.
Purification and properties of pea cotyledon and embryo diamine oxidase.
Gerdes and Leistner (1979) demonstrated that the diamine oxidase was dehydrogenated cadaverine in B.
In developing the biosensor, they used the enzymes diamine oxidase, monoamine oxidase and plasma amine oxidase as the specific biological recognition compounds in a continuous flow system.
Food and Drug Administration as a new dietary ingredient (NDI), for the first time, the enzyme diamine oxidase (DAO) is available in the United States.
effects of histamine and diamine oxidase activity on pregnancy: a critical review; hum.
After histamine is methylated by HNMT, it is further metabolized by diamine oxidase or monoamine oxidase-B (MAO-B) (Maintz & Novak, 2001).
Diamine oxidase assay: Diamine oxidase (DAO) activity in plasma was determined using spectrophotometry as described by Hosoda et al.