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a compound derived from ammonia by replacing hydrogen atoms by univalent hydrocarbon radicals

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Influence of technological practices on biogenic amine contents in red wines.
Occurrence of biogenic amine forming bacteria in cured fishery products of Thoothukkudi region of Tamil Nadu, India.
Biogenic amine concentration (mM) at 48 h during in vitro rumen fermentation using different ratios of soybean meal and soluble starch Amines Soybean meal:soluble starch ratio Control 10:0 7:3 Histamine 0.
The importance of analyzing biogenic amines arises from their pharmacological properties and toxicological aspects and also because they may be indicators of food quality since their occurrence is normally associated with inadequate sanitary conditions during vinification (SILLA-SANTOS, 1996; PEREIRA et al.
Improved screening procedure for biogenic amine production by lactic acid bacteria.
Thyroid gland has neural crest derivatives that synthesize and release the biogenic amine serotonin (5-HT) as well as the hormone calcitonin (BERND et al.
According to Kucerova, et al [15], biogenic amine at production on network fishes out by bacterias of Bacillus, Pseudomonas, Lactobacillus, Pediococcus, Proteus, Streptococus, Salmonella, Escherichia coli, Photobacterium, Klebsiella, and Hafnia one that result histidin decarboxylase's enzyme.
2005), and biogenic amine has been related closely to a protostress response (Ottaviani & Franceschi 1996).
The genetics of biogenic amine metabolism, sclerotization, and melanization in Drosophila melanogaster.
Baixas-Nogueras S, Bover-Cid S, Veciana-Nogues MT, Marine-Font A and MC Vidal-Carou Biogenic Amine Index for Freshness Evaluation in Iced Mediterranean Hake (Merluccius merluccius), Journal of Food Protection 2005; 68 (11): 2433-2438.
Hyaluronic acid contains glucuronic acid (GlcUA), a representative biogenic carboxylic, and GlcNAc, a representative biogenic amine.
Neurochemistry and defects of biogenic amine neurotransmitter metabolism.
Further, the biogenic amine theory of depression, used to rationalize the use of these agents, is just that--a theory.
They've also been able to characterize 145 of them, including such attributes as their proteolytic and lipolytic activities, flavor development and biogenic amine production.