putrescine


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a colorless crystalline ptomaine with a foul odor that is produced in decaying animal matter

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Gamma-aminobutyric acid (4-aminobutyric acid) (GABA) and putrescine (1,4-diaminobutane) (Put) are considered as an important compounds available in biological system [1].
Out of the 44 strains investigated, more than 60% of the strains were able to produce histamine, in a range of concentrations between 1.0 to 33 mg/L, and about 16% showed the additional capability to form both putrescine and cadaverine.
Physiological responses of wheat plant to foliar treatments with arginine or putrescine. Aust.
Caption: Figure 5: Transcriptional response after lethal imipenem exposure is associated with key metabolites entering the TCA pathway via increased expression of glutamate/y-aminobutyrate (GABA) catabolic pathways: transaminase pathway of putrescine degradation (section 1, lines 1-5), glutamylated putrescine pathway of putrescine degradation (section 2, lines 6- 11), arginine degradation pathway to glutamate (section 3, lines 12-16), histidine degradation pathway to glutamate (section 4, lines 17-25), and glutamate flux to TCA, including the GABA shunt operon (section 5, lines 26-32).
Swinny, "Pre- or post-harvest applications of putrescine and low temperature storage affect fruit ripening and quality of 'Angelino' plum," Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, vol.
Putrescine (Put), spermidine (Spd), and spermine (Spm) are polyamines.
They adjust the materials translocation such as spermine, putrescine and spermidine and carbon source of roots supply as muciliageneus substance to the bacteria [17].
Microbial growth and metabolism is a major cause of fish spoilage which produce amines, biogenic amines such as putrescine, histamine and cadaverine, organic acids, sulphides, alcohols, aldehydes and ketones with unpleasant and unacceptable off-flavors [30].
The importance of human intestinal diamine oxidase in the oxidation of histamine and/or putrescine. Arch Immunol Ther Exp (Warsz) 1980; 28: 901-6.
Contract awarded for 3500 - biolure (trimethylamine, putrescine ammonium acetate), for attraction of fruit flies in slow release membranes, conh term in the field between 90 and 120 days
Such a molecule would be able to bind to compounds produced by rotting meat with such evocative names as cadaverine and putrescine, and increase its electrical resistance as a result.
The final enzyme preparation showed a specific activity of 42 Umg-1 determined by the guaiacol spectrophotometric method with putrescine as a substrate [23].
Polyamines like spermine, spermidine and putrescine were detected in elevated concentrations in urine in cases of a rapid regeneration of cells of certain tissue.
The serum-free media contained 7.5 mM glucose, 5 [micro]g/mL insulin, 16.1 [micro]g/mL putrescine, 10% bovine serum albumin, 3.7mg/mL NaHC[O.sub.3], 5.2 mg/L [Na.sub.2]Se[O.sub.3], and 3.6 mg/mL HEPES in minimum essential medium as described [21, 23, 24].