tyramine


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amino acid derived from tyrosine

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Early in 1909 [6], Barger isolated tyramine from ergot, and pointed out that it had the similar function of the adrenaline towards blood pressure and uterine.
Desipramine, a potent norepinephrine transporter (NET) inhibitor, blocks the entry of tyramine into cells by NET, thereby preventing hypertensive events in animal models of tyramine overexposure.
The eight studied amines were putrescine (PUT), cadaverine (CAD), histamine (HIM), tyramine (TYM), serotonin (SRT), agmatine (AGM), spermidine (SPD) and phenylethylamine (PEM).
Thus, inhibition studies were performed only under conditions reaching maximal oxidation velocity, that is, corresponding to the use of tyramine or benzylamine isotopic dilutions giving 1 mM final concentration and reaching approximately 640000 dpm/50 [micro]L for [[sup.
On the other hand, tyramine infusion has been shown to increase pH and isovalerate proportion in rumen fluid Tveit et al.
The most common biogenic amines found in foods are histamine, tyramine, cadaverine, 2-phenylethylamine, spermine, sperm idi ne, putrescine, tryptamine, and agmatine.
Although no information in Brazilian legislation on the safe levels of bioactive amines ingestion is available, it is already known that the consumption of great amounts of histamine, tyramine and phenylethylamine may have toxic effects on humans.
Formation of histamine and tyramine by some lactic acid bacteria in MRS broth and modified decarboxylation agar.
Typical food culprits to beware of are chocolate, certain cheeses, caffeine, alcohol, foods containing an additive called Tyramine, wheat, corn, milk, eggs and sugar.
According to PubMed Health database of the US National Library of Medicine, certain foods like avocado, food containing monosodium glutamate (MSG) and tyramine (red wine, chicken liver) can trigger migraines.
If a person ingests other types of amines, such as tyramine or amphetamines, there is an abrupt increase in the release of neurotransmitters that may cause dangerous adverse effects.
luteus, later) contains an amine oxidase specific for tyramine when it grows on nutrient medium.
Tyramine, an amine compound found naturally in some foods, can cause blood vessels to dilate, which can begin the cascade towards a migraine in some people.
Ham contains tyramine (a natural substance in preserved foods) and nitrates, which both increase blood flow to the brain, triggering pain.