biogenic amine

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biogenic amine

n.
Any of a group of naturally occurring, biologically active amines, many of which are neurotransmitters, including norepinephrine, dopamine, and serotonin.
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Biogenic amines can provoke allergic reactions in some people, leading to nausea, headaches and other symptoms, and alcohol amplifies the effects.
The present study evaluated the changes of sensorial paremeters, microbiological examinations (aerobic mesophiles, psychrotrophs and histamine-producers bacteria) and formation of biogenic amines in three lots: I (june), II (july) and III (november) of sardine (Sardinella aurita).
Biogenic amines function as neurotransmitters in a wide array of animals (Werman, 1966; Gerschenfeld, 1973; Fingerman, 1985).
Multidetection semiquantitative method for determining biogenic amines in foods.
However, sucrose and detergents, biogenic amines, chlorpromazine, penicillins, vitamin C, paracetamol, hydrogen peroxides, or any compound that can reduce [Cu.
Biogenic amines in the ink were detected electrochemically with an ESA Coulochem (Model 5100A; 5021 conditioning cell; 5011 analytical cell) in the reductive mode (Gomez-Nino et al.
Also, the resulting wine is less likely to contain biogenic amines, which are produced by the bacterial malolactic fermentation and which can have negative health effects.
Issuing from the above said, we put forward a goal of studying degree of maturity of food-seeking and defensive tasks as well as dynamics of free dicarboxylic amino acids, GABA and biogenic amines in the brain of sturgeon juveniles, bred by different methods, and of wild juveniles, caught in the river, depending on the dwelling conditions and age.