trimethylamine


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Related to trimethylamine: Trimethylamine oxide, Trimethylamine N-oxide

trimethylamine

(traɪˈmɛθɪləˌmiːn)
n
(Chemistry) a colourless, flammable liquid with a strong, fishy odour
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In addition, these increases in permeability allow higher absorption of protein fermentation (putrification) products such as indole from tryptophan, phenol from tyrosine and phenylalanine, and trimethylamine from choline and carnitine (Rossi, 2014).
11] investigated the hydrothermal conversion of PEN in aqueous amine (methylamine, dimethylamine, and trimethylamine) solution, and demonstrated that the total yields of both monomers with trimethylamine (97.
The optical engine was fueled by methane uniformly premixed with 4000 ppm of trimethylamine, N[(C[H.
This leads to a statistically significant increase of the total coagulation potential toward hypercoagulation - the trimethylamine indicator reduced by 33.
The results showed that aspartate, betaine, choline, cysteine, ethanol, and threonine were increased over 2-fold in the muscle; propionate and trimethylamine were increased over 2-fold in the plasma; and alanine, glycerol, inosine, lactate, and pyruvate were increased over 2-fold and acetoacetate, arginine, citrulline, creatine, glutamine, glutarate, hippurate, lysine, methionine, phenylacetylglycine, taurine, trigonelline, trimethylamine, and trimethylamine N-oxide were decreased below 0.
Hypoxanthine, uridine, and trimethylamine N-oxide were also detected.
30] investigated the effects of gut microbial-dependent trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO) in patients with CKD.
Trimethylamine (a fishy odor), 2-methylpropanal (a malty, dark chocolate odor), 3-methylbutanal (a malty, dark chocolate odor), acetic acid (a sour odor), propanoic acid (a cheesy odor), 2-methylpropanoic acid (a cheesy odor), butanoic acid (a cheesy odor), 3-methylbutanoic acid (cheesy, sweaty odors) and methional (a cooked potato odor) had the highest odor activity values--greater than 100.
Upon further heating, these break down to form methyl esters of the acids and trimethylamine.
The "drunkenness" referred to in the title comes from eating the flesh of the Greenland shark, which contains compounds used in the nerve gas trimethylamine oxide.
persica extracts contain important phytochemicals like vitamin C, salvadorine, salvadourea, alkaloids, trimethylamine, cyanogenic glycosides, tannins, saponins and salts mostly as chlorides (Alali et al.