Improved screening procedure for biogenic amine
production by lactic acid bacteria.
Influence of technological practices on biogenic amine
contents in red wines.
Future studies will be needed to provide a more clear understanding of the roles of MAO-A and MAO-B in the cellular and molecular mechanisms linking biogenic amine
metabolism and ROS generation to accelerated cardiovascular disease progression in ageing.
Nevertheless, increased contents of dietary amines tend to reduce dry matter intake (Van Os et al., 1995), nitrogen degradability in the rumen of steers, particularly by the biogenic amine
(BA) putrescine (Dawson and Mayne, 1997), have negative effects on visceral organs and meat quality (Fusi et al., 2004) of ruminants, hence it has been considered disadvantageous.
Characterization of wines through the biogenic amine
contents using chromatographic techniques and chemometric data analysis.
Screening of biogenic amine
production by lactic acid bacteria isolated from grape must and wine.
The presence of this biogenic amine
(5-HT) was demonstrated in this immunohistochemical study.
Anchovies are associated with scombroid-poisoning due to biogenic amine
contents such as histamine, putrescine and cadaverine.
Histamine is a biogenic amine
(sometimes referred to as a vasoactive amine) that, in mammals, is produced primarily by the action of the enzyme histidine decarboxylase on the amino acid histidine.
2005), and biogenic amine
has been related closely to a protostress response (Ottaviani & Franceschi 1996).