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Biochemistry of biogenic amines
Leslie L. Iversen
|Statement||Edited by Leslie L. Iversen, Susan D. Iversen, and Solomon H. Snyder.|
|Series||Handbook of psychopharmacology, Section I -- v.3, Handbook of psychopharmacology, Section I -- v. 3.|
|Contributions||Iversen, Susan D., 1940- ed., Snyder, Solomon H., 1938- ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||486 p. :|
|Number of Pages||486|
The basicity of amines depends on: The electronic properties of the substituents (alkyl groups enhance the basicity, aryl groups diminish it). The degree of solvation of the protonated amine, which includes steric hindrance by the groups on nitrogen.; Electronic effects. Owing to inductive effects, the basicity of an amine might be expected to increase with the number of alkyl groups on the amine. This chapter discusses the formation and degradation of biogenic amines, their occurrence in foods, their significance in food safety, their potential use as quality indicators, and the available methods for their determination. The main mechanism of biogenic formation is the decarboxylation of free amino acids by specific enzymes of microbial origin, which leads to the production of amines.
Biogenic amines (BAs) Conclusions References 2 Incidences of Mould and Bacterial Toxins in Dairy Products 19 M.L.Y. Wan, N.P. Shah and H.I. El -Nezami. Background Bacterial toxins Emetic toxin produced by Bacillus cereus Enterotoxins produced by Staphylococcus aureus Therefore, the control of biogenic amines accumulation in foods during processing and storage is a challenge for the food industry. This book reviews origins, biological importance and human health implications of biogenic amines. Chapter One focus on the occurrence of BAs in different foodstuffs and in the correspondent challenges of their.
Biogenic amines (BA) are organic, basic, nitrogenous compounds with biological activity, mainly formed by the decarboxylation of amino acids. BA are present in a wide range of foods, including dairy products, and can accumulate in high concentrations. In some cheeses more than mg of BA have been detected per kilogram of cheese. Several methods exist for isolation, identifying, and determination of biogenic amines in fermented foods. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device : d Rabie, Dr. Hassan, Dr. Sohar.
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Biochemistry of Biogenic Amines. Editors (view affiliations) Leslie L. Iversen; Susan D. Iversen; Solomon H. Snyder; Book. 59 Citations; Search within book. Front Matter.
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ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. Biogenic amines are low molecular weight organic nitrogen compounds. They are formed by the decarboxylation of amino acids or by amination and transamination of aldehydes and ketones during normal metabolic processes in living cells and therefore are ubiquitous in animals, plants, microorganisms, and humans.
In food and beverages, they are formed by the enzymes of raw Cited by: 2. There are five established biogenic amine neurotransmitters: the three catecholamines—dopamine, norepinephrine (noradrenaline), and epinephrine (adrenaline)—and histamine and serotonin (see Figure ).
In terms of synthesis, packaging, release, and degradation, the amine neurotransmitters fall somewhere between the properties of the other small-molecule neurotransmitters and those of the Cited by: 4. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations.
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He had at the Medical download biochemistry of biogenic amines. No, I. This book discusses the physiology, biochemistry, and pharmacology of the biogenic amines. Organized into 39 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of the release of amines, which is implicated in functional disturbances characteristic of different diseases.
A biogenic amine is a biogenic substance with one or more amine groups. They are basic nitrogenous compounds formed mainly by decarboxylation of amino acids or by amination and transamination of aldehydes and ic amines are organic bases with low molecular weight and are synthesized by microbial, vegetable and animal metabolisms.
In food and beverages they are formed. Certain foods contain biogenic amines that can add to the amounts naturally present in the body. High intake of these foods could upset the balance of biogenic amines in the body to cause health problems such as hypotension, hypertension, gastrointestinal distress, headaches and.
Emphasis is placed on amines derived by decarboxylation of α-amino acids in human beings and some of their especially interesting metabolites.
This book consists of four chapters and opens with an overview of biogenic amines and their origin, followed by a discussion on their biochemistry, pharmacology, and pathophysiology. Biogenic amines are low molecular weight organic nitrogen compounds.
They are formed by the decarboxylation of amino acids or by amination and transamination of. Biogenic amines (also known as biologically active amines) are low‐molecular weight organic compounds produced in biological systems by enzymatic decarboxylation of certain amino acids such as histamine and tyrosine.
Examples include dopamine. Biogenic amines (BAs) are low molecular weight organic bases. BAs occurring naturally in living organisms are responsible for a number of vital functions, including (in humans) secretion of gastric acids, controlling body temperature, differentiation and growth of cells, immune reactions, and brain activity.
However, if oversupplied with food, BAs may cause food poisoning and produce. Explore the latest publications in the niche of Biogenic Amines & Medical Biochemistry.
Biogenic amines (BAs) are low-molecular-mass organic bases that occur in plant- and animal-derived products. BAs in food can occur by free amino acid enzymatic decarboxylation and other metabolic processes.
Usually, in the human body, amines contained in foods are quickly detoxified by enzymes such as amine oxidases or by conjugation; however, in allergic individuals or if monoamine. The stimulus for the study of the biogenic amines in patients with BD was provided by the discovery of effective pharmacologic treatments for depression and mania.
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This volume updates those areas of greatest research activity and introduces in a more complete manner those topics which have developed as subject areas in themselves. The availability of appropriate analytical procedures is of fundamental importance in achieving a holistic understanding of the biochemistry and physiology of biogenic amines in animals.
Ideally, the analytical procedure should provide sensitive quantitation of specific compounds and should permit routine processing of relatively large numbers. Biochemistry of Brain is a collection of articles dealing with the developments in the biochemistry of the brain.
This book gives a comprehensive and critical discussion of important developments in studies concerning the above subject. This text discusses the structure, function, and metabolism of glycosphingolipids, which are related to the.
analysis of biogenic amines and their precursor free amino acids in mahi-mahi (coryphaena hippurus). Journal of Food Biochemistry26 (2), DOI: /jtbx. Amines, including biogenic amines, are produced in cheese by enzymatic decarboxylation of free amino acids (Joosten and Stadhouders, ).
Although amines are thought to be important contributors to cheese flavor, some may cause bitterness (Ney, ). Biogenic Amine Formation in Food. Not all biogenic amines have toxic effects and toxicity can vary based on the person or animal affected.
Some amines are found naturally in human foods, including meat, fish, cheese, wine, beer and fermented foods. 1 However, high levels of biogenic amines in food can indicate microbial spoilage. 5.Biogenic amines (BA) are biomolecules of low molecular weight with organic basic functionalities (amine group) that are formed by the microbial decarboxylation of amino acids of fermented food/beverages.
Hence BAs are an important indicator in estimating the freshness and quality of meat, seafood, and indust.