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Biogenic amines and related compounds

National Research Council. Committee on Specifications and Criteria for Biochemical Compounds. Subcommittee on Biogenic Amines and Related Compounds.

Biogenic amines and related compounds

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Published by National Academy of Sciences in Washington .
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  • Amines -- Tables

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    StatementSubcommittee on Biogenic Amines and Related Compounds, Committee on Specifications and Criteria for Biochemical Compounds, Assembly of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, National Research Council.
    ContributionsNational Research Council. Committee on Specifications and Criteria for Biochemical Compounds.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD431.7 .N37 1977
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 20 p. :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4561023M
    ISBN 100309026016
    LC Control Number77072355

    VMAT2 - Expressed at vesicular membrane, picks up Serotonin, dopamine, or nroepinephrine - Can be a target for old anti-hypertensive drugs (produced severe depression in patients -- causes a depletion of biogenic amines -- if a biogenic amine doesn't have access via a transporter to the vesicular compartment, it will be degraded). Biochemical analysis is a rapidly expanding field and is a key component of modern drug discovery and research. Methods of Biochemical Analysis provides a periodic and authoritative review of the latest achievements in biochemical analysis. Founded in by Professor David Glick, Methods of Biochemical Analysis provides a timely review of the latest developments in . Following vesicular release, the biogenic amine neurotransmitters, norepinephrine (), dopamine and serotonin (), are removed from the extracellular space by selective and pharmacologically distinct transport transporters, abbreviated NET, DAT and SERT, respectively, are of particular clinical interest because they are the molecular targets for many antidepressants . amine meaning: 1. any of a group of substances formed from ammonia by replacing hydrogen atoms with a group of. Learn more.


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Biogenic amines and related compounds by National Research Council. Committee on Specifications and Criteria for Biochemical Compounds. Subcommittee on Biogenic Amines and Related Compounds. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Biogenic Amines There are five established biogenic amine neurotransmitters: the three catecholamines— dopamine, norepinephrine (noradrenaline), and epinephrine (adrenaline) —and histamine and serotonin (see Figure ).Cited by: 4.

Subcommittee on Biogenic Amines and Related Compounds, Committee on Specifications and Criteria for Biochemical Compounds, Assembly of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, National Research Council.

Specifications and Criteria for Biochemical Compounds: Supplement: Biogenic Amines and Related Compounds Get This Book MyNAP members save. Biogenic amines (BAs) and polyamines are low-molecular nitrogenous compounds involved in a variety of physiological processes. Whereas BAs (e.g.

histamine, cadaverine, tyramine, phenylethylamine) are typically formed by degradation of amino acids, the formation of polyamines (e.g. spermidine, spermine) is an active synthesis process. Other biogenic amines commonly found in foods are tyramine, putrescine and cadaverine and to a lesser extent β-phenylethylamine and tryptamine [ 3, 4, 6 ].

These amines are all synthesised by the microbial decarboxylation of their corresponding precursor amino acids [ 7 ].Cited by: 4.

Journal was founded by Professor H. Parvez inis a peer-reviewed, international interdisciplinary journal integrating the publication of all aspects of research on biogenic amines and amino acid transmitters, their relating compounds and their interacting journal fulfils this aim by publishing regular research papers and short communications.

Production of biogenic amines by lactic acid bacteria: screening by PCR, thin-layer chromatography, and high-performance liquid chromatography of strains isolated from wine and must. Food Prot., 69, –Cited by: biogenic amines, the chemical, biochemical, enzymatic and genetic properties relating to these compounds have to be considered.

Analytical and molecular methods to detect biogenic amines in wine, as well as possibilities that could. Biogenic amines are ubiquitous bioactive compounds that are synthesized by living organisms and perform essential functions for their metabolism.

In the human diet, their excessive intake can. Biogenic amines are carefully monitored in the food and beverage industries, since if they are taken in at too high of concentrations, they can cause significant health problems including headaches, breathing problems, and cardiac problems.

Biogenic amines are nitrogen-based compounds that are derived from amino acids and include compounds such as. As the first book on the detection of biogenic amines in all types of food, it provides help to get a better understanding of the risks associated with biogenic amines and how to avoid them.

It serves as an excellent and up-to-date reference for food Author: Bahruddin Saad. Biogenic amines have been frequently considered as the markers or primary quality parameters of foods like antioxidant properties, freshness and spoilage.

For instance, these amines such as spermine, spermidine, cadavarine, etc. may originate during microbial decarboxylation of amino acids of fermented foods/ by:   Blockade by antidepressants and related compounds of biogenic amine uptake into rat brain synaptosomes: most antidepressants selectively block norepinephrine uptake.

Richelson E, Pfenning M. Inhibitor constants (Ki's) for blocking uptake of [3H]norepinephrine, [3H]serotonin, and [3H]dopamine into synaptosomal preparations Cited by:   Early detection of BA- producing bacteria is essential in the food industry, in order to avoid the risk of amine formation and, subsequently, a cause of food-borne disease.

Several methods exist for isolation, identifying, and determination of biogenic amines in fermented : Mohamed Rabie, Hassan Siliha, Sohar Elsaidy. Biogenic amines are ubiquitous bioactive compounds that are synthesized by living organisms and perform essential functions for their metabolism.

In the human diet, their excessive intake can cause food poisoning. In food, especially in alcohol-free beverages, biogenic amines can be synthesized by enzymes, naturally present in raw materials, or by microorganisms, which may Author: Giuliana Vinci, Lucia Maddaloni.

Histamine and other biogenic amines, such as tyramine, putrescine, spermine, spermidine, and cadaverine, are also compounds formed during the course of desired or undesired microbial fermentation of food or as a consequence of food spoilage.

Histamine is contained in many immune cells and is released during allergic reactions. 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 Author: Olga Świder, Marek Łukasz Roszko, Michał Wójcicki, Krystyna Szymczyk. 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, histamine, norepinephrine, serotonin, and by: 5. Purchase Biogenic Amines, Volume 8 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. 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. In contrast, biogenic amines in fruits and vegetables shape the typical and characteristic taste of mature foods and are precursors of certain aroma compounds.

Regarding toxicity, HI, TY and PEA (at concentrations of 50, and 30 mg Kg −1, respectively) are the most hazardous biogenic amines for human health. Amines can also be present in molecules containing additional functional groups, and in grapes, the major amine‐group‐containing species are amino acids and their polymers.

The presence of the lone electron pair results in amines and other amine‐containing compounds behaving as weak bases. Biogenic amines such as histamine, tyramine, phenylethylamine, putrescine, cadaverine, and spermidine are found in certain foods and play a role as regulatory agents in human metabolism.

Histamine, tyramine, and phenylethylamine have been related most frequently to migraine and headache (Holzhammer and Wöber, a). Biogenic amines (BAs), polyphenols, and aroma compounds were determined by chromatographic techniques in cocoa beans of different geographical origin, also considering the effect of roasting (95,and °C).

In all samples, methylxantines (– mg kg−1) were the most abundant followed by procyanidins (– mg kg−1) and epicatechin Author: Umile Gianfranco Spizzirri, Francesca Ieri, Margherita Campo, Donatella Paolino, Donatella Restuccia.

Biogenic amines and related compounds Responsibility: Subcommittee on Biogenic Amines and Related Compounds, Committee on Specifications and Criteria for Biochemical Compounds, Assembly of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, National Research Council.

Biogenic amines (BAs) are small molecular organic nitrogenous compounds (bases), polar or semipolar. The most common BAs in food are putrescine, cadaverine, spermine and spermidine with an aliphatic structure; tyramine, tryptamine and β-phenylethylamine with an aromatic structure and histamine with a heterocyclic structure [ 1, 2 ].Cited by: 1.

Biogenic Amines in Fermented Foods: Overview poisoning incidents, of which histamine poisoning, also known as scombroid poisoning, is a well known illness caused due to the consumption of.

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 by: 8.

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 Edition: 1.

While these books cover the major classes of putative neurotransmitters - amino acids, peptides and biogenic amines - and are therefore broad in scope, each is discussed in a concise fashion to highlight the major points of historical and contemporary interest.

Suggested Citation:"Data Sheets."National Research Council. Specifications and Criteria for Biochemical Compounds: Supplement: Biogenic Amines and Related Compounds.

With specific relation to cheeses, the main biogenic amines analytically detected in cheeses are histamine, tyramine, putrescine, cadaverine and 2-phenylethylamine. These biogenic amines are discussed from the chemical viewpoint; also, technological aspects of cheesemaking productions are analysed in connection with biogenic amines by: 1.

REVIEW Biogenic Amines in Food OVÁ Department of Food Technology, Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, Slovak University of File Size: KB. The concentration of biogenic amines in the most common cheese types (soft, semi-soft and semi-hard) produced in Hungary was studied in our laboratory.

The total biogenic amine content varied from 10 mg/kg to mg/kg in cheese samples. Tyramine and histamine contents were below the critical threshold level in all samples.

Histamine is an organic nitrogen compound that may trigger an allergic response in human and mammalian systems.

Other biogenic amines (such as cadaverine and putrescine) are thought to potentiate the toxic effect of histamine. Although fatal cases are rare, severity of. Recent analytical approaches to the analysis of biogenic amines in food samples. TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry52, DOI: / Xiao Yang, Bo Feng, Xiulan He, Fangping Li, Yonglan Ding, Junjie Fei.

Carbon nanomaterial based electrochemical sensors for biogenic amines. Veciana-Nogués, M.C., Mariné-Font, A. and Vidal-Carou, M.C. () Biogenic Amines as Hygienic Quality Indicators of Tuna. Relationship with Microbial Counts, ATP-Related Compounds Volatile Amines and Organoleptic Changes.

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 45,   What Are Biogenic Amines. Biogenic amines are compounds formed during the normal metabolic functions of plants and animals.

1 Many amines play important roles in human and animal physiological functions, 2,3 but a high accumulation of biogenic amines ingested from food can become a health hazard. 4 Biogenic Amine Formation in Food.

In organic chemistry, amines (/ ə ˈ m iː n, ˈ æ m iː n /, UK also / ˈ eɪ m iː n /) are compounds and functional groups that contain a basic nitrogen atom with a lone are formally derivatives of ammonia, wherein one or more hydrogen atoms have been replaced by a substituent such as an alkyl or aryl group (these may respectively be called alkylamines and arylamines; amines.

Biogenic Amines proteinogenic amines, a group of nitrogen-containing organic compounds that form in human, animal, plant, and bacterial organisms through the decarboxylation (splitting off of the COOH group) of amino acids.

Many biogenic amines—histamine, serotonin, noradrenaline, adrenaline, tyramine, and others—are biologically active substances. biogenic amine: [ am´in, ah´mēn ] an organic compound containing nitrogen.

biogenic amine bioamine. sympathomimetic a's amines that mimic the actions of the sympathetic nervous system, the group includes the catecholamines and drugs that mimic their actions.

vasoactive a's amines that cause vasodilation and increase small vessel permeability.Amines are molecules that contain carbon-nitrogen bonds. The nitrogen atom in an amine has a lone pair of electrons and three bonds to other atoms, either carbon or hydrogen.

Various nomenclatures are used to derive names for amines, but all involve the class-identifying suffix –ine as illustrated here for a few simple examples.

In some amines, the nitrogen atom Author: OpenStax. Biogenic amines play important roles in many human and animal physiological functions such as regulation of body temperature, stomach volume, stomach pH and brain activity (ten Brink, ).

Amines are low-molecular-weight organic bases which can be formed and degraded during the normal metabolism of animals, plants and microorganisms.