Simultaneous occurrence of saxitoxins and biogenic amines
in mackerel fish.
It is possible that the toxic effects on the spleen could be because of the vasoconstriction induced by biogenic amines
present in the venom.
as hygienic quality indicators of tuna.
No corresponding phenomena have been reported for other biogenic amines
. The results suggest that histamine can lead the crabs to release pereiopods.
[18.] Baixas-Nogueras S, Bover-Cid S, Veciana-Nogues MT, Marine-Font A and MC Vidal-Carou Biogenic Amine
Index for Freshness Evaluation in Iced Mediterranean Hake (Merluccius merluccius), Journal of Food Protection 2005; 68 (11): 2433-2438.
Although injecting substances such as biogenic amines
or neuropeptides in the hemolymph of a living animal will most likely induce general systemic effects, these types of experiments can nevertheless be an essential initial step in elucidating the mechanisms that underlie a specific behavior, by narrowing down the range of agents that should be studied in more detail at the circuit or cellular level.
and active peptides in the skin of fifty-two African amphibian species other than bufonids.
Neurochemistry and defects of biogenic amine
The best substrates for all preparations are 1,4-diaminobutane (putrescine) and 1,5-diaminopentane (cadaverine), which in nature are produced along with histamine and other biogenic amines
in protein hydrolysis during putrefaction of tissues both in living and dead organisms.
Simultaneous Analysis of Biogenic Amines
in Canned Fish by HPLC.