dimethylamine


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dimethylamine

(dī-mĕth″ĭl-ăm′ĭn)
(CH3)2NH; a malodorous product of decay of materials that contain proteins.
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This indicates change in surface morphology which may be due to incorporation of dimethylamine.
TMA: trimethylamine; DMA: dimethylamine; MMA: monomethylamine; MeOH: methanol; MFR: methanofuran; [H.sub.4]MPT: tetrahydromethanopterin; HS-CoM coenzyme M; HS-CoB: coenzyme B; CoM-S-S-CoB: heterodisulfide of HS-CoM and HS-CoB; [F.sub.420][H.sub.2]: reduced coenzyme [F.sub.420]; [Fd.sub.red]: reduced ferredoxin; [Fd.sub.ox]: oxidized ferredoxin; [H.sub.2]ase: hydrogenase.
Specifically, diet 1 resulted in higher concentration of urinary biomarkers from individual healthy foods like hippurate (marker of fruit and vegetable consumption), (N-acetyl-)S'-methyl-L-cysteine-sulfoxide (cruciferous vegetables), dimethylamine and TMAO (fish), and 1-methylhistidine and 3-methylhistidine (oily fish and chicken).
Trimethylamine oxide demethylase (TMAOase) is an enzyme very active at low temperatures such as -20[degrees] C and is accountable for the demethylation of trimethylamine oxide to dimethylamine and FA [9].
Probe 29 has a benzo[g]coumarin backbone with dimethylamine and amide groups at the 3- and 8-position as an electron-donating and electron-withdrawing moiety, respectively.
Besides numerous metabolites, intestinal flora produces methylamine, including TMA, dimethylamine, and monomethylamine.
In the second step, 4-fluorobenzoyl isothiocyanate reacted with dimethylamine in dry acetone solution to synthesize N-(dimethylcarbamothioyl)-4-fluorobenzamide [18, 19].
Abbreviations: 3-OHbut: 3-hydroxybutyrate; 3-N[H.sub.2] isobut: 3-aminoisobutyrate; 3-OHisoval: 3-hydroxyisovalerate; N-acethylated: N-acethylated compounds; dma: dimethylamine; dimethylgly: dimethylglycine; NMNA: N-methylnicotinamide.
Trimethylamine oxides are also found within the red muscle that can be enzymatically or nonenzymatically degraded, resulting in products such as dimethylamine (DA) and formaldehyde (FA) [39, 40].
The main pathway for asymmetric methylarginine catabolism is the hydrolytic reaction mediated by dimethylarginine dimethylaminohydrolase (DDAH) enzymes which catalyze the degradation of MMA and ADMA to citrulline and monomethylamine or dimethylamine, respectively [21].
Novel therapeutic targets Effects on CKD Reference Probiotics--Lactobacillus Nitrosodimethylamine levels [77] acidophilus decreased, and serum dimethylamine levels dropped (on humans).