norharman

nor·har·man

(nōr-hahr'man),
Comutagen when administered with several other mutagens.
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High-affinity binding of [beta]-carbolines to imidazoline I 2B receptors and MAO-A in rat tissues: Norharman blocks the effect of morphine withdrawal on DOPA/noradrenaline synthesis in the brain.
Maternal and developmental toxicity in mice by aminophenylnorharman, formed from norharman and aniline.
Chaparro, "Human monoamine oxidase enzyme inhibition by coffee and [beta]-carbolines norharman and harman isolated from coffee," Life Sciences, vol.
Some [beta]-carbolines, as fully aromatic [beta]-carbolines (norharman and harman), can also act as monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors (Herraiz and Chaparro 2006).
Craving for cigarettes among low and high dependent smokers: impact of norharman. Addict Biol.
Potent genotoxicity of aminophenylnorharman, formed from nonmutagenic norharman and aniline, in the liver of gpt delta transgenic mouse.