and 5-hydroxytryptamine enhance the phagocytic and nodule formation activities of cockroach (Periplaneta americana) haemocytes.
Bed Bug Patrol's technology blocks an adrenaline-like neurotransmitter called octopamine
that is only found in insects," says Bill Carlson, CEO.
Coronary spasm and thrombosis in a bodybuilder using a nutritional supplement containing synephrine, octopamine
, tyramine and caffeine.
Comparison of effects of octopamine
and insecticidal essential oils on activity in the nerve cord, foregut, and dorsal unpaired median neurons of cockroaches.
Fruit flies containing a loss-of-function mutation in the gene encoding tyramine [beta]-hydroxylase are unable to synthesize octopamine
(an invertebrate analog of vertebrate's noradrenaline) and have a diminished ability to develop rapid tolerance to alcohol (Scholz et al.
, phenylathylamine, tyramine, and tryptamine are related to the classical monoamine transmitters mentioned above and are synthesized from the same dietary precursor building-block amino acids.
The elevation of plasma trace amine levels, including tyramine, octopamine
, and synephrine in both migraine and cluster headache supports the hypothesis that disorders of biogenic amine metabolism may be a characteristic biochemical trait in primary headache sufferers.
or evodiamine, one can market it and its parent biomass under an Old Dietary Ingredient provision.
Shrimp were given injections of serotonin (3mg/500[micro]l) or octopamine
The trace amines, which include tyramine, beta-phenylethylamine (beta-PEA), tryptamine, and octopamine
, continued to draw some attention.
release at two points along lobster nerve trunks.
, and the clinging behavior induced by the parasite Polymorphus paradoxus (Acanthocephala) in Gammarus lacrustis (Crustacea).