pyridoxamine


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pyridoxamine

 [pir″ĭ-doks´ah-mēn]
one of the three active forms of vitamin B6.
pyridoxamine phosphate a coenzyme involved in amino acid metabolism.

pyr·i·dox·a·mine

(pir'i-dok'să-mēn),
The amine of pyridoxine (-CH2NH2 replacing -CH2OH at position 4), having a similar physiologic action. See: pyridoxine.

pyridoxamine

(pĭr′ĭ-dŏk′sə-mēn′)
n.
A crystalline amine, C8H12N2O2, that is one of several forms of vitamin B6.

pyr·i·dox·a·mine

(pir'i-dok'să-mēn)
The amine of pyridoxine that has a similar physiologic action.
See: pyridoxine
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After three weeks of dietary manipulation, two subgroups of SD and HD began pyridoxamine supplementation in the drinking water for the remaining nine weeks (SD + P, n = 5; HD + P, n = 10).
Pyridoxine and pyridoxamine inhibits superoxide radicals and prevents lipid peroxidation, protein glycosylation, and (Na+ + K +)-ATPase activity reduction in high glucose-treated human erythrocytes.
AG is a nucleophilic compound that traps reactive carbonyl intermediates partially inhibiting carboxy methyl lysine and carbxy ethyl lysine.10 A derivative of vitamin B6, (pyridoxamine) has a similar mechanism of action, like AG and inhibits the post Amadori steps of the Maillard reaction.11
A simple fluorimetric assay for pyridoxamine phosphate oxidase in erythrocyte haemolyscetes: effects of riboflavin supplementation and of glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency.
Reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography method with coulometric electrochemical and ultraviolet detection for the quantification of vitamins B 1 (thiamine), B 6 pyridoxamine, pyridoxal, pyridoxine) and B12 in animal and plant foods.
The term pyridoxine is used to include the compounds pyridoxine, pyridoxal, and pyridoxamine. Pyridoxine is found naturally in most fresh feedstuffs.
Glutathione reductase activity and pyridoxine (pyridoxamine) phosphate oxidase activity in the red cell.
Vitamin B6 occurs as three vitamer forms based on the pyridine ring: pyridoxine is the most stable and found especially in plants, while pyridoxal and pyridoxamine are found mainly in animals; each vitamer can occur as a phosphorylated form.
It occurs in nature as pyridoxine, pyridoxal, and pyridoxamine, all of which are readily absorbed from the intestine and converted to the active form of coenzyme, pyridoxal phosphate.
utilis with fully labeled [C.sub.6]-glucose, and examined where the label ended up in pyridoxamine, which is the most abundant Vitamin [B.sub.6] compound found in yeast.
Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin that exists in three major chemical forms: pyridoxine, pyridoxal, and pyridoxamine (1, 2).
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