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Amine Oxidases and Their Impact on Neurobiology

P. Riederer

Amine Oxidases and Their Impact on Neurobiology

Proceedings of the 4th International Amine Oxidases Workshop, Wurzburg, Federal Republic of Germany, (Journal of Neural Transmission Supplementum)

by P. Riederer

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General,
  • Neuropsychopharmacology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsM. B. H. Youdim (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages491
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10155017M
    ISBN 100387822399
    ISBN 109780387822396

    The Practice of Medicinal Chemistry, Fourth Edition provides a practical and comprehensive overview of the daily issues facing pharmaceutical researchers and addition to its thorough treatment of basic medicinal chemistry principles, this updated edition has been revised to provide new and expanded coverage of the latest technologies and approaches in drug . Humans have three functioning genes that encode copper-containing amine oxidases. The product of the AOC1 gene is a so-called diamine oxidase (hDAO), named for its substrate preference for diamines, particularly histamine. hDAO has been cloned and expressed in insect cells and the structure of the native enzyme determined by X-ray crystallography to a Cited by:

    There are two main isoforms of amine oxidases in budding yeasts -methylamine oxidase and benzylamine oxidase (Green et al. ; Haywood and Large ) -which are encoded by the paralogous genes.   Amine oxidation, a process widely utilized by flavoprotein oxidases, is the rate-determining step in the three-step demethylation of N-methyltryptophan (NMT) catalyzed by N-methyltryptophan oxidase (MTOX), which employs a covalently bound flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) as cofactor. For the required transfer of a hydride ion equivalent, three pathways Cited by:

    Monoamine oxidase activities in human cystic and colonic arteries - Influence of age. Their telomere lengths were distributed ( kb). are incubated with amine oxidases, the. An amine oxidase is an enzyme that catalyzes the oxidative cleavage of alkylamines into aldehydes and ammonia: Amine oxidases are divided into two subfamilies based on the cofactor they contain: Mondovì B, Finazzi Agrò A () NAD/NADP acceptor: Glutamate .


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Amine Oxidases and Their Impact on Neurobiology Proceedings of the 4th International Amine Oxidases Workshop, Würzburg, Federal Republic of Germany, July 7–10, Editors: Riederer, Peter, Youdim, Moussa B.H.

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J Neural Transm Suppl. ; Amine oxidases and their impact on neurobiology. Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop. Würzburg, Germany, July Some aspects of the pharmacology of semicarbazide-sensitive amine oxidases.- Intestinal diamine oxidases and enteral-induced histaminosis: studies on three prognostic variables in an epidemiological model.- Methylamine oxidase from Arthrobacter P1 as a prototype of eukaryotic plasma amine oxidase and diamine oxidase   Amine Oxidases in Clinical Research discusses the functions of amine oxidases in the rapid development of medical and biological research.

Composed of 13 chapters, the book focuses on amine oxidases, including their key role in the metabolism of biogenic amines and other nitrogenous compounds in diseases and human Edition: 1.

Amine Oxidases: Function and Dysfunction by K. Tipton,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Sattler J., Lorenz W. () Intestinal diamine oxidases and enteral-induced histaminosis: studies on three prognostic variables in an epidemiological model.

In: Riederer P., Youdim M.B.H. (eds) Amine Oxidases and Their Impact on by: Amine Oxidases and Their Impact on Neurobiology pp | Cite as Effect of selective and reversible MAO inhibitors on dopamine outflow in rat striatum: a microdialysis study AuthorsCited by: Nickel B., Borbe H.O., Szelenyi I.

() Effect of selegiline and desmethyl-selegiline on cortical electric activity in rats. In: Riederer P., Youdim M.B.H. (eds) Amine Oxidases and Their Impact on by: amine oxidases and tumor promotion AOs are the major enzymes involved in the elimination of biogenic amines by their oxidation.

The crucial role of these enzymes in tumor progression is the elimination of amines necessary for cell growth and the generation of catabolic products which, in turn, exert a cytotoxic effect (Maslinski et al., ).Cited by: Amine oxidases and their inhibitors: what can they tell us about neuroprotection and the development of drugs for neuropsychiatric disorders.

Glen B. Baker, PhD DSc, The amine oxidase inhibitors continue to be of considerable interest and the subject of extensive research. Some of them may prove useful for treating some neurodegenerative Cited by: Monoamine oxidase and oxidative stress at dopaminergic synapses.

Summary. Increased oxidation of dopamine by monoamine oxidase (MAO) in the striatum is associated with an oxidant stress, expressed as a rise in the level of oxidized glutathione. Oxidation of glutathione is suppressed by MAO inhibitors, such as deprenyl and by: Amine Oxidases and Their Impact on Neurobiology pp | Cite as Methylamine oxidase from Arthrobacter P1 as a prototype of eukaryotic plasma amine oxidase and diamine oxidase AuthorsCited by: 3.

Epigenetics, Volumethe latest release in the International Review of Neurobiology series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on a variety of comprehensive topics, including Histone modifications in Alcohol use disorder, Non-coding RNAs: Regulators of alcohol actions, Epigenetics and Neuroinflammation in Psychiatric.

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Amine oxidases and monooxygenases in the in vivo metabolism of xenobiotic amines in humans: has the involvement of amine oxidases been neglected.

Strolin Benedetti M(1), Tipton KF, Whomsley R. Author information: (1)UCB Pharma, Non Clinical Development, Nanterre, France. [email protected] by: The amine oxidase catalytic domain of LSD1 is homologous to those of the monoamine oxidases (MAOs) A and B.

Consequently, several well-studied MAO inhibitors, including phenelzine and tranylcypromine (TCP), an FDA-approved treatment for psychological disorders (Shih, Chen, & Ridd, ), have also been demonstrated to also inhibit LSD1 (Lee. Amine Oxidases, Including Monoamine Oxidase.

Amine oxidases catalyze oxidative deamination reactions, producing ammonia and an aldehyde. These enzymes are critical to both homeostatic and xenobiotic metabolic pathways and are involved in the biotransformation of aminergic neurotransmitters (such as catecholamines, histamine.

Amine Oxidases and Their Impact on Neurobiology: Proceedings of the 4th International Amine Oxidases Workshop, Würzburg, Federal Republic of Germany, July[P Riederer; Moussa B H Youdim] -- The Amine Oxidase Workshop was the brain child of Brian Callingham and Keith Tipton.

Amine Oxidases and Their Impact on Neurobiology Amine Oxidases and Their Impact on Neurobiology to the rest of the neuroscientific community to get a glimpse of the current status of research in the field of MAO. Acta Neurologica Belgica." the book is of particular value and a rich source of information for basic neuroscientists in.Monoamine Oxidases and their Inhibitors, Volume (International Review of Neurobiology): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Eur J Histochem Oreland L, and Callingham BA (; Eds) Monoamine oxidase enzymes.

J Neural Transm Suppl 23; Springer, Wien, New York Riederer P, and Yundim MBH (; Eds) Amine oxidases and their impact on neurobiology.

J Neural Transm Suppl Springer, Wien, New York Robinson JM, Karnovsky MJ, Stoward PJ, and Lewis PR () by: 6.