adrenochrome


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adrenochrome

[ə′dren·ə‚krōm]
(biochemistry)
C9H9O3N A brick-red oxidation product of epinephrine which can convert hemoglobin into methemoglobin.
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For example, it has been proposed that in oxidative lesion of the myocardial ischemia-reperfusion, it occurs the epinephrine autooxidation in adrenochrome, associated with [O.
It did not cover, for example, adrenochrome, featured in the film Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
Hoffer's theory of the illness is that, under stress, schizophrenics produce an excess of adrenochrome, which is derived from adrenaline, and that adrenochrome can produce hallucinations and personality changes.
An absorbance spectrum with a maximum at 485 nm was observed, which is consistent with adrenochrome ([[epsilon].
Notably, excessive level of circulating catecholamines (and consequent saturation of the monoaminooxidase and catechol-o-methyl transferase systems) may cause the increased formation of adrenochrome (obtained by oxidation of adrenaline) [40, 52] of 5,6-dihydroxy-1-methylindole and of adrenochrome alkaline rearrangement product adrenolutin.
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He learned that adrenochrome was capable of having hallucinatory effects much like mescaline and LSD.
5mg/kg body weight subcutaneously along with systemic haemostatic Adrenochrome 5.
Unlike the dopamine hypothesis, the adrenochrome hypothesis accounts for many biochemical patterns common among schizophrenic patients.
There is a continuum from no conversion or very little conversion of adrenalin into adrenochrome in the bipolar patients, to more conversion in the schizoaffective state, to a lot more in the schizophrenic state.
One unit of SOD was defined as the amount of the enzyme, which inhibits by 50% epinephrine oxidation to adrenochrome.