Effect of arginine or putrescine
on growth, yield and yield components of late sowing wheat.
Saiprasad, Raghuveer, Khetarpal, and Chandra (2004) observed that putrescine
was the most efficient PA for supplementation in PLBs induction culture medium of Dendrobium 'Sonia'.
It is interesting to note that DFMO treatment alone almost completely depleted putrescine
levels and significantly decreased the levels of spermidine and spermine in SW620 cells, while apigenin treatment resulted in a concentration-dependent increase in putrescine
levels and decrease in spermine levels with a decrease in the level of total polyamine content (Figures 6(a) and 6(b)), indicating that polyamine catabolism is promoted by apigenin to some extent.
The same company also supplied five bioactive amine standards: putrescine
(PUT), spermidine (SPD), histamine (HIM), tyramine (TYM) and tryptamine (TRM).
However, little information exists on the use of putrescine
on keeping quality and vase life improvement of cut alstroemeria flowers.
Specifically, the amounts of biogenic amines (putrescine
, cadaverine, histamine and thyramine) are informative because their presence reveals severe deviations in production technology and indicates product spoiling.
Evidence for horizontal gene transfer as origin of putrescine
production in Oenococcus oeni RM83.
Raychelle Burks, the corpse perfume's mastermind and a chemistry post-doctoral fellow at Doane University in Nebraska said she was inspired by the TV series' first season and assures that the chemicals, mainly "putrescine
" and "cadaverine", live up to their name.
The basic cadaverine and putrescine
, are aliphatic diamines and are causative of the odor of dead animals that originate from the amino acids, arginine and lysine by bacterial decarboxylation.
Effect of butyric acid, valeric acid, and putrescine
," Journal of Dairy Science, vol.
These compounds represent stimulant amphetamine analogues, homologues, and derivatives (e.g., 2- and 1-phenethylamines); hallucinogenic amphetamines (3,4-methylenedioxy and 2,5-dimethoxyamphetamine analogues and derivatives, 3,4,5-trimethoxyamphetamine); their main precursors (e.g., sympathomimetic amines such as ephedrine, its analogues and isomers, safrole, isosafrole, PMK, BMK, etc.); compounds structurally similar to the side chain of amphetamines (e.g., putrescine
and cadaverine); and other controlled substances (cocaine, opiates, opioids, etc.).
To prove MGP was a substrate for tTG we attempted incorporation of radiolabeled putrescine
as described .