trimethylamine


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Related to trimethylamine: Trimethylamine oxide, Trimethylamine N-oxide

trimethylamine

[trī¦meth·ə·lə¦mēn]
(organic chemistry)
(CH3)3N A colorless, liquefied gas with a fishy odor and a boiling point of -4°C; soluble in water, ether, and alcohol; used as a warning agent for natural gas, a flotation agent, and insect attractant. Abbreviated TMA.
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Lactate, creatine, taurine, and cysteine had VIP scores >1 in the muscle; lactate, alanine, glycine, trimethylamine, acetate, and choline had VIP scores >1 in the plasma; and lactate and glycerol had VIP scores >1 in the urine (Table 2).
Gut microbiota-dependent trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO) pathway contributes to both development of renal insufficiency and mortality risk in chronic kidney disease.
The investigators measured levels of trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO)--a compound formed when bacteria in the digestive tract break down dietary nutrients found in red meat, eggs, and meat products--in 935 PAD patients.
Our group discovered plasma concentrations of 3 metabolites of dietary phosphatidylcholine--choline, betaine, and trimethylamine A-oxide (TMAO)--are associated with atherosclerotic cardiovascular risks in patients, and mechanistically linked to atherosclerosis development in animal models (8).
Simple substrates such as methanol, mono-, bi- and trimethylamine are important to methanogens, while SRB are capable of degrading more complex substances (Lyimo et al.
Exposure to a dioxin-like PCB was associated with increased production of a biomarker for cardiovascular disease called trimethylamine Noxide (TMAO), which is produced when the body metabolizes animal-derived foods including dairy and meat.
Correlation of trimethylamine oxide and habitat depth within and among species of teleost fish: an analysis of causation.
Gas sensing behavior of polyvinylpyrrolidone-modified ZnO nanoparticles for trimethylamine.
The process involves two nutrients, choline (a component of lecithin, which is found in meat and eggs) and L-carnitine (found primarily in red meat), which, when digested, form a waste product called trimethylamine (TMA).
Those with this syndrome are advised contrary eating foods consisting of trimethylamine and its forerunners, such as, legume and soy products, milk from wheat fed livestocks, eggs, liver, kidney, peas, peanut, cabbage household veggies, and fish and shellfish.
Case History Assessment of Performance-Based Exposure Control Step 1 Step 2 Exposure Hazard Sources of Assessment Exposure Phenolic urethane cold box (PUCB) coremaking * Exposure to trimethylamine * Leakage of TEA and silica from (TEA) gas and core box seals and seal between respirable crystalline core box and sand hopper silica (silica) during * Off-gassing from coremaking at twelve just-produced cores during core stations.
Rapid quantitative determination of trimethylamine using steam distillation.