Biogenic amines are a class of small, nitrogen-containing organic compounds. The term biogenic refers to the ability of these compounds to induce physiological change. They are formed by the enzymatic decarboxylation of naturally occurring amino acids and are formed at low levels within living cells.
1. Histamine; 2. Tyramine; 3. Putrescine; 4. Phenethylamine; 5. Cadaverine; 6. Isoamylamine; 7. internal Standard IS
|Substances||Cadaverine, Heptylamine, Histamine, Isoamylamine,1- Pentylamine, Phenethylamine, Putrescine|
|Key words||Amines, Precolumn derivatization , OPA, Wine|
|CAS number||462-94-2, 111-68-2, 51-45-6, 107-85-7,110-58-7, 64-04-0, 110-60-1|
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