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The role of biogenic amines in foods.

Abstract

Biologically active amines are normal constituents of many foods for example cheese, plant foods and wines. These low molecular weight organic based do not represent any hazard to individuals, unless large quantities are ingested or natural mechanism of their catabolism are inhibited. Investigations were performed concerning the histamine and tyramine content of the Hungarian made cheese, domestic vegetables, fruits and some other foods. In this paper we should like to draw the attention to the problems of amines from the point of view of food hygiene and food-drug interactions.

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    Die Nahrung 22:3 1978 pg 285-9

    MeSH

    Biogenic Amines
    Cheese
    Food Analysis
    Fruit
    Histamine
    Humans
    Hungary
    Hypertension
    Meat
    Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors
    Tyramine
    Vegetables
    Wine

    Pub Type(s)

    Journal Article

    Language

    eng

    PubMed ID

    692645

    Citation

    Tarján, V, and G Jánossy. "The Role of Biogenic Amines in Foods." Die Nahrung, vol. 22, no. 3, 1978, pp. 285-9.
    Tarján V, Jánossy G. The role of biogenic amines in foods. Nahrung. 1978;22(3):285-9.
    Tarján, V., & Jánossy, G. (1978). The role of biogenic amines in foods. Die Nahrung, 22(3), pp. 285-9.
    Tarján V, Jánossy G. The Role of Biogenic Amines in Foods. Nahrung. 1978;22(3):285-9. PubMed PMID: 692645.
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