[Deamination reaction of biogenic amines and other nitrogen compounds during the long-term influence of ethylenediamine in an experiment on rats].


Activity and substrate specificity of monoamine oxidase (MAO) were studied in tissues of rats inhaling low concentrations of ethylene diamine for a long time. While the activity of MAO-A (serotonin as a substrate) was decreased in brain, functions of the enzyme were altered: the enzyme acquired the ability to deaminate glucosamine, which is not a substrate… (More)


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