Oxidation of β‐Phenylethylamine by Both Types of Monoamine Oxidase: Examination of Enzymes in Brain and Liver Mitochondria of Eight Species

@article{Suzuki1981OxidationO,
  title={Oxidation of $\beta$‐Phenylethylamine by Both Types of Monoamine Oxidase: Examination of Enzymes in Brain and Liver Mitochondria of Eight Species},
  author={Osamu Suzuki and Yoshinao Katsumata and Masakazu Oya},
  journal={Journal of Neurochemistry},
  year={1981},
  volume={36}
}
Abstract: β‐Phenylethylamine (PEA) was characterized as a substrate for type A and type B monoamine oxidase (MAO) in brain and liver mitochondria of eight species at different substrate concentrations. In all species, at 10.0 μM, PEA was almost specific for type B MAO. At 1000 μM, however, the amine was common for both types of MAO in rat brain and liver, human brain and liver, mouse brain, guinea pig brain and liver, and bovine brain, while it was specific for type B MAO in mouse liver, rabbit… 

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