The demonstration of a tyramine‐like substance in a heart extract (Recosen)

@article{Jackson1970TheDO,
  title={The demonstration of a tyramine‐like substance in a heart extract (Recosen)},
  author={D. Jackson and D. Temple},
  journal={Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology},
  year={1970},
  volume={22}
}
A protein-free total heart extract, available in both tablet and ampoule form, has been reported to be useful in a number of cardiovascular disorders (Karani & Elliott, 1961 ; Rey & Pattani, 1954). The extract (Recosen) has been reported to contain histamine, adenosine derivatives and various cations (Conway, 1959), while Meyer & Goldberg (1966), using pharmacological techniques, identified a tyramine-like substance. Using chromatography, we have found tyramine in the extract. We have also… Expand
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