Urinary output of endogenous monoamine oxidase inhibitory activity is related to everyday stress.

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The MAO A and B inhibitory components of urinary tribulin were investigated in normal individuals (11 males and 24 females, mean age +/- SD; 27.1 +/- 4.5 years) in relation to everyday stress. Volunteers collected a urine sample at the same time (late evening) on five days over a single week. On each occasion subjects also completed a mood adjective… (More)

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@article{Doyle1996UrinaryOO, title={Urinary output of endogenous monoamine oxidase inhibitory activity is related to everyday stress.}, author={Anthony James Doyle and Frank Hucklebridge and Phil D Evans and Angela Clow}, journal={Life sciences}, year={1996}, volume={58 20}, pages={1723-30} }