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gizzerosine

Known as: 2-amino-9-(4-imidazolyl)-7-azanonanoic acid 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2004
2004
Gizzerosine (GZ), a derivative of histamine, is a biogenic amine found in fish meal, and one of the causative agents of black… Expand
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2002
2002
1. The aim of this study was to investigate pathomorphological changes in broiler chicks fed with different doses of gizzerosine… Expand
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1999
1999
A method for the labeling of gizzerosine (GZ), a biogenic amine found in fish meal, is described. The labeling procedure with… Expand
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1998
1998
This study is the first report of the development of monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) against gizzerosine (GZ), one of the causative… Expand
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1996
1996
A homologous RIA for the determination of toxic gizzerosine activity in commercial fish meals has been developed. Three… Expand
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1988
1988
Gizzerosine, which was originally found in fish meal, is a compound that causes gizzard erosion and ulceration in chicks. The… Expand
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1988
1988
Two experiments were conducted to determine the dose-dependent response of synthetic DL-gizzerosine (GIZZ) on the growth… Expand
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1987
1987
Mucosal cells of the chicken proventriculus were isolated by a collagenase perfusion method and O2 uptake by the isolated cells… Expand
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1985
1985
The effect of gizzerosine [2-amino-9-(4-imidazolyl)-7-azanonanoic acid], which causes gizzard erosion in chicks, on gastric acid… Expand
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1985
1985
Gizzerosine (2-amino-9-(4-imidazolyl)-7-azanonanoic acid) was discovered in fish meal as a causative material of gizzard erosion… Expand
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