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*  Cadaverine
... is a toxic diamine with the formula NH2(CH2)5NH2, which is similar to putrescine. Cadaverine is also known by the ... Putrescine and cadaverine were first described in 1885 by the Berlin physician Ludwig Brieger (1849-1919). Cadaverine is the ... Pentolinium and pentamethonium are both chemical derivatives of cadaverine. Cadaverine is toxic in large doses. In rats it has ... Elevated levels of cadaverine have been found in the urine of some patients with defects in lysine metabolism. The odor ...
*  IdeasTap
"IdeasTap Magazine - Editor Interview". Cadaverine Magazine. 22 June 2011. De Haan, Peter (9 March 2015). "The End of an Era". ...
*  Polyamine
Primary examples are putrescine, cadaverine, spermidine, and spermine. In animals, their levels are maintained from both the ... Cadaverine is synthesized from lysine in a one-step reaction with lysine decarboxylase (LDC). Spermidine is synthesized from ...
*  Lysine
The bacterial degradation of lysine yields cadaverine by decarboxylation. Allysine is a derivative of lysine, used in the ...
*  Sarah Rayner
Interview with Sarah Rayner, Cadaverine Magazine, 22 February 2010. One Moment, One Morning, Publishers Weekly, 10/17/2011 ...
*  Lysine decarboxylase
... is an enzyme that converts lysine to cadaverine. Gale EF, Epps HM (1944). "Studies on bacterial amino-acid ...
*  Sparteine
Tracer studies using 13C-15N-doubly labeled cadaverine have shown three units of cadaverine are incorporated into sparteine and ... The deaminated cadaverine is not released from the enzyme, thus is can be assumed that the enzyme catalyzes the formation of ... The first intermediate in the biosynthesis is cadaverine, the decarboxylation product of lysine catalyzed by the enzyme lysine ... Enzymatic evidence then showed that the three molecules of cadaverine are transformed to the quinolizidine ring via enzyme ...
*  APC superfamily
Several residues are necessary for recognition of cadaverine in the periplasm because the level of cadaverine is much lower ... "Identification of the cadaverine recognition site on the cadaverine-lysine antiporter CadB". The Journal of Biological ... In addition, Trp(43), Tyr(57), Tyr(107), Tyr(366), and Tyr(368) of CadB are involved preferentially in cadaverine uptake at ... The structure and function of the cadaverine-lysine antiporter, CadB (2.A.3.2.2), and the putrescine-ornithine antiporter, PotE ...
*  List of chemical compounds with unusual names
"Effect of cadaverine and lysine on the urinary excretion of piperidine in rabbits". Acta pharmacologica et toxicologica. 7 (3 ...
*  Putrescine
... and cadaverine were first described in 1885 by the Berlin physician Ludwig Brieger (1849-1919). Putrescine is ... and cadaverine (literally meaning "the essence of dead cadavers"). Yeoman, CJ;Thomas, SM; Miller, ME; Ulanov, AV; Torralba, M; ... putrescine and cadaverine in rats". Food and Chemical Toxicology. 35 (3-4): 337-348. doi:10.1016/S0278-6915(97)00121-X. ISSN ... that is related to cadaverine; both are produced by the breakdown of amino acids in living and dead organisms and both are ...
*  Health risks from dead bodies
The substances cadaverine and putrescine are produced during the decomposition of animal (including human) bodies, and both ... a larger dose for cadaverine); there are no effects at all for a tenth of that dose. While figures for humans are not available ... putrescine and cadaverine in rats". Food and Chemical Toxicology. 35 (3-4): 337-348. doi:10.1016/S0278-6915(97)00121-X. ISSN ...
*  Decomposition
Cadaverine Microbiology of decomposition Putrescine Staling Humus Leachate Peat (turf) Water Quality Vocabulary. IShaO 6107-6: ... These processes release compounds such as cadaverine and putrescine, that are the chief source of the unmistakably putrid odor ...
*  Cryptococcus albidosimilis
This cell can also use L-lysine, nitrate and cadaverine as sole nitrogen sources. This species cannot ferment. C. albidosimilis ...
*  Foodborne illness
... putrescine and cadaverine. The 1892 Merck's Bulletin stated, "We name such products of bacterial origin ptomaines; and the ... special alkaloid produced by the comma bacillus is variously named Cadaverine, Putrescine, etc." While The Lancet stated, "The ...
*  Cryptococcus antarcticus
This species is also able to assimilate L-lysine, nitrate and cadaverine as nitrogen sources. Vishniac H. S., Kurtzman C. P. ( ...
*  Lucifer yellow
... can also be compounded as a vinyl sulfone, with ethylenediamine, or with cadaverine. [clarification needed] ...
*  Peter Bush (translator)
Review by Annabella Massey, Cadaverine Magazine Works by or about Peter Bush in libraries (WorldCat catalog). ...
*  Semen
Basic amines such as putrescine, spermine, spermidine and cadaverine are responsible for the smell and flavor of semen. These ...
*  Cystamine
The disulphides than binds to DNA and precipitate nucleoproteins have an analogous interaction like cadaverine and spermidine ...
*  C5H14N2
The molecular formula C5H14N2 (molar mass : 102.17 g/mol) may refer to: Cadaverine Dimethylaminopropylamine N,N′-Dimethyl-1,3- ...
*  Post-mortem interval
Stage 2: Putrefaction - Bacteria grow throughout the body, releasing gases, including cadaverine, which in turn bloat the body ...
*  SpeF leader
... cadaverine, or spermidine) to the SpeF leader. Other non-coding RNAs uncovered in the same analysis include: suhB, ybhL, metA ...
*  Carrion
... its body will begin to exude a foul odor caused by the presence of bacteria and the emission of cadaverine and putrescine. Some ...
*  Cryptococcus adeliensis
... is able to use nitrate, nitrite and cadaverine, a protein created when animals decay which produces the ...
*  Chemical process of decomposition
... a black precipitate Two common decarboxylation products of protein associated with decomposition are putrescine and cadaverine ...