• histamine
  • Some prominent examples of biogenic monoamines include: Monoamine neurotransmitters Histamine - a substance derived from the amino acid histidine that acts as a neurotransmitter mediating arousal and attention, as well as a pro-inflammatory signal released from mast cells in response to allergic reactions or tissue damage. (wikipedia.org)
  • Brieger
  • Indole 1-Methylindole 2-Methylindole (methylketol) 5-Methylindole 7-Methylindole Cadaverine See: Brieger, Ludwig (1877) "Ueber die fl├╝chtigen Bestandtheile der menschlichen Excremente" ("On the volatile components of human excrement"), Berichte der deutschen chemischen Gesellschaft, 10 : 1027-1032. (wikipedia.org)
  • smell
  • Other popular substances on which to base stink bombs are thiols with lower molecular weight, e.g., methyl mercaptan and ethyl mercaptan-the chemicals that give odor to skunks and are added in minute quantities to natural gas in order to make gas leaks detectable by smell. (wikipedia.org)
  • protein
  • The report by Glomset [ 3 ] stated that fish is currently being used as a good tool for food therapy and source of therapeutic substances for the treatment of coronary diseases , auto-immune diseases, protein energy malnutrition and anemia . (rroij.com)