Heegaard, Erik V. and Alles, Gordon A. (1943) Inhibitor specificity of amine oxidase. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 147 (3). pp. 505-513. ISSN 0021-9258 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:HEEjbc43
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Although at the present time it appears clear that amine oxidase oxidation of adrenalin, or other o-diphenolic pressor amines such as were studied by Richter (6), does not play a significant physiological role, it is equally clear that the inactivation of aliphatic amines, phenethylamine and probably 4-hydroxyphenethylamine (tyramine), does predominantly take place by amine oxidase oxidation. In view of the evidence from the experiments of Ewins and Laidlaw (8) and a later study by Guggenheim and Löffler (9), such amine oxidations chiefly occur in the liver. In the present studies, an attempt was made to value quantitatively the inhibition of some of these particular type compounds by certain types of amines which are not themselves oxidized by the enzyme system (see Alles and Heegaard (10)).
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