[ tahy-ruh-meen ]
/ ˈtaɪ rəˌmin /
an amine, C8H11NO, abundant in ripe cheese as a breakdown product of tyrosine by removal of the carboxyl group (COOH).
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/ (ˈtaɪrəˌmiːn, ˈtɪ-) /
a colourless crystalline amine derived from phenol and found in ripe cheese, ergot, decayed animal tissue, and mistletoe and used for its sympathomimetic action; 4-hydroxyphenethylamine. Formula: (C 2 H 4 NH 2)C 6 H 4 OH
Word Origin for tyramine
C20: from tyr (osine) + amine
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[ tī′rə-mēn′ ]
A colorless crystalline amine found in mistletoe, putrefied animal tissue, certain cheeses, and ergot, or produced synthetically, used as a sympathomimetic agent.
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