ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:4445
N-METHYLTYRAMINE


NSC#:113958

Freqency:
in 5 ingredients:

  • 175
  • 177
  • 584
  • 833
  • 885
  • in 25 recipes:

  • 23
  • 24
  • 38
  • 109
  • 111
  • 169
  • 190
  • 223
  • 233
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  • 242
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  • 254
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  • 284
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  • 342
  • 405
  • 488
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  • Properties
    C9H13NO    151.21





    1:  Dougan DF, Duffield AM, Duffield PH, Wade DN.
    Stereoselective accumulation of hydroxylated metabolites of amphetamine in rat striatum and hypothalamus.
    Br J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   3.722
    1986;  88(1): 285-90

    2:  Richard BM, Pittman RC.
    Role of HDL1 in cholesteryl ester uptake in rats.
    J Lipid Res.    impact factor:   3.394
    1993;  34(4): 571-9

    3:  Rinninger F, Greten H.
    High-density lipoprotein particle uptake and selective uptake of high-density lipoprotein-associated cholesteryl esters by J774 macrophages.
    Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
    1990;  1043(3): 318-26

    4:  Kimura T, Iwasaki N, Yokoe JI, Haruta S, Yokoo Y, Ogawara KI, Higaki K.
    Analysis and prediction of absorption profile including hepatic first-pass metabolism of N-methyltyramine, a potent stimulant of gastrin release present in beer, after oral ingestion in rats by gastrointestinal-transit-absorption model.
    Drug Metab Dispos.    impact factor:   2.519
    2000;  28(5): 577-81

    5:  Altar CA, Boyar WC, Oei E, Wood PL.
    Cholecystokinin attenuates basal and drug-induced increases of limbic and striatal dopamine release.
    Brain Res.    impact factor:   2.302
    1988;  460(1): 76-82

     
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