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September 6, 2016

Histamine and Methylation

Histamine and Methylation

Histamine Histamine is a hydrophilic vasoactive amine derived from histidine through carboxylation by L-histidine decarboxylase1. Histamine, once formed, can be stored or rapidly undergo deamination or demethylation, which is catalyzed by diamine oxidase (DAO) or histamine-N-methyltransferase (HNMT) respectively. IgE antibodies on immune cells cause them to degranulate, releasing specific alkaloids and amines capable of displacing …

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Genes And B12 Deficiency

Genes And B12 Deficiency

Vitamin B12 is essential to human health. However, some people have inherited conditions that leave them unable to process vitamin B12. As a result they are prone to serious health problems, including developmental delay, psychosis, stroke and dementia. Genes and B12 Deficiency An international research team recently discovered a new genetic disease related to vitamin …

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