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Sensibilité des rats et d'Artemia salina aux amines biogènes formées dans la sardine Sardina pilchardus = Sensitivity in rats and Artemia salina to biogenic amines formed in sardine Sardina pilchardus
Afilal, M.E. (1998). Sensibilité des rats et d'Artemia salina aux amines biogènes formées dans la sardine Sardina pilchardus = Sensitivity in rats and Artemia salina to biogenic amines formed in sardine Sardina pilchardus. Mar. Life 8(1-2): 45-50
In: Marine Life = Vie Marine. Institut Océanographique Paul Ricard: Marseille. ISSN 1168-3430, more
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  • Afilal, M.E.

Abstract
    In this work, the effect of biogenic amines on rats and Artemia salina was studied. Amines were added to a mixture of fresh sardines in quantities similar to those normally found in altered sardine. Intraperitoneal injection of this preparation caused symptoms of histamine intoxication in white rats. When tested on Artemia salina, CL50 for histamine, tryptamine, tyramine, cadaverine, putrescine and spermidine, were respectively: 85 µg/5ml, 44.7µg /5ml, 25.8 µg/5ml, 21.3 µg/5ml, 15 µg/5ml and 7.5 µg/5ml. The effects of different amines on histamine toxicity is discussed.

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