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Chemical Compound Review

NORMETANEPHRINE     4-(2-amino-1-hydroxy-ethyl)- 2-methoxy-phenol

Synonyms: CHEMBL774, SureCN137755, AG-C-58214, HMDB00819, CPD-11875, ...
 
 
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Biological context of NORMETANEPHRINE

  • The disproportionate decrease in excretion of normetanephrine by patients with MSA is consistent with observations in experimental animals that O-methylation is the primary metabolic route for active released norepinephrine, whereas deamination is the predominant metabolic route for intraneuronal degradation of the catecholamine [16].
  • Plasma NMN (r = 0.27; P = 0.02) but not MN positively correlated with age, whereas only plasma catecholamines (and not metanephrines) were positively correlated (P <0.05) with diastolic blood pressure [17].
  • In this method for measuring metanephrine and normetanephrine in urine, they are freed from their conjugates by hydrolysis in acid, neutralized, and isolated on a cation-exchange resin [18].
  • The level of the initial methylation product, normetanephrine, also showed a biphasic decline, which did not correspond to that of [3H]noradrenaline but rather was faster throughout the experiment [19].
  • 4. NA (10(-2) M by pressure ejection) did not alter membrane potential even in the presence of NMN and DMI (each 10(-6) M) [20].
 

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Gene context of NORMETANEPHRINE

  • The excretion of normetanephrine, a marker for sympathetic nervous activity, was reduced during ST in COX-1(+/+) (6.9+/-0.9 versus 3.2+/-0.6 g . g(-1) creatinine . 10(-3); P<0.01) [31].
  • Normetanephrine, the COMT-dependent metabolite of NE, was formed in large quantities during post-uptake incubation [32].
  • The trauma patients differed from the elective neurosurgery patients with regard to D-dimer levels, PT, PTT, protein C levels, and urinary normetanephrine concentrations [33].
  • 4. Both clorgyline (a selective MAO-A inhibitor) and selegiline (a selective MAO-B inhibitor) reduced the formation of dihydroxyphenylglycol (DOPEG), DOMA and O-methylated-deaminated metabolites (OMDA), and increased that of normetanephrine (NMN) [34].
  • A cytosol fraction of chorio-decidua was incubated with [14C]-S-adenosyl-L-methionine and normetanephrine for 60 min to measure PNMT activity [35].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of NORMETANEPHRINE

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