American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A crystalline substance, C10H12N2, that is formed in plant and animal tissues from tryptophan and is an intermediate in various metabolic processes.
- trypt(ophan) + amine. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“New drugs belonging to the phenethylamine, tryptamine and piperazine families were also identified.”
“Once decarboxylated, tryptamine (step 2) is dimethylated by S-adenosyl-methionine (SAM) via nucleophilic attack.”
“This reaction is mediated by tryptamine-N-methyltransferase enzyme.”
“The molecular structures of these two substances are similar; lysergic acid contains tryptamine as part of its molecule.”
“The magic molecule animating Ayahuasca is the fearsome and revered tryptamine known as DMT. ”
“The magic molecule animating Ayahuasca is the fearsome and revered tryptamine known as DMT.”
“Ucuba fruits, called semen of the sun, cause tryptamine freakouts.”
“Conversion of this amino acid to histidine results in blue emission having a wavelength maxima at 450 nanometers, whereas conversion to tryptamine results in a major fluorescence peak around 480 nanometers along with a shoulder that peaks around 500 nanometers.”
“On 21 February 2006 the United States Supreme Court ruled that a church in New Mexico should be exempt from the law, which everybody else has to obey, against the taking of hallucinogenic drugs. 8 Faithful members of the Centro Espirita Beneficiente Uniao do Vegetal believe that they can understand God only by drinking hoasca tea, which contains the illegal hallucinogenic drug dimethyl-tryptamine.”
“Now, the fascinating things are that the beta-carbolines found within that liana are MAO inhibitors of the precise sort necessary to potentiate the tryptamine.”
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