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putrescine n.

Peri-ovulatory putrescine supplementation reduces embryo resorption in older mice

Identification of the ornithine decarboxylase gene in the putrescine-producer Oenococcus oeni BIFI-83

Life without putrescine: disruption of the gene-encoding polyamine oxidase in Ustilago maydis odc mutants

γ-Glutamyl-γ-aminobutyrate hydrolase in the putrescine utilization pathway of Escherichia coli K-12

Electroantennogram and Behavioral Responses of Anastrepha suspensa (Diptera: Tephritidae) to Putrescine and Ammonium Bicarbonate Lures

Alkaloids in plants and root cultures of Atropa belladonna overexpressing putrescine N‐methyltransferase

Jasmonate Induction of Putrescine N-Methyltransferase Genes in the Root of Nicotiana sylvestris

Expression of Atropa belladonna Putrescine N-Methyltransferase Gene in Root Pericycle

Silicon-moderated K-deficiency-induced leaf chlorosis by decreasing putrescine accumulation in sorghum

High efficiency detection of bi-stranded abasic clusters in γ-irradiated DNA by putrescine

The putrescine analogue (E)-1,4-diaminobut-2-ene reduces DNA methylation in the plant pathogenic fungus Pyrenophora avenae

Spatial distribution of free and conjugated polyamines in leaves of Solanum melongena L. associated with differential morphogenetic capacity: efficient somatic embryogenesis with putrescine

Putrescine differently influences the effect of salt stress on polyamine metabolism and ethylene synthesis in rice cultivars differing in salt resistance

Use of Cold On-Column Injection for the Analysis of Putrescine and Cadaverine by Gas Chromatography

 

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An amine associated with putrifying tissue that has been suggested as a growth factor for mammalian cells in culture. It binds strongly to DNA and is the metabolic precursor of the polyamines spermine and spermidine.

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