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Abstract

A group of simple aliphatic diamines and the compounds that derive from them by addition of one or two aminopropyl moieties are commonly called polyamines. This obviously erroneous designation, together with such unsavory names as putrescine and cadaverine for some of the compounds, did not help to put these compounds into the focus of general attention until recently. However, the history of the polyamines is even older than that of the nucleic acids, and a number of famous names are attached to their discovery, among which those of A. van Leeuwenhoek, N. Vauquelin, and, more recently, O. Rosenheim are most prominent.1

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Ornithine Decarboxylase Decarboxylase Activity Polyamine Metabolism Polyamine Biosynthesis Polyamine Oxidase 
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  • N. Seiler
    • 1
  1. 1.Centre de Recherche Merrell InternationalStrasbourgFrance

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