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Harmane (harman) is a bio-active β-Carboline and monoamine oxidase inhibitor found in coffee and tobacco smoke. Harmane is strongly associated with Essential Tremor, one of the most common neurological diseases in the elderly.
- Human monoamine oxidase enzyme inhibition by coffee and beta-carbolines norharman and harman isolated from coffee Life Sci. 2006 Jan 18;78(8):795-802. Epub 2005 Aug 31.
- Human monoamine oxidase is inhibited by tobacco smoke: β-carboline alkaloids act as potent and reversible inhibitors Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications Volume 326, Issue 2, 14 January 2005, Pages 378–386.
-  Highest concentrations are found in cooked meat (chicken, beef, pork and fish).
- Harman (1-methyl-beta-carboline) is a natural inhibitor of monoamine oxidase type A in rats
- Effect of harmane, an endogenous β-carboline, on learning and memory in rats
- Action of harman (1-methyl-beta-carboline) on the brain: body temperature and in vivo efflux of 5-HT from hippocampus of the rat
- Quantification of the neurotoxic beta-carboline harmane in barbecued/grilled meat samples and correlation with level of doneness
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