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Monoamine oxidase B

The MAOB-Gene encodes a mitochondrial, flavin-containing, enzyme involved in oxidative deamination of amines. An association with histamine intolerance is discussed too.

Genetests:

Clinic Method Carrier testing
Turnaround 5 days
Specimen type genomic DNA
Clinic Method Massive parallel sequencing
Turnaround 25 days
Specimen type genomic DNA
Clinic Method Genomic sequencing of the entire coding region
Turnaround 25 days
Specimen type genomic DNA

Related Diseases:

Histamine Intolerance
AOC1
HNMT
MAOA
MAOB

References:

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Chen ZY et al. (1992) Organization of the human monoamine oxidase genes and long-range physical mapping around them.

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Binda C et al. (2002) Structure of human monoamine oxidase B, a drug target for the treatment of neurological disorders.

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Wu RM et al. (2001) The COMT L allele modifies the association between MAOB polymorphism and PD in Taiwanese.

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Checkoway H et al. (1998) A genetic polymorphism of MAO-B modifies the association of cigarette smoking and Parkinson's disease.

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Grimsby J et al. (1997) Increased stress response and beta-phenylethylamine in MAOB-deficient mice.

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Fowler JS et al. (1996) Inhibition of monoamine oxidase B in the brains of smokers.

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Chen K et al. (1993) The deduced amino acid sequences of human platelet and frontal cortex monoamine oxidase B are identical.

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Goldin LR et al. (1982) Segregation and linkage studies of plasma dopamine-beta-hydroxylase (DBH), erythrocyte catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT), and platelet monoamine oxidase (MAO): possible linkage between the ABO locus and a gene controlling DBH activity.

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None (1983) Biochemical genetics of catecholamines in humans.

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Rice J et al. (1984) Platelet monoamine oxidase (MAO) activity: evidence for a single major locus.

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Wyatt RJ et al. (1973) Reduced monoamine oxidase activity in platelets: a possible genetic marker for vulnerability to schizophrenia.

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Bach AW et al. (1988) cDNA cloning of human liver monoamine oxidase A and B: molecular basis of differences in enzymatic properties.

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Mellick GD et al. (1999) Variations in the monoamine oxidase B (MAOB) gene are associated with Parkinson's disease.

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Gassó P et al. (2008) Association of A/G polymorphism in intron 13 of the monoamine oxidase B gene with schizophrenia in a Spanish population.

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Costa-Mallen P et al. () Characterization of the in vitro transcriptional activity of polymorphic alleles of the human monoamine oxidase-B gene.

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Kurth JH et al. (1993) Association of a monoamine oxidase B allele with Parkinson's disease.

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Lenders JW et al. (1996) Specific genetic deficiencies of the A and B isoenzymes of monoamine oxidase are characterized by distinct neurochemical and clinical phenotypes.

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Denney RM et al. (1982) Human liver MAO-A and MAO-B separated by immunoaffinity chromatography with MAO-B-specific monoclonal antibody.

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Kochersperger LM et al. (1986) Assignment of genes for human monoamine oxidases A and B to the X chromosome.

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Levy ER et al. (1989) Localization of human monoamine oxidase-A gene to Xp11.23-11.4 by in situ hybridization: implications for Norrie disease.

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Whibley A et al. (2010) Deletion of MAOA and MAOB in a male patient causes severe developmental delay, intermittent hypotonia and stereotypical hand movements.

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Grimsby J et al. (1991) Human monoamine oxidase A and B genes exhibit identical exon-intron organization.

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Chen K et al. (2004) A spontaneous point mutation produces monoamine oxidase A/B knock-out mice with greatly elevated monoamines and anxiety-like behavior.

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Brunner HG et al. (1993) X-linked borderline mental retardation with prominent behavioral disturbance: phenotype, genetic localization, and evidence for disturbed monoamine metabolism.

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NCBI article

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OMIM.ORG article

Omim 309860 external link
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Wikipedia article

Wikipedia EN (Monoamine_oxidase_B) external link
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