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The occurrence of indole compounds in Coprinus species

Author: L R Worthen Affiliation: College of Pharmacy, Kingston, Rhode Island; H W Youngken Affiliation: College of Pharmacy, Kingston, Rhode Island; G J Stessel Affiliation: College of Agriculture, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Economic Botany, v16 n4 (196210): 315-318
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Several species of Coprinus mushrooms have been utilized as food, yet reports indicate that 1 of these may produce toxic symptoms when ingested along with alcohol. At the present time, several substances have been implicated as the causative agent of these untoward reactions. Tryptophan and tryptamine have been identified in 3 species of this genus, found growing in Rhode Island, and the amount of tryptamine present  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: L R Worthen Affiliation: College of Pharmacy, Kingston, Rhode Island; H W Youngken Affiliation: College of Pharmacy, Kingston, Rhode Island; G J Stessel Affiliation: College of Agriculture, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
ISSN:0013-0001
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 5656732262
Notes: Supported in part by funds from grant MY-3319 of the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Several species of Coprinus mushrooms have been utilized as food, yet reports indicate that 1 of these may produce toxic symptoms when ingested along with alcohol. At the present time, several substances have been implicated as the causative agent of these untoward reactions. Tryptophan and tryptamine have been identified in 3 species of this genus, found growing in Rhode Island, and the amount of tryptamine present in 2 of these species of fungi has been determined.

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