Tyramine is an organic compound that is not only widely found in plants and animals but is also a common amino acid in our food. Tyramine can be converted from tyrosine, the appearance of white or white crystalline powder, soluble in ethanol, water, benzene, and xylene slightly soluble, tyramine is mainly used in the field of medicine, can play the contraction of the uterus, and peripheral nerve, pressure and other functions.
Tyramine is a flammable substance, and it can irritate the eyes, skin, and respiratory system. Appropriate safety precautions should be taken when using, transporting, and storing tyramine, such as wearing safety goggles, proper gloves, and appropriate protective equipment. When storing tyramine, argon can be used to seal it and keep it away from light to avoid exposure to air for a long time. Otherwise, tyramine will be transformed into octopamine, which will affect its function.