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coli strains equipped with a new synthetic N-demethylation operon could be useful for reclaiming nutrient-rich byproducts of coffee bean processing and for cost-effective bioproduction of methylxanthine drugs.
3 Intravenous aminophylline Theophylline and its water-soluble salt, aminophylline, are methylxanthine derivatives that have largely fallen out of favour due to their narrow therapeutic index and potentially severe side-effects, such as cardiac arrhythmias or convulsions.
Horrid heartburn Chocolate contains methylxanthine, which in some people results in a pleasant buzz sensation, but can, in some cases, make hearts beat faster and also cause acid heartburn by relaxing the muscle between the oesophagus and the stomach allowing acid to return causing pain.
The methylxanthine beverages andfoods : chemistry, composition, and health effect.
For that reason, it has been my practice to reserve high-dose iodine therapy for women who do not respond to more conservative measures such as methylxanthine avoidance and supplementation with vitamin E.
The news emerged on the day Bolt's training partner Yohan Blake, who tested positive for methylxanthine in June, was withdrawn from the Jamaican team.
Sprinters Yohan Blake, Marvin Anderson and Sheri-Ann Brooks as well as Allodin Fothergill and Lansford Spence had tested positive for the stimulant methylxanthine.
Theophylline, a methylxanthine, affords moderate bronchial smooth muscle relaxation.