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  • ...then cleaved enzymatically to yield various peptide fragments. In neurons, neuropeptides are generally packaged within large neurosecretory vesicles, that may be ...he [[arcuate nucleus]] of the hypothalamus makes at least two peptides - [[neuropeptide Y]] and [[agouti-related peptide]] - and uses GABA as a conventional neuro
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  • Neuropeptide Y (NPY) is a 36-amino acid peptide neurotransmitter found in the CNS and a
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  • {{r|Neuropeptide Y}}
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  • [[Neuropeptide]] produced in specific neurons in the [[hypothalamus]].
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  • The regulation of food intake through [[neuropeptide]]s related to [[adrenocorticotropic hormone]].
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  • Anorexigenic neuropeptide, widely expressed in both the central and peripheral nervous systems.
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  • Neuropeptide produced by a subpopulation of neurons in the [[arcuate nucleus]] of the h
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  • Neuropeptide whose best known function is as a hypothalamic factor that inhibits the se
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  • {{r|neuropeptide}}
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  • {{r|neuropeptide}}
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  • {{r|Neuropeptide Y}}
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  • ...eptin. It also inhibits feelings of hunger, perhaps by an interaction with neuropeptide Y. Pharmaceutically exploiting its actions could be a potential method of
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  • {{r|Neuropeptide Y}}
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  • {{r|Neuropeptide}}
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  • {{r|Neuropeptide}}
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  • Neuropeptide Y (NPY) is a 36-amino acid peptide neurotransmitter found in the CNS and a
    467 B (73 words) - 17:47, 22 November 2011
  • ...creted by the [[pituitary gland]]. Many different peptides (often called [[neuropeptide]]s) are also made by subpopulations of neurones in the central and periphe
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  • '''Cocaine and amphetamine regulated transcript''' (CART) is a [[neuropeptide]] which in humans is encoded by the ''CARTPT'' gene. CART is an anorexigen ...from other arcuate neurones that synthesise the orexogenic neuropetides [[neuropeptide Y]] and [[agouti related peptide]], these orexigenic neurones are themsel
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  • ...then cleaved enzymatically to yield various peptide fragments. In neurons, neuropeptides are generally packaged within large neurosecretory vesicles, that may be ...he [[arcuate nucleus]] of the hypothalamus makes at least two peptides - [[neuropeptide Y]] and [[agouti-related peptide]] - and uses GABA as a conventional neuro
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  • ...cleus]] in the mammalian [[hypothalamus]]. The same neurons also produce [[neuropeptide Y]] (NPY). AgRP and NPY are both potent simulators of [[appetite]] when in ...eceptors in the brain, thus it opposes the actions of the satiety-inducing neuropeptide [[alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone]], which is produced by neurones ma
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  • ...hormones (like oxytocin), the distinction between a peptide hormone and a neuropeptide is often ill-defined.
    4 KB (595 words) - 13:21, 8 November 2010
  • ...secreting messengers such as [[nitric oxide]], [[endocannabinoids]] and [[neuropeptide]]s. Different types of neurone differ greatly in their dendritic morpholog
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  • ...opin-releasing hormone neuronal activity ''Endocrinology'' 148:3666-73 ''"Neuropeptide Y (NPY) expression is prominent within the PVN, and previous reports indic ...to the ingestion of carbohydrate ''Brain Res'' 631:97-106 PMID 8298999 ''"Neuropeptide Y (NPY) injection into the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus (PVN) stim
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  • ..., we describe a model that delineates the roles of individual hormonal and neuropeptide signalling pathways in the control of food intake and the means by which o ...rexigenic effects. Additionally the production and release of anorexigenic neuropeptides is stimulated.
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  • *Studies on hypophysiotropic [[neuropeptides]], particularly those regulating the secretion of [[growth hormone]] *Role of monoamines and neuropeptides in reproduction
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  • ...d similarly to fasting and leptin, indicating functional redundancy of the neuropeptide systems in these orexigenic neurons.) ...e stomach. Neuropeptides in the brain that influence food intake, of which neuropeptide Y, agouti gene-related peptide and orexins are stimulatory, while melanoco
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  • ...classified into small-molecule transmitters and neuroactive [[peptides]] (neuropeptides). ===Neuropeptides===
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  • ...erent populations of nerve cells, one of which makes a [[neuropeptide]], [[neuropeptide Y]], which is a very potent orexigen (when injected into the brain it caus ==Neuropeptides==
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  • ...ynthesis of POMC and inhibits production of the orexigenic neuropeptides [[neuropeptide Y]] (NPY) and [[agouti related peptide]] (AgRP), therefore suppressing app ...|500px|''Brain pathways'' Hormones entering the brain act on both POMC and neuropeptide Y neurons, resulting in altered food intake. Activation of neurons in the
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  • ===Neuropeptides===
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  • {{r|Neuropeptide Y}}
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  • ...orexigenic neurons in the arcuate mucleus co-express two neuropeptides: [[neuropeptide Y]] (NPY), and [[Agouti-related peptide]] (AgRP), and these neurones are i ...ry effect on CRF release.<ref>Dimitrov EL ''et al.'' (2006) Involvement of neuropeptide Y Y1 receptors in the regulation of neuroendocrine corticotropin-releasing
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  • ...on SL, Luckman SM. |title=Induction of c-fos messenger ribonucleic acid in neuropeptide Y and growth hormone (GH)-releasing factor neurons in the rat arcuate nucl
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  • ...on to oxytocin and one closely related to vasopressin.<ref>Hoyle CH (1999) Neuropeptide families and their receptors: evolutionary perspectives. ''Brain Res'' 848 ...ease within the brain: a dynamic concept of multiple and variable modes of neuropeptide communication.
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  • ...on to oxytocin and one closely related to vasopressin.<ref>Hoyle CH (1999) Neuropeptide families and their receptors: evolutionary perspectives. ''Brain Res'' 848 ...ease within the brain: a dynamic concept of multiple and variable modes of neuropeptide communication.
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  • ...olves a complex interplay between circulating hormones, neurotransmitters, neuropeptides and nutrients, and the melanocortin system is an important component of t ...ions of α-MSH. AgRP is co-expressed by the orexogenic neurons that make [[neuropeptide Y]] (NPY). MC4 agonists reduce food intake and increase energy expenditure
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  • ...pituitary in response to stimulation by thyrotropin-releasing factor, a [[neuropeptide]] that is secreted by neuroendocrine neurones of the [[paraventricular nuc
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  • ...''et al.''| title = Differential regulation of agouti-related protein and neuropeptide Y in hypothalamic neurons following a stressful event | journal = J Mol En
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  • Many neurons in the NTS synthesise neuropeptides; the noradrenergic neurons of the A2 cell group synthesize and release se
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  • *[http://www.neuroendo.org.uk/content/view/106/11/ Are neuropeptides brain hormones?] Mike Ludwig, ''British Society for Neuroendocrinology''
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  • Dhillo WS ''et al''. (2002) Hypothalamic interactions between neuropeptide Y, agouti-related protein, cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript a ...s E ''et al''. (1995) Regulation of proopiomelanocortin gene expression by neuropeptide Y in the rat arcuate nucleus. ''Brain Research'' 674:112-116 PMID 7773678.
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  • ...ed with the actions of two important regulators of food intake, leptin and neuropeptide"'' ...ed with the actions of two important regulators of food intake, leptin and neuropeptide Y''
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  • ...ame=Dhillo13>Dhillo WS ''et al.'' (2002) Hypothalamic interactions between neuropeptide Y, agouti-related protein, cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript a ...s E ''et al''. (1995) Regulation of proopiomelanocortin gene expression by neuropeptide Y in the rat arcuate nucleus ''Brain Res'' 674:112-116 PMID 7773678</ref>
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  • ...leus]] and the [[olfactory bulb]]. Many of these afferent fibres contain [[neuropeptides]] as well as conventional transmitters, and, for example, [[somatostatin] ...n vasopressin cells). Other co-existing peptides include [[appelin]] and [[neuropeptide Y]]. <ref>Burbach JP ''et al.'' (2001) Gene regulation in the magnocellula
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  • Programming of hypothalamic neuropeptide gene expression in rats by maternal dietary
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  • ...ct levels of the hormones [[leptin]] and [[ghrelin]], as well as central [[neuropeptide Y]] (NPY), and [[proopiomelanocortin]] (POMC) mRNA. Sibutramine treatment
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  • ...ing pregnancy, changes in the expression of the orexigenic neuropeptides [[neuropeptide Y]] (NPY) and [[agouti-related peptide]] (AgRP), and induced [[leptin]] re
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  • ...o acid sequence differs at only two positions (see table below). These two neuropeptides are encoded by genes that arose through duplication approximately 400 mil Here is a table showing the superfamily of vasopressin and oxytocin neuropeptides:
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  • ...peptide Y]] neurons in the arcuate nucleus. This inhibits the secretion of neuropeptide Y and [[agouti-related protein]], potent orexigenic peptides, releasing th
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  • ...e CRH neurones are important regulators of stress responses. Inputs from [[neuropeptide Y]]-containing neurons in the [[arcuate nucleus]] and [[dorsomedial hypoth
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  • ...l regions based on the expression of transcription factors, receptors, and neuropeptides. <ref>Millhouse OE (1973) The organization of the ventromedial hypothalam
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  • ...vances suggest that in addition to CRF itself there is another CRF-related neuropeptide, urocortin, that may be involved in stress-related responses, particularly ...ptin resistant' obesity, perhaps disrupting the balance between leptin and neuropeptide Y to the advantage of the latter. The consequence might be 'stress-eating'
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  • ...de differentially affects the stress-induced transcriptional activation of neuropeptide genes in parvocellular neurosecretory neurons ''Mol Brain Res'' 54:85-91
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  • ...otein-coupled receptors and modulated by a secreted binding protein. These neuropeptides are also released within the brain and influence stress-related behaviors
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  • * Neurons that contain [[neuropeptide Y]] (NPY); another peptide, [[agouti-related protein]] (AGRP); and the inh
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  • ...ldwell HK ''et al.'' (2008) Vasopressin: behavioral roles of an "original" neuropeptide.''Prog Neurobiol'' 84:1-24. PMID 18053631</ref> and [[vasoactive intestina
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  • ====Neuropeptide-modifier==== Memantine is a neuropeptide-modifier that acts on the N-Methyl-D-Aspartate (NMDA) [[cell surface recep
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  • ...ist with various peptides - including [[somatostatin]], [[angiotensin]], [[neuropeptide Y]] and many others. Other afferent neurotransmitters include noradrenalin
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  • ...lations of neurones that regulate [[appetite]] - one of these makes both [[neuropeptide Y]] and [[agouti-related peptide]] and stimulates feeding, while another m
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  • ''[[Peptide tyrosine tyrosine]]'' (PYY) is a peptide belonging to the [[neuropeptide Y]] (NPY) family. PYY is normally released in proportion to calorie intake
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  • ...ct levels of the hormones [[leptin]] and [[ghrelin]], as well as central [[neuropeptide Y]] (NPY), and [[proopiomelanocortin]] (POMC) mRNA. Sibutramine treatment
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  • ...as [[noradrenaline]] and [[dopamine]], or any of more than 100 different [[neuropeptide]]s, such as the [[opioid peptides]], [[neurosteroids]], [[endocannabinoids
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  • * [[Neuropeptide]]
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  • 1. Inhibiting appetite through its actions on the appetite-stimulating [[neuropeptide Y]] (NPY) neurones and the appetite-inhibiting [[proopiomelanocortin]] (PO
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