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TitleHormonally Active Brain Peptides [electronic resource] : Structure and Function / edited by Kenneth W. McKerns, Vladimir Pantiฤ{135}
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1982
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-9248-8
Descript XVII, 640 p. online resource

CONTENT

1 Structure and Function Relationships among Synthetic Enkephalin Analogues -- 2 Secondary Structure โ{128}{148} Function Relationships in ?-Endorphin: A Proposed Model of the Biologically Active Conformation -- 3 Studies on the Conformation of Neuropeptides -- 4 The Search for the Active Center of the Gonadotropins -- 5 Hormonal Antagonistic Properties of Deglycosylated Pituitary Lutropin -- 6 Hormonal Regulation of and Ionic Requirements for in Vitro Release of Hypothalamic Peptides -- 7 In Vitro Release of Luteinizing Hormone-Releasing Hormone: Influence of Estrogen and a Mammary Carcinogen -- 8 Mode of Opioid and Catecholamine Involvement in Regulating LH Secretion -- 9 Stress, Corticoliberin (CRF), and Glucocorticoids in the Regulations of ACTH Release -- 10 The Role of Steroid Receptors in the Regulation and Integration of Steroid and Peptide Hormone Actions in Common Target Cells: Facts and Speculations -- 11 Effects of Estrogens on Receptor โ{128}{156}Nucleotropyโ{128}{157} and โ{128}{156}Activationโ{128}{157} -- 12 Steroids and Membrane-Associated Events in Neurons and Pituitary Cells -- 13 Electrical Effects of Steroids in Neurons -- 14 Recent Data on Neuropeptide Mapping in the Central Nervous System -- 15 Distribution and Changes in Peptides in the Brain -- 16 In Vitro Synthesis of Hypothalamic Neurophysin Precursors -- 17 Steroid Antagonism of Melanosome Movements Induced by Neuropeptides -- 18 Is VIP a Neuroregulator or a Hormone? -- 19 Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone: Release into Hypophyseal Portal Blood and Mechanism of Action -- 20 Biodegradation of Luteinizing Hormone-Releasing Hormone -- 21 Ultrastructural Characteristics of Proteinergic Synthesis in the Pineal Gland -- 22 Peptidergic Activity of the Pineal Gland in Stress -- 23 Effect of Colchicine on the Stress-Type ACTH Release in Rats -- 24 Genesis and Properties of Pituitary ACTH, MSH, Prolactin, and GH Producing Cells -- 25 Interaction between Thyrotropin-Releasing Hormone and Prolactin-Producing Cells -- 26 Cell-Free Synthesis of Rat Lutropin Subunits -- 27 Cellular Polyproteins from Pituitary and Hypothalamus: Composite Precursors to Oligopeptide Hormones -- 28 Tritium Labeling of Brain Peptides -- Appendix Members of the International Foundation for Biochemical Endocrinology


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