G. Neureuther

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Several lipid-mobilizing peptides occur in the pituitary, among them β-lipotropin and “lipolytic peptide A and peptide B”. The latter two peptides are distinct from β-lipotropin and appear to be chemically related to the neurophysins. Immunohistochemistry has now revealed that the lipolytic peptide B of the pituitary is localized in the ACTH- and MSH-cells.(More)
The effect of long-term treatment over 6 months with beta-pyridylcarbinol on the lipoprotein lipids was investigated in 12 patients with primary type IIa hyperlipoproteinemia. VLDL, LDL and HDL were separated by preparative ultracentrifugation. There was a significant decrease of serum cholesterol and phospholipids. The normal serum triglycerides were(More)
The changes of serum lipoprotein lipids including the phospholipids of twelve hyperlipoproteinemic patients were studied after a four weeks treatment with 1200 mg/day gemfibrozil. There was a decrease of all VLDL lipids as well as of LDL and HDL triglycerides and an increase of HDL cholesterol. The phospholipids were influenced in different directions,(More)