Michael R. W. Bommer

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The acute effects of experimentally elevated triiodothyronine (T3) serum levels were investigated in 14 healthy male subjects. After oral application of 100 micrograms triiodothyronine on 3 consecutive days a battery of neuropsychological tests and rating scales for mood and bodily complaints were administered. Results show slight mood disturbances but no(More)
The nicotine-induced release of catecholamines and opioid peptides from bovine chromaffin cells is inhibited by the amidated opioid peptide amidorphin. The active site of this inhibitory activity is located at the peptide's C-Terminus, which is, in contrast to the N-terminal sequence TYR-GLY-GLY-PHE, not responsible for the opioidergic activity of opioid(More)
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