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Isolation, identification and synthesis of locustamyoinhibiting peptide (LOM-MIP), a novel biologically active neuropeptide from Locusta migratoria
The concentration-dependence of CRF-like diuretic peptide: mechanisms of action.
- T. Clark, T. Hayes, G. Holman, K. Beyenbach
- Biology, MedicineThe Journal of experimental biology
- 1 June 1998
Low concentrations of CCRF-DP cause a mild diuresis, apparently via Ca2+-mediated effects on paracellular Cl- transport, and high concentrations cause a strong diureis via cAMP- mediated effects on active transcellular Na+ transport in addition to the effects on the parace cellular pathway.
Isolation and Identification of a Sulfakinin-Like Peptide, with Sequence Homology to Vertebrate Gastrin and Cholecystokinin, from the Brain of Locusta Migratoria
A neuropeptide with a blocked N-terminus and related to leucosulfakinins I and II from the Madeira roach has been isolated from an extract of 9000 brain complexes of Locusta migratoria and stimulates the motility of the cockroach hindgut.
Locustatachykinin I and II, two novel insect neuropeptides with homology to peptides of the vertebrate tachykinin family
Locustatachykinin III and IV: two additional insect neuropeptides with homology to peptides of the vertebrate tachykinin family
Leucokinins, a new family of ion transport stimulators and inhibitors in insect Malpighian tubules.
A neurohormone regulating both methyl farnesoate synthesis and glucose metabolism in a crustacean.
- L. Liu, H. Laufer, Y. Wang, T. Hayes
- Biology, ChemistryBiochemical and biophysical research…
- 28 August 1997
A neuropeptide which inhibits MF synthesis from the neurohemal organ-sinus gland X-organ complex of the spider crab Libinia emarginata was isolated.
Locustakinin, a novel myotropic peptide from Locusta migratoria, isolation, primary structure and synthesis
Structure-activity relationships for inhibitory insect myosuppressins: Contrast with the stimulatory sulfakinins