Avian galanin: cloning of complementary DNAs and characterization of transcripts in different tissues.

Abstract

Avian galanin was first isolated from the chicken intestine, and subsequently from the quail oviduct. Avian galanin is a 29-residue peptide including an amidated threonine at the C-terminus and differs at several positions from the C-terminal part of mammalian galanins. In contrast to extensive mammalian studies, no information is available on the structure… (More)

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@article{Kohchi2000AvianGC, title={Avian galanin: cloning of complementary DNAs and characterization of transcripts in different tissues.}, author={Chie Kohchi and Kazuyoshi Tsutsui}, journal={The Journal of experimental zoology}, year={2000}, volume={287 2}, pages={183-90} }