Effect of dalargin, a synthetic leu-enkephalin analog, on protein and nucleic acid levels in rainbow trout muscles

@article{Lapteva2004EffectOD,
  title={Effect of dalargin, a synthetic leu-enkephalin analog, on protein and nucleic acid levels in rainbow trout muscles},
  author={T. I. Lapteva and E. V. Mikodina and G. G. Fomina and Yu. B. Filippovich},
  journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={107},
  pages={539-541}
}
The effect of dalargin (D-AlaZ,LeuS,ArgB-enkephalin), a synthetic analog of Leu-enkephaiin, on animals and man is under active study at the present time. We know that dalargin has a marked protective and antistressor effect, that it affects the levels of ACTH, cortisone, and hormones of the pituitary-thyroid complex in the blood plasma and the cAMP concentration in the tissues of the adrenal and thymus glands during stress [3], accelerates regeneration of the head end of planarian worms [7… CONTINUE READING