Isolation, identification and synthesis of locustamyoinhibiting peptide (LOM-MIP), a novel biologically active neuropeptide from Locusta migratoria

@article{Schoofs1991IsolationIA,
  title={Isolation, identification and synthesis of locustamyoinhibiting peptide (LOM-MIP), a novel biologically active neuropeptide from Locusta migratoria
},
  author={Liliane Schoofs and G. Mark Holman and Timothy K. Hayes and Ronald J. Nachman and Arnold de Loof},
  journal={Regulatory Peptides},
  year={1991},
  volume={36},
  pages={111-119}
}
Identification of a Prothoracicostatic Peptide in the Larval Brain of the Silkworm, Bombyx mori *
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A peptide inhibiting ecdysteroid biosynthesis in the PG was isolated from the extracts of 2,000 larval brains of the silkworm, Bombyx mori, using a protocol that included four reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography procedures, which indicates that Bom-PTSP interferes with PTTH-stimulated ecdySTERoidogenesis.
Isolation and primary structure of two sulfakinin-like peptides from the fleshfly, Neobellieria bullata.
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