Leu-enkephalin modulates the migration inhibition of mouse splenocytes induced by cAMP-elevating agents.

The ability of Leu-enkephalin (LENK) to alter random migration of mouse spleen cells was tested in vitro and in vivo. Incubation of the cells with LENK (10(-14) M-10(-7) M) for 1 h at 37 degrees C suppressed the migration. The dose-response was irregular, showing two peaks in the physiological concentration range: 10(-10) M, and 10(-13)-10(-14) M… CONTINUE READING