Neuropeptide Y1 subtype pharmacology of a recombinantly expressed neuropeptide receptor.

Abstract

Neuropeptide Y (NPY) is an important central and peripheral modulator of neural and endocrine functions. This neuropeptide interacts with at least two pharmacologically distinct receptors, termed Y1 and Y2. At Y1 receptors, the NPY analog [Leu31,Pro34] NPY, but not the carboxyl-terminal fragment NPY-(18-36), displaces radiolabeled NPY and the sequence… (More)

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@article{Krause1992NeuropeptideYS, title={Neuropeptide Y1 subtype pharmacology of a recombinantly expressed neuropeptide receptor.}, author={Jane Krause and Corpeleijn Eva and P. H. Seeburg and Rolf Sprengel}, journal={Molecular pharmacology}, year={1992}, volume={41 5}, pages={817-21} }