Relaxin-3 and receptors in the human and rhesus brain and reproductive tissues.

@article{Silvertown2010Relaxin3AR,
  title={Relaxin-3 and receptors in the human and rhesus brain and reproductive tissues.},
  author={Josh D. Silvertown and Anton Neschadim and H N Liu and Patrick Shannon and Jagdeep Singh Walia and Jessica C H Kao and Janice Robertson and Alastair J. S. Summerlee and Jeffrey A. Medin},
  journal={Regulatory peptides},
  year={2010},
  volume={159 1-3},
  pages={44-53}
}
Evidence suggests that relaxin-3 may have biological functions in the reproductive and central nervous systems. To date, however, relaxin-3 biodistribution has only been investigated in the mouse, rat, pig and teleost fish. Characterizing relaxin-3 gene structure, expression patterns, and function in non-human primates and humans is critical to delineating its biological significance. Experiments were performed to clone the rhesus macaque orthologues of the relaxin-3 peptide hormone and its… CONTINUE READING

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