The RFamide neuropeptide 26RFa and its role in the control of neuroendocrine functions.

@article{Chartrel2011TheRN,
  title={The RFamide neuropeptide 26RFa and its role in the control of neuroendocrine functions.},
  author={N Chartrel and Jessy Alonzeau and David Alexandre and Lydie Jeandel and Rodrigo Alvear-Perez and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Leprince and Jean Boutin and Hubert Vaudry and Y Anouar and C Llorens-cortes},
  journal={Frontiers in neuroendocrinology},
  year={2011},
  volume={32 4},
  pages={387-97}
}
Identification of novel neuropeptides and their cognate G protein-coupled receptors is essential for a better understanding of neuroendocrine regulations. The RFamide peptides represent a family of regulatory peptides that all possess the Arg-Phe-NH2 motif at their C-terminus. In mammals, seven RFamide peptides encoded by five distinct genes have been characterized. The present review focuses on 26RFa (or QRFP) which is the latest member identified in this family. 26RFa is present in all… CONTINUE READING

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