Biochemical approaches to the study of peptide actions

During the course of the last decade a considerable number of biologically active peptides has been identified in the nervous system; several of these recently discovered peptides fulfill the criteria for a neurotransmitter function (Hökfelt et al., 1980a); Snyder, 1980; Bloom, 1981; Krieger and Martin, 1981a, b; Krieger, 1983; Krieger et al., 1983. This remarkable expansion in the vocabulary of neurotransmission has generated questions that can be addressed, at least in part, with biochemical approaches


Editor(s):
Boulton, A. A.
Baker, G. B.
Pittman, Q. J.
Published in:
Peptides, 245-297
Year:
1987
Publisher:
Humana Press
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