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She Works Hard for the Money, so She Shouldn't Have to Work Hard for Great Skin

...in cells T ri - P ow e r Pe pt i de H y d ra tor combines intense hydration with the anti-aging benefits of Peptides, neuropeptides and Vitamins A, B, C and E. This formulation helps hydrate and nourish the skin while promoting healthy cell growth and reducing the appearance of fin...

OHSU School of Dentistry uncovers mechanism for dental pain

...hic and inflammatory conditions. The study is posted online ( www.neuropeptidesjournal.com/article/S0143-4179(08)00110-8/abstract ) in the journal neuropeptides and will appear in print issues of that journal in early 2009. Working with researchers in the dental school departments of Endodontology and Inte...

American Academy of Dermatology: How You Feel on the Inside Could be Affecting How You Look on the Outside

...copic level, Dr. Fried added that stress reduction can decrease the release of pro-inflammatory stress hormones and chemicals. For example, release of neuropeptides (or stress chemicals released from the nerve endings) can be reduced with stress management techniques. This often results in skin that looks and func...

Scientists identify another piece of the weight-control puzzle

...gain and obesity. Previous work had primarily focused on identifying the neuropeptides involved in this process. And indeed, this group of neurotransmitters often...y and the study's first author. "However, the deletion of AgRP and NPY [two neuropeptides released from the AgRP neurons] produces little metabolic effect." An ...

Unlocking mysteries of brain cancer, stroke

... From our research into traumatic brain injury and stroke, we believe that neuropeptides (chains of amino acids in the neural tissue) may play a key role in changin...uding cancer cells from infiltrating the brain. We will examine whether neuropeptides play any role in enabling these cancerous cells to cross the blood-brain ba...
neuropeptides in Biological News

Scientists identify 36 genes, 100 neuropeptides in honey bee brains

From humans to honey bees, neuropeptides control brain activity and, hence, our behaviors. Understanding the roles these peptides play in the life of a honey bee will assist researchers in understanding the roles they play in their human counterparts. There are a million neurons in the brain of a...

22nd Congress of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Sept. 12-16, 2009, Turkey

...eases such as multiple sclerosis, Alzheimers and Parkinsons disease (Pachter et al., 2006). In studying how the brain cells, neurotransmitters and neuropeptides interact and communicate with the rest of the body, researchers are working to develop improved treatments for people incapacitated by psychiatric and...
neuropeptides in Biological Technology

Pulmo BioTech Inc. Announces Paper to be Presented at Symposium

...ng scientists from around the world to discuss the most recent developments and future trends in basic and clinical research on a variety of peptides, neuropeptides and G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCR). "We are very pleased that Dr. Dupuis has been chosen to present a paper on our Molecular Imaging technolo...

Getting Ready Corporation and Winston Laboratories, Inc. Announce Completion of Merger

...transmission is then diminished by the subsequent depletion of SP and CGRP from the neuron, coupled with suppression of the synthesis and transport of neuropeptides along the neuron. This press release contains "forward-looking statements," as that term is defined under the Private Securities Litigation Reform A...

Sex Steroid Regulation of Vasopressin Levels Secreted by hNT Neurons*

...ious sex steroids and to varying concentrations of sex steroids. hNT neurons provide opportunities for research in the areas of steroid-responsive neuropeptides and age-related neurodegeneration. Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the American Osteopathic Association and Glaxo-Wellcome for...
neuropeptides in Biological Definition

Neurotransmitter

...naline) from tryptophan : serotonin ( 5ht /5-hydroxytryptamine) from histidine : histamine ( ? ) Polypeptides ( neuropeptides ): Bombesin/GRP: bombesin gastrin releasing peptide (GRP) Gastrins: gastrin cholecystokinin (CCK) Neurohypophyseals : va...
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