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Neuropeptides in Alzheimer's disease.Academic Article Why?
Angiotensin II reduces food intake by altering orexigenic neuropeptide expression in the mouse hypothalamus.Academic Article Why?
Localized retinal neuropeptide regulation of macrophage and microglial cell functionality.Academic Article Why?
Activin and bone morphogenetic proteins are present in perinatal sensory neuron target tissues that induce neuropeptides.Academic Article Why?
Acute histamine-induced flux of airway liquid: role of neuropeptides.Academic Article Why?
Adaptation to extreme stress: post-traumatic stress disorder, neuropeptide Y and metabolic syndrome.Academic Article Why?
Cortical somatostatin, neuropeptide Y, and NADPH diaphorase neurons: normal anatomy and alterations in Alzheimer's disease.Academic Article Why?
Differential sparing of somatostatin-neuropeptide Y and cholinergic neurons following striatal excitotoxin lesions.Academic Article Why?
Homocysteic acid lesions in rat striatum spare somatostatin-neuropeptide Y (NADPH-diaphorase) neurons.Academic Article Why?
Laminar distribution of neuropeptide Y-immunoreactive neurons in human prefrontal cortex during development.Academic Article Why?
Low baseline and yohimbine-stimulated plasma neuropeptide Y (NPY) levels in combat-related PTSD.Academic Article Why?
Nedocromil preserves neuropeptides in neurons associated with airway smooth muscle and reduces adenovirus-induced airway hyperreactivity.Academic Article Why?
Neuroimmunomodulation and immune privilege: the role of neuropeptides in ocular immunosuppression.Academic Article Why?
Neuroimmunomodulation in immune privilege: role of neuropeptides in ocular immunosuppression.Academic Article Why?
Novel neuropeptide Y processing in human cerebrospinal fluid from depressed patients.Academic Article Why?
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