neurotensin

Tridecapeptide hormone (sequence: ELYENKPRRPYIL) of gastrointestinal tract: has general vascular and neuroendocrine actions.

Neurotensin

Neurotensin is a 13 amino acid neuropeptide that is implicated in the regulation of luteinizing hormone and prolactin release and has significant interaction with the dopaminergic system. Neurotensin was first isolated from extracts of bovine hypothalamus based on its ability to cause a visible vasodilation in the exposed cutaneous regions of anes...
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neurotensin

(from the article `digestive system, human`) Secreted by the N cells of the ileum in response to fat in the small intestine, neurotensin modulates motility, relaxes the lower esophageal ...
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neurotensin

(noor″o-tenĀ“sin) a tridecapeptide that induces vasodilation and hypotension; present in the brain and intestine and postulated to be a neurotransmitter.
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neurotensin

<protein> Tridecapeptide hormone (sequence: ELYENKPRRPYIL) of gastrointestinal tract: has general vascular and neuroendocrine actions. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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neurotensin

Type: Term Pronunciation: nū′rō-ten′sin Definitions: 1. A 13-aminoacyl peptide neurotransmitter found in synapsomes in the hypothalamus, amygdala, basal ganglia, and dorsal gray matter of the spinal cord; plays a role in pain perception but its analgesic effects are not blocked by opioid antagonists; it also affects pituitary ...
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