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1980 12
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1982 93
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1984 96
1985 120
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1987 114
1988 124
1989 96
1990 140
1991 104
1992 100
1993 104
1994 108
1995 111
1996 102
1997 97
1998 75
1999 80
2000 85
2001 56
2002 63
2003 74
2004 55
2005 61
2006 69
2007 52
2008 63
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2010 50
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2013 62
2014 58
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2017 38
2018 36
2019 14
2020 0
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KNDy Cells Revisited
Moore AM, et al. Endocrinology 2018 - Review. PMID 30010844 Free PMC article.
Control of the onset of puberty
Livadas S and Chrousos GP. Curr Opin Pediatr 2016 - Review. PMID 27386974
Dynorphins in regulation of immune system functions.
Gein SV. Biochemistry (Mosc) 2014 - Review. PMID 24954590
Dynorphins constitute a family of opioid peptides manifesting the highest affinity for κ-opiate receptors. Immune system cells are known to express a κ-receptor similar to that in the central nervous system, and as a consequence dynorphins are involved in the interaction between cells of the nervous and immune systems. In this review, data on dynorphin structure are analyzed and generalized, the κ-opiate receptor is characterized, and data on the regulation by dynorphins of functioning of the innate and adaptive immunity cells are summarized....
Dynorphins constitute a family of opioid peptides manifesting the highest affinity for κ-opiate receptors. Immune system cells are kn
30 years of dynorphins--new insights on their functions in neuropsychiatric diseases.
Schwarzer C. Pharmacol Ther 2009 - Review. PMID 19481570 Free PMC article.
Pathophysiological mechanisms that may involve dynorphins/kappa opioid receptors include epilepsy, addiction, depression and schizophrenia. ...However, at that time, we had little information on the functional relevance of endogenous dynorphins. This was mainly due to the complexity of the opioid system. ...
Pathophysiological mechanisms that may involve dynorphins/kappa opioid receptors include epilepsy, addiction, depression and schizoph …
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