By Fred Nyberg
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It is the only member of the family that requires the accessory protein 7B2 for its activation. Neuropeptide Biosynthesis 23 Numerous studies using tumor cells in culture, recombinant enzymes and precursors, and knockout mice have documented the role of these enzymes in proneuropeptide processing. These studies have been complicated by the fact that furin and PC5 knockout mice are embryonic lethals, whereas most PACE4 knockouts are viable but have multiple developmental defects (Creemers and Khatib 2008).
2003). t. into mice, elicit scratching, biting, and licking responses similar to that observed with SP, whereas SP N-terminal fragment, SP(1-7) did not elicit a behavioral response. -injected SP and SP(5-11)-induced behavioral response. The duration of scratching, biting, and licking induced by SP and SP(5-11) was determined over a 5-minute period starting immediately after injection. t. t. injection of SP (100 pmol) or SP(5-11) (100 pmol). Each value represents the mean ± SEM for 10 mice. 01 when compared to SP or SP(5-11) alone.
For instance, SP N-terminal fragments, such as SP(1-7) and SP(1-8), have been shown to modulate or oppose several behaviors elicited by SP (Hall and Stewart 1983). These reports suggest that SP N-terminal fragments are not inactive substances degraded by enzymatic processes. It is of importance to explore the spinal metabolic pathway of SP to elucidate the physiological functions of SP and SP N-terminal fragments as a pain transmitter or modulator. 11: aN IN VItro aNd IN VIVo studY SP was degraded by synaptic membranes of mouse spinal cord (Sakurada, Watanabe, and Sakurada 2004).
Neuropeptides in neuroprotection and neuroregeneration by Fred Nyberg