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Summary Expression Phenotypes Gene Literature (13) GO Terms (3) Nucleotides (87) Proteins (38) Interactants (19) Wiki

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Opioid peptides, CRF, and urocortin in cerebrospinal fluid-contacting neurons in Xenopus laevis., Calle M, Claassen IE, Veening JG, Kozicz T, Roubos EW, Barendregt HP., Ann N Y Acad Sci. April 1, 2005; 1040 249-52.

Cloning and characterization of Xen-dorphin prohormone from Xenopus laevis: a new opioid-like prohormone distinct from proenkephalin and prodynorphin., Pattee P, Ilie AE, Benyhe S, Toth G, Borsodi A, Nagalla SR., J Biol Chem. December 26, 2003; 278 (52): 53098-104.

Analyzing the radiation of the proenkephalin gene in tetrapods: cloning of a Bombina orientalis proenkephalin cDNA., Dores RM, Costantino D, Walnutt J, Danielson PB, Lecaude S., Peptides. December 1, 2001; 22 (12): 2021-5.

Processing of proenkephalin-A in bovine chromaffin cells. Identification of natural derived fragments by N-terminal sequencing and matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization-time of flight mass spectrometry., Goumon Y, Lugardon K, Gadroy P, Strub JM, Welters ID, Stefano GB, Aunis D, Metz-Boutigue MH., J Biol Chem. December 8, 2000; 275 (49): 38355-62.

Organization of proenkephalin in amphibians: cloning of a proenkephalin cDNA from the brain of the anuran amphibian, Spea multiplicatus., Lecaude S, Alrubaian J, Sollars C, Propper C, Danielson P, Dores RM., Peptides. March 1, 2000; 21 (3): 339-44.

Cloning of proopiomelanocortin from the brain of the african lungfish, Protopterus annectens, and the brain of the western spadefoot toad, Spea multiplicatus., Lee J, Lee J, Lecaude S, Danielson P, Sollars C, Alrubaian J, Propper CR, Lihrmann I, Vaudry H, Dores RM., Neuroendocrinology. July 1, 1999; 70 (1): 43-54.

Invertebrate proenkephalin: delta opioid binding sites in leech ganglia and immunocytes., Salzet M, Stefano GB., Dev Biol. September 12, 1997; 768 (1-2): 224-32.

Characterization of Xenopus laevis proenkephalin gene., Wong M, Rius RA, Loh YP., Brain Res Mol Brain Res. October 1, 1991; 11 (3-4): 197-205.

Differential association of endogenous proenkephalin-derived peptides with membranes of microsomes from rat striatum, adrenal medulla and heart ventricle., Vindrola O, Ase A, Aloyz R, Saravia F, Finkielman S, Nahmod VE., J Mol Endocrinol. October 1, 1990; 5 (2): 175-83.

Steady-state levels of pro-dynorphin-related end-products from the brain of the amphibian, Xenopus laevis., Sei CA, Richard R, Dores RM., Brain Res. February 6, 1989; 479 (1): 162-6.

Immunocytochemical analysis of proenkephalin-derived peptides in the amphibian hypothalamus and optic tectum., Merchenthaler I, Maderdrut JL, Lázár G, Gulyás J, Petrusz P., Dev Biol. July 28, 1987; 416 (2): 219-27.    

Differentiating effects of murine nerve growth factor in the peripheral and central nervous systems of Xenopus laevis tadpoles., Levi-Montalcini R, Aloe L., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. October 1, 1985; 82 (20): 7111-5.              

Polymorphism and absence of Leu-enkephalin sequences in proenkephalin genes in Xenopus laevis., Martens GJ, Herbert E., Nature. July 19, 1984; 310 (5974): 251-4.

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