Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Neuropeptides and Stress

Neuropeptides Antagonists, Stress and Alcohol Seeking

Select Neuropeptides can help moderate stress and related Alcohol seeking behaviors. The authors of this study reference use of our ppENK and proDYN Neuropeptides: J.R. Schank,B.S. Nelson,R. Damadzic,J.D. Tapocik,M. Yao,C.E. King,K.E. Rowe,K. Cheng,K.C. Rice,M. Heili. Neurokinin-1 receptor antagonism attenuates neuronal activity triggered by stress-induced reinstatement of alcohol seeking. doi:10.1016/j.neuropharm.2015.07.009.

Image: Mouse striatum stained with D2 cell marker Enkephalin (RA14124) in green and with neuronal marker NeuN in red courtesy of Dr Heike Rebholz of City College of New York.

Our Pain/Inflammation Antibodies are widely used and frequently referenced in studies of stress and the intersection between stress and pain.

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