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Acetylcholine and tachykinins
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mRNA expression of tachykinins
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are neuropeptides or proteins expressed throughout the nervous and immune systems, where they participate in many cellular and physiological processes and have been linked to multiple diseases, including chronic inflammation, cancer, infection and affective and addictive disorders.
, prostaglandins and histamine are the main secretions of carcinoids.
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Cys-LTs amplify action potential-dependent release of tachykinins
such as substance P from airway afferent nerve fibers and LTRAs inhibit such release.