Fragile X mental retardation protein is required for programmed cell death and clearance of developmentally-transient peptidergic
neurons (S1-positive) form at the base of the anterolateral arms during larval arm resorption and may be involved in metamorphosis (Cisternas and Byrne, 2003).
However, sustained repetitive activation finally resulted in inhibition of inflammation as well as nociceptive responses through desensitization of nociceptive peptidergic
sensory neurons (40).
Professor Jekely, the lead researcher of the study, believes that a peptidergic
signaling system allows a very high complexity of the behavioural organisation.
Acquisition of cholinergic and peptidergic
properties by sympathetic innervation of rat sweat glands requires interaction with normal target.
 Cerebroprotein hydrolysate (CH) is a unique neurotrophic peptidergic
mixture produced by standardised enzymatic breakdown of lipid-free porcine brain proteins.
EdingerWestphal neurons and the energy-dependent stress response.
Livnat, "Nordarenergic and peptidergic
innervation of lymphoid tissue," Journal of Immunology, vol.
Irradiated skin can be linked to altered lymph flow, dysfunctional neuroimmune signaling due to reduction in peptidergic
And the sensory neuron could regulate MC3T3-E1 cells through exocytosis of glutamate and substance P, and it was confirmed that the peptidergic
neurons were involved in this process .
Burnstock, "Progressive changes in adrenergic, serotonergic, and peptidergic
nerves in proximal colon of streptozotocin-diabetic rats," Gastroenterology, vol.
Munoz, "Chromogranin A, a soluble synaptic vesicle protein, is found in cortical neurons other than previously defined peptidergic
neurons in the human neocortex," Brain Research, vol.