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  1. ...neuropeptides released by the nervous system (Bjurholm et  al. 1988a,b, Hill & Elde 1991). Further, autocrine and paracrine factors are produced and released locally as a result of metabolism, perfusion pressure or shear stress acting on the vascular wall (Hill et  al. 2001) and on bone cells as a r ~~~
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  3. ...neuropeptides was previously observed within the hypothalamus, specifically in the Arc (Li et al. 2013) and in the ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus (VMH) (Gao et  al. 2017). Our findings demonstrate that i.c.v. nesfatin-1 increases the expression of Pomc mRNA as well as Mc3 and Mc4 receptors ~~~
  4. ...neuropeptides that regulate appetite and food intake, thereby modulating energy homeostasis and feeding behavior. Nicotine has also been shown to change the levels of certain peptides in the periphery, by acting on nAChRs located in taste, visceral and nociceptive vagal afferent pathways, which also ~~~
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  7. ...neuropeptides in the postnatal rat. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 296 R631–R639. Cowley MA, Pronchuk N, Fan W, Dinulescu DM, Colmers WF & Cone RD 1999 Integration of NPY, AGRP, and melanocortin signals in the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus: ~~~
  8. ...neuropeptides co-expressed in the mammalian hypothalamus and coordinately control GnRH signaling. We have found that Nkb and kisspeptin neurons are distinct in the teleost, striped bass (STB) and capitalized on this phenomenon to study the mode of action of Nkb and its related neuropeptide-F (Nkf), ~~~
  9. ...neuropeptides and gonadotropinreleasing hormone (GnRH), the fish pituitary synthesizes and releases gonadotropins (GtHs). Follicle-stimulating hormone (Fsh) stimulates the recruitment and growth of early follicles and activates the synthesis and uptake of vitellogenin by E2 secretion, whereas lutein ~~~
  10. ...neuropeptides (orexin, ghrelin, leptin and insulin) also exhibit daily oscillations (Patton & Mistlberger 2013, Tinoco  et  al. 2014, Challet 2015, Sánchez-Bretaño et al. 2015a, Schibler et al. 2015). Circadian clocks were once thought to be located only in the central nervous system. However, incre ~~~
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