PMID: 6154244Apr 10, 1980Paper

Peptidergic neurones

Nature
T HökfeltM Schultzberg

Abstract

More than 20 peptides have been identified in neurones of the brain, spinal cord and periphery. In several cases a peptide occurs together with a 'classical' transmitter in the same neurone. This raises new questions about the process of neurotransmission and may have important implications for our understanding and treatment of mental disorders.

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