Insect tachykinin-related peptide (TRP) isolated from Locusta migratoria. Exhibits sequence homology with vertebrate tachykinins.
(Modifications: Arg-9 = C-terminal amide)
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Torfs et al (2000) Characterization of a receptor for insect tachykinin-like peptide agonists by functional expression in a stable Drosophila Schneider 2 cell line. J.Neurochem. 74 2182 PMID: 10800964
Isaac et al (2002) Inactivation of a tachykinin-like peptide: identification of four neuropeptide-degrading enzymes in neuronal membranes of insects from four different orders. Peptides 23 725 PMID: 11897392
Schoofs et al (1990) Locustatachykinin I and II, two novel insect neuropeptides with homology to peptides of the vertebrate tachykinin family. FEB Lett. 261 397
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