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PEN (mouse) is a endogenous peptide GPR83 agonist. ProSAAS-derived neuropeptide. Activates phospholipase C (PLC)-mediated signaling cascade in mouse hypothalamus.
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Gomes et al (2016) Identification of GPR83 as the receptor for the neuroendocrine peptide PEN. Sci.Signal. 9 ra43 PMID: 27117253
Mack et al (2019) Neuropeptide PEN and its receptor GPR83: distribution, signaling, and regulation. ACS Chem.Neurosci. 10 1884 PMID: 30726666
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Keywords: PEN (mouse), PEN (mouse) supplier, GPR83, agonists, agonism, neuropeptide, JP05, GPR72, glucocorticoid-induced, receptor, pro-SAAS, (221-242), 6308, Tocris Bioscience
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