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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: Eszter László, P. Kiss, Gabriella Horváth, P. Szakály, Andrea Tamás and Dóra Reglődi

Arimura, A., Somogyvári-Vigh, A., Miyata, A., Mizuno, K., Coy, D. H., Kitada, C. (1991) Tissue distribution of PACAP as determined by RIA: highly abundant in the rat brain and testes. Endocrinology 129 , 2787

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: Ádám Simon, János Oláh, István Komlósi, András Jávor, József Németh, Zoltán Szilvássy, Dóra Reglődi, Andrea Tamás and Levente Czeglédi

, A. , Borzsei , R. , Bagoly , T. , Kiss , P. , Horvath , G. , Brubel , R. , Nemeth , J. , Szalontai , B. , Szabadfi , K. ( 2011 ) Presence of pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide (PACAP) in the plasma and milk of

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: K. Csanaky, D. Reglődi, E. Bánki, I. Tarcai, L. Márk, Zs Helyes, T. Ertl, J. Gyarmati, K. Horváth, L. Sántik and Andrea Tamás

Arimura A, Somogyvári-Vigh A, Miyata A, Mizuno K, Coy DH, Kitada C: Tissue distribution of PACAP as determined by RIA: highly abundant in the rat brain and testes. Endocrinology 129, 2787–2789 (1991) Kitada C

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Magyar Sebészet
Authors: Klára Nedvig, Györgyi Szabó, Domokos Csukás, József Sándor, József Németh, Krisztina Kovács, Dóra Reglődi, Ágnes Kemény, György Wéber and Andrea Ferencz

2009 Influence of PACAP on oxidative stress and tissue injury following small bowel autotransplantation J Mol Neurosci 37 168 76

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Introduction Pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide (PACAP or ADCYAP) was isolated from sheep’s hypothalami and characterized by Miyata et al. ( 1989 , 1990 ). It was named on its ability to stimulate adenylate

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Markus M. Heimesaat, Gernot Reifenberger, Viktoria Vicena, Anita Illes, Gabriella Horvath, Andrea Tamas, Balazs D. Fulop, Stefan Bereswill and Dora Reglodi

functions . Pharmacol Rev 52 , 269 – 324 ( 2000 ) 3. Gomariz RP , Juarranz Y , Abad C , Arranz A , Leceta J , Martinez C : VIP-PACAP system

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Introduction Pituitary adenylate cyclase activating polypeptide (PACAP) was first isolated from ovine hypothalamic extracts. Based on the structural homology (68%) of its N-terminal amino acid sequence with the vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) it

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Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
Authors: J. Németh, B. Jakab, R. Józsa, T. Hollósy, A. Tamás, A. Lubics, I. Lengvári, P. Kiss, Zs. Oberritter, B. Horváth, Z. Szilvássy and D. Reglődi

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Pituitary adenylate cyclase activating polypeptide (PACAP) is a widely distributed neuropeptide that has two molecular forms with 38 and 27 amino acid residues. The aim of the present study was to develop a new, highly specific PACAP-27 assay to investigate the quantitative distribution of PACAP-27 in the central nervous system of various vertebrate species applying the same technical and experimental conditions. Our results show that the antiserum used turned to be PACAP-27 specific. The average ID50 value was 51.5±3.6 fmol/ml and the detection limit was 2 fmol/ml. PACAP-27 immunoreactivity was present in the examined brain areas, with highest concentration in the rat diencephalon and telencephalon. Swine and pigeon brain also contained significant amount of PACAP-27. Our results confirm the previously described data showing that PACAP-38 is the dominant form of PACAP in vertebrates, since PACAP-38 levels exceeded those of PACAP-27 in all examined brain areas. Furthermore, our study describes for the first time, the comparative quantitative distribution of PACAP-27 and-38 in the swine and pigeon brain.

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A “null-biopszia” klinikai értéker

Klinikai és kísérletes lehetőségek az átültethető vesék számának növelésére és minőségük javítására

Magyar Sebészet
Author: Péter Szakály

PACAP: The road to discovery Peptides 28 1617 9 . 21. S Shioda

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2861 2889 Seki T, Shioda S, Izumi S, Arimura A, Koide R: Electron microscopic observation of pituitary adenylate cyclase activating polypeptide (PACAP)-containing neurons in the

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