LE WE PMID CA
Dynorphin4120Dynorphin

Addiction (BASKET)

Arcuate nucleus

CRH Corticotropin releasing hormone

Dynorphin

GnRH

Kisspeptin

Leptin

Neurokinin B

Nociceptin

Orexin

Pain (Neurophysiology)

Receptor (Opiate kappa)

Reward (Neurophysiology)

Stress (Neurophysiology)

2001  
1
Mechanisms of induction of persistent nociception by dynorphin.
[11561057] J Pharmacol Exp Ther 299(1): 6-11 (2001)
2007  
2
Dynorphin and the pathophysiology of drug addiction.
[17868902] Pharmacol Ther 116(2): 306-21 (2007)
2009  
3
30 years of dynorphins--new insights on their functions in neuropsychiatric diseases.
[19481570] Pharmacol Ther 123(3): 353-70 (2009)
2009  
4
kappa-Opioid receptor signaling and brain reward function.
[19804796] Brain Res Rev 62(1): 127-46 (2009)
2010  
5
Role of CRF and other neuropeptides in stress-induced reinstatement of drug seeking.
[19631614] Brain Res 1314(-): 15-28 (2010)
2010  
6
The dynorphin/kappa opioid system as a modulator of stress-induced and pro-addictive behaviors.
[19716811] Brain Res 1314(-): 44-55 (2010)
2010  
7
Minireview: kisspeptin/neurokinin B/dynorphin (KNDy) cells of the arcuate nucleus: a central node in the control of gonadotropin-releasing hormone secretion.
[20501670] Endocrinology 151(8): 3479-89 (2010)
2008  
8
Pronociceptive actions of dynorphin via bradykinin receptors.
[18450375] Neurosci Lett 437(3): 175-9 (2008)

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