Peptides  >  Neurokinins
Neurokinins are part of the tachykinin family of peptides and neuromedins. Neurokinin A and B were originally isolated from porcine spinal cord. Neurokinins (substance P, neurokinin A, neurokinin B) and the neurokinin receptors - NK1 and NK3 - are largely expressed in the nucleus of the solitary tract (NST), where they are involved in the central regulation of visceral function. Neurokinin A is involved in hematopoietic regulation while Neurokinin B is known for its role as the mediator of pain transmission
Ref: Matsuto, T. et al. Neurosci. Res. 2, 105 (1984); Colin, I. et al. Neurosci. 115, 1023 (2002); McCarson, K. et al. Neurosci. 64, 729 (1995).
 Product Size Catalog # US$  
Neurokinin A (4 - 10)
5 mg 24354 $242
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