VOPROSY MEDITSINSKOI KHIMII (ISSN 0042-8809)

Effect of stress, infarction and adaptation to brief exposure to stress on opioid peptide levels in the brain

   
Meerson F.Z., Dmitriev A.D., Zayatz V.I., Rozhitskaia I.I., Kizim E.A.
PubMed Id: 4090363
Year: 1985  Volume: 31  Issue: 5  Pages: 32-34
Content of beta-endorphine, Met- and Leu-encephalines was studied in various brain regions and in adrenal glands after long-term immobilization stress, after myocardial infarction and during prolonged gradual adaptation to short-term stressory affects. Acute stressory conditions, myocardial infarction or, especially distinct adaptation to short-term stressory affects were shown to cause an accumulation of opioid peptides in brain structures and in adrenal glands. This increase in opioid peptides accumulated as a tissue reserve appears to elevate the body resistance to subsequent injuring affects.
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Meerson, F. Z., Dmitriev, A. D., Zayatz, V. I., Rozhitskaia, I. I., Kizim, E. A. (1985). Effect of stress, infarction and adaptation to brief exposure to stress on opioid peptide levels in the brain. Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii, 31(5), 32-34.
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