Chapter 1 Chairman's advent (pages 1–2): G.M. Besser
Chapter 2 The Intermediate Lobe of the Pituitary Gland: advent and history (pages 3–12): Aaron B. Lerner
Chapter three constitution and Chemistry of the Peptide Hormones of the Intermediate Lobe (pages 13–31): Alex N. Eberle
Chapter four comparability of Rat Anterior and Intermediate Pituitary in Tissue tradition: Corticotropin (ACTH) and ??Endorphin (pages 32–54): Richard E. Mains and Betty A. Eipper
Chapter five Processing, Turnover and liberate of Corticotropins, Endorphins and Melanotropin within the Toad Pituitary Intermediate Lobe (pages 55–78): Y. Peng Loh
Chapter 6 ??Endorphin?Related Peptides within the Pituitary Gland: Isolation, identity and Distribution (pages 79–100): D. G. Smyth, S. Zakarian, J. F. W. Deakin and D. E. Massey
Chapter 7 fantastic constitution and Cytochemistry of the Mammalian Pars Intermedia (pages 101–127): M. E. Stoeckel, G. Schmitt and A. Porte
Chapter eight Distribution, Subcellular Localization and identification of Immunoreactive ??Melanotropin within the Pituitary Gland and mind (pages 128–140): I. C. Porter, F. J. H. Tilders, A. Barnea and C. R. Parker
Chapter nine Nature and keep an eye on of Peptide unlock from the Pars Intermedia (pages 141–165): Sue Jackson, J. desire, F. Estivariz and P. J. Lowry
Chapter 10 organic position of the Pars Intermedia in decrease Vertebrates (pages 166–179): Bridget I. Baker
Chapter eleven The Pars Intermedia and the Fetal Pituitary?Adrenal Axis (pages 180–195): R.E. Silman, Cathy highway, Diane Holland, T. Chard, J. Falconer and J. S. Robinson
Chapter 12 capabilities of ??Melanotropin and different Opiomelanocortin Peptides in Labour, Intrauterine progress and mind improvement (pages 196–223): D. F. Swaab and J. T. Martin
Chapter thirteen Pars Intermedia Peptides: experiences in grownup people (pages 224–243): Sally J. Ratter, Lorraine McLoughlin, Glenda Gillies, Vicky Clement?Jones, J. wish and Lesley H. Rees
Chapter 14 organic activities of Melanocyte?Stimulating Hormone (pages 244–262): Mac E. Hadley, Christopher B. Heward, Victor I. Hruby, Tomi ok. Sawyer and younger C. S. Yang
Chapter 15 ? ?Melanotropin and mind functionality (pages 263–276): Jan M. Van Ree, Bela Bohus, Katharina M. Csontos, Willem Hendrik Gispen, Henk M. Greven, Frans P. Nijkamp, Fred A. Opmeer, Guus (A.) A. De Rotte, Tjeerd B. Van Wimersma Greidanus, Albert Witter and David De Wed
Chapter sixteen Melanocyte?Stimulating Hormone and Adaptive Behaviour (pages 277–294): Tjeerd B. Van Wimersma Greidanus, Guus (A.) A. De Rotte, Anthony J. Thody and Alex N. Eberle
Chapter 17 Chairman's last comments (pages 299–300): G.M. Besser
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Eberle: Not an address sequence but rather a potentiating element. It may be important that there is no charged group at the C-terminus; on the other hand, the 30 DISCUSSION balanced hydrophilicity/lipophilicity of the N-terminal -Ser-Tyr-Ser-Met-sequence should not be much altered because otherwise the activity of a-MSH drops. y-MSH, which has hardly any melanotropic activity but has a considerable potentiating effect on the ACTH-induced steroidogenesis. Hudley: Classically, the frog skin assay has been used to measure melanotropic activity of pars intermedia peptides.
84 ml and the column profiles have been adjusted to take this difference into account. Synthetic camel pendorphin was included in the 20 h sample and eluted at fraction 71. experiments indicate that the major labelled 0-endorphin-sized material co-migrates with camel P-endorphin(1-31) (unpublished result); this result is consistent with the immunoassay analysis of anterior pituitary extracts shown in Fig. 1A. Thus, intermediate pituitary cells in culture exhibit a complex processing of @endorphin that is not observed in anterior pituitary cultures.
H 1 interacts well (-) with R 1 and weakly (---) with R 2. H 2 contains two message sequences, both of which are necessary for full stimulation of R 2 (it is not known whether R 2 transduces the signal via one or two pathways). H 3 stimulates with one of its messages R 3 and R 4 (receptors of different tissues having the same topography) and with another message R 5 (a different kind of receptor); the full effect E 4 may depend on simultaneous stimulation of R 4 and R 5 . H 6 and its fragment H 7 interact well only with their own receptors R 6 and R 7 respectively, despite an identical message; truncation at the C-terminus of H 6 charges the topography of the address region.