Electroencephalographic effects of two short chain ACTH analogues

A. Tartara, P. Bo, M. Maurelli, F. Savoldi, G. Murialdo

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Abstract

The effects of two short chain ACTH analogues, tetracosactide 1-24, eptadecapeptide 1-17, on EEG, behaviour and temperature of the rabbit are studied. The behaviour and temperature effects of two compounds are quite similar. The EEG synchronizing action is more evident when tetracosactide 1-24 is administered. This fact suggests that the aminoacids 18-24 might be important in affecting electric cerebral activity.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFarmaco, Edizione Scientifica
Pages476-478
Number of pages3
Volume36
Edition6
Publication statusPublished - 1981

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Tartara, A., Bo, P., Maurelli, M., Savoldi, F., & Murialdo, G. (1981). Electroencephalographic effects of two short chain ACTH analogues. In Farmaco, Edizione Scientifica (6 ed., Vol. 36, pp. 476-478)