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The University of Southampton
Institute for Life Sciences

Neuropeptides in the brain Seminar

Origin: 
Biological Sciences
Time:
17:00
Date:
18 February 2013
Venue:
Building 85 Room 2207

For more information regarding this seminar, please telephone Beatrice Murphy on 023 8059 5374 or email B.J.Murphy@southampton.ac.uk .

Event details

Neuropeptides are small regulatory proteins that have a key role in the functioning of the brain and nervous system and are involved in reproduction, development, (learning) behaviour, digestion, excretion, locomotion, circadian clock regulation.

This talk will describe the use of genetic model organisms to unravel the core role played by neuropeptides in animal physiology.

essential for functioning brains and nervous systems
Neuropeptides

Speaker information

Professor Liliane Schoofs, Faculty of Science. University of Leuven

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