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Neuromedin U exists as multiple isoforms (eg. 25 and 8 amino acids in humans) in some mammals, but only as a single isoform (eg. 23 amino acids in rats) in others. The relative contribution of the different isoforms to the biological function of neuromedin U is generally not well understood. Neuromedin U, like many neuroactive peptides, is amidated at the C-terminus. The sequence of neuromedin U-23 in rats is: YKVNEYNGPVAPSGGFFLFRPRN-(NH2) 
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Brighton PJ, Szekeres PG, Willars GB (2004). Neuromedin U and its receptors: structure, function, and physiological roles. Pharmacol. Rev. 56 (2): 231–48.
Angiotensin - Bombesin/Neuromedin B - Calcitonin gene-related peptide - Carnosine - Delta sleep-inducing peptide - FMRFamide - Galanin - Gastrin releasing peptide - Kinins (Bradykinin, Tachykinins ) - Neuromedin (B, N, U) - Neuropeptide Y - Neurophysins - Neurotensin - Opioid peptide - Pancreatic polypeptide - Pituitary adenylate cyclase activating peptide
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