leu-enkephalin (tyr-gly-gly-phe-leu) is a pentapeptide which compete with and mimic the effects of opiate drugs. It is involved in modulation of nociceptive pain.
Image: Immunofluorescent detection of Leu-Enkephalin in rat spinal cord dorsal horn (red color).
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