As a result, in the morning there is a cascade of endogenous opiates, endorphins, and enkephalins.
What does ENK stand for?
ENK stands for Enkephalin
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We have 2 other meanings of ENK in our Acronym Attic
- Everybody Needs Jesus (Victory in Praise Church; Stockton, CA)
- East Northport Jewish Center (East Northport, NY)
- Environnement Jeunesse (Canada)
- Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training
- Euro-NATO Joint Jet Undergraduate Pilot Training
- Eesti Naisjuristide Liit (Estonian: Estonian Women Lawyers Association; est. 2013)
- Extended Nambu-Jona-Lasinio
- Electronic Notary Journal of Official Acts
- European-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training
- Environment and Justice Society (Nepal)
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It seems likely that our enkephalin findings in rats mean that this neurotransmitter may drive some forms of overconsumption and addiction in people.
It seems likely that our enkephalin findings in rats mean that this neurotransmitter may drive some forms of overconsumption and addiction in people," she said.
Here, it triggers cells to release the natural painkiller, enkephalin, to alleviate pain for four to six weeks.
Fink and his colleagues demonstrated that an HSV vector that produces the opioid peptide enkephalin reduces pain-related behavior in animal models of inflammatory pain, neuropathic pain, and pain caused by cancer (Pain Medicine 2009;10:1325-30).
In animal studies, the HSV vector containing the preproenkephalin gene produced enkephalin, which provided a continuous analgesic effect.
Over time, intermittent sugar access causes decreased enkephalin mRNA expression within the nucleus accumbens (Spangler et al.
Tears include a powerful hormone, leucine enkephalin, which regulates pain and other hormones which regulate stress.