O neuropeptídeo kisspeptina e a reprodução animal: uma revisão

Julio Cesar Oliveira Dias, Cristina Mattos Veloso, Rita Flávia Miranda de Oliveira Donzele, Giovanni Ribeiro de Carvalho

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A kisspeptina (Kp) é um neuropeptídeo que tem uma importante ação na regulação da fertilidade de mamíferos, devido a sua potente ação estimulatória sobre a secreção dos hormônios luteinizante (LH) e folículo estimulante (FSH). O objetivo com esta revisão é abordar a síntese da Kisspeptina e a sua sinalização via receptor GPR54, assim como a sua localização no SNC, funções fisiológicas e mecanismos de ação na fisiologia reprodutiva de mamíferos.

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