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1984). Proenkephalin B (also termed prodynorphin) contains three copies of [Leu 5]enkephalin, in addition to a series of larger opioid peptides which have been isolated from the pituitary and brain such as a-neo-endorphin, ~-neo-endorphin, dynorphin A, dynorphin 1-8, dynorphin B (= rimorphin), dynorphin H2~a common precursor for dynorphin A and dynorphin B (Goldstein 1984). Within these precursor molecules the opioid peptide seq uences are flanked by pairs of basic aminoacids (in some cases by only a single basic amino acid) which are known to be sites of attack for proteolytic enzymes (Turner 1984, Fricker 1985) (see Fig.
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