Endorphins are endogenous opioid neuropeptides and peptide hormones in humans and other animals. They are produced and stored in the pituitary gland. The classification of molecules as endorphins is based on their pharmacological activity, as opposed to a specific chemical formulation.
|CSN27548||Glycyl-glutamine||13115-71-4||Glycyl-glutamine (Glycyl-L-glutamine), as a enzymatic cleavage product of β-endorphin, is apparently an endogenous antagonist of beta-endorphin(1-31) in several systems. Glycyl-glutamine (Glycyl-L-glutamine) is an activate and stable glutamine-containing neuropeptide over glutamine (Gln).|