Endorphina

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Endorphina (-ae, f.)[1] (e verbis endogenum et morphinum) est peptidum opio simile et endogenum, quod est neurotransmissor.[2] In Vertebratis a glandula pituitaria et hypothalamo per commotionem (sive vulgo excitationem) producitur[3], dolorem, conditum cibum manducandum, amorem, et orgasmum[4][5]. Similis est opiatorum propter facultatem analgesiae et sali sensús producendi.


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Nota[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. David Morgan. "ADUMBRATIO LEXICI ANGLICI ET LATINI" 
  2. Oswald Steward (2000). Functional neuroscience. p. 116 
  3. "The Reality of the "Runner's High"". UPMC Sports Medicine. University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences 
  4. "'Sexercise' yourself into shape". Health. BBC News. 2006-02-11 
  5. "Get more than zeds in bed -". Mind & body magazine - NHS Direct. UK National Health Service