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Title: Neoendorphin  
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Neoendorphins are a group of endogenous opioid peptides derived from the proteolytic cleavage of prodynorphin.[1] They include α-neoendorphin and β-neoendorphin.

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  1. ^ Seizinger BR, Grimm C, Höllt V, Herz A (February 1984). "Evidence for a selective processing of proenkephalin B into different opioid peptide forms in particular regions of rat brain and pituitary". Journal of Neurochemistry 42 (2): 447–57.  

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