Experientia

, Volume 33, Issue 4, pp 548–552

The delta sleep inducing peptide (DSIP). Comparative properties of the original and synthetic nonapeptide

Authors

  • M. Monnier
    • Physiological InstituteUniversity of Basel
    • Research Division, Department of SurgeryKantonsspital Basel
  • L. Dudler
    • Physiological InstituteUniversity of Basel
    • Research Division, Department of SurgeryKantonsspital Basel
  • R. Gächter
    • Physiological InstituteUniversity of Basel
    • Research Division, Department of SurgeryKantonsspital Basel
  • P. F. Maier
    • Physiological InstituteUniversity of Basel
    • Research Division, Department of SurgeryKantonsspital Basel
  • H. J. Tobler
    • Physiological InstituteUniversity of Basel
    • Research Division, Department of SurgeryKantonsspital Basel
  • G. A. Schoenenberger
    • Physiological InstituteUniversity of Basel
Studiorum Progressus

DOI: 10.1007/BF01922266

Cite this article as:
Monnier, M., Dudler, L., Gächter, R. et al. Experientia (1977) 33: 548. doi:10.1007/BF01922266

Summary

Both the original and the synthetic nonapeptide Trp-Ala-Gly-Gly-Asp-Ala-Ser-Gly-Glu enhance, in recipient rabbits, spindle and delta EEG activity as in orthodox slow wave sleep.

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© Birkhäuser Verlag 1977