International Journal of Applied Science and Engineering
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G. Purna Chandra Nagaraju*, G. Lakshmi Vara Prasad, and P. Sreenivasula Reddy

Department of Biotechnology, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati –517 502, India


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Eyestalk neuropeptides play an important role in regulating wide variety of physiological processes in crustaceans. The neuropeptides belonging to the crustacean hyperglycemic hormone (CHH) family, influence the secretion of ecdysteroids and methyl farnesoate (MF) and in turn regulate molting and reproduction. Using MF secretion by Mandibular organ (MO) as bioassay two peptides with distinctive Mandibular organ-inhibiting hormone (MO-IH) activity was identified. Among these one peptide possesses hyperglycemic activity.


Keywords: eyestalk neuropeptides; mandibular organ; Mandibular organ-inhibiting hormone.


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Accepted: 2005-02-22
Available Online: 2005-04-03


Cite this article:

Chandra Nagaraju, G.-P., Vara Prasad, G.-L., Sreenivasula Reddy, P. 2005. Isolation and characterization of mandibular organ–inhibiting hormone from the eyestalks of freshwater crab, Oziotelphusa senex senex. International Journal of Applied Science and Engineering, 3, 61–68. https://doi.org/10.6703/IJASE.2005.3(1).61


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