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Male-specific sex-dependent regulatory function of sleep is controlled by NPF and NPFR1 expression in the brain.
Distribution of short neuropeptide F and its receptor in neuronal circuits related to feeding in larval Drosophila.
in males, mating increased, whereas sexual deprivation reduced, NPF levels; propose that activity of the NPF-NPF receptor axis represents the state of the fly reward system and modifies behavior accordingly
Expression of sNPF and its receptor (sNPFR1) in Or42b neurons is necessary for starvation-induced food-search behavior.
expressed in CNS and midgut; a functional receptor for Drosophila neuropeptide F (DmNPF)
NPFR requires an Arg residue at position 4 from the amidated C-terminus for ativation by short NPFs
Results identify a Drosophila signaling system, comprising neurons expressing neuropeptide F and its receptor, NPFR1, that acutely mediates sensitivity to ethanol sedation.
Receptor for NPF. Integral part of the sensory system that mediates food signaling, providing the neural basis for the regulation of food response\; coordinates larval foraging and social behavior changes during development. Required in dopaminergic (DA) neurons that innervate the mushroom body for satiety to suppress appetitive memory performance\; a key factor in the internal state of hunger in the brain. NPF neurons coordinately modulate diverse sensory and motor neurons important for feeding, flight, and locomotion. NPF/NPFR1 pathway exerts its suppressive effect on larval aversion to diverse stressful stimuli (chemical stress and noxious heat) through attenuation of TRP channel-induced neuronal excitation. NPF neural signaling system plays a physiological role in acute modulation of alcohol sensitivity in adults, rather than a general response to intoxication by sedative agents. Activation and inhibition of the NPF system reduces and enhances ethanol preference, respectively. Sexual experience, the NPF system activity and ethanol consumption are all linked\; sexual deprivation is a major contributor to enhanced ethanol preference.
, dNPF receptor
, neuropeptide F receptor 1
, neuropeptide F receptor-1