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Egg Laying Hormone, aplysia

Synonyms Aplysia egg laying hormone (ELH)
Description Egg-laying hormone (ELH) is a neuropeptide synthesized by the bag cell neurons, Egg-laying hormone (ELH) induces egg laying and its correlated behavior in Aplysia californica. Egg-laying hormone (ELH) has been purified to homogeneity and Egg-laying hormone (ELH)'s primary structure has been determined. Egg-laying hormone (ELH) have 36 amino acid residues with a Mr of 4385 and a calculated isoelectric point of 9.7. Egg Laying Hormone of Aplysia induces a voltage-dependent slow inward current carried by Na+ in an identified motoneuron.
Sequence
{ILE}{SER}{ILE}{ASN}{GLN}{ASP}{LEU}{LYS}{ALA}{ILE}{THR}{ASP}{MET}{LEU}{LEU}{THR}{GLU}{GLN}{ILE}{ARG}{GLU}{ARG}{GLN}{ARG}{TYR}{LEU}{ALA}{ASP}{LEU}{ARG}{GLN}{ARG}{LEU}{LEU}{GLU}{LYS}-NH2
Sequence Shortening ISINQDLKAITDMLLTEQIRERQRYLADLRQRLLEK-NH2
Molecular Formula C190H329N59O57S1
C Terminal NH2
Molecular Weight 4384.2

Purity > 95%
Gmp Flag 0
Storage Store at -20°C. Keep tightly closed. Store in a cool dry place.
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Cat. No. RP10583
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0.5 mg $90.00