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Astressin

Synonyms [D-Phe12, Nle21,38,,Glu30, Lys33]-Corticotropin Releasing Factor fragment 12-41
Description Astressin is an amino-terminal truncated analog of CRF that retains high affinity binding to the extracellular domain of the receptor and is believed to act as a neutral competitive antagonist of receptor activation.
Cas No 170809-51-5
Sequence
{d-PHE}{HIS}{LEU}{LEU}{ARG}{GLU}{VAL}{LEU}{GLU}{NLE}{ALA}{ARG}{ALA}{GLU}{GLN}{LEU}{ALA}{GLN}{GLU}{ALA}{HIS}{LYS}{ASN}{ARG}{LYS}{LEU}{NLE}{GLU}{ILE}{ILE}-NH2
Molecular Formula C161H251N49O42
C Terminal NH2
Disulfide Bridge Peptide beta bond: Glu30-Lys33
Molecular Weight 3563.16

Purity > 95%
Format Bridge Peptide,beta,bond,Glu30-Lys33
Gmp Flag 0
Storage Store at -20°C. Keep tightly closed.
Note

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Klausner AP, et al. The role of corticotropin releasing factor and its antagonist, astressin, on micturition in the rat. Auton Neurosci. Dec 2005; 123(1-2): 26-35.

SI Khan., etc. Feeding response following central administration of chicken vasoactive intestinal peptide in chicks. Gen Comp Endocrinol. 2013 Jan;S0016-6480(13):00009-9.

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Cat. No. RP10980
Size
Price
0.5 mg $119.00