Cat. No. 4123
Biological ActivityTransferase-deficient neurotrophic fragment of clostridial C3 protein. Promotes axonal and dendritic growth and branching of hippocampal neurons at submicromolar concentrations. Also promotes reinnervation of target tissues in organotypical hippocampal/entorhinal slice cultures. Reduces levels of active neuronal RhoA by a non-enzymatic mechanism. Enhances functional recovery and regeneration in a mouse model of spinal cord injury.
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Holtje et al (2009) A 29-amino acid fragment of Clostridium botulinum C3 protein enhances neuronal outgrowth, connectivity, and reinnervation. FASEB J. 23 1115. PMID: 19047066.
Boato et al (2010) C3 peptide enhances recovery from spinal cord injury by improved regenerative growth of descending fiber tracts. J.Cell Science 123 1652.
Just et al (2011) Therapeutic effects of Clostridium botulinum C3 exoenzyme. Naunyn-Schmied.Arch.Pharmacol. 383 247.
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