Cat. No. 1998
Biological ActivityPotent, metabolically stable neurotensin receptor agonist peptide (IC50 = 0.15 nM for inhibition of [125I]-NT binding to neonatal mouse brain; EC50 = 1.9 nM for contraction of guinea pig ileum). Produces long-lasting hypothermic, neuroprotective and analgesic effects in mice following central administration in vivo.
(Modifications: Lys-1 - Lys-2 peptide bond replace with Ψ(CH2-NH))
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Lugrin et al (1991) Reduced peptide bond pseudopeptide analogues of neurotensin: binding and biological activities, and in vitro metabolic stability. Eur.J.Pharmacol. 205 191. PMID: 1812009.
Dubuc et al (1992) JMV 449: a pseudopeptide analogue of neurotensin-(8-13) with highly potent and long-lasting hypothermic and analgesic effects in the mouse. Eur.J.Pharmacol. 219 327. PMID: 1425958.
Torup et al (2003) Neuroprotective effect of the neurotensin analogue JMV-449 in a mouse model of permanent middle cerebral ischaemia. Neurosci.Lett. 351 173. PMID: 14623134.
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