Cat. No. 2371
Alternative Name: Maximakinin
Biological ActivityPotent bradykinin receptor agonist. Highly selective for mammalian arterial smooth muscle bradykinin receptors, displaying ~ 50-fold greater potency than bradykinin. Elicits dose-dependent contractile effects in smooth muscle of guinea pig ileum (EC50 = 4.0 nM).
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Lee et al (2005) Cloning of bradykinin precursor cDNAs from skin of Bombina maxima reveals novel bombinakinin M antagonists and a bradykinin potential peptide. Regul.Peptides 127 207.
O'Rourke et al (2004) The smooth muscle pharmacology of maximakinin, a receptor-selective, bradykinin-related nonadecapeptide from the venom of the Chinese toad, Bombina maxima. Regul.Peptides 121 65.
Lai et al (2001) A novel bradykinin-related peptide from skin secretions of toad Bombina maxima and its precursor containing six identicals copies of the final product. Biochem.Biophys.Res.Comm. 286 259.
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