Prion Protein 106-126 (human)
Cat. No. 3491
Biological ActivityPrion peptide fragment that shares many physiochemical features with PrPSc. Exhibits neurotoxicity caused by amplification of PrPC-associated signaling responses and induces NF-κB-mediated apoptosis in the mouse neuroblastoma cell line N2a. Forms β-sheet-rich, insoluble, protease-resistant fibrils and is used as a model to study prion diseases in vitro.
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Bai et al (2008) p75NTR activation of NF-κB is involved in PrP106-126-induced apoptosis in mouse neuroblastoma cells. Neurosci.Res. 62 9. PMID: 18602709.
Pietri et al (2006) Overstimulation of PrPC signaling pathways by prion peptide 106-126 causes oxidative injury of bioaminergic neuronal cells. J.Biol.Chem. 281 28470. PMID: 16864581.
Forloni et al (1993) Neurotoxicity of a prion protein fragment. Nature 362 543. PMID: 8464494.
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Domizio et al (2012) Binding with nucleic acids or glycosaminoglycans converts soluble protein oligomers to amyloid. J Biol Chem 287 736. PMID: 22102410.
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