Cat. No. 4422
Biological ActivityN-terminally acylated analog of LF 11 (Cat. No. 4421). Displays enhanced antibacterial and LPS-binding activities.
(Modifications: Phe-1 = CH3-(CH2)10-CO-NH-Phe, Arg-11 = C-terminal amide)
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References are publications that support the products' biological activity.
Rosenfeld et al (2010) Effect of the hydrophobicity to net positive charge ratio on antibacterial and anti-endotoxin activities of structurally similar antimicrobial peptides. Biochemistry 49 853. PMID: 20058937.
Zweytick et al (2006) Influence of N-acylation of a peptide derived from human lactoferricin on membrane selectivity. Biochim.Biophys.Acta 1758 1426. PMID: 16616888.
Andra et al (2005) Enhancement of endotoxin neutralization by coupling of a C12-alkyl chain to a lactoferricin-derived peptide. Biochem.J. 385 135. PMID: 15344905.
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