Cat. No. 4611
Biological ActivitySelective formyl peptide receptor 2 (FPR2) antagonist; cell permeable. Selectively inhibits FPR2-mediated NADPH oxidase activity but has no effect on FPR1 signaling in neutrophils. Displays PIP2 binding activity in vitro and blocks cell motility.
(Modifications: Gln-1 = Rhodamine-B)
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Forsman et al (2012) Structural characterization and inhibitory profile of formyl peptide receptor 2 selective peptides descending from a PIP2-binding domain of gelsolin. J.Immunol. 189 629. PMID: 22706076.
Cunningham et al (2011) Cell permeant polyphosphoinositide-binding peptides that block cell motility and actin assembly. J.Biol.Chem. 276 43390. PMID: 11533030.
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