Cat. No. 1845
Biological ActivityAnnexin/lipocortin 1-mimetic peptide; inhibits leukocyte extravasation. Reduces neutrophil adhesion and emigration, promotes detachment of neutrophils from activated mesenteric endothelium and accelerates epithelial wound repair after induced colonic injury in mice in vivo. Anti-inflammatory.
Licensing InformationSold under license from The William Harvey Research Institute
(Modifications: Ala-1 = N-terminal Ac)
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Leoni et al (2015) Annexin A1-containing extracellular vesicles and polymeric nanoparticles promote epithelial wound repair. J.Clin.Invest. 125 1215. PMID: 25664854.
Perretti and Gavins (2003) Annexin 1: an endogenous anti-inflammatory protein. News Physiol.Sci. 18 60. PMID: 12644621.
Lim et al (1998) Promoting detachment of neutrophils adherent to murine postcapillary venules to control inflammation: effect of lipocortin 1. Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.U.S.A. 95 14535. PMID: 9826735.
Perretti et al (1993) Lipocortin-1 fragments inhibit neutrophil accumulation and neutrophil-dependent edema in the mouse. A qualitative comparison with an anti-CD11b monoclonal antibody. J.Immunol. 151 4306. PMID: 8409403.
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Citations are publications that use Tocris products. Selected citations for Ac2-26 include:
Fredman et al (2015) Targeted nanoparticles containing the proresolving peptide Ac2-26 protect against advanced atherosclerosis in hypercholesterolemic mice. Sci Transl Med 7 275ra20. PMID: 25695999.
Leoni et al (2015) Human neutrophil formyl peptide receptor phosphorylation and the mucosal inflammatory response. Hum Mol Genet 97 87. PMID: 25395303.
Dalli et al (2012) Annexin A1 N-terminal derived Peptide ac2-26 exerts chemokinetic effects on human neutrophils. Front Pharmacol 3 28. PMID: 22403546.
Brancaleone et al (2011) Evidence for an anti-inflammatory loop centered on polymorphonuclear leukocyte formyl peptide receptor 2/lipoxin A4 receptor and operative in the inflamed microvasculature. J Immunol 186 4905. PMID: 21398608.
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