Amyloid β-Peptide (12-28) (human)
Cat. No. 1894
Biological ActivityAmyloid β-peptide fragment; minimum section required to bind to brain proteins. Binds with high affinity to α7-nicotinic ACh receptors, and impairs memory retention following central administration in mice in vivo.
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Freir and Herron (2003) Nicotine enhances the depressive actions of A β 1-40 on long-term potentiation in the rat hippocampal CA1 region in vivo. J.Neurophysiol. 89 2917. PMID: 12611941.
Ray et al (1998) Binding of amyloid b-protein to intracellular brain proteins in rat and human. Neurochem.Res. 23 1277. PMID: 9804283.
Flood et al (1994) An amyloid β-protein fragment, A b[12-28], equipotent impairs post-training memory processing when injected into different limbic system structures. Brain Res. 663 271. PMID: 7874511.
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