CCK agonist. Stimulates biosynthesis of pancreatic enzymes in AR4-2J pancreatic cells in vitro. Induces acute pancreatitis in mice. Also enhances proteasome activity in Gdeg mice.
(Modifications: X = Glp, Tyr-4 = Tyr(SO3H), Phe-10 = C-terminal amide)
|Storage||Store at -20°C|
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|Solubility||Soluble to 1 mg/ml in water|
References are publications that support the biological activity of the product.
Murakami et al (2017) Yes-associated protein mediates immune reprogramming in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma. Oncogene 36 1232 PMID: 27546622
Furuyama et al (2016) Proteasome activity is required for the initiation of precancerous pancreatic lesions. Sci.Rep. 6 27044 PMID: 27244456
Pradel et al (1993) Caerulein and gastrin(2-17 ds) regulate differently synthesis of secretory enzymes, mRNA levels and cell proliferation in pancreatic acinar cells (AR4-2J). Biochem.J. 290 219 PMID: 7679894
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Keywords: Caerulein, Caerulein supplier, Cholecystokinin, Receptors, CCK1, CCK2, agonists, pancreatitis, Non-selective, CCK, 6264, Tocris Bioscience
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Dissolve in recommended solvent and 50microgram/ kg, intraperitoneally administered to mice for 5 times to induce acute pancreatitis.
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