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Eledoisin-Related Peptide is a tachykinin receptor ligand; analog of substance P.
(Modifications: Met-6 = C-terminal amide)
|Storage||Desiccate at -20°C|
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Gater et al (1982) Relative activities of substance P-related peptides in the guinea-pig ileum and rat parotid gland, in vitro. Br.J.Pharmacol. 75 341 PMID: 6194840
Henry and Sessle (1985) Effects of glutamate, substance P and eledoisin-related peptide on solitary tract neurones involved in respiration and respiratory reflexes. Neuroscience 14 863 PMID: 2581174
Torrens et al (1985) Pharmacological characterisation of two tachykinin binding sites in the rat cerebral cortex. Neuropeptides 6 59 PMID: 2581167
Keywords: Eledoisin related peptide, Eledoisin related peptide supplier, Tachykinin, receptors, ligands, Non-Selective, Neurokinin, Other, 1920, Tocris Bioscience
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