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K-(D-1-Nal)-FwLL-NH2 is a high affinity and potent ghrelin receptor inverse agonist (Ki values are 4.9 and 31 nM in COS7 and HEK293T cells, respectively). Blocks ghrelin receptor-mediated Gq- and G13-dependent signaling pathways.
(Modifications: X=D-1-Nal,Trp-4 = D-Trp, Leu-6 = C-terminal amide)
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Els et al (2012) An aromatic region to induce a switch between agonism and inverse agonism at the ghrelin receptor. J.Med.Chem. 55 7437 PMID: 22920150
M'Kadmi et al (2015) Agonism, antagonism, and inverse agonism bias at the ghrelin receptor signaling. J.Biol.Chem. 290 27021 PMID: 26363071
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