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RI-STAD 2 is an AKAP disruptor. Selectively binds PKA-RI with high affinity (KD values are 6.2 and 12.1 nM for the RIα and β subunits, respectively) and blocks its interaction with AKAP. Inhibits type I PKA-mediated phosphorylation in live cells. Cell permeable.
(Modifications: Leu-1 = NH2-PEG3-CH2-CO-Leu, X = (S)-2-(4-pentenyl)alanine, X-2 and X-6 stapled together with a double bond)
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Wang et al (2015) PKA-type I selective constrained peptide disruptors of AKAP complexes. ACS Chem.Biol. 10 1502 PMID: 25765284
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