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N-terminally extended form of human hemopressin that acts as a selective CB1 receptor agonist. Increases intracellular Ca2+ levels in cells expressing CB1 receptors in vitro. Also high affinity CB2 positive allosteric modulator (Ki = 50 nM).
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|Solubility||Soluble to 1 mg/ml in water|
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Gomes et al (2009) Novel endogenous peptide agonists of cannabinoid receptors. FASEB J. 23 3020 PMID: 19380512
Khurana et al (2017) Modulation of CB1 cannabinoid receptor by allosteric ligands: Pharmacology and therapeutic opportunities. Neuropharmacology 124 3 PMID: 28527758
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