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WL 47 - dimer is a high affinity caveolin-1 (CAV1) ligand (Kd = 23 nM); disrupts caveolin-1 oligomers. Exhibits selectivity for CAV1 over BSA, casein and HEWL.
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(Modifications: Disulfide Bridge = 1-1*)
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Gilliam et al (2016) Affinity-Guided Design of Caveolin-1 Ligands for Deoligomerization. J.Med.Chem. 59 4019 PMID: 27010220
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