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Tipo: Articolo in rivista
Titolo: Effect of positive charge in VIP (16)gamma-glutamyl diamino derivatives on hVPAC1 and hVPAC2 receptor function
Anno di pubblicazione: 2008
Autori: De Maria S, Metafora V, Metafora S, Ravagnan G, Carteni M, Pontoni G, Facchiano A, Lepretti M, Severino B, Caliendo G, Santagada V, Langer I, Robberecht P.
Abstract: Increase of VPAC receptor s binding to the (16)gamma-glutamyl diaminopropane vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP-DAP) agonist, a vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP) structural analogue containing a positive charge at position 16, has confirmed the importance of a positive charge at this site. By investigating the effect of distance from the peptide backbone Calpha of a positive charge in position 16, data are reported here concerning: (i) a novel chemical method used for the synthesis of a new family of (16)gamma-glutamyl diamine VIP derivatives differing among them for single carbon atoms and including diaminoethane (VIP-DAE2), diaminopropane (VIP-DAP3), diaminobutane (VIP-DAB4), diaminopentane (VIP-DAP5), and diaminohexane (VIP-DAH6); (ii) functional characterization of these compounds on human VPAC1 and VPAC2 receptors. In more detail, the EC50 and IC50 values, when measured as a function of the alkylic chain length, show in more detail, that the use of VIP-DAB4 derivative changes the IC50 but not the EC50, thus indicating on hVPAC2 receptor an unexpected relationship between binding and activity that differs from that obtained on hVPAC1.
Pagine da: 102
Pagine a: 109
Journal of peptide science
John Wiley & Sons,
Numero volume: 14
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