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Pgaipg     2-[[(2S)-1-[(2S,3S)-3-methyl- 2-[[(2S)-2-[2...

Synonyms: AG-K-32510, CTK4C5778, AR-1J3413, AC1L4U9C, 148337-06-8, ...
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Disease relevance of Pgaipg


High impact information on Pgaipg

  • pH- and thermal-dependent conformational transition of PGAIPG, a repeated hexapeptide sequence from tropoelastin [2].
  • VGVAPG desensitized neutrophils to migration induced by PGAIPG confirming that PGAIPG was binding to the 67-kDa receptor [1].
  • Recently, studies utilizing recombinant tropoelastin deletion proteins in conjunction with synthetic peptides identified a second fibroblast receptor binding site, PGAIPG [1].
  • PGAIPG, a repeated hexapeptide of bovine tropoelastin, is a ligand for the 67-kDa bovine elastin receptor [3].
  • Experiments using synthetic peptides contained within these proteins identify a chemotactic peptide, PGAIPG, and a chemokinetic peptide, GAIPG, PGAIPG was identified as a ligand for the bovine elastin receptor [3].

Gene context of Pgaipg


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Pgaipg

  • The thermal-dependent structural change of PGAIPG in aqueous solution or in solid state was also examined by thermal FTIR microspectroscopy [2].


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