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CHEMBL1269805     (2S)-2-[[(2S)-2-[[(2S)-2- amino-5...

Synonyms: AC1L97OK, C01952, Poly-L-arginine
 
 
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  • Similarly, leukocyte desensitization also inhibited histamine release induced by anti-IgE but not by formyl-L-methionyl-L-leucyl-L-phenylalanine or poly-L-arginine [20].
  • 4. In vitro capsaicin-induced desensitization failed to attenuate the contractile response to poly-L-arginine, suggesting little, if any role for sensory neuropeptides in the functional response in the guinea-pig [21].
  • Variable temperature circular dichroism (CD) and gel electrophoresis results revealed that the association and dissociation of PNIPArg/DNA complexes could be tuned by varying temperature; polyarginine (PArg) showed no temperature-controllable change of DNA condensate [22].
  • In contrast, when the serosal surface of the trachea was treated with poly-L-arginine, there was no modification of either methacholine-induced contraction or KCl-induced relaxation [23].
  • In the present study, mixed liposomes of dihexadecyl phosphate sodium salt:phosphatidylcholine:cholesterol at a 1:19:9.5 molar ratio were allowed to interact with poly-L-arginine at temperatures below and above the main phase transition of the liposomal membrane [24].
 

Gene context of C01952

  • In agreement with observations previously reported for CAP37, the LPS-enhancing effect of poly-L-arginine was completely abolished upon antibody blockade of the human LPS receptor, CD14 [25].
  • In contrast, heating had no effect on the cytotoxic effects of protamine or poly-L-arginine [26].
  • In order to gain information on the mechanism by which NO2 damages the lung and proteins vital to its function, as well as its reaction with proteins in general, in vitro exposures of alpha-1-proteinase inhibitor (alpha 1PI), elastin, poly-L-lysine, and poly-L-arginine were performed [27].
  • Exposure of mTAL cells to either Ca(o)(2+) or the CaR-selective agonist poly-L-arginine increased TNF-alpha synthesis [28].
  • Challenge with the CaR-selective agonist poly-L-arginine (PLA) also increased COX-2 mRNA accumulation, protein expression, and PGE(2) synthesis [29].
 

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