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Six novel peptides from the piscivorous cone snail, Conus parius were purified by reverse-phase HPLC fractionation of crude venom. With the use of matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization mass spectrometry and standard Edman sequencing methods, the peptides were characterized. Two peptides...
The peptide apelin is expressed in the pulmonary vasculature and is involved in the pathogenesis of many cardiovascular diseases. It has a biphasic role in the regulation of vasomotor tone related to the vascular endothelium. In this study, we induced acute pulmonary embolism (APE) in dogs with...
So far numerous antimicrobial peptides have been characterized from amphibians. In this work, a new family of antimicrobial peptides, named shuchin, was purified and characterized from skin secretions of the frog, Rana shuchinae that lives in freezing mountains. Totally two members of shuchin...
Research highlights &z.rtrif; Perfusion of hyposmolar solution into the atria increased the ANP secretion. &z.rtrif; Ang-(1–7) decreased the hyposmolarity-induced ANP secretion via Na + –K + pump. &z.rtrif; In DM atria, the response of ANP secretion to hyposmolar solution was robustly...
Antimicrobial peptides are predominantly small cationic polypeptides that are classified together on the basis of these molecules to directly kill or inhibit the growth of microorganisms including mycobacteria, and to activate mechanisms of cellular and adaptive immunity. Various families of...
S-thanatin, an analog of thanatin, was synthesized by substituting the 15th amino acid of threonine with serine, which showed a broad antimicrobial activity against bacteria. We reported earlier that membrane phospholipid was found to be the target for S-thanatin with different mechanism from...
Research highlights &z.rtrif; In this report we studied the bactericidal activity of human β-defensin 2 (hBD-2), a 41-amino acid cationic peptide of the innate immune system that serves as antimicrobial molecule. We determined the bactericidal activity of synthetic hBD-2 against nosocomial...
Alzheimer disease (AD) patients show alterations in both neuronal network oscillations and the cognitive processes associated to them. Related to this clinical observation, it has been found that amyloid beta protein (Aβ) differentially affects some hippocampal network activities, reducing theta...
Research highlights &z.rtrif; We propose that the novel Y4 receptor agonist BVD-74D has suppressive effects on food intake, water intake, and weight gain in normal mice fed with normal diets and on food intake in normal mice fed with high-fat diets and in FLS-ob/ob mice. &z.rtrif; These findings...
Research highlights &z.rtrif; The paper is the first one in literature to deeply analyze expression and actions of adiponectin in the rat adrenal gland through different experimental approaches.
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