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  1. Cat.No. Product Name Information
  2. GC37984 β-Amyloid (1-42), rat
  3. GC61394 β-Amyloid (1-42), rat TFA
  4. GC61988 β-amyloid (12-28) (TFA)
  5. GC39466 β-Amyloid 15-21
  6. GC37991 β-Amyloid 15-21
  7. GC34242 β-Amyloid (1-42), rat TFA
  8. GC31146 β-Amyloid (10-35), amide
  9. GC31129 β-Amyloid 1-16 (Amyloid β-Protein (1-16))
  10. GC31171 β-Amyloid 1-28 (Amyloid β-Protein (1-28))
  11. GC30325 β-Amyloid 22-35 (Amyloid β-Protein (22-35))
  12. GC31137 β-Amyloid 29-40 (Amyloid beta-protein(29-40))
  13. GC31179 β-Amyloid 31-35
  14. GA20024 (7-Diethylaminocoumarin-3-yl)carbonyl-Amyloid β-Protein (1-40) Amyloid β-protein (1-40) that is N-terminally modified with the fluorescent dye (7-diethylaminocoumarin-3-yl)carbonyl (DAC or DEAC). This derivative can be utilized to assess the binding properties of amyloid β-protein (1-40) for various membranes since it behaves very similar to the native peptide. In aqueous environments the fluorophore is almost non-fluorescent whereas binding to membranes results in an increase in fluorescence intensity (Λex = 430 nm, Λem = 470 nm). Increases in the GM1 ganglioside and cholesterol content in the lipid bilayers facilitated the binding of this peptide. For phosphatidylcholine and phosphatidylserine no affinity was observed.
  15. GA20029 (Arg¹³)-Amyloid β-Protein (1-40) H13R, a mutation in the metal-binding region of Abeta reduces its copper-mediated toxicity. The native rodent sequence containing an arginine at this position is more tolerant to metals than the human amyloid peptide.
  16. GA20030 (Arg⁶)-Amyloid β-Protein (1-40) The English (H6R) mutation of β-amyloid peptides accelerates fibrillation without increasing protofibril formation. Ono et al. showed that the English and Tottori mutations alter Abeta assembly at its earliest stages, monomer folding and oligomerization, and produce oligomers that are more toxic to cultured neuronal cells than are wild type oligomers. The exchange of His? by Arg influences the structure of the Cu(II) complex formed by Aβ peptides.
  17. GA20038 (Asn²³)-Amyloid β-Protein (1-40) The Iowa (D23N) mutant of Aβ 40 considerably more rapidly assembles in solution to form fibrils than the WT Aβ sequence. These fibrils also show a different structure, which could be responsible for their increased toxicity.
  18. GA20039 (Asn⁶⁷⁰,Leu⁶⁷¹)-Amyloid β/A4 Protein Precursor₇₇₀ (667-675) SEVNLDAEF corresponds to the mutant junctional sequence of the amyloid precursor protein (APP) found in a Swedish family with early-onset Alzheimer's disease, therefore referred to as the 'Swedish' mutation (K670N/M671L). The peptide has been used for assaying cleavage at leucine-aspartate by cathepsin G and chymotrypsin, whereas neither cathepsin B, D nor L generated any products.
  19. GA20040 (Asn⁶⁷⁰,Leu⁶⁷¹)-Amyloid β/A4 Protein Precursor₇₇₀ (667-676) This peptide substrate corresponds to the 'Swedish' Lys-Met/Asn-Leu (K670N/M671L) mutation of the amyloid precursor protein (APP) β-secretase cleavage site. It has been used for assaying β-secretase activity.
  20. GA20041 (Asn⁶⁷⁰,Sta⁶⁷¹,Val⁶⁷²)-Amyloid β/A4 Protein Precursor₇₇₀ (662-675) Amyloid precursor protein (APP) β-secretase from human brain cleaves full-length APP at the amino terminus of the amyloid β-protein (Aβ) sequence, thus leading to the generation and extracellular release of β-cleaved soluble APP and a corresponding cell-associated carboxy-terminal fragment. The subsequent cleavage of the C-terminal fragment by γ-secretase(s) leads to the formation of Aβ. This new peptide represents a potent substrate analog inhibitor of APP β-secretase with IC?? = 30 nM.
  21. GA20042 (Asn⁷)-Amyloid β-Protein (1-40) The Tottori (D7N) mutation of β-amyloid peptides accelerates fibrillation without increasing protofibril formation. Ono et al. showed that the English and Tottori mutations alter Abeta assembly at its earliest stages, monomer folding and oligomerization, and produce oligomers that are more toxic to cultured neuronal cells than are wild type oligomers.

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