hexapeptide

hex·a·pep·tide

(hek'să-pep'tīd),
A peptide containing six amino acid residues.
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In brief, the N-terminal hexapeptide of the hemoglobin [beta] chain is enzymatically cleaved by the proteolytic enzyme endoproteinase Glu-C before analysis.
Removal of the N-terminal hexapeptide from human beta2-microglobulin facilitates protein aggregation and fibril formation.
Parker F, Migliore-Samour D, Floc'h F, Zerial A, Werner GH, Jolles J, Casaretto M, Zahn H, Jolles P (1984) Immuno stimulating hexapeptide from human casein: amino acid sequence, synthesis and biological properties.
Julien Farel Magnifique Fortifying Serum contains a hexapeptide said to increase melanin and stimulate pigmentation.
Powered by their scientifically developed Hexapeptide, Magnifique stimulates the pigmentation process, boosting natural melanin levels to slow the graying of hair and improve hair's youthful texture and appearance.
2]S reduces the cysteine disulfide bond contained in the synthesized hexapeptide but does not sulfurate any of the 20 free amino acids, including cysteine.
Interestingly the identified variants (Figure 2) correspond to the second and third positions of the hexapeptide tethered ligand that activates the receptor following cleavage.
Effect of pancreatic polypeptide and its C-terminal hexapeptide on meal and secredn induced pancreatic accretion in dogs.
ProteoMiner (combinatorial hexapeptide ligand library beads, PM), molecular mass standards, SDS-PAGE precast gels, Dc protein assay kit and electrophoresis apparatus for one-dimensional electrophoresis were from Bio-Rad Laboratories (Hercules, CA).
On the in vitro and in vivo activity of a new synthetic hexapeptide that acts on the pituitary to specifically release GH.
Replenishes oxygen lost during the day using ingredients including Padina Pavonica and anti-ageing Hexapeptide, stimulating collagen synthesis, increasing oxygen levels and providing anti-oxidant protection.