Creative Peptides has compiled a list of scientific papers and patents relating to part of our Core Products. Here is a list, from Creative Peptides, of scientific papers and patents related to our Core Products.
To better scan through the literature, there is a summary (if applicable) after each reference written by Creative Peptides, intending to display a general idea of the publication to provide a brief interpretation of the information within the publication.
Weisenfluh, Scott Alan, Ketan Desai, and Sandra Kroposky. "Emu oil in combination with other active ingredients for treating skin imperfections." U.S. Patents Application 13/156,308. Dec 13, 2012
The patent describs that Acetyl Glutamyl Heptapeptide, Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-3,Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, and Palmitoyl Terapeptide-3 can be obtained from Creative Peptides.
Meshik, Xenia, et al. "SERS spectrum of the peptide thymosin‐β4 obtained with Ag nanorod substrate." Journal of Raman Spectroscopy (2014).
In the paper, the Thymosin-β4 acetate was supplied by Creative Peptides.
Atrux-Tallau, Nicolas, et al. "Quantitative Analysis of Ligands Effects on Bioefficacy of Nanoemulsion encapsulating Depigmenting Active." Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces (2014).
In the paper,Creative Peptides supplied palmitoyl–glycine–glutamine–proline-arginine (GQPR) for compounding Nanoemulsion formulation.
Jansen, Katarina Bartoš, Susan Lynn Baker, and Marcelo Carlos Sousa."Crystal Structure of BamB from Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Functional Evaluation of Its Conserved Structural Features." PloS one 7.11 (2012): e49749.
In the paper, the peptide derived from the β-barrel of LamB: DFHGYARSGIGWT (>98% pure), which was dissolved in 50% DMSO and then subjected to buffer exchange on a PD-G10 column equilibrated in buffer A,was synthesized by Creative Peptides.
Wu, Lin, et al. "GLP-1, exendin-4 and C-peptide regulate pancreatic islet microcirculation, insulin secretion and glucose tolerance in rats." Clinical science 122.8 (2012): 375-384.
In the paper, the C-peptide was supplied by Creative Peptides. The C-peptide was used for IPGTT (intraperitoneal glucose tolerance test).
Zhang, Leshuai W., Grainne A. McMahon Tobin, and Rodney L. Rouse. "Oleic acid andglucose regulate glucagon-like peptide 1 receptor expression in a rat pancreatic ductal cell line." Toxicology and applied pharmacology 264.2 (2012): 274-283.
In the paper, Exenatide (Ex4) was supplied by Creative Peptides.
Sankaran, Sindhuja, SuranjanPanigrahi, and SankuMallik. "Odorant binding protein based biomimetic sensors for detection of alcohols associated withSalmonellacontamination in packaged beef." Biosensors and Bioelectronics 26.7 (2011): 3103-3109.
In the paper, a peptide sequence which is part of LUSH protein was supplied by Creative Peptides, NY. The purity of the peptide sequence as reported by Creative Peptides based on high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) analysis was about 93%.
Frick, Inga-Maria, et al. "Constitutive and inflammation-dependent antimicrobial peptides produced by epithelium are differentially processed and inactivated by the commensal Finegoldia magna and the pathogen Streptococcus pyogenes."The Journal of Immunology 187.8 (2011): 4300-4309.
In the paper, hBD-2 and hBD-3 were supplied by Creative Peptides.