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GLP-1(7-36), amide acetate  (Synonyms: Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1)(7-36), amide acetate; Human GLP-1 (7-36), amide acetate)

Cat. No.: HY-P0054 Purity: 96.58%
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GLP-1(7-36), amide acetate is a major intestinal hormone that stimulates glucose-induced insulin secretion from β cells.

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GLP-1(7-36), amide acetate Chemical Structure

GLP-1(7-36), amide acetate Chemical Structure

CAS No. : 1119517-19-9

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GLP-1(7-36), amide acetate is a major intestinal hormone that stimulates glucose-induced insulin secretion from β cells.

In Vitro

Cells treated with phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate for 2 h has significantly higher active GLP-1(7-36), amide acetate concentrations in the media than those in the control. The glucose treatment also increases active GLP-1 secretion from cells in dose-dependent manner. Palmitic, oleic, linoleic or linolenic acid dose-dependently stimulated active GLP-1 secretion from cells. Active GLP-1 secretion is significantly greater with unsaturated fatty acids such as oleic, linoleic and linolenic acids than with palmitic acid. The treatment of NCI-H716 cells with CPE dose-dependently increases active GLP-1 concentrations in the media. A 37% increase is observed in active GLP-1 secretion from these cells at a concentration of 0.1 % CPE[1].

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In Vivo

Gastric administration of glucose increases active GLP-1(7-36) amide levels in the portal blood after 10 min, followed by a marked decrease at 30 min. The gastric administration of TO also increases active GLP-1 levels after 10 min, and followed by a decrease to basal levels at 60 min. Individually, glucose and TO increase the secretion of GLP-1 in a dose-dependent manner. Furthermore, the co-administration of glucose and TO additively increase peak GLP-1 levels. CPE-administered mice have higher active GLP-1 levels in the portal blood at 10 and 30 min than those in the control mice. When glucose is administered with CPE, active GLP-1 and insulin levels in the portal blood are slightly higher in CPE-administered mice than in the control mice. High-fat diet-fed C57BL/6J mice develop hyperglycaemia and impair glucose tolerance[1].

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Molecular Weight

3297.64 (free base)






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Powder -80°C 2 years
-20°C 1 year

*In solvent : -80°C, 6 months; -20°C, 1 month (sealed storage, away from moisture and light)

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H2O : ≥ 100 mg/mL

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    Solubility: 25 mg/mL (Infinity mM); Clear solution; Need ultrasonic

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