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Cat. No. Product Name Target Research Area
  • HY-P10064

    Peptides Others
    Akt Substrate (Akt/SKG substrate) is a 7 amino acid synthetic peptide suitable as a substrate for Akt .
  • HY-P10049

    Akt Cancer
    TAT-TCL1-Akt-in is an Akt inhibitor .
  • HY-P0141

    Akt Others
    Akt/SKG Substrate Peptide is a synthetic peptide suitable as a substrate for Akt/PKB, which is not phosphorylated by p70S6K or MAPK1 .
  • HY-P0141A

    Akt Others
    Akt/SKG Substrate Peptide TFA is a synthetic peptide suitable as a substrate for Akt/PKB, which is not phosphorylated by p70S6K or MAPK1 .
  • HY-P1115A

    Akt Others
    AKTide-2T TFA is an excellent in vitro substrate for AKT and shows competitive inhibition of histone H2B phosphorylation with a Ki of 12 nM. AKTide-2T TFA mimics the optimal phosphorylation sequence of Akt and is an inhibitory peptide with the wildtype AKTide lacking Thr in the S22 position .
  • HY-P4860

    Akt Metabolic Disease
    Adropin (34-76) (human, mouse, rat) regulates fuel selection preferences in skeletal muscle. Adropin increases insulin-induced Akt phosphorylation and cell-surface expression of GLUT4, in diet-induced obesity (DIO) mouse.
  • HY-P1844

    Chemerin Receptor Akt ERK Reactive Oxygen Species Amyloid-β Inflammation/Immunology
    Chemerin-9 (149-157) is a potent agonist of chemokine-like receptor 1 (CMKLR1) . Chemerin-9 (149-157) has anti-inflammatory activity. Chemerin-9 (149-157) stimulates phosphorylation of Akt and ERK as well as ROS production. Chemerin-9 (149-157) ameliorates Aβ1-42-induced memory impairmen. Chemerin-9 (149-157) regulates immune responses, adipocyte differentiation, and glucose metabolism .
  • HY-P10105

    Akt Apoptosis Cancer
    TCL1(10-24) is a encompassing the betaA strand of human TCL1. TCL1(10-24) is a Akt inhibitor. TCL1(10-24) interacts with the Akt PH domain prevented phosphoinositide binding and hence inhibits membrane translocation and activation of Akt. TCL1(10-24) inhibits cellular proliferation and anti-apoptosis. TCL1(10-24) has tumor growth in vivo .
  • HY-P0315
    Crosstide
    1 Publications Verification

    Akt Others
    Crosstide is a peptide analog of glycogen synthase kinase α/β fusion protein sequence which is a substrate for Akt.
  • HY-P10090

    Akt PI3K Apoptosis Cancer
    Apoptin-derived peptide is an antitumor polypeptide with cytotoxicity. Apoptin-derived peptide promotes apoptosis and necrosis of gastric cancer (GC) cells by regulating PI3K/AKT/ARNT signaling. Apoptin-derived peptide inhibited the invasion and migration of cancer cells, and inhibited the expression and phosphorylation of the subunit p85 of PI3K, which further inhibited the PI3K/AKT pathway involved in the development of gastric cancer .
  • HY-P5741

    Akt Inflammation/Immunology
    IPL344 protects cells of various types from pro-apoptotic pressures and activates the Akt signaling system. IPL344 can be used for research of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) .
  • HY-120234

    Z-Leu-Leu-Nle-CHO; GSII

    γ-secretase Proteasome Apoptosis Cancer
    Z-LLNle-CHO (Z-Leu-Leu-Nle-CHO) is a γ-secretase inhibitor I. Z-LLNle-CHO induces caspase and ROS-dependent apoptosis by blocking the Akt-mediated pro-survival pathway. Z-LLNle-CHO can be used in cancer research, such as breast cancer and leukaemia .
  • HY-119152

    Insulin Receptor Tyrosinase Akt Others
    CMX-2043 is a novel analogue of α-Lipoic Acid (HY-N0492). CMX-2043 is effective in antioxidant effect, activation of insulin receptor kinase, soluble tyrosine kinase, and Akt phosphorylation. CMX-2043 shows protection against ischemia-reperfusion injury (IRI) in rat model .
  • HY-P4790

    PI3K Akt Metabolic Disease
    Acetyl-Exenatideyes is an acetylated derivative of Exenatide. Exenatide has the function similar to insulin, which can be used for research of type 2 diabetes. Exenatide can promote Th17 differentiation, inhibits Tregs differentiation, downregulates PI3K/Akt/FoxO1 phosphorylation .
  • HY-109556

    Akt ERK Metabolic Disease
    Insulin Detemir is an artificial insulin, shows effect on controlling blood sugar levels. Insulin Detemir stimulates GLP-1 secretion as a consequence of enhanced Gcg expression by a mechanism involving activation of Akt- and/or extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK)-dependent-cat and CREB signaling pathways. Insulin Detemir can be used for type 2 diabetes research .
  • HY-P4322

    ERK Akt Neurological Disease Cancer
    H-Ile-Lys-Val-Ala-Val-OH is one of the most potent active sites of laminin-1. H-Ile-Lys-Val-Ala-Val-OH promotes cell adhesion, neurite outgrowth, and tumor growth. H-Ile-Lys-Val-Ala-Val-OH stimulates BMMSC population growth and proliferation by activating MAPK/ERK1/2 and PI3K/Akt signalling pathways .
  • HY-P3463

    GLP-1 (human)

    GCGR Metabolic Disease Inflammation/Immunology
    Beinaglutide is a human GLP-1 polypeptide that shares almost 100% homology with human GLP-1 (7–36). Beinaglutide displays does-dependent effects in glycemic control, inhibiting food intake and gastric empty and promoting weight loss. Beinaglutide has the potential for the research of overweight/obesity and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) .
  • HY-P5910

    MDM-2/p53 Apoptosis Cancer
    Azurin p28 peptide is a tumor-penetrated antitumor peptide. Azurin p28 peptide redues proteasomal degradation of p53 through formation of a p28: p53 complex. Azurin p28 peptide induces apoptosis or cell cycle arrest. Azurin p28 peptide inhibits p53-positive tumor growths. Azurin p28 peptide shows antiangiogenic effect by inhibiting phosphorylation of VEGFR-2, FAK and Akt .
  • HY-P4685

    Angiotensin Receptor Metabolic Disease
    (Sar1,Ile4,8)-Angiotensin II is a functionally selective angiotensin II type 1 receptor (AT1R) agonist. (Sar1,Ile4,8)-Angiotensin II potentiates insulin-stimulated insulin receptor (IR) signaling and glycogen synthesis. (Sar1,Ile4,8)-Angiotensin II potentiates insulin-stimulated phosphorylation of Akt and GSK3α/β .
  • HY-P1844A
    Chemerin-9 (149-157) (TFA)
    2 Publications Verification

    Chemerin Receptor Akt ERK Reactive Oxygen Species Amyloid-β Inflammation/Immunology
    Chemerin-9 (149-157) TFA is a potent agonist of chemokine-like receptor 1 (CMKLR1) . Chemerin-9 (149-157) TFA has anti-inflammatory activity. Chemerin-9 (149-157) TFA stimulates phosphorylation of Akt and ERK as well as ROS production. Chemerin-9 (149-157) TFA ameliorates Aβ1-42-induced memory impairmen. Chemerin-9 (149-157) TFA regulates immune responses, adipocyte differentiation, and glucose metabolism .
  • HY-P2196A

    Apelin Receptor (APJ) Cancer
    ELA-32(human) TFA is a potent, high affinity apelin receptor agonist (IC50=0.27 nM; Kd=0.51 nM). ELA-32(human) TFA exhibits no binding GPR15 and GPR25. ELA-32(human) TFA activates the PI3K/AKT pathway and promotes self-renewal of hESCs via cell-cycle progression and protein translation. ELA-32(human) TFA also potentiates the TGFβ pathway, priming hESCs toward the endoderm lineage. ELA-32(human) TFA stimulates angiogenesis in HUVEC cells.
  • HY-P1925A
    GO-203 TFA
    2 Publications Verification

    PI3K Reactive Oxygen Species Apoptosis Cancer
    GO-203 TFA is a potent MUC1-C oncoprotein inhibitor. GO-203 TFA is an all D-amino acid peptide that consists of a poly-R transduction domain linked to a CQCRRKN motif that binds to the MUC1-C cytoplasmic tail and blocks MUC1-C homodimerization. GO-203 TFA downregulates TIGAR (TP53-induced glycolysis and apoptosis regulator) protein synthesis by inhibiting the PI3K-AKT-S6K1 pathway. GO-203 TFA induces the production of ROS and loss of mitochondrial transmembrane potential. GO-203 TFA inhibits the growth of colon cancer cells in vitro and as xenografts in nude mice .