Gastrin Releasing Peptide

Gastrin-releasing peptide (GRP) is a 27 amino acid regulatory neuropeptide that is an agonist for gastrin-releasing peptide receptor and is implicated in both physiological and pathophysiological processes, including release of gastrin from G cells of the stomach and the regulation of gastric acid secretion and enteric motor function. It also has a role in the circadian system, regulating light signaling to the master circadian oscillator in the hypothalamus. Negative feedback regulator of fear, and may also mediate stress.

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92-1057 0.5 mg $240.00

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Gastrin Releasing Peptide
Compound Type
≤ -20◦C
Cells were plated in a 96-well plate and stimulated with a control agonist, using the assay conditions described below. Following stimulation, signal was detected according to the recommended protocol.