Catalog No.S3668 Synonyms: TP5
Molecular Weight(MW): 679.77
Thymopentin has immuno-regulatory activities. The immuno-regulatory actions of thymopentin on peripheral T cells are mediated by intracellular cyclic GMP elevations in contrast to the intracellular cyclic AMP elevations induced in precursor T cells that trigger their further differentiation to T cells.
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|Description||Thymopentin has immuno-regulatory activities. The immuno-regulatory actions of thymopentin on peripheral T cells are mediated by intracellular cyclic GMP elevations in contrast to the intracellular cyclic AMP elevations induced in precursor T cells that trigger their further differentiation to T cells.|
TP5 displays concentration-dependent inhibitory effects on the proliferation and colony formation of HL-60 cells. the decrease or even disappearance of AgNORs from nucleoli is observed in HL-60 cells after the treatment with TP5. The suppression induced by TP5 is accompanied by an accumulation of cell cycle in the G0/G1 phase. Moreover, TP5 significantly increases the NBT-reduction activity of HL-60 cells. TP5 has induced differentiation along the granulocytes lineage in HL-60 cells. TP5 increases the expression of CD4 and CD8 markers on the surface of human thymocytes.
|In vivo||TP5 is able to markedly stimulate the activity of immune system cells in healthy animals. It activates the production of a number of cytokines (IL1α, IL2, IL6, IL10, IFNγ), NO, Hsp70 and Hsp90 in mature cells of the peripheral immune system of mice (peritoneal macrophages and spleen lymphocytes).|
|In vitro||DMSO||100 mg/mL (147.1 mM)|
|Water||100 mg/mL (147.1 mM)|
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