EMC offers a broad range of synthetic lipopeptides as tools for Toll-like receptor research.
The EMC Biochemicals catalogue includes:
- Lipopeptides for Toll-like receptor 1 and 2 research
TLR 1/2 heterodimers are activated by triacylated lipoproteins and their synthetic lipopeptide analogues.
Pam3Cys-SKKKK is the mostly used synthetic analogue of naturally occuring lipoproteins and often published as reference compound for TLR2/1 activation.
- Synthetic lipopeptides derived from bacterial lipoproteins
The synthetic triacylated lipopeptides represent the N-terminal part Pam3Cys-AAxx of bacterial lipoproteins.
- Lipopeptides for Toll-like receptor 2 and 6 research
TLR 2/6 heterodimers are activated by diacylated lipoproteins and their synthetic lipopeptide analogues.
Pam2Cys-SKKKK is a frequently used synthetic analogue of naturally occuring mycoplasmal lipoproteins.
FSL-1 represents the N-terminal part of the 44-kDa lipoprotein LP44 of Mycoplasma salivarium.
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