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NF71 peptide
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Invented by Piret Arukuusk, at University of Tartu Ly Porosk, at University of Tartu Ülo Langel at University of Tartu

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Catalogue Number 157647
Amino Acid Sequence HHYHHGO(ILLKALKALAKAIL)
Cellular/Tissue Localisation Cell-penetrating peptide to assist delivery of siRNA into cells via endocytosis
Source Solid-phase synthesis
Synonyms NickFect71
Relevance This peptide can be used to transport siRNA into cells. Use of cell-penetration peptides can increase the transport efficiency of extracellular synthetic nucleic acids, such as siRNAs, to help increase concentration of the siRNA at the desired cellular location. This peptide is based on NickFect55 (NF55) which is a peptide that can efficiently transport plasmid DNA into cells in vivo. To improve the efficiency of nucleic acid delivery, this peptide has been developed to improve the intracellular release mechanism resulting in higher local dosage of the cargo.
Antigen/Gene or Protein Targets Other
Notes There is a stearoyl (18-carbon) fatty acid chain attached to the N-terminus of the peptide. The sequence in brackets is attached to the sidechain amino group rather than the α-amino group.
Research Area Gene Expression, Other

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Porosk et al. 2019. Biomater Sci. 7(10):4363-4374. PMID: 31411219.


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Porosk et al. 2019. Biomater Sci. 7(10):4363-4374. PMID: 31411219.


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Piret Arukuusk

Piret Arukuusk

Ly Porosk

Ly Porosk

Ülo Langel

Ülo Langel

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