Isolation and characterization of a diuretic peptide common to the house fly and stable fly.

Abstract:

:An identical CRF-related diuretic peptide (Musca-DP) was isolated and characterized from whole-body extracts of the house fly, Musca domestica, and stable fly, Stomoxys calcitrans. The peptide stimulates cyclic AMP production in Manduca sexta Malpighian tubules and increases the rate of fluid secretion by isolated Musca domestica tubules. The 44-residue peptide, with a mol.wt. of 5180, is amidated, and has the primary structure: NKPSLSIVNPLDVLRQRLLLEIARRQMKENTRQVELNRAILKNV-NH2. Musca-DP has a high percentage of sequence identity with other characterized CRF-related insect diuretic peptides.

journal_name

Peptides

journal_title

Peptides

authors

Clottens FL,Holman GM,Coast GM,Totty NF,Hayes TK,Kay I,Mallet AI,Wright MS,Chung JS,Truong O

doi

10.1016/0196-9781(94)90059-0

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1994-01-01 00:00:00

pages

971-9

issue

6

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0196-9781

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1873-5169

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0196-9781(94)90059-0

journal_volume

15

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