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R-R-0306 DOTA-Octreotide DOTA-Octreotide, also known as DOTA-TOC, is a radiolabeled peptide-based radiopharmaceutical used in diagnostic imaging and targeted therapy for certain neuroendocrine tumors (NETs). price>
R-R-0307 Hynic-TOC Hynic-TOC/Hynic-Toc Trifluoroacetate/Cas257943-19-4 from ruixi. Hynic-TOC, also known as 6-hydrazinonicotinyl-Tyr3-octreotide, is a radiolabeled peptide-based radiopharmaceutical used in nuclear medicine imaging. price>
R-R-0318 NOTA-WL12 NOTA-WL12 is a chelator-peptide conjugate, which can be used in molecular imaging and targeted therapy.NOTA-WL12 can potentially be used in targeted therapy. By attaching therapeutic agents or radioisotopes to the WL12 peptide, it can be used to deliver treatment specifically to the cells or tissues expressing the target protein or receptor, potentially enhancing the efficacy of the treatment and reducing side effects. price>
R-R-0323 Azido cyclic(RGDyK) Azido cyclic(RGDyK) refers to a cyclic peptide sequence containing the RGD motif with an azido functional group attached to it. The addition of the azido group to the cyclic(RGDyK) peptide expands its potential utility in applications such as bioconjugation, molecular imaging, and targeted drug delivery, allowing for precise and selective modifications and conjugations to other molecules or surfaces through bioorthogonal chemistry. price>
R-R-0326 Azido-ApoPep-1 Azido-ApoPep-1 refers to a modified version of a peptide called ApoPep-1 that has been functionalized with an azido group (-N3). The use of azido-ApoPep-1 in research and possibly diagnostics allows for the labeling of apoptotic cells in a highly specific manner and can be helpful to visualize and quantify cell death in diseases like cancer or during therapeutic interventions. price>
R-R-0327 Azido-TAT Azido-TAT likely refers to a molecule with an azide group that is linked to the TAT peptide. The TAT peptide is a short peptide derived from the HIV-1 transactivator of transcription (TAT) protein, and it is known for its ability to translocate across cell membranes. This modification could be useful for applications in drug delivery, targeted imaging, or other biological studies. price>
R-R-0403 Cyclo(Ala-Glu) Cyclo(Ala-Glu)/Cyclo(-Ala-Glu)/Cyclo-L-Ala-L-Glu(OH)/Cyclo(-L-Ala-L-Glu) cas: (16364-36-6) has been reported to have some potential antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. Its ability to scavenge free radicals and modulate inflammatory processes could make it a candidate for further exploration in the development of pharmaceuticals targeting oxidative stress-related conditions or inflammatory disorders. price>
R-R-0411 Cyclo(D-Phe-L-Pro) Cyclo(D-Phe-L-Pro)/CAS:26488-24-4 is a cyclic dipeptide formed by the cyclization of the D-phenylalanine (D-Phe) and L-proline (L-Pro). Cyclic dipeptides have been of interest in pharmacology and medicinal chemistry due to their potential bioactivities and pharmaceutical applications. The specific properties and potential applications of Cyclo(D-Phe-L-Pro) would depend on its structure, and it might be relevant for research and potentially used in pharmaceutical and biomedical fields. price>
R-R-0579 Vesicular Stomatitis Virus peptide Vesicular Stomatitis Virus peptide/Vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV)/Cas .132326-74-0 is an antigenic peptide fragment of VSV that binds the LDL receptor. VSV exhibits anticancer chemotherapeutic potential. VSV is used as a vector to express tumor-targeting ligands, allowing the virus to target, infect, and kill tumor cells. VSV inhibits myeloma growth in vivo and also kills a variety of neuroendocrine cells in vitro and in vivo. price>
R-R-0656 Uremic Pentapeptide (U5-Peptide) Uremic pentapeptide/CAS:71494-20-7, also known as U5-peptide, is a peptide derived from the breakdown of larger proteins in the body, particularly in the context of uremia. The U5-peptide has been of interest in medical research due to its potential roles in kidney function and the pathophysiology of uremia. price>