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The structure-activity relationship study of the N-terminal domain in desert locust ion transport peptide (ITP)
The ileum and rectum of locust hindgut constitute the reabsorptive part of the excretory system. They are functionally analogous to a proximal and distal parts of convoluted tubule of the mammalian kidney tubule, respectively. Ion transport peptide (ITP) purified from locust nervous corpus cardiacum (CC) has been shown to stimulate salt and water reabsorption and inhibit acid secretion in the ileum of Schistocerca gregaria . The primary structure of ITP deduced from its cDNA suggests that it isdoi:10.14288/1.0089504 fatcat:puhhc3bffzhglejb3mfyhkfhpy