• Product Name:Kisspeptin
  • Molecular Formula:C63H83 N17 O14
  • Molecular Weight:1302.44

Product Details


Chinese Traders Offer Kisspeptin 374675-21-5 in bulk supply 

  • Molecular Formula:C63H83 N17 O14
  • Molecular Weight:1302.44
  • PKA:9.96±0.15(Predicted) 
  • PSA:535.34000 
  • Density:1.46±0.1 g/cm3(Predicted) 
  • LogP:3.51400 

Kisspeptin (Cas 374675-21-5) Usage


Kisspeptin is a protein present in the hypothalamus (a part of the brain that controls the release of several important hormones in the body). It plays a major role in the control of reproductive hormones in both men and women. Specifically, kisspeptin regulates the release of 'gonadotrophin releasing hormone' (GnRH) from the hypothalamus.


As expected, intravenous kisspeptin significantly increased circulating kisspeptin levels (mean difference = 2705 pmol/L [95% CI, 2560-2851 pmol/L]; P < . 001), reaching steady state from 30 to 75 minutes of the kisspeptin infusion.

374675-21-5 Relevant articles

Comprehensive Review on Kisspeptin and Its Role in Reproductive Disorders

Holly Clarke, Waljit S. Dhillo, Channa N. Jayasena

, Endocrinology and Metabolism 2015; 30(2): 124-141.

Kisspeptin was first discovered in 1996 as a metastasis inhibitor in melanoma cell lines [1]. Kisspeptin is actually a family of peptides derived from the KISS1/kiss1 gene with structural similarity, forming from differential proteolysis of a common precursor, prepro-kisspeptin. Kisspeptin peptides are classified as an RF amide peptide family i.e., neuroactive peptides with characteristic Arg-Phe-NH2 motif...

Distribution of Kisspeptin Neurones in the Adult Female Mouse Brain

J. Clarkson, X. D’Anglemont de Tassigny, W. H. Colledge, A. Caraty, A. E. Herbison

, Journal of Neuroendocrinology

We, and others, have used a polyclonal rabbit antibody generated by Caraty et al. (AC 566) to detect kisspeptin in the mouse (11, 20, 41) and sheep (16, 25, 27) brain. This polyclonal antibody was raised against the ten amino acid C-terminal of murine kisspeptin (residues 43–52), which are required for activation of GPR54...

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