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Extremely abundant antimicrobial peptides existed in the skins of nine kinds of Chinese odorous frogs.
Peptide agents are regarded as hopeful candidates to solve life-threatening resistance of pathogenic microorganisms to classic antibiotics due to their unique action mechanisms. Peptidomic andExpand
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Cathelicidin-OA1, a novel antioxidant peptide identified from an amphibian, accelerates skin wound healing
Cathelicidins play pivotal roles in host defense. The discovery of novel cathelicidins is important research; however, despite the identification of many cathelicidins in vertebrates, few have beenExpand
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Antimicrobial peptides from the venom gland of the social wasp Vespa tropica.
Peptide agents are regarded as potential candidates for overcoming the life-threatening resistance of pathogenic microorganisms to classic antibiotics. Accordingly, a peptidomic and genomicExpand
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OM‐LV20, a novel peptide from odorous frog skin, accelerates wound healing in vitro and in vivo
The healing of chronic wounds remains a considerable challenge in clinical trials and imposes severe financial and physiological burdens on patients. Many works are being tried to find ideal clinicalExpand
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Centipede venom peptide SsmTX‐I with two intramolecular disulfide bonds shows analgesic activities in animal models
Pain is a major symptom of many diseases and results in enormous pressures on human body or society. Currently, clinically used analgesic drugs, including opioids and nonsteroidal anti‐inflammatoryExpand
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A short peptide potentially promotes the healing of skin wound
Skin wound, a common form of skin damage in daily life, remains a serious challenge in clinical treatment. Bioactive peptides with high efficiency have been considered as potential therapeuticExpand
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OA-GL21, a novel bioactive peptide from Odorrana andersonii, accelerated the healing of skin wounds
Nowadays, the number of chronic trauma cases caused by a variety of factors such as the world’s population-ageing and chronic diseases is increasing steadily, and thus effective treatment for chronicExpand
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Rich diversity and potency of skin antioxidant peptides revealed a novel molecular basis for high-altitude adaptation of amphibians
Elucidating the mechanisms of high-altitude adaptation is an important research area in modern biology. To date, however, knowledge has been limited to the genetic mechanisms of adaptation to theExpand
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Two novel families of antimicrobial peptides from skin secretions of the Chinese torrent frog, Amolops jingdongensis.
The characterization of new natural antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) can help to solve the serious problem of bacterial resistance to currently used antibiotics. In the current study, we analyzed twoExpand
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Novel Peptides from Skins of Amphibians Showed Broad‐Spectrum Antimicrobial Activities
Peptide agents are often considered as potential biomaterials for developing new drugs that can overcome the rising resistance of pathogenic micro‐organisms to classic antibiotic treatments. One keyExpand
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