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Table 3 feG inhibition of antibody binding to CD11b and CD16b requires free N-terminal amide and C-terminal carboxyl groups.

From: Modulation of neutrophil function by the tripeptide feG

Condition CD11b CD16b
Basal 220.2 ± 17.72 401.1 ± 55.2
PAF (10-9M) 381.9 ± 23.0 479.2 ± 62.1
PAF & feG1 278.1 ± 23.7* 291.9 ± 80.3*
PAF & feG(NH2) 381.5 ± 54.7 446.9 ± 69.5
PAF & AcfeG 350.1 ± 61.2 425.4 ± 57.7
PAF & feA 384.8 ± 33.7 458.3 ± 36.6
  1. 1Concentrations of peptides = 10-11M. 2 Values of Mean Fluorescence Intensity expressed as mean ± SEM for n = 4–7. Significance: * less than PAF alone.