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Table 2 Snake BPPs analyzed

From: The modular nature of bradykinin-potentiating peptides isolated from snake venoms

BPP10a QSWPGPNIPP BPP-11b-CROA QGGWPRNPIPP
BPP6a QSWPGP BPP-11c-CROV QSAPGNEAIPP
BPP13a + QQWA QQWAQGGWPRPGPEIPP BPP-11-BOTAL QWPDPSSDIPP
BPP13a + QWA QWAQGGWPRPGPEIPP BPP-11 QGGAGWPPIPP
BPP13a QGGWPRPGPEIPP BPP-11-NEW QWPRPTPQIPP
BPP10c + QQWA QQWAQNWPHPQIPP BPP-13a QGGWPRPGPEIPP
BPP10c QNWPHPQIPP BPP-2-Glo QGRPPRPHIPP
BPP10c-F QNWPHP BPP-POL-236 QLWPRPQIPP
BPP11b QGRAPGPPIPP BPP-5-NEW EEGGSPPPVVI
BPPIIb QGRAPHPPIPP BPP-7b QNWPSPK
BPP5a QKWAP BPP-7c QRWPSPK
BPP12b QWGRPPGPPIPP BPP-8a QNAHPSPK
BPP-APL QARPPHPPIPPAPL BPP-9a QWPRPQIPP
BPP11e QARPPHPPIPP BPP-10d QNWPHPPMPP
BPP11eAP QARPPHPPIPPAP BPP-10e QNWPSPKVPP
BPP-AP QARPPHPPIPPAP BPP-10f QRWPSPKVPP
BPP-A-AK QGRPPGPPIP BPP-11d QGRPPGPPIPP
BPP-C-AK QGLPPGPPIPP BPP-11f QNAHPSPKVPP
BPP-B-AK QGLPPRPKIPP BPP-11 g QARPRHPKIPP
BPP-Ahb1 QKWDP BPP-11 h QGRHPPIPPAP
BPP-Ahb2 QPHESP BPP-11i QNGPRPIGIPP
BPP-1LM WPPRPQIPP BPP-11j QNRHPPIPPAP
BPP-2LM QKPWPPGHHIPP BPP-Pb QTLLQELPIPP
BPP-3LM QEWPPGHHIPP BPP-12a QGWAWPRPQIPP
BPP-4LM QKKWPPGHHIPP BPP-12b QLGPPPRPQIPP
BPP-5LM QKWDPPPISPP BPP-12d QNWPHPPMPPAP
BPP-12c QWAQWPRPQIPP BPP-12e QARPRPGPKIPP
BPP-14a QWAQWPRPTPQIPP BPP-13a QGGWPRPGPEIPP
BPP-Tf1 QSKPGRSPPISP BPP-13b QGGLPRPGPEIPP
BPP-Tf2 QWMPEGRPPHPIPP BPP-13c QGRPPHPPIPPAP
BPP-Tf3 QGRPRSEVPP BPP-13d QGRAPHPPIPPAP
BPP-2-Sisca QNWKSP BPP-TmF QGRPLGPPIPP
BPP-Cdt1a QWSQRWPHLEIPP BPP-Phypo-Xa QFRPSYQIPP
BPP-Cdt1b QRWPHLEIPP BPP-VIPAS QGWPGPKVPP
BPP-Cdt2 QNWKSP BPP-5b-9a-F QWPRP
BPP-Cdt3 QARESP BPP-10b-F QNWPRP
BPP-1CRO QRWPHLEIPP BPP-11a-F QWPRPTP
BPP-2CRO QNWKSP BPP-F-AK QLWPRPHIPP
BPP-10b QNWPRPQIPP BPP-3-new QGGWPRPGPEIPP
BPP-Tg1 QEKPGRSPPISP BPP-S412 QGGPPRPQIPP
BPP-12a QQWPRDPAPIPP BPP-S51 QWGQHPNIPP
BPP-7a QDGPIPP BPP-11a QQWPPGHHIPP
BPP-S QAPWPDTISPP BPP-11b-CRO QGGAPWNPIPP
BPP-1-Glo QGRPPGPPIPP
  1. N-terminal Q denotes pyroglutamic acid
  2. Most BPP’s nomenclature depends on: i) the number of amino acids of the peptide (BPP-5 has five amino acids, BPP-10, ten amino acids and so on); ii) the order of discovery of the peptide. BPP-10a was the first to be described, then BPP-10b, 10c, and so on; and iii) a possible extra feature. For instance, −F indicates peptides present only in females. -AP denotes an extra dipeptide AP added to an existing sequence
  3. In bold, the peptide names as deposited in the UniProt database