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Accessory gland-specific peptide

This protein is transferred from male to female's hemolymph during mating, affecting egglaying and behavior after mating.

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Accessory gland-specific peptide 26Aa

Also known as Accessory gland-specific peptide 26Aa (Male accessory gland secretory protein 355A).
This protein is transferred from male to female's hemolymph during mating, affecting egglaying and behavior after mating.

Accessory gland-specific peptide 57Da

Also known as Accessory gland-specific peptide 57Da (Male accessory gland secretory protein 57Da).
Transferred from male to female during mating and may affect egglaying and behavior after mating.

Accessory gland-specific peptide 57Db

Also known as Accessory gland-specific peptide 57Db (Male accessory gland secretory protein 57Db).
Transferred from male to female during mating and may affect egglaying and behavior after mating.

Accessory gland-specific peptide 57Dc

Also known as Accessory gland-specific peptide 57Dc (45 kDa cAMP-dependent phosphoprotein) (Male accessory gland secretory protein 57Dc) (Pp45).
Transferred from male to female during mating and may affect egglaying and behavior after mating.

Accessory gland-specific peptide 70A

Also known as Accessory gland-specific peptide 70A (Paragonial peptide B) (Sex peptide) (SP).
Male seminal protein which triggers short- and long-term post-mating behavioral responses (PMR) in female Drosophila (PubMed:3135120, PubMed:19249273, PubMed:20308537, PubMed:19793753, PubMed:15694303, PubMed:24089336). Binds initially to sperm where it is later cleaved to release an active peptide within the female reproductive tract. Signals via the sex peptide receptor (SPR) in female flies; may also act via other receptors (PubMed:20458515, PubMed:20308537, PubMed:24089336). Moderates the activity of distinct neuronal circuitries in the female genital tract to promote specific PMRs including: enhanced ovulation, increased egg laying rate, increased feeding/foraging rate, induced antimicrobial peptide synthesis, reduced mating receptivity, reduced day-time sleep and reduced lifespan in multiple mated females (PubMed:3135120, PubMed:15694303, PubMed:19249273, PubMed:19793753, PubMed:24089336).

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