Standard Fmoc Amino Acid Building Blocks

Published on 31.07.2017

Amino acids of high quality are crucial for the synthesis of peptides with a high purity.

Utilizing building blocks of lower quality may have a negative impact on coupling efficiency, resulting in difficult purifications and low overall yields. Our building block selection ranges from standard Fmoc- and Boc-protected amino acids for peptide synthesis, to novel and unique protected building blocks.

Most of our standard Fmoc-L-amino acids are specified with a purity of ≥ 99.0%, an enantiomeric purity of ≥ 99.8% (or ≤ 0.2% of D-enantiomer), as well as a free amino acid content of less than 0.2%. All L- and D-enantiomers of our standard Fmoc building blocks can be supplied in 100+ kg quantities, and are produced in Europe in a GMP-environment that can be audited if required. All catalogue quantities of our standard Fmoc building blocks are available from stock and will be shipped within 24 hours of your order (excluding weekends).




→ Find all of our standard Fmoc-L-amino acids in our webshop.
→ Also find our high quality standard Fmoc-D-amino acids on our website.

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