Visit this regularly updated section to check out the latest additions to our portfolio, as well as the latest developments at Iris Biotech.

  1. This November 23rd: Black Friday

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  2. H-L-Lys(Suc)-OH*HCl

    Succinylation of proteins on the epsilon-amino group of lysine residues is a posttranslational modification that is still poorly understood.

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  3. Amadori & Maillard reaction derived peptides

    Find below derivatives of arginine and lysine bearing side chains as found in Maillard reaction products.

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  4. (TPP-Lys(TPP))2-Lys-Gly-Gly-Gly-N2H3*4Br*TFA

    Delivery of hydrophilic compounds across membranes is usually problematic. Modification with triphenylphosphonium ions has been shown to overcome this barrier.

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  5. Hydrolysis-Stable Mimics of Phosphorylated Amino Acids (Ser, Thr and Tyr)

    Phosphorylation of serine, threonine and tyrosine is counted among the most important posttranslational modifications that occur in organisms.

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  6. We are Moving / Offices Closed on May 17th/18th

    We are proud to announce the relocation of our company to a brand new office and warehouse complex on May 17th. read more
  7. Fmoc-Amox, A Novel Reagent for Fmoc-Protection

    The most common reagent for the Fmoc-protection of amino acids is currently Fmoc-OSu, followed by Fmoc-Cl. However, the use of these reagents is usually accompanied by several side reactions, such as the formation of beta-alanine and dipeptides. read more
  8. Photo-Linker for Peptide Amides and Acids

    Peptide linkers usually are cleaved under acidic conditions or using two-step procedures. Photocleavage proceeds under neutral conditions using UV light and can either be performed in batch or using flow chemistry.

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  9. Fmoc-L-Cys(Propargyl)-OH

    This alkyne-functionalized cysteine building block can be incorporated into peptides via the Fmoc strategy. read more
  10. Fmoc Deprotection Reagents

    The Fmoc group is the most frequently used protecting group in peptide chemistry. The most common deprotection conditions involve a solution of 20% piperidine in DMF.

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