Life Sciences

  1. PotM: His Tags for the Chemical Modification of Peptides

    Jensen et al. developed two methods that use poly-His sequences to direct the highly selective acylation of proteins, either at the N-terminus or at a specific Lys residue. Read on for more information.

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  2. DTT and Spermidine for RNA Buffers and Vaccine Production

    See how our “mRNA grade” DTT and Spermidine can support also your nucleic acid production. Read on for more information.

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  3. PotM: Biotin – Desthiobiotin - Iminobiotin

    Herein, we present 2-Iminobiotin, a cyclic guanidino analogue of biotin with pH-dependent affinity for avidin, and compare it to biotin and desthiobiotin. Click here for more detailed information.

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  4. Photoswitches

    Photoswitches grant the ability to modulate the function of a molecule by effecting a structural change upon irradiation with UV light. Find out about our photoswitchable building blocks and their properties.

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  5. Dyes and Fluorescent Labels at Iris Biotech

    Dyes and fluorescent labels are an invaluable tool for diagnostics, medical and biochemical research. Iris Biotech offers labels with excitation ranges from UV to near-IR and various functional groups.

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  6. PotM: Proteolysis Targeting Chimeras (PROTACs®)

    Drug the undruggable – click here to get more information about the use of PROteolysis TArgeting Chimeras (PROTACs®) as a tool for targeted protein degradation and discover available building blocks.

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  7. Isotopically Labeled Drugs

    Stable isotopically labeled drugs are routinely used to investigate a drug’s metabolism, distribution, bioavailability, side effects and potential toxicity. Discover our selection of labeled drugs.

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  8. PotM: Substrates for Fusion (Halo/Snap/Clip)-Tagged Proteins

    Discover our selection of substrates for Halo-, Snap-, and Clip-tagged proteins bearing different terminal groups suitable for further functionalization, e.g. biotinylation and Click chemistry.

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  9. Haloalkane Dehalogenase Substrates

    Discover our selection of Halo ligands as haloalkane dehalogenase substrates, bearing different terminal functional groups suitable for further conjugation, e.g. via Click chemistry.

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  10. Maillard Reaction Products – General Advice for Usage, Reconstitution and Storage

    Read on for more information about the right handling of Maillard Reaction Products (MRPs), which are frequently used as analytical standards related to food quality and disease processes.

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