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

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Workshop Advances on Cysteine Protecting Groups

    You missed our workshop featuring Prof. Dr. Fernando Albericio (University of KwaZulu-Natal & University of Barcelona)? The recording will soon be available. Any further questions? Please get in contact via

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  4. Conformationally Constrained Amino Acid Derivatives

    Herein we present a series of alpha,alpha-cycle-disubstituted amino acid derivatives used in peptide design for their structure promoting effects as well as conformational rigidity.

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  5. N-Methylation of Amino-PEG-Acids

    Herein we are reporting on the linker stability of amino-PEG-acids achieved via N-methylation and the possible side-reaction without this additional modification. Read on to find out more!

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  6. Pseudoproline Monomers

    Typically known and employed as preformed dipeptides, we are presenting Serine- and Threonine-derived Pseudoproline monomers as building blocks for solid-phase peptide synthesis.

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  7. About the Adamantyl Motif

    Check out our growing portfolio on adamantyl-substituted amino acids and building blocks. At Iris Biotech, we are constantly striving to improve our services, our products, and the routes of synthesis.

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  8. 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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  9. PotM: Polysarcosines for Drug Delivery

    Polysarcosines (PSars) – a true alternative to polyethyleneglycols (PEGs) - stand out in terms of safety, synthetic control, and versatility. Interested? Read on to find out more about their properties.

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  10. Refill your Chemical Stocks

    Back in the lab after enjoying your holidays? Motivated to run new experiments but lacking certain building blocks or standards? Check out our huge portfolio or get in contact for our special offers!

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