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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Hydrazone Resins as Alternative to SEA Resins

    Discover the versatile applications of hydrazone resins e.g. for the preparation of peptide hydrazides, or the generation of peptide thio esters. Read on to find out more and see our available products.

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  6. 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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  7. Protease Stable Ile/Leu Surrogates

    Herein we are presenting 2-(Fmoc-amino)-3,3-diMe-pent-4-enoic acid (FAA5040), a protease stable Ile/Leu surrogate suitable for further modification via its side chain double bond.

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  8. Measures to Prevent Aspartimide Formation

    Aspartimide formation remains one major hurdle during peptide synthesis. Read on to find out more about different strategies and available products at Iris Biotech in order to avoid this side product.

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  9. N-Alkyl Substituted Carboxy Linkers for Peptide Synthesis

    Herein, we present Fmoc-protected N-alkyl-substituted carboxy linkers, which can be elongated by Fmoc-SPPS and can easily be linked to amino-functionalized solid supports. Read on to find out more about their advantages.

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  10. Avoiding Racemization: Fmoc-Aaa-MPPAs as Alternatives for Wang Linker during SPPS

    Compounds of the shown formula can simply be bound to solid supports via amide bond formation without racemization of the C-terminal amino acid and enable the synthesis of very pure peptides.

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