Product Focus

  1. Polyarginine

    Polyarginines are well known for their ability to enhance cell penetration.

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

    This alkyne-functionalized cysteine building block can be incorporated into peptides via the Fmoc strategy.

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  3. 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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  4. Poly(L-Glutamic Acid)

    Poly-(α-L-glutamic acid) is a synthetic polypeptide of L-Glu linked by the alpha-amino groups (α-PGA). These polyanionic and biodegradable polymers can be used for a variety of purposes.

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  5. Standard Fmoc Amino Acid Building Blocks

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

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  6. Polylysines

    Polylysines are polymers of the canonical amino acid Lysine, and are characterized by their high charge density caused by the presence of one free amino group per lysine monomer.

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  7. Coupling Reagents for Peptide Chemistry

    In this news section, we highlight three useful coupling reagents for peptide chemistry: PyCLOCK, PyAOP and HDMA.

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  8. Triamino Acids

    Fmoc-L-Dap(2-Boc-aminoethyl)-OH is the first in a series of new triamino acid building blocks. This azalysine is useful for introducing positive charges into a peptide, or for creating branched structures.

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  9. Photocleavable NCL-Auxiliary Glycine

    This innovative auxiliary facilitates Native Chemical Ligation at the position of a Glycine residue in a peptide sequence. The auxiliary can be further functionalized, e.g. by PEGylation. Following NCL, the auxiliary is removed by irradiation with UV light.

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  10. Building Blocks for the SPPS of FRET-based fluorogenic protease substrates

    The classic FRET pair EDANS and DABCYL is now available linked to Fmoc amino acid building blocks that can be readily used in SPPS. Conveniently synthesize your own custom protease substrates!

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