Product of the month

Herein we highlight products which we consider to be of special interest to our customers.

  1. Product of the Month: Fmoc-L-Cys(Allocam)-OH for 1-Step On-Resin Disulfide Bond Formation

    The Allocam protecting group allows for selective deprotection and disulfide bond formation on-resin in one step. read more
  2. Membrane-Impermeant Biotin Tyramide

    Methods for proteomic mapping of cellular organelles or subdomains that avoid the necessity of cell lysis and purification by targeting specific subcellular regions have several advantages.

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  3. Fmoc-L-Lys(Nvoc)-OH

    o-Nitroveratryloxycarbonyl (Nvoc) is a photocleavable side chain protecting group for lysine that can be removed by irradiation with UV light (350 nm).

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  4. Product of the Month: Indocyanine Green (ICG) Dyes

    Indocyanine Green (ICG) dye, a material approved by the FDA for various applications, is a powerful tool for imaging in live cells and tissues.

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  5. A Cyclo-RGD Peptide for the Preparation of Tumor Mimics

    The 2D monolayer cell culture model is widely applied for drug screening. However, this approach is frequently not able to adequately mimic the in vivo response.

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  6. Diazirine Amino Acids for Photo Cross-Linkage in Living Cells

    Iris Biotech introduces a comprehensive set of photo-crosslinking amino acids bearing the diazirine moiety. read more
  7. beta,beta-Dimethyl Amino Acids

    The use of bioactive peptides has increased over the recent years as they attracted attention for their use as therapeutic agents. read more
  8. Polyarginine

    Polyarginines are well known for their ability to enhance cell penetration. read more
  9. 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. read more
  10. 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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