Peptide libraries are widely used in popular research fields, such as drug discovery, vaccine development, proteomics and immunotherapy. Synbio Technologies has a rapid high-throughput parallel peptide synthesis platform provides large-scale peptide synthesis at low cost, with a flexible selection of peptide purity levels ranging from crude to 98% purity. All purified peptides are delivered with QC reports of HPLC, MS, and COA to ensure the highest quality.
- High throughput: > 8,000 peptides each month.
- Fast turnaround: Delivery with 2-3weeks, 1-2 weeks for urgent.
- High quality products: Complete MS, HPLC reports and COA.
- Customizable purity level: crude to 98% purity.
- Various types of peptide libraries: 6 protein libraries to meet customer different needs.
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Types of Peptide Library
|Overlapping Peptide Library||Individual peptides can be divided into several fragments that overlapped. The resulting overlapping peptide libraries can then be used for processes including continuous and linear epitope mapping.|
|Truncation Peptide Library||The library of truncated peptides could be used to predict the minimum length amino acid that could be used to achieve optimal epitope activity.|
|Alanine Peptide Scanning Library||Each amino acid is substituted individually and systematically for alanine. This library enables quick determination of each individual amino acid’s contribution to the peptide’s functionality.|
|Random Peptide Library||Selected positions are substituted with all 20 natural amino acids simultaneously, which might increase peptide activity.|
|Scrambled Peptide Library||Scrambled library has the highest variation of any peptide library. The resulting peptides are used generally as negative controls to show that a specific sequence is critical to the protein function or activity. It is also a random screening tool used to find new leads.|
|Positional Peptide Library||Selected sites or regions within a peptide sequence are replaced systematically with all other natural amino acids. This allows for amino acids that enhance peptide activity to be identified.|