Medicilon’s peptide synthesis research team is closely focused on the topic of peptide drug research and is committed to solving the core problems that limit the development and application of peptide drugs. To improve the downstream peptide drug signal transduction pathways and mechanisms of action to improve the system. Through multi-disciplinary cooperation and intersections in chemistry, biology, medicine, and pharmacy, outstanding achievements have been made in basic and applied research.
Peptide synthesis service:
Standard chemical peptide synthesis
Recombinant polypeptide expression
Pharmaceutical peptide synthesis
Nuclear magnetic structure analysis
Peptide custom synthesis, peptide solid phase synthesis, synthetic peptide, biosynthetic peptide, genetic chemical synthesis
The development of peptide and protein drugs by chemical synthesis methods has become an effective method widely adopted. Through liquid phase synthesis, solid phase synthesis, solid/liquid synthesis combination and fragment connection, etc., many peptide and protein drugs have been successfully developed.
Peptide synthesis is the process of synthesizing polypeptides in organic chemistry. Polypeptides are organic compounds that are connected by multiple amino acids through peptide bonds. In biology, the process of synthesizing long polypeptides (proteins) is called protein biosynthesis. The synthesis of peptides is a process in which carboxyl groups (or C-terminus) and amine groups (or N-terminus) are paired with each other. Due to the possibility of unexpected reactions, protecting groups are necessary. The process of chemical peptide synthesis begins at the C-terminus and ends at the N-terminus of the peptide, whereas protein biosynthesis starts from the N-terminus and ends at the C-terminus of the polypeptide.
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