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TASH Biotechnology

Shanghai TASH Biotechnology Co.,Ltd. specializes in peptide development on the basis of high technology. TASH Biotechnology are focusing on custom peptide synthesis, and the research, development...

Proteasome Inhibitors

The proteasome is involved in many essential cellular functions, such as regulation of cell cycle, cell differentiation, signal transduction pathways, antigen processing for appropriate immune respon...

Pseudomonas aeruginosa Vaccines

Pseudomonas aeruginosa is an opportunistic gram-negative bacteria that lives in soil, water, and even in environments like hot tubs. For most healthy people, this bacteria seldom poses a problem. Pse...

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Although the human cytokines interleukin-2 (IL-2) and tumor necrosis factor (TNF) alpha are approved marketed for tumor therapy, their use is rather limited due to severe systemic side effects. Targ...

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Autocatalytic backbone N-methylation in a family of ribosomal peptide natural products

Peptide backbone N-methylation, as seen in cyclosporin A, has been considered to be exclusive to nonribosomal peptides. We have identified the first post-translationally modified peptide or protein ha...

A protein that may have the potential to fight off frailty as we age

Bone Peptide Measurement Predicts Fracture Risk

Measurement of the peptide fragment that results from in vivo digestion of the periostin protein by the enzyme cathepsin K...

Potential Peptide Drugs Block Influenza Virus Activity

A recent paper described the design and structural characterization of a class of potent peptide inhibitors specifically targeted to block...

Peptide therapeutics: current statusand future directions

Here, the authors discuss the current status, strengths, and weaknesses of peptides as medicines and the emerging new opportunities in peptide drug design and development.

Immunology: The patterns of T-cell target recognition

The binding of T-cell receptors to peptide molecules not normally present in the body can trigger an immune response. Predicting which peptide a T-cell receptor will bind to — a difficult feat — h...

Vapourtec and NPM Collaborate on Peptide Synthesis

Flow chemistry engineering specialists Vapourtec have been engaged in a successful collaboration with Cambridge-based New Path Molecular Research Ltd (NPM) over the past year, focusing on the developm...

Global Peptide Synthesizer Market Data Survey Report 2025 [Report Updated: 05082017] Prices from USD $1500

SummaryPeptide Synthesizer is an instrument used for peptide synthesis according to the principle of solid phase peptide synthesis. Peptides are used to prepare epitopespecific antibodies, map antibod...

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Singlet oxygen-mediated one-pot chemoselective peptide-peptide ligation.

We here describe a furan oxidation based site-specific chemical ligation approach using unprotected peptide segments. This approach involves two steps: after photooxidation of a furan-containing pepti...

Nature-Inspired Construction of Two-Dimensionally Self-Assembled Peptide on Pristine Graphene.

Peptide assemblies have received significant attention because of their important role in biology and applications in bionanotechnology. Despite recent efforts to elucidate the principles of peptide s...

Synthesis and stabilities of peptide-based 1rotaxanes: molecular grafting onto lasso peptide scaffolds.

The chemical synthesis of peptide-based [1]rotaxanes (lasso peptides) was achieved by [2]rotaxane formation followed by two chemoselective ligation reactions. Our approach enabled incorporation of var...

Structure-based prediction of protein-peptide binding regions using Random Forest.

Protein-peptide interactions are one of the most important biological interactions and play crucial role in many diseases including cancer. Therefore, knowledge of these interactions provides invaluab...

Peptide B targets soluble guanylyl cyclase α1 and kills prostate cancer cells.

Among androgen-regulated genes, soluble guanylyl cyclase α1 (sGCα1) is significant in promoting the survival and growth of prostate cancer cells and does so independent of nitric oxide (NO) signalin...

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