Peptide synthesis

Materials Synthesis and Modification > Biological materials

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A technique to combine amino acids into peptide chains in a pre-determined order.

This is useful to create peptide chains that mimic biologically relevant peptide or protein fragments.

Created peptides can also be used in biological assays, detections systems, sensors and as biological medicines.

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CEM Discover and explorer SP (UoA)

Microwave synthesiser for general organic synthesis

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    Microwave synthesiser – with compressed air cooling system

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    Operating volume: 0.2 – 7 ml (10 ml pressure vial); 2 – 25 ml (35 ml pressure vial); 15 – 50 ml (80 ml pressure vial); Open vessel 5 – 125 ml round bottom flask (ambient pressure); Power: 300 W (maximum). Temperature: 40 – 300°C.

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CEM Liberty 1 (UoA)

Microwave peptide synthesiser

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    Microwave peptide synthesiser

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    It is a fully automated system for the synthesis of peptides. It allows the use of microwave energy for both coupling and deprotection steps. This instrument also allows programmable cleavage and automated resin addition.

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