Peptides are short chains of amino acids linked by amide bonds and have a wide range of applications in biotechnology, pharmaceutical research and development. This is a collection of validated peptides published on top journals.
Peptide nucleic acids (PNAs) are synthetic nucleic acid analogs, which were first synthesized in 1991 by Peter E. Nielsen and colleagues. As shown in figure 1, unlike DNA and RNA, the phosphate sugar backbone of PNA is replaced by repeating N-(2-aminoethyl)-glycine units. ...Learn More
The generation of custom antibodies can be accomplished by using one of two primary approaches: full length protein and short peptides, but synthetic peptide antigens are often too small to generate significant immune responses on their own.To overcome the bottleneck, synthetic ...Learn More
Fluorescent techniques are widely used in biological research, which are related to their high sensitivity, selectivity, fast response time, flexibility and experimental simplicity. Fluorescent tags or probes are ideal for many imaging and diagnostic applications, also are be used ...Learn More
According to GlobalData’s Pharma Intelligence Center Pipeline Drugs Database, there are 21 peptide drugs in development for the treatment of COVID-19, including 15 synthetic peptides in development for the treatment of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) and other ...Learn More
Fatty acids are a family of carboxylic acids with long aliphatic chains, which are conjugated to the N-terminus, or to the side-chain of a lysine in peptides. Meanwhile, cysteine residues can also be modified by fatty acids to produce the corresponding thioester derivatives. Fatty ...Learn More