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31. Side chain Cyclization  
Side Chain Cyclization In this type of cyclization a stable amide bond is formed between a side chain carboxyl group of aspartic acid or glutamic acid and an amino group of lysine. Homologues of...  
32. Peptides for Ligation  
Peptides for Ligation Specifically modified amino acids in peptides open up a wide range of ligation reactions. Orthogonal and biocompatible reactions render various methods of modification and...  
33. Labeled Peptides  
Labeled Peptides Labeling of peptides is often required to address biochemical and analytical questions.  BIOSYNTAN offers peptide synthesis with different labels matching various research...  
34. D-Amino Acids  
D-Amino Acids Opposite stereochemistry in the α-position of essential amino acids produces interesting new features. Firstly, D-amino acids increase the stability of peptides against...  
35. Biotinylation  
Biotinylation The extraordinary strong interaction of biotin and avidin/streptavidin is used for plenty of different applications in biochemistry. Biotin derivatization of peptides generates a very...  
36. Search  
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37. Click Chemistry  
Click Chemistry Introduced in 2001 by M. Meldal, the Cu-catalyzed azide alkyne cycloaddition (CuAAC) gained enormous potential in peptide chemistry. An azide reacts with an alkyne moiety in order to...  
38. Native Chemical Ligation  
Native Chemical Ligation Introduced in 1994 by S. B. Kent, Native Chemical Ligation (NCL) is the most popular of the ligation reactions, particularly for the chemical synthesis of longer peptides or...  
39. Backbone Cyclization  
Backbone Cyclization A stable amide bond is formed between the C-terminal carboxyl group and the N-terminal amino group. The minimum length of the peptide should be at least 5 amino acids for a...  
40. Disulfides  
Disulfides A correct fold is essential for many peptides and is often realized by the implementation of disulfide bonds. Such disulfide bridges appear either inter-molecular or intra-molecularly. ...  
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