Product Focus

  1. Norbornenes – Will You Click Me?

    Proposing norbornenes – strained, bicyclic alkenes for fast, copper-free, biocompatible click-conjugation with tetrazines. Read on for more details on applications and available products!

    read more
  2. Carboxymethyl Amino Acid Derivatives

    Level up! Carboxymethyl-modified amino acid building blocks suitable for incorporation by solid-phase peptide synthesis. Learn more about available derivatives and their properties.

    read more
  3. “Power On” – Activity Control by Photocaging

    Discover photocages – photosensitive protecting groups that are removed by irradiation with light of a defined wavelength, thus restoring the original, “active” state.

    read more
  4. 2-Cyanopyridines for Click-Like Reactions

    Have an additional ace up your sleeve for selective and efficient peptide modification, cyclization, and/or bioconjugation. Explore 2-cyanopyridines for click-like reactions. Get more information!

    read more
  5. Aminothiols for Versatile Side-Chain Modification

    Beyond cysteines: Unlock targeted side-chain modifications of your peptides and proteins via the introduction of 1,2-aminothiols and subsequent click-like functionalization. 

    read more
  6. Phenylboronate Amino Acid Building Blocks

    Boron is not boring at all! Today, we'll delve deeper into the exciting world of boronate-containing amino acid building blocks and unlock the potential of the next generation of peptides. Read on!

    read more
  7. Phenylisopropylester (OPP) as Carboxy Protecting Group

    Explore phenylisopropylesters (OPP/OPis) as carboxy protecting groups. Facilitate your peptide synthesis with building blocks for precise side chain modifications or seamless macrolactamizations. 

    read more
  8. A Tetrazole-Substituted Lysine as PTM Isostere

    The tetrazole isostere of malonyllysine is thermally stable and does not suffer from decarboxylation. Discover our building blocks suitable for incorporation via solid-phase peptide synthesis.

    read more
  9. Glycosylated Asparagine Building Blocks for SPPS

    Add glycans to your proteins with our ready-to-use Fmoc asparagine building blocks suitable for solid phase peptide synthesis and produce peptides with exactly defined glycosylation patterns!

    read more
  10. Peptide Nucleic Acids as Stable DNA and RNA Analogs

    One molecule, two identities: PNAs are composed of nucleobases arranged on a peptidic backbone. Discover our PNA building blocks as ready-to-use bases suitable for SPPS.

    read more

Items 1-10 of 151

Page
Show per page