Peptide libraries are widely used in popular research fields, such as drug discovery, vaccine development, proteomics and immunotherapy. Synbio Technologies has a rapid high-throughput parallel peptide synthesis platform provides large-scale peptide synthesis at low cost, with a flexible selection of peptide purity levels ranging from crude to 98% purity. All purified peptides are delivered with QC reports of HPLC, MS, and COA to ensure the highest quality.

Competitive Advantages

  • High throughput: > 8,000 peptides each month.
  • Fast turnaround: Delivery with 2-3weeks, 1-2 weeks for urgent.
  • High quality products: Complete MS, HPLC reports and COA.
  • Customizable purity level: crude to 98% purity.
  • Various types of peptide libraries: 6 protein libraries to meet customer different needs.

Service Specifications

Service* Turnaround Time Price Deliverables
Peptide Library 2-3 weeks, 1-2 weeks for urgent Quote
  • Peptide Products
  • HPLC Reports
  • MS Reports
  • Certificate of Analysis

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Types of Peptide Library

Library Type Description Schema
Overlapping Peptide Library Individual peptides can be divided into several fragments that overlapped. The resulting overlapping peptide libraries can then be used for processes including continuous and linear epitope mapping. overlapping-peptide-library
Truncation Peptide Library The library of truncated peptides could be used to predict the minimum length amino acid that could be used to achieve optimal epitope activity. truncation-peptide-library
Alanine Peptide Scanning Library Each amino acid is substituted individually and systematically for alanine. This library enables quick determination of each individual amino acid’s contribution to the peptide’s functionality. alanine-peptide-scanning-library
Random Peptide Library Selected positions are substituted with all 20 natural amino acids simultaneously, which might increase peptide activity. random-peptide-library
Scrambled Peptide Library Scrambled library has the highest variation of any peptide library. The resulting peptides are used generally as negative controls to show that a specific sequence is critical to the protein function or activity. It is also a random screening tool used to find new leads. scrambled-peptide-library
Positional Peptide Library Selected sites or regions within a peptide sequence are replaced systematically with all other natural amino acids. This allows for amino acids that enhance peptide activity to be identified. positional-peptide-library

Peptide Library Screening Workflow