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ProTide Resins

Optimized PEG Resin Core with
Cl-TCP(Cl) and Cl-MPA Universal Linkers

 


ProTide™ resins contain an ideal PEG and polystyrene core leading to an ideal environment for the synthesis of difficult peptides with excellent swelling properties. New Cl-TCP(Cl) and Cl-MPA linkers incorporated onto ProTide eliminate the necessity for purchasing resins with pre-loaded C-terminal amino acids. The C-terminal amino acid reacts with the linker-chloride in the presence of potassium iodide (KI)1, N,N-diisopropylethylamine (DIEA), and microwave irradiation (Scheme 1). The process is automatically carried out on the Liberty Blue microwave peptide synthesizer, using pre- programmed methods in the software. The result, any amino acid can be loaded on the resins in 10 min.
Fmoc-AA(R)-OH, DIEA,KI, &uwave;W, 90 °C

Key Advantages:

  • Automated, high-temperature loading procedure complete in 10 min, whereas room temperature takes up to 24 hours
  • Avoids coupling reagents; therefore, eliminating epimerization and dipeptide formation that can occur during loading
  • No longer need to buy/store > 20 different, pre-loaded acid-linked resins
  • Exhibit strong stability towards hydrolysis during storage and handling
  • TCP(Cl) is hyperacid sensitive and will produce protected peptides with 1% TFA/ DCM and further minimizes diketopiperazine2 and 3-(1-piperidinyl)alanine formation
1Sandhya K., Ravindranath B. Tetrahedron Lett. 49, 2435 2008
2Heinlein C., Silva D., Tröster A., Schmidt J., Gross A., Unverzagt C. Angew. Chem. 50, 6406 2011

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  1. Rink Amide ProTide Resin (LL)

    Rink Amide ProTide Resin (LL)

    Part #: R002
    Starting at $50

    The ultimate resin recommended for longer and more difficult sequences of peptide amides. Based on ideal swelling properties from a TentaGel® core, incorporating PEG PS with a loading of 0.15 – 0.25mmol/g.. This resin is unmatched for the routine synthesis of difficult peptides even > 75 amino acids. Learn More
  2. Rink Amide ProTide Resin

    Rink Amide ProTide Resin

    Part #: R003
    Starting at $50

    A powerful resin recommended for the synthesis of peptides with amide linkages < 30 amino acids. Based on ideal swelling properties from incorporating a PEG PS core with a loading of 0.55 - 0.8 mmol/g. Learn More
  3. Cl-TCP(Cl) ProTide Resin (LL)

    Cl-TCP(Cl) ProTide Resin (LL)

    Part #: R004
    Starting at $95

    A powerful resin recommended for the synthesis of peptides with acid linkages > 30 amino acids. Based on ideal swelling properties from a TentaGel® core incorporating PEG PS with a loading of 0.15 - 0.25 mmol/g. This resin features an activated chloride linker, allowing for attachment of the first amino acid in an unactivated form. This resin is recommended for protection of c-terminal cysteine and proline residues due to its steric protection against diketopiperazine formation and 3-(1-Piperidinyl)alanine formation. Learn More
  4. Cl-TCP(Cl) ProTide Resin

    Cl-TCP(Cl) ProTide Resin

    Part #: R005
    Starting at $95

    A powerful resin recommended for the synthesis of peptides with acid linkages < 30 amino acids. Based on ideal swelling properties from incorporating a PEG PS core with a loading of 0.4 - 0.6 mmol/g. This resin features an activated chloride linker, allowing for attachment of the first amino acid in an unactivated form. This resin is recommended for protection of c-terminal cysteine and proline residues due to its steric protection against diketopiperazine formation and 3-(1-Piperidinyl) alanine formation. Learn More
  5. Cl-MPA ProTide Resin (LL)

    Cl-MPA ProTide Resin (LL)

    Part #: R006
    Starting at $50

    The ultimate resin recommended for longer and more difficult sequences of peptide acids. Based on ideal swelling properties from a TentaGel® core incorporating PEG PS with a loading of 0.15 – 0.25mmol/g. This resin is unmatched for the routine synthesis of difficult peptides even > 75 amino acids. This resin features an activated chloride linker, allowing for attachment of the first amino acid in an unactivated form. Learn More

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