Simplifying Peptide Synthesis and Production Through New Innovations

Peptide synthesis research and production both face similar challenges – a sluggish and wasteful workflow in desperate need for optimization. The typical conventional optimization steps usually take a shotgun approach: screen resins, screen different reagent excesses, screen activators, etc. This synthetic process necessitates tens or hundreds of reactions, all of which can often take weeks or months to complete while requiring a great deal of time, money, and resources. 

This webinar will details mechanistic-based, innovative improvements to the chemical methodology of solid phase peptide synthesis, and application of these improvements to the syntheses of a number of pharmaceutically relevant peptides such as cyclotides, N-methyl peptides, and glucagon-like peptides. As compared to current SPPS methods, superior peptide purities, greater production throughput, and simplified laboratory workflows are achieved.