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   Custom Peptide Synthesis Service

 
Biomatik has been proudly serving 10,000+ scientists since 2002. To date, we have delivered 42,000+ custom made products to over 7,500 unique researchers worldwide. With over 10 years of experience in peptide service, Biomatik is proud to be able to synthesize any peptides in the shortest possible time frame while maintaining a success rate over 99.8%. We are convinced that our custom peptide synthesis service will meet or exceed your expectations. Learn why Biomatik has been trusted by thousands of researchers worldwide – Customer Testimonials and Selected Publications citing Biomatik’s peptide synthesis services. 

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    • Over 99.5% success rate with "No Peptide, No Charge" policy.
    • As low as $3/aa or $50/peptide with best price guarantee.
    • From crude to 99% purity; from milligrams to kilograms.
    • Wide range of peptide modifications are available. See Peptide Modification List.
    • All peptides come with MS and HPLC data. Additional analytical data is available upon request.
    • Fast turnaround time - most peptides under 30aa are delivered within 2-3 weeks.
    • cGMP peptide synthesis service is available for pharmaceutical grade peptides. Click here to learn more.
 

Peptide Synthesis Deliverables and Pricing

    • Peptide is delivered in lyophilized form.
    • Project QC report, includes: HPLC and MS data.

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Peptide Modifications

Last updated: November 25, 2014

N terminus Modification
{H-},Free amino group
{Ac},Acetylation
{Br-Ac},Bromoacetyl
{Bromopropionyl}
{Cl-Ac},Chloroacetyl
{Fmoc},9-Fluorenylmethyloxycarbonyl
{Z},{CBZ},Benzyloxycarbonyl
MeOCO
Bz
Bz(5'NH2,2'NO2)
Bz(4'F)
Bz(4'NO2)
{Boc},tertbutoxycarbonyl 
{Suc},succinyl
{MeO-Suc}
Sebacic acid
{Allyl},allyl
{Acryl},acryl
{Alloc},allyloxycarbonyl
{For}, Formylation
{HPP},4-Hydroxyphenylpropionic acid
{pGlu},{Pyr},Pyroglutamyl
{LA}, Lipoic acid
{Mpa},3-Mercaptopropyl
{6-mercaptohexanoic acid}
{Mal}, Maleimide, Maleoyl-b-Ala
Mal-Acp
Mal-PEG12
{MTX}, Methotrexate
{PEG1900}, PEG1900-NH-
{NH2-PEG2000}, NH2-PEG2000-NH-Suc-
{mPEG2000}, MeO-PEG2000-NH-
{mPEG3000}, MeO-PEG3000-NH-
{mPEG5000}, MeO-PEG5000-NH-
{SATA}, S-acetylthioacetate
{SATP}, S-acetylthiopropionate
{Cholesteryl-}, Cholesteryl chloroformate
{Glucose-}
{Fructose-}
Pyridin-1-yl-Acetyl-
4-Dimethylamino-Pyridin-1-yl-
Adamantanecarbonyl-
Phenylacetic acid
4-Biphenyl sulfonyl-
Nitrilotriacetyl-
N-Propargylglycine-
HYNIC-
Morpholine-4-carbonyl-
Azido-PEG12-
Azido-PEG4-
GAC-
{Aoa}
N3-Gly
N3-Acp
Psoralen
Methacryl-
BPA-
DTPA-
foscarnet
Tos


N terminus Fatylation
{But}, Butyric acid C4
{Iba}, isobutyric acid C4
{Hex}, Hexanoic acid C6
6-heptenoic acid C6
{Oct}, Octanoic acid C8
{F-Oct}, Perfluoro Octanoic acid F15C8
{Dec}, Decanoic acid C10
{F-Dec}, Perfluoro Decanoic acid F19C10
{Lau}, Lauric acid C12
{F-Lau}, Perfluoro Lauric acid F23C12
{Myr}, Myristic acid C14
{F-Myr}, Perfluoro Myristic acid F27C14
{Pal}, Palmitic acid C16
{Ste}, Stearic acid C18
Oleic Acid-
{Pam3C}, Tripalmitoyl cysteine, {Pal-Cys(Pal)2-}
Linoleic-


C terminus Modification
{-OH}, free acid group
{NH2}, Amidation
{-CHO}, peptide aldehydes
{-ol}, alcohol peptide
{CMK}, chloromethylketone
{FMK}, Fluoromethylketone
{Cya}, Cysteamide
{pNA},p-nitroaniline
{-ONP}, para-nitrophenol
{AMC},7-Amino-4-methylcoumarin
{AFC}
-OMe (C-terminal)
-OEt (C-terminal)
-OBzl (C-terminal)
-OtBu (C-terminal)
{-OSu}, hydroxysucinimide ester
-NHMe (C-terminal)
-NHEt (C-terminal)
-NHisopen (C-terminal)
-NH(CH2)6 (C-terminal)
-NHPh (C-terminal)
{NHEt(O)EtNH-Fmoc}, 2,2'-Oxydi Ethanamine-Fmoc
{NHEt(EtNH-Myr)2}
-NH(OMe)Me (C-terminal)
-TBzl (C-terminal)
-NHNH2 (C-terminal)
-ED (C-terminal), -NH-CH2CH2-NH2
-BD (C-terminal), -NH-CH2CH2CH2CH2-NH2
-Pyrenemethylamine
chloro-4-hydroxyanilide
4-amino-2-Chlorophenol
-octyl ester
-ED-Fmoc
-2-CAP
Histamine
-3-carboxyl-pNA


D form normal amino acid
{D-Ala}
{D-Arg}
{D-Asp}
{D-Asn}
{D-Cys}
{D-Glu}
{D-Gln}
{D-His}
{D-Allo-Ile}
{D-Leu}
{D-Lys}
{D-Met}
{D-Pro}
{D-Phe}
{D-Ser}
{D-Tyr}
{D-Thr}
{D-Trp}
{D-Val}


Unusual amino acid
{Beta-Asp}
{D-Beta-Asp}
{Gamma-Glu}
{D-Gamma-Glu}
{Cys(Cam)}
{Cys(Acm)}
{Cys(tBu)}
{Met(O)}
{D-Met(O)}
{Met(O)2}
{D-Met(O)2}
{Lys(Ac)}
{Ac-Lys}
{Lys(Dde)}
{Tle}
{Ser(octanoic acid)}
{Ser(Lipoic acid)}
{D-Ser(octanoic acid)}
{Aib}
{Abu}
{D-Abu}
{Hyp}
{Phg}
{D-Phg}
{Nva}
{D-Nva}
{Nle}
{D-Nle}
{Cit}
{D-Cit}
{Orn}
{D-Orn}
{Pen}
{D-Pen}
{Cpg}, cyclopentylglycine
{Cha}
{D-Cha}
{Chg}
{D-Chg}
{Dab}
{Dap}
{Pra}
{D-Pra}
{Gly(allyl)}
{D-Gly(allyl)}
{D-1-Nal}
{L-1-Nal}
{D-2-Nal}
{L-2-Nal}
{D-2-Pal}
{L-2-Pal}
{D-3-Pal}
{L-3-Pal}
{D-4-Pal}
{L-4-Pal}
{Cys(pMeBzl)}
{Cys(pMeOBzl)}
{Oic}
{Tic}
{Cys(Bzl)}
{Epsilon-Lys}
{D-Epsilon-Lys}
{5-ASA}
{Bpa}
{Pip}
{Nip}
{2-Aze}
{3-Aze}
[Psi(CH2NH)]
[CS-NH]
{Se-Met}
{Se-Cys}
{DOPA}
{isoGln}
{D-isoGln}
Cys(Mal-PEG2000)
{Ser(O-b-D-Glc)}
{Thr(O-b-D-Glc)}
{Tyr(O-b-D-Glc)}
{Rink Linker}
{Thr(OAc)}
{Delta-Orn}
{5,5-Dime-Pro}
{Gla}
{Kep}
{Tyr(SO3H2)}
{Phe(N3)}
DMT
2-(4'-pentenyl)ala
{X}, 20 Kinds mixture amino acids
{X-deCys}
{G/A/S/V/L/D/K/M/F/Y}
{A/P/T/N/Q/E/H/R/W}
{K(75)X(25)}
{R(25)K(25)X(50)}
{E(25)D(25)X(50)}
{K(25)Q(25)X(50)}
{E(25)T(25)X(50)}


Fluorescence/Dye Labeling
Biotin (N-Terminal)
DeThioBiotin
EDBiotin (C terminus)
Lys(Biotin) (middle)
Lys(Biotin) (C temrinus)
Lys(Biotin) (N terminus)
Biotin-LC (N-Terminal)
Lys(LC-Biotin) (middle)
Lys(LC-Biotin) (C terminus)
Orn(Bio)
-NH-PEG3-Bio
Biotin-S-S-
FITC (N-Terminal)
EDFITC (C temrinus)
Lys(FITC) (middle)
Lys(FITC) (C temrinus)
Lys(FITC) (N terminus)
FITC-LC (N-Terminal)
5-FAM (N-Terminal)
6'FAM (N-Terminal)
ED5-FAM (C temrinus)
Lys(5-FAM) (middle)
Lys(5,6-FAM)
Lys(5-FAM) (C temrinus)
Lys(5-FAM) (N-Terminus)
5-FAM-LC (N-Terminal)
Dansyl (N-Terminal)
EDDansyl (C temrinus)
Lys(Dansyl) (middle)
Lys(Dansyl) (C temrinus)
Lys(Dansyl) (N-Terminus)
Dansyl-LC (N-Terminal)
TAMRA (N-Terminal)
5(6)-TAMTA-
EDTAMRA (C temrinus)
Lys(TAMRA) (middle)
Lys(TAMRA) (C temrinus)
Lys(TAMRA) (N-terminus)
TAMRA-LC (N-Terminal)
Lys(Dnp) (middle)
D-Lys(Dnp) (middle)
Dab(Dnp) (middle)
Dap(Dnp) (middle)
EDDnp (C terminus)
MCA (N-Terminal)
Lys(MCA) (middle)
Lys(MCA) (C temrinus)
Lys(MCA) (N-terminus)
3-Indolylacetic acid (N-Terminal)
Cys(Npys) (N-terminus)
PyBA- (N-Terminal), 1-pyrenebutyric acid
Lys(PyBA)
Fa- (N-Terminal), 3-[2-2furyl]acrylic acid
Rhodamine B- (N-Terminal)
D-Luciferin (N-terminus)
Cy3- (N-Terminal)
NBD


Phe/Tyr Analogs amino acid
{D-2-Cl-Phe}
{L-2-Cl-Phe}
{D-3-Cl-Phe}
{L-3-Cl-Phe}
{D-4-Cl-Phe}
{L-4-Cl-Phe}
{D-3,4-DiCl-Phe}
{L-3,4-DiCl-Phe}
{D-4-Br-Phe}
{L-4-Br-Phe}
{D-3-F-Phe}
{L-3-F-Phe}
{D-4-F-Phe}
{L-4-F-Phe}
{D-4-NO2-Phe}
{L-4-NO2-Phe}
{D-4-I-Phe}
{L-4-I-Phe}
{D-3-CN-Phe}
{L-3-CN-Phe}
{D-4-CN-Phe}
{L-4-CN-Phe}
{D-2-Me-Phe}
{L-2-Me-Phe}
{D-4-Me-Phe}
{L-4-Me-Phe}
{D-4-NH2-Phe}
{L-4-NH2-Phe}
{D-3-Cl-Tyr}
{L-3-Cl-Tyr}
{D-3,5-DiCl-Tyr}
{L-3,5-DiCl-Tyr}
{D-3,5-DiBr-Tyr}
{L-3,5-DiBr-Tyr}
{D-3-I-Tyr}
{L-3-I-Tyr}
{D-3,5-DiI-Tyr}
{L-3,5-DiI-Tyr}
{D-3-NO2-Tyr}
{L-3-NO2-Tyr}
{D-3,5-DiNO2-Tyr}
{L-3,5-DiNO2-Tyr}
{L-3-F-Tyr}
{L-4-NO2-Phg}
{D-4-NO2-Phg}


Homo amino acid
{Har}, HomoArg
{Hcy}, HomoCys
{HPh}, HomoPhe
{D-HPh}, D-HomoPhe
{Hse}, HomoSer
{D-Hse}, D-HomoSer
{HomoCit}, HomoCit
{D-HomoCit}, D-HomoCit
{HomoLeu}, HomoLeu
{HomoPro}, HomoPro
{D-HomoPro}, D-HomoPro
{beta-HomoIle}, beta-HomoIle
{beta-HomoLeu}, beta-HomoLeu
{beta-HomoMet}, beta-HomoMet
{beta-HomoPro}, beta-HomoPro
{beta-HomoVal}, beta-HomoVal
{beta-HomoAsp}, beta-HomoAsp
{beta-HomoAsn}, beta-HomoAsn
{beta-HomoGlu}, beta-HomoGlu
{beta-HomoGln}, beta-HomoGln
{beta-HomoSer}, beta-HomoSer
{beta-HomoThr}, beta-HomoThr
{beta-HomoTrp}, beta-HomoTrp
{beta-HomoTyr}, beta-HomoTyr
{Azidohomoalanine}, Azidohomoalanine
{beta-HomoAla}, beta-HomoAla
{beta-HomoPhe}, beta-HomoPhe
{beta-HomoLys}, beta-HomoLys


Isotope label
N15 Ala
N15 Gly
N15 Val
N15 Pro
N15 Leu
N15 Ile
N15 Phe
N15 Asp
N15 Thr
N15 Glu
N15 Lys
N15 Tyr
N15 Arg
N15 Gln
{Phe (Ring-D5)}
{Others}
{13C Ala}
{13C,18O Ala}
{13C Leu}
{13C Val}
{13C3 Ala}
{13C3 15N Ala}
{13C2 15N Gly}
{13C6 15N Ile}
{13C9 Phe}
{13C6 15N Leu}
{13C5 Pro}
{13C5 15N Pro}
{13C5 15N Val}
{D3 Ala}
{D10 Leu}
{D8 Trp}


Quenched fluorescent peptide
Abz
Tyr (3-NO2)
Glu(EDANS)-NH2
DABCYL
Lys(DABCYL)
Lys(Abz)


MAPS and Carrier Complex
Symmetric 2 Branches (Pure)
Orn Symmetric 2 Branches (Pure)
Symmetric 4 Branches (Crude)
Orn Symmetric 4 Branches (Crude)
Symmetric 8 Branches (Crude)
Orn Symmetric 8 Branches (Crude)
Glu 2 Branches (N temrinus)
Glycerol 3 branches (C terminus)
n-mer Branch peptide on Lys side chain
n-mer Branch peptide on Thr side chain
n-mer Branch peptide on Ser side chain
Lys(Ac-Cys)
Lys(Ala)
Lys(Arg)
Lys(Asp)
Lys(Cys)
Lys(Glu)
Lys(Leu)
Lys(Met)-
Lys(Phe)-
Lys(Thioacetyl)
Lys(Val)
Lys(Beta-Asp)
Lys(Gama-Glu)
Lys(Cholesteryl)
Lys(LA) 
Lys(MTX)
Lys(Maleimide)
Lys(Mpa)
Lys(Pra)
Lys(Suc)
Lys(pGlu)
Lys(For)
Lys(Glu-Pal)
Lys(Ma)
Lys(Pal)
Lys(Gama-Glu-Pal)
Lys(4-HBA)
Lys(Acrylic)
Lys(Alkine) 
{Lys(Alloc)}
{Lys(Butanoyl)}
Lys(cyclopropanecarboxyl)
Lys(Crotonyl)
{Lys(3,5-diiodo-4-hydroxybenzoyl)}
Lys(HMP)
{Lys(Ahx-Diazirine)}
Lys(Methacryl)
{Lys(propargyl)}
{Lys(propionyl)}
Lys(Pyruvoyl)
Lys(2-hydroxyisobutyryl)
Lys(methylmalony)
Lys(HYNIC)
BSA-Peptide N terminus
BSA-Peptide C terminus
BSA-Peptide Cys
KLH-Peptide N terminus
KLH-Peptide C terminus
KLH-Peptide Cys
OVA-Peptide N terminus
OVA-Peptide C terminus
OVA-Peptide Cys


Atom Linker
{Gly}, 2 atoms
{Beta-Ala}, 3 atoms
{GABA}, 4 atoms
{Ava}, 5 atoms
{Ahx}, 6 atoms
{8-Aoc}
{AEA},aminoethoxyacetic acid
{Mini-PEG}, AEEA 9 atoms
{Mini-PEG2}, AEEEP 13 atoms
{Mini-PEG3},AEEEEP 16 atoms
{PEG4}
{PEG6}
{PEG8}
{PEG11}
{PEG-12}
{Ado}
{ANP Linker}
{PEG5}


Methyl amino acids
{Arg(Me)}
{ADMA},{Arg(Me)2} asymmetrical
{SDMA},{Arg(Me)2} symmetrical
{Tyr(Me)}
{Thr(Me)}
{Ser(Me)}
{Cys(Me)}, SMC
{Lys(Me)}
{Lys(Me2)}
{Lys(Me3)}
{L-2-Me-Trp}
{D-2-Me-Trp}
{Tyr(Et)}
{D-Tyr(Et)}
{Orn(Me)3}
{L-1-Me-Trp}


N-Methyl amino acid
{N-Me-Ala}
{N-Me-Phe}
{N-Me-Leu}
{N-Me-Ile}
{N-Me-Val}
{N-Me-Met}
{N-Me-Nle}
{N-Me-Nva}
{N-Me-Gly}, Sar
{N-Me-Ser}
{N-Me-Tyr}
{N-Me-Thr}
{N-Me-Asp}
{N-Me-Glu}


Cyclic peptide
Mono Disulfide bridge
Double Disulfide bridge
Triple Disulfide bridge
Random Triple Disulfide bridge
Same Seq. Inter-Disulfide bridge 
Different Inter-Disulfide bridge
Amide cyclic (end)
Amide cyclic (Side chain)
Orn side chain Amide cyclic
Thioester cyclic
Lactone cyclic


Phosphorylation
{pSer}
{pTyr}
{pThr}
{D-pSer}
{D-pTyr}
{D-pThr}
Di-sites in sequence
Tri-sites in sequence
4-sites in sequence
5-sites in sequence


Other modified amino acids
Arg(Boc2)
Arg(NO2)
Arg(pbf)
D-Arg(pbf)
Asp(Oall)
Asp(OMe)
Asp(OtBu)
Asp-OtBu
Asn(Trt)
Cys(Trt)
D-Cys(Trt)
Glu(Oall)
Glu(OBzl)
Glu(OMe)
Glu(OtBu)
D-Glu(OtBu)
Gln(Trt)
His(Boc)
His(Trt)
Lys(Boc)
Lys(DMT)
Lys(Fmoc)
Lys(Mtt)
Lys(Trt)
{Lys(Z)}
Ser(Trt)
Ser(tBu)
Tyr(propargyl)
Tyr(tBu)
D-Tyr(tBu)
Thr(tBu)
Trp(Boc)
Wang Resin
2-CTC Resin
Rink Amide AM Resin
Rink Amide MBHA Resin
{Map(Trt)}
Hyp(tBu)
{Orn(2-Cl-Z)}
{Ser(ΨMe,MePro)}
{Thr(ΨMe,MePro)}


 
 

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TFA Removal with Guarantee <1%
TFA Salt Content Analysis
KF Test (Water Content Test)
Microbial Analysis
Acetate Content (HIPC)
Maldi-Tof MS
Endotoxin analysis
Solubility Test
pH adjustment
Aliquoting (free for up to 5 vials)
Rush Service



 
 

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      - Dr. Tam, University of California Berkeley - Optometry, Berkeley, CA, USA

      "Easy-to-obtain prompt quotes online, reasonable prices, very responsive service, and high quality peptides. I will continue to use Biomatik and recommend them to colleagues."
      - Dr. Napper, Nemours Center for Childhood Cancer Research, Wilmington, DE, USA

 

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