Custom Peptide Synthesis

Chicken Peptide Synthesis Service

Custom, in-house peptide synthesis at competitive prices

custom peptide synthesis service Our custom peptide synthesis service synthesizes peptides with modified amino acids, including phosphorylated residues, biotinylated residues, nitrosylated residues, and more.

Our custom peptide synthesis service synthesizes peptides with modified amino acids, including phosphorylated residues, biotinylated residues, nitrosylated residues, and more.

Options

  • Scales of Synthesis
    • Our Custom Peptide Synthesis service produces milligram to gram quantities of peptide.
  • Purities
    • Although we recommend >70% purity levels for most antibody production purposes, we can further purify your peptides to >98% for other types of applications.
  • Chemical Modifications
    • We can modify your peptide in virtually any way you desire, including phosphorylation, amidation, acetylation, methylation, nitrosylation, cyclization, and more.

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Our In-house Custom Peptide Production Service Yields Anti-Peptide Antibodies That Work

The most important step in the process of anti-peptide production is the choice of peptide sequence. Aves has over twenty years of experience in Custom Peptide Synthesis and has developed thousands of successful anti-peptide antibodies for diverse customers. Therefore you could trust our expertise in designing and synthesizing your peptide.

Our Immunogenicity Algorithm® identifies sequences that involve analysis of hydrophilicity, chain flexibility, surface probability and the presence or absence of problematic and desirable residues in particular positions within the peptide. We check our peptides for potential sites of post-translational modification, which may reduce their binding properties. Most importantly, we run our peptides against a chicken database to avoid peptides with high homologies with endogenous chicken proteins.

We guarantee that the peptides identified will be immunogenic and the antibodies produced against them will recognize the cognate sequence. We cannot guarantee that these anti-peptide antibodies will recognize the native protein. This may be due to post-translational modification within the sequence or to protein folding events which hide the epitope.