Antigen Peptides

Antigen Peptides

Posted by Annie Golden on Jan 25, 2017 8:36 am

Antigen peptides, namely, a peptide used to trigger animal's immune system to develop antibodies specific to that peptide. Nowadays, the use of synthetic peptide antigens as immunogens has markedly increased, and this technique is also widely applied for immune research such as tumor immunotherapy etc. With ten years experience in antigen peptides supply, Creative Peptides is experienced in the synthesis of complex antigen peptides, such as glycopeptides or hyperphosphorylation peptides. 

Re: Antigen Peptides

Posted by Yasmin Hussain on Jun 11, 2020 10:46 am

Interesting read! From what I read, they’re synthetically produced from short amino acid sequences of the native target protein. They are a popular solution when access to a target protein is limited or unavailable.

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