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Cell Permeable Peptide Synthesis

Cell-penetrating peptides (CPPs) constitute a promising tool for the cellular import of drug cargos. They have been successfully applied for in vitro and in vivo delivery of a variety of therapeutic molecules including plasmids, DNA, oligonucleotides, siRNA, PNA, proteins, peptides, low molecular weight drugs, liposomes, and nanoparticles.

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MAP Peptide Synthesis

Certain native peptides render consistently low immunological responses, despite the fact that they are conjugated to a large carrier protein (e.g. KLH, BSA). When carrier proteins are not sufficient or cannot be used for immunizations, multiple antigenic peptides (MAPs) are a popular alternative. MAPs are peptides that are branched artificially. The presentation of peptides in branched forms can sometimes enormously increase their immunological responses.

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Fluorescent Peptide Synthesis

Fluorescently labeled peptides are frequently used for in vivo biomedical imaging, protein binding and localization studies. Fluorochrome-conjugated peptides can be visualized by fluorescence microscopy or other fluorescence visualization techniques. Pepscan applies a wide variety of fluorescent labels. These labels can be incorporated at any desired position within your peptide.

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D Amino Acid Peptide Synthesis

Kirkland Peptide's Fmoc-D-Amino Acids offer high purity (greater than 99%) at competitive prices. While L-amino acids are more common in natural proteins, D-amino acids have unique properties that make them valuable for drug development.

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Cyclic Peptide Synthesis

Kirkland Peptide offers various types of cyclic peptide synthesis using topologies such as: head-to-tail, side-chain-to-side-chain, head-to-side-chain, and side-chain-to-tail.

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