AltaBioscience offers a comprehensive range of catalogue peptides, available for purchase from our online store, with shipping worldwide from our UK-based laboratory. Our selection of peptides is constantly expanding, with new additions regularly added to the list.
All of our peptides are supplied with HPLC and mass spectroscopy data, providing detailed information about their composition and purity.
Current catalogue peptides
- Cell-penetrating peptides
- Histone peptides from H3, H2a, H2b and H4
- Histone peptide arrays containing 94 individual peptides
- Epstein-barr and influenza peptides
- AMP-activated protein kinase SAMS peptide
- Beta amyloid peptides
- Ghrelin peptides
- Anti trypsin (PR3)
The list is constantly being extended, so contact us to add a peptide you would like stocked. Orders can be placed through our online store, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on +44(0)1527 584495, where one of our technical staff can discuss any options.
Peptides are shipped dry and are considered stable during transport. For more information about our catalogue peptides, please email us at email@example.com or call us on +44(0)1527 584495 to speak to one of our experts.
AltaBioscience stock a selection of individual histone peptides and 5 different histone peptide sets. The peptide sequences are derived from human histones H2A, H2B, H3 and H4 and include a range of modified amino acids.
AltaBioscience has provided custom synthesis of histone peptides from human H2a, H2b, H3 and H4 regions for many years, having collaborated with the original scientist who developed the idea for histone assays.
Suitable for both monoclonal antibody production and polyclonal antibody production, our peptide synthesis experts can assist with peptide antigen design using our epitope design software thereby suggesting antigenic peptide regions likely to provide the best immune response.
Although there are ways to combat influenza viruses, they have evolved to mutate frequently in order to evade the host’s immune system.
Protein and peptide (epitope) tag sequences are attached to proteins to facilitate easy detection and purification of expressed proteins.