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Peptide Handbook

The first edition of Peptide Handbook – A Guide to Design and Applications of Peptides in Biomedical Research – is a free educational and technical resource for scientists in all biomedical disciplines who use peptides, as a powerful tool, in their research.

This new resource covers topics on:

  • Unique biochemical features of peptides
  • Diverse applications of peptides in biomedical research
  • Various peptide synthesis technologies
  • Useful tools and guidelines in designing and applying custom synthetic peptides

To learn more, you can download the Peptide Handbook, explore our free Bioinformatics Tools, watch a webinar, or review the full range of GenScript's reliable Peptide Services designed to advance your research.

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