Understanding life one protein at a time
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Understanding life by using custom synthetic peptides, customized antibodies
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Peptide Modifications: Phosphorylation

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Methods for Detecting Protein Phosphorylation
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Peptide Antigens From Tumor Cells

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Many tumor cells produce peptide antigens. These may be released in the bloodstream or remain on the cell surface. Certain peptide antigens have been found to be associated with specific human cancers, such as malignant melanoma, renal cell carcinoma, breast carcinoma, prostate cancer, lung carcinoma, and colon cancer.

 

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Peptide Modifications: Phosphorylation

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Peptide Antigen Design Guideline

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Peptides can be designed de novo or based on peptide sequences from native proteins, depending on the desired application. Antigen design is the key to a suitable peptide sequence for antibody production.

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