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long peptide 02-22-2008 10:32 PM

which company's resin is better for peptide synthesis
 
Hi guys, do you usually use which company's resin for peptide synthsis, novabiochem? advanced chemtech? or...? do you think which company's resin is better, because I know the quality of the resin is very important for peptide synthesis. please give me some recommendations. Thanks!

musgun 02-23-2008 02:34 AM

Re: which company's resin is better for peptide synthesis
 
I've been using resins (mostly wang) from ChemPep (chempep.com) for over a year with no problems, and they beat the prices of most of the major companies around :) .

muthusiva 02-25-2008 08:07 AM

Re: which company's resin is better for peptide synthesis
 
Many companies are available in the resin market. I am having better experience with Novabiochem resin from Merck Biosciences.

long peptide 02-25-2008 04:42 PM

Re: which company's resin is better for peptide synthesis
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by muthusiva (Post 7072)
Many companies are available in the resin market. I am having better experience with Novabiochem resin from Merck Biosciences.

yes, Novabiochem resin is indeed good, but it's more expensive.:thumbs:

AplaGen 04-18-2008 12:18 AM

Re: which company's resin is better for peptide synthesis
 
That question is difficult to answer. Mainly it depends on the amount of money you want to pay. If that is not an issue for you, you should try an all-PEG-Resin like ChemMatrix ... to my experience choosing a good resin is the most important aspect in peptide synthesis ...

Just my 2 cents,

Andreas


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