Peptides Stability

19th Apr 2018

A common misconception about peptides is that peptides are as unstable as proteins. In fact, polypeptides are much more stable than proteins, because the two factors that affect the stability of proteins do not exist in polypeptide synthesis. Th...
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What Is the Relationship Between Peptide And We Humans?

18th Apr 2018

What is the relationship between peptide and we humans? In the past few decades, the research of polypeptide has made great progress. Now scientists have made a clearer understanding of polypeptides. Scientists have found that peptides have a ver...
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Are Peptides Good for You?

13th Apr 2018

1. Inhibit cell degenerationPeptides can effectively inhibit cell degeneration and enhance human immunity, thus reducing the loss of collagen and improving skin relaxation.2. Activate cell activityBy activating cellular activity, peptides can effecti...
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The Basic Principles of the Formation of Peptide Bond

13th Apr 2018

The formation of a peptide bond (which produces a dipeptide) is a simple chemical process on the surface. It refers to two amino acid components that are connected through the peptide bond (amide bond) and remove the water simultaneously.Under the co...
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The Mixed Anhydride Method for the Polypeptides Synthesis

12th Apr 2018

Both organic carboxylic acid and inorganic acid can be used in the formation of acid anhydride. However, only a few have been widely applied, and in most cases, alkyl chloroformate is used. Ethyl chloroformate used in the past is mainly substituted b...
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