How a Peptide Synthesizer Works & How We Save You Time & Money
Despite the diversity in types, the Excedr lease program is able to source all instrument types and can accommodate any brand preferences your end-user might have. Request an estimate today and see how leasing can discount your peptide synthesizer’s price.
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The Advantages of Excedr’s Peptide Synthesizer Leasing Program:
- Eliminates the upfront cost of purchasing equipment by spreading its cost over time
- Minimizes equipment downtime with included complete repair coverage and preventive maintenance
- Takes advantage of potentially 100% tax deductible* payments, providing you significant cash-savings
- Expedites the administrative work needed for instrument procurement and logistics
- Conserves working capital, enabling you to reinvest in your core business and operations (staffing, inventory, marketing/sales, etc.)
- Accommodates all manufacturer and model preferences
*Please consult your tax advisor to determine the full tax implications of leasing equipment.
Created in 1963, solid phase peptide synthesis (SPPS) was a wonderful process that helped enable the creation of peptides.
This process allows for the development of automated peptide synthesizers, machines that drastically simplify and expedite the production of peptides.
This technique’s main purpose is to create both small peptides and large proteins. The automation of the process simplified the aggravatingly tedious steps of purification that the traditional method required in regard to solution phase synthesis. This, in addition to the robotic instrumentation, makes preparing multiple peptide samples at once simple. All that is required is defining and inputting the synthesis strategy and adding in the amino acid sequence.
Peptides themselves offer a range of uses in the medical and research fields including acting as chemical messengers, inter- and intra-cellular mediators, hormones, and much more. Even some antibiotics and pathogens can be manufactured using this process, and continued research is coming up with new developments every year.
Process, Benefits, & Automated Protein Synthesizer System Cost
These systems allow researchers, medical professionals, and many others to keep their to create the specific proteins and peptides they need with tremendous ease. There are several parts to the process of synthesizing peptides, they are:
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Peptide deprotection is a secondary process in the synthesis of peptides. Amino acids contain a variety of reactive groups and to create the proper peptide chain without adverse side reactions adding in chemical groups that block specific reactive groups is necessary. This is called blocking or protecting. Deprotecting is the process of removing the protecting groups just after the coupling to allow the other amino acids to bind, growing the peptide chain in the proper manner. It is important to note that virtually all synthesis processes find using multiple protecting groups to be necessary and thus having groups that are completely compatible and that do not interfere with one another’s functions is a must.
Amino Acid Coupling
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Amino acid coupling requires the activation of carboxylic acid on the amino acid added to the reaction. This allows the N-terminus of the growing peptide chain to connect with the C-terminal of the amino acid allowing the peptide bond to form and the chain to continually grow. The N-terminus of the newly created peptide chain is deprived next and the above process is repeated until the full length of the peptide is completed.
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After the coupling and deprotection cycles are completed the remaining protecting groups have to be removed from the peptide that is being formed. The method of “cleaving” out these groups is called acidolysis, and the specific chemical used to remove the groups is entirely dependent on the protection groups that were used. This process is extremely important for proper peptide synthesis and cannot be overlooked.
Protein Synthesis Strategies
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While peptide synthesis can be rather chemically complex, a synthesizer makes the process much simpler. There are two main methods that are used to generate peptides and proteins, so it is important to know the difference if you are looking to lease:
- Liquid Phase: This is the classic methodology that was implemented by scientists when they were first discovering that they could indeed generate peptide in vitro. While this method is not as common in the present day, it is still used quite often when performing large-scale synthesis. Unfortunately, the difficulty and length of time needed to use this method have made it less popular since the advent of SPPS.
- Solid Phase: Solid-phase, or SPPS, is the more common method that is used to create peptides presently. The main reason for the success of this method is due to peptide synthesizers and the easy automation and the high-throughput that they offer. This is in line with many other biological manufacturing processes and is a huge boon to researchers and medical professionals alike.
Whether you’re interested in financing a peptide synthesizer or microarray scanner, we have you covered. Fill out our contact form or give us a call at (510) 982-6552 and we can discuss your specific needs in-depth.
We Offer Customized Protein Synthesizer Leases to Fit Every Need
This off-balance sheet financing structure provides three options at the end of the term. The lessee has the option to return the equipment to the lessor, renew at a discounted rate, or purchase the instrument for the fair market value. Monthly payments are also 100% tax deductible which yields additional monetary savings.
If you recently bought equipment, Excedr can offer you cash for your device and convert your purchase into a long-term rental. This is called a sale-leaseback. If you’ve paid for equipment within the last ninety days, we can help you recoup your investment and allow you to make low monthly payments. This also frees up money in your budget rather than tying it down to a fixed asset.
Peptide Synthesis Device Manufacturers & Models on the Market
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Liberty PRIME, CarboMAX, Liberty Blue HT12, Flex-Add Liberty Blue, Liberty Life, Discovery Bio, Razor Cleavage System, Automatic Microwave Peptide Synthesizer, Manual Peptide Synthesis
Initiator+ Alstra, Microwave Assisted Organic Synthesis (MAOS), Initiator+ SP Wave, Syro, Syro II, Syros XP, S2PS, Syro Heating Block, S1PS, Alstra Remote, Initiator Peptide Workstation
Gyros Protein Technologies:
Prelude X, Symphony X, Tribute, Symphony/Quartet, Sonata/Sonata ST, PS3, PurePrep Pathway, Ultra PurePep Pathway
CS136 Series, CS136S, CS136X, CS336 Series, CS336S CS336X, CS536 Series, CS536, CS536X, CS936 Series, CS936S, CS936, CS936X, Commercial Scale Peptide Synthesizers, Research Scale Peptide Synthesizers, Pilot Scale Peptide Synthesizers
Eclipse, Infinity 2400, Focus series, Focus Xi, Focus XC, Focus XC II, Focus XC III, Apex 396, Apex 396 Parallel Synthesizer, APEX 396HT, Apex 396HT Peptide Library Synthesizer, Model 400, Model 400-P4, Titan 357, Endeavor 90, Endevor 90-III, Matrix 384, Labmate, SMART Synthesis Software, Microwave Peptide Synthesizer, Peptide Research Instrument, Peptide Personal Synthesizer, Peptide Production Synthesizer, Parallel Synthesizer, Automated Multiple Peptide Synthesizer, Peptide Library Synthesizer, Pilot Production Place Synthesizer, Automated Split-and-Combine Combination Peptide Synthesizer, Personal Manual Parallel Synthesizer
MultiPep RSi, MultiPep CF, ResPep SLi, Slide Spotting Robot, CelluSpots, SPOT module
Activo-P11 Automated Peptide Synthesizer, ActivoPep, Activo-P14 Peptide Synthesizer, Activo-P12 Cleavage Device, Activo-LS55 Automated Peptide Synthesizer, Activo-S44 Automated
PPSQ-51A/53A, Isocratic System, Gradient System
Tetras Peptide Synthesizer
Peptide Machines, Inc.: