Monthly Archives: June 2016

Anti-peg: Monoclonal Antibody against polyethylene glycol

Are you having difficulty detecting and measuring PEG, pegylated proteins? How to characterize the quantity of PEG per protein, per nanoparticle? How to measure the unreacted, free PEG reagents in solution to determine your conjugation yield? Do you also want … Continue reading

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The Power of Peptides

Peptides do a multitude of things like burn fat, build muscles, improve athletic performance, fight aging, and more. Made from amino acids, Peptides act as proteins that help our bodies work as efficiently as possible. Peptides absorb quickly into the … Continue reading

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