- Product Description
fluorenylmethoxycarbonyl-N-Hydroxysuccinic acid imide ester isvery efficient selective reagents,for preparationFmoc-amino acid derivatives can avoid some of the problems that occur in the mixed anhydride method and can selectively protect hydroxyl-containing amino acids.for hydroxy amino acid derivativesPreparation of N-(9-fluoroethylmethoxycarbonyl); used in glycopeptide synthesis.
Polypeptides are a class of compounds formed by multiple amino acids linked by peptide bonds, usually10~100 amino acid molecules, the connection method is the same as protein, the relative molecular mass is lower than 10000. Peptides are ubiquitous in organisms, and tens of thousands of peptides have been found in organisms so far. They are widely involved in and regulate the functional activities of various systems, organs, tissues and cells in the body, and play an important role in life activities.
In recent years, peptide drugs synthesized by modern biotechnology have become one of the hotspots of drug research and development. Because of its wide indications, high safety and significant efficacy, it has been widely used in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer, hepatitis, diabetes, AIDS and other diseases, and has broad development prospects.
The early listed peptide drugs are mainly some peptide hormones, such as salmon calcitonin, somatostatin, human glucagon, oxytocin, thymosin, interferon and so on. With the deepening of new drug research and development, the development of peptide drugs has been developed to various fields of disease prevention and treatment, such as anti-tumor peptides, antiviral peptides, peptide vaccines, cytokine mimetic peptides, antibacterial peptides, diagnostic peptides, weight loss peptides, etc.
AndFmoc-OSu is the most basic and essential raw material in the synthesis of polypeptide drugs. It is a very efficient selective reagent for the preparation of amino acid derivatives N-fluorenylmethyloxycarbonyl for glycopeptide synthesis. Its dosage will increase with the development of peptide drugs.
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