Issue Date: March 17, 2014
Solid-phase peptide synthesis is an indispensable method for constructing natural and modified peptide sequences. But the multistep process, even when automated, is extremely time-consuming for the relatively small amount of peptide generated. For example, a milligram-scale synthesis of a peptide 20 amino acids long can take 24 hours or longer to complete.
An MIT research team including Mark D. Simon, Klavs F. Jensen, and Andrea Adamo and led by . . .
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