Synthetic N-Linked Glycopeptides

N-linked glycosylation is a post translational process that occurs in eukaryotes and widely in archaea, but is rare in bacteria. It’s now understood that N-glycosylation plays a role in the folding of many eukaryotic proteins. Thus, approximately 70% of human therapeutic proteins are N-linked glycoproteins which contributes to increased in vivo half-life and bioavailability and hence higher therapeutic efficacy.

Glycopeptides - N-linked

Rnase B Model Fragment (N-Glycosylated Synthetic Fragment); GP211000

Synthetic Glycopeptide; GP211030

Synthetic Glycopeptide

Synthetic Glycopeptide

Synthetic Glycopeptide; GP211010

Synthetic Glycopeptide

Synthetic Glycopeptide