New Product: PetiSyzer series

forders 57th-JPS-WEB(Eng)PSP5200

Due to the cell-based assays demands on synthetic peptides are increasing.

The present paper describes higher efficient systems for library construction and characterization to save energy in research of peptide-libraries.

Larger scale by a novel apparatus, PSP5200 forRT20M

・Previously we have developed personal synthesizers with simultaneous multiple mode (PetiSyzer®) and disposable reactors, RT3, RT5 and RT20 (3, 5 and 20 mL, respectively). RT20 has been often used as columns for separation.

・The PSP5200 has a larger attachment on a shaking device having 5 x 2 positions.

・The mixing principle is an oval-rotation, more rotational moment was required for complete mixing. Mixing efficiency is important, the shaking speed and total reaction volume have been adjusted through observation, hence mixing with larger volume was ineffective.

・The optimized reaction scale: 300-500 mg polymer supports/reactor.

・Target peptides (molecular weight around 1 kDa), conventional polystyrene-type resin (substitution is 0.6-0.7 mmol/g resin) generated 2-300 mg of crude peptides per reactor.

・TentaGel® (substitution is ca 2.5 mmol/g resin) gave ca 75 mg of crude peptides from one reactor.

・Generally, reaction time was a little bit longer than that of smaller reactors, although the consumption of solvent was ca 30 mL for one coupling (including washing after coupling and deprotection), hence mixing with larger volume was ineffective.

・Larger filtration area of RT20 allowed rapid removal of solvents.

・After cleavage the purity of synthetic peptides was >90% and could be used without purification for further applications.

SOP  (solvent consumption ca 30 mL/cycle)


The peptidyl-resin generated from TentaGel® without linker in RT20 can also be used directly as an affinity column after cleavage (Fig right) for this application high quality peptides on resin is particularly important since the peptide immobilized on resin cannot purify by HPLC.

[Nokihara, K., and Ando, E., Peptide Chemistry 1993, ed., Okada, Y., 25-28, 1994],

Assembly of two model peptides using PSP5200+RT20

Inyline  Ac-Glu-Asp-Tyr-Tyr-Arg-Leu-NH2
Argireline   Ac-Glu-Glu-Met-Gln-Arg-Arg-NH2

Saving energy:

Lower costs

Rapidness with less skill

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