News & Events 2021-03-30T21:13:21+00:00

Upcoming Events

TKS: Innovative Chemistry for Peptide Manufacturing and Analysis – March 17, 2021

Of the challenges related to large-scale manufacturing of peptides, costs, scalability, process efficiency and sustainability rank high for sponsor companies. GAP-PS is a new approach to peptide synthesis that delivers an economical, green manufacturing solutions for complex, long chain macromolecules with high yield  and high crude purity – which significantly reduces chromatography costs.

Group Assisted Purification Peptide Synthesis (GAP-PS) resembles solid-phase peptide synthesis,  but the process runs in solution. By running coupling reactions in solution phase and purifying by simple filtration and/or extraction, we combine the advantages of both LPPS and SPPS techniques. The process embraces principles of Green Chemistry by focusing on waste prevention and energy efficiency; using safer solvents; and minimizing potential for accidents and hazardous conditions.

Dr. Cole Seifert will be speaking on how how longer peptides can be made using a straight-through, one-fragment approach. A case study demonstrating the successful application of GAP-PS to the 20-mer pharmaceutical peptide, bivalirudin, is presented.   Click the link above to register and view the TKS webinar.


Previous Events

TIDES: Oligonucleotide and Peptide Therapeutics – September 15-18, 2020
TECH FW Impact Showcase 2019 – May 14, 2019
TIDES: Oligonucleotide and Peptide Therapeutics – May 7-10, 2018
Consero IP Forum for Life Sciences – December 3-5, 2017
American Chemical Society Southwest Regional Meeting – October 29-Nov 1, 2017
Boulder Peptide Symposium – September 25-28, 2017
American Peptide Symposium – June 17-22, 2017


News

Texas Tech University System Awarded Patent for System and Method for Solution Phase Gap Peptide Synthesis – March 2021

Advancing More Affordable Peptide Manufacturing with High-speed Automation – Summer 2019

Texas Tech Technology Company Looks to Revolutionize Synthetic Peptide Production – Spring 2018