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Products - Microarray Instruments - Peptide Synthesis - Personal Peptide Synthesizers

Peptide Synthesizer Model PSP510

peptide-synthesizer

10-position Reactor Holder with PTFE manifolds for waste x 1

Waste tube x 1

Shaker (0.5A, AC100V, 50/60Hz, 300-2500 rpm) x 1

LibraTube (RT5M) x 10

Top caps for RT5M (RT5C) x 10

2-way Stop Valves -PTFE (RTV-SF2) x 10

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Peptide Synthesizer Model PSS510

peptide-synthesis-machine

10-position heating and cooling reaction system with shaker

LibraTube (RT5M100) and Small LibraTube (RT3M100) work with this system

Two independent temperature control system
(5 tubes in 1 lane)

Temperature range: up to 120 degrees Celcius

Two independent heating blocks and cooling ports (cooling requires circulating chiller)

Two independent waste lines through PTFE manifold

Shaker with timer and speed adjuster

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Peptide Synthesizer Model PSL503

automated-peptides

Shaker (0.5A, AC100V, 50/60Hz) with Temperature Controller (5.1A, AC100V, 50/60Hz) and PCTFE manifold x 1
Waste tube x 1
LibraTube G50 (RTG50) x 3
Screw caps with septa (RV18160CS) x 3
2-way Stop Valves -PTFE (RTV-SF2) x 3

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Peptide Synthesizer Model PSL205

affordable-peptides

Shaker (0.5A, AC100V, 50/60Hz) with Temperature Controller (5.1A, AC100V, 50/60Hz) and PCTFE manifold x 1
Waste tube x 1
LibraTube G20 (RTG20) x 5
Screw caps with septa (RV18160CS) x 5
2-way Stop Valves -PTFE (RTV-SF2) x 5

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Peptide Synthesizer Model RSND25

Arrayit-peptides

25-Position Reaction System for solution and solid phase synthesis

Heating, Cooling and Reflux with Shaker

Highly efficient mixing

Temperature range: 0 - 120 degrees Celcius (cooling requires circulating chiller)

Revolution speed range: 0 - 1000 rpm

Compatible wtih Big LibraTube (RT20M)

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Publications related to Peptide Microarray and the above Synthesis Instruments (Dr. Nokihara and co-workers, HiPep Laboratories and Arrayit)

Nokihara, K., Hirata, A., Takebayashi, Y., Ohyama, T., Kawasaki, T., Miyazato, N., Kodama, Y., Ono, N., Sogon, T., Suzuki, K., Miyajima, M., Kawahira, N. and Oka, Y. Peptide Science 2008, Nomizu, M., ed.; Japanese Peptide Society, pp 95-98, 2009. Production of peptide and glycopeptide libraries and development of novel materials for microarrays focusing on protein detection.

Kawasaki, T., Miyajima, M., Kawahira, N., Hirata, A., Ohyama, T., and Nokihara, K. Peptide 2008, pp 184-185, 2008, Lankinen, H. (Ed), Construction of O-glycoside peptide libraries by Fmoc-SPPS using the building block strategy.

Nokihara, K., Hirata, A., Kawasaki, T., Miyazato, N., Kodama, Y., Ono, N., Sogon, T., Suzuki, K., Miyajima, M., Kawahira N., and Ohyama, T. Peptide 2008, pp 482-483, 2008, Lankinen, H. (Ed), Production of peptide arrays consisting of labeled structured peptide and glycopeptide libraries for the construction of protein detection systems.

Hirata, A.; Kawahira, N.; Suzuki, K.; Kawakami, H.; Ohyama, T.; Sogon, T.; Nokihara, K. Peptide Science 2007, Aimoto, S., Ono, S. eds.; Japanese Peptide Society, 2008; pp 167-170. Construction and characterization of a peptide library related to the human prion protein.

Nokihara, K.; Ohyama, T.; Ono, N.; Kawakami, H.; Kawahira, N.; Kodama, Y.; Miyazato, N.; Suzuki, K.; Miyajima, M.; Sogon, T, Hirata, A.; Kawasaki, T.; Takebayashi, Y.; Oka, Y. Peptide Science 2007, Aimoto, S., Ono, S. eds.;  Japanese Peptide Society,  2008; pp 106-108. Development of peptide  arrays as sensor elements and novel chip-materials focusing on practical bio-chip production.

Usui, K.; Tomizaki, K.; Ohyama,  T.; Nokihara, K.; Mihara, H.  Molecular BioSystems,  The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006,  2, 113-121.  A Novel Peptide Microarray for Protein Detection and Analysis Utilizing a Dry Peptide Array System.

Nokihara, K.; Ohyama, T.; Kawakami, H.; Kawahira, N.; Kodama, Y.; Miyazato, N.; Ono, N.; Oka, Y. Peptides 2006, Rolka, K.; Rekowski, P., Silberring, J. eds.; Kenes International,  2006; pp340-341. Further development of a practical production system for labeled peptide arrays focusing on high throughput protein detection.

Nokihara, K.; Ohyama, T.; Kawakami, H.; Kawahira, N.; Kodama, Y.; Miyazato, N.; Ono, N.; Rasidi, S.; Usui, K.; Mihara, H.; Oka, Y.  Peptide Science 2006,  Mihara, H., Ishida, H. eds.; Japanese Peptide Society,  2006; pp 334-335. Construction of Novel High hroughput Recognition Systems Using Labeled Peptide Arrays Focusing on Protein Detection Chips.

Nokihara, K., Future Materials, 6, 42-49, 2006, Synthetic Peptides for Bio-sensor Elements, Development of High Throughput Protein Detection Systems (Review in Japanese).

Usui, K.; Tomizaki, K.; Nokihara, K.; and Mihara, H. Peptides 2005, Understanding Biology Using Peptides, Sylvie E. ed.; Blondelle, American Peptide Society,  2005; pp731-733. Designed Peptide Microarrays For Protein Detection and Characterization.

Nokihara, K.; Ohyama, T.; Yonemura, K.; Oka, Y.; Usui, K.; Mihara, H. Peptides 2005, Understanding Biology Using Peptides, Sylvie E. Blondelle, ed.;  American Peptide Society,  2005; pp 738-739. High Throughput  Preparation of Peptide Arrays Containing Two Fluorescent Dyes Focusing on Practical Protein Detection Systems.

Nokihara, K.; Ohyama, T.; Yonemura, K.; Usui, K.; Tomizaki, K.; Mihara, H. Peptide 2004, Flegel, M.; Fridkin, M.;  Gilon, C.,    Slaninova, J. eds.; Kenes International, Geneva, 2005; pp 176-177. Optimization of peptide arrays on chip as novel practical protein characterization system.

Usui, K.; Ojima, T.; Suzuki, M.; Watanabe, S.; Tomizaki, K.; Nokihara, K.; Mihara, H. Peptide 2004, Flegel, M.;  Fridkin, M.; Gilon, C., Slaninova, J. eds.; Kenes International, Geneva, 2005; pp 401-402. Protein-detection microarrays using structure-based designed peptide libraries.

Nokihara, K.; Usui, K.; Yonemura, K.; Ohyama, T.; Oka, Y, Tomizaki, K.; Mihara, H.  Peptide Science 2004, Shimohigashi, Y. ed.; The Japanese Peptide Society, 2005; pp 145-148. Studies on Fluorescent Dyes and Surface  Chemistry Focusing on Practical Peptide Array Preparation.

Shimohigashi, Y. ed.; The Japanese Peptide Society,  2005; pp 113-114. Peptide Microarrays Using Designed Libraries for Protein Detection  Usui, K.; Takahashi, M.; Nokihara, K.; Mihara, H. Molecular Diversity,  2004,  8, 209-218. Peptide arrays with designed α-helical peptides for characterization of proteins from FRET-fingerprint patterns.

Usui, K.; Ojima, T, Takahashi, M.; Nokihara, K.; Mihara, H. Biopolymers, Peptide Science,  2004,  76, 129-139.  Peptide arrays with designed secondary structures for  protein characterization using fluorescent fingerprint patterns.

Nokihara, K.; Ohyama, T.; Usui, K.; Yonemura, K.; Takahashi, M. and Mihara, H. Solid-Phase Synthesis and Combinatorial Chemical Libraries 2004, Epton, R. ed.; Mayflower Scientific, UK, 2004; pp 83-88. Development of peptide-chips focusing on a high throughput protein-detection system.

Nokihara, K.; Ohyama, T.; Ono, N, Yonemura, K.; Sugioka, N. Peptide Science 2003, Ueki, M. ed.; The Japanese Peptide Society, 2004; pp 161-164. Optimization for the selective removal of sulfhydryl protection in Fmoc-solid phase peptide synthesis for side chain modification and/or immobilization.

Usui, K.; Ojima,T; Suzuki, M.; Takahashi, M.; Nokihara, K.; Mihara, H. Peptide Science 2003, Ueki, M. ed.; The Japanese Peptide Society,  2004; pp 111-112. Designed peptide microarrays and protein characterization using fingerprint patterns.

Takahashi, M.; Nokihara, K.; Mihara, H.  Chemistry and Biology, 2003,  10, 53-60. Construction of a protein-detection system using a loop peptide library with a fluorescence label.

Usui, K.; Takahashi, M.; Ojima, T.; Suzuki, M.; Nokihara, K.; Tamiya, E.; Mihara, H. Peptide 2003 Revolution:  Genomics & Therapeutics, Chorev, M., Sawyer, T. K. eds.; American Peptide Societ5y, 2003; pp 258-259. Peptide  microarrays using structure-based peptide libraries for protein chips.

Mihara, H.; Takahashi, M.; Usui, K.; Ojima, T.; Nokihara, K. Peptide Science 2002, Yamada, T. ed.; The Japanese Peptide Society, 2003; pp 109-110. Structure-designed peptide microarrays for protein detection.

Usui, K.; Takahashi, M.; Ueno, A.; Nokihara, K.; Mihara, H. Peptides 2002, Benedetti, E., Pedone, C. eds.; Edizioni  Ziino, Napoli, Italy,  2002; 646-647. Microarrays with  α-helical peptides for protein detection using a FRET technique.

Mihara, H.; Takahashi, M.; Usui, K.; Ojima, T.; Ueno, A.; Nokihara, K. Peptides 2002, Benedetti, E., Pedone, C.  eds.; Edizioni Ziino, Napoli, Italy,  2002; pp 564-565. Protein-detection systems using structure-based peptide libraries and peptide microarrays.

Usui, M. Takahashi, A. Ueno, Nokihara, K.; H. Mihara, Peptide Science 2001, Aoyagi, H. ed.; The Japanese  Peptide Society, 2002; pp 405-406. Construction of a Protein-Detection System using Designed Peptides with Fluorescent Labels.

 

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