• slide1_protein_protein_interaction_domain_PPID_PDB_ID_1YCR.png
  • slide2_PPID-fragment_short_linear_peptide_PDB_ID_1YCR.png
  • slide3_PPI_function_of_a_PPID_prevented_specifically_PDB_ID_1YCR.png

Development of protein–protein interaction inhibitor candidates

 

Peptide protein–protein interaction inhibitors (plasmid-expressed as well as synthetically produced) are powerful tools that can be applied in cells in culture to study molecular mechanisms of cellular processes by inhibiting the corresponding protein–protein interaction within these cells (learn more).

Through our services it may be possible to obtain a series of expression plasmids that encode for short peptides that potentially inhibit your protein–protein interaction of interest in cells in culture. To learn more check PRTN1_tool_candidates_v1.1c.pdf or contact us.

Print