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WEBINAR

Webinars Organized by Bachem

Benefit from Bachem’s experts. Join our free webinars. Participate in live discussions and seek answers to your questions. Too busy to attend? Watch our archived webinars at your convenience.

Fluorescently-Labeled Peptides

 

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 | 10am EDT (NA) / 3pm BST (UK) / 4pm CEST (EU-Central) 60 min

 

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Peptides fulfill numerous important tasks in nature. The investigation of such peptides in their natural environment is complex and requires specific techniques such as confocal microscopy. In order to study peptides with a confocal microscope, the peptide needs to be labeled with a fluorescent dye. A multitude of fluorescent dyes have been developed over the last decades, and are commercially available as starting materials for the synthesis of fluorescent peptides.

 

In this webinar, the speakers will provide an overview of known dye labels and highlight new developments in this field (e.g. dyes suitable for the study of complex processes, such as receptor-ligand interactions or the visualization of cellular structures). The speakers will also illustrate how to compare the performance of individual dye labels and give an overview over the commercially available options.

 

During the webinar, you will learn how to design the right substrate for your scientific application and how to attach the correct dye to the peptide sequence. In addition, you’ll get an overview of different synthetic methods as well as common pitfalls in the design of fluorogenic substrates. For more routine analyses, different decision pathways for the choice of substrates and dye labels will be discussed. The speakers will also demonstrate the use of an innovative new dye selector, which allows you to find suitable substrates for your required spectroscopic properties.

 

Topics

 

  • New developments in dye labeling

  • An overview of known dye labels

  • How to design the right substrate for your application

  • An overview of synthetic methods and pitfalls and more

 

Speakers

 

Dr. Stefanie Dobitz, Sales Manager Custom Synthesis, Bachem

 

Dr. Susanne Rodler, Sales Manager Custom Synthesis, Bachem

 

Dr. Erik Schrader, Marketing Specialist, Bachem

Archived Webinars

Should you have additional questions not covered during the webinar, please contact us. We value your views and comments and will try to answer your questions as soon as possible.

 

 

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22. June 2016

Peptides in Alzheimer's Research

 

Violeta Jordan, MBA

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02. Dec. 2015

Chemical Synthesis of Glycosylated Peptides and Proteins Improves
Drug Properties

 

Michael F. Haller, Ph.D.

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28. Nov. 2012

 

Custom Peptide Synthesis at Bachem: Quality Matters

Dr. Jason Moss

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26. March 2012

 

NextGen Venomics: Lead Discovery in Natural, Synthetic and Virtual Venoms

Dr. Reto Stöcklin

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28. Sept. 2011

 

Synthetic Manufacturing of Aprotinin,
a Small Protein API

Dr. Günther Loidl

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06. June 2011
 

Venomous Toxins in Drug Discovery

Dr. Reto Stöcklin

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