NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sigma-Aldrich today said that CPC Scientific will sell the firm's PEPscreen custom peptide libraries to life science researchers and pharmaceutical companies in North America.

San Jose, Calif.-based CPC specializes in peptide synthesis and supplying GMP peptides to researchers.

Sigma said that it has developed a synthesis platform that enables high-throughput production of milligram quantities of peptides, which are ideal for making custom peptides that would be used in drug discovery efforts.

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