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Custom Peptides and Controls

Custom Peptides and Controls

Peptides

Cell Signaling Technology (CST) offers off-the-shelf and custom-synthesized blocking peptides that can be used to evaluate the specificity of antibody reactivity in your assay. We also specialize in synthesis of high-quality custom AQUA peptides, including challenging sequences and unusual post-translational modifications.

IHC Control Slides

Making a confident assessment of positive or negative results requires synthesis of information from your staining, such as signal strength, background, and localization. Control slides are another valuable tool that can be used to assess the performance of staining reagents and IHC methods. Our custom IHC control slides contain a positive and a negative pellet of formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) cells, and each set contains 5 slides.

Contact us for more information on blocking peptides:

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Contact us for more information on IHC control slides or AQUA peptides:

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Legal Usage Statement: AQUA peptides

I. NOTICE to NOT-FOR-PROFIT or ACADEMIC PURCHASER

Purchase of this peptide product includes a license to use this product in the practice of methods described in United States Patent Application Ser. No. 60/312,279 and PCT US02/25778 (Gygi et al., Harvard University; PROTEIN-AQUA™ methodology/technology) for research purposes only, and the purchase price includes an allowance for payment to Harvard University of its standard royalty for such license. Licenses for the practice of the methods for other non-research purposes may be sought directly from the owner of the technology:

Harvard University

Office of Technology Licensing

Building A, Room 414

25 Shattuck Street

Boston, MA 02115

II. NOTICE to FOR-PROFIT PURCHASER

The purchase of this peptide product does not include a license to use this product in the practice of methods described in United States Patent Application Ser. No. 60/312,279 and PCT US02/25778 (Gygi et al., Harvard University; PROTEIN-AQUA™ methodology/technology). Licenses for the practice of such methods must be sought directly from the owner of the technology:

Harvard University

Office of Technology Licensing

Building A, Room 414

25 Shattuck Street

Boston, MA 02115