Meeting Antigen Sequence Diversity with JPT's ULTRA Peptide Library Concept
Sequence diversity is a hallmark of many pathogenic viruses including HIV, HBV and Influenza. Recent DNA sequencing efforts have revealed similar sequence diversity among eukaryotes. Therefore, sequence variability has to be taken into account for the design of peptide libraries for immune monitoring, immunotherapy or vaccine development.
With the new ULTRA concept we are now able to provide peptide libraries that encompass a broad spectrum of sequence diversity. Created with our ULTRA bioinformatics algorithm the peptide libraries are available as PepMix™ Peptide Pools and RepliTope™ Microarrays .
Please read our new Application Notes for further information on the ULTRA concept and its application:
"The Challenge of Antigen Sequence Diversity: Solutions with ULTRA-Peptide Libraries"
by Ulf Reimer, Head of R&D, JPT Peptide Technologies
"Developing Multi-HIV Antigen Specific T Cells as a Component of a Cure Strategy"
by Sharon Lam, Conrad Russell Cruz and Catherine Bollard, Baylor College of Medicine and Children’s National Medical Center
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