Peptide Library Design

JPT has been designing and synthesizing peptide libraries for peptide microarrays, peptide pools or as peptide libraries of individual peptides for many years, and we are happy to provide recommendations to choose the most efficient peptide library design for your specific application. Each peptide library design addresses a specific scientific question. 

Peptide Library Design Options

Overlapping Peptide Library

Overlapping peptide libraries for epitope mapping, screening for binding sites, epitope identification or T cell stimulation

Alanine Scanning Library

Alanine scanning libraries for identification of key residues, searching binding and binding sites

Truncation Library

Truncation libraries for determination of minimal epitopes, mapping minimal binding sites of proteins

Positional Scanning Library

Positional Scanning Libraries for optimization of enzyme substrates, antibody and T-cell epitopes

Cyclization Library

Peptide cyclization libraries for development of peptides with enhanced specifications, mimicking protein structures

Neo-Epitope Library

Neo-epitope libraries for neo-epitope prioritization from patient samples for immunotherapies

Scrambled Library

Scrambled Libraries for screening proteins with the permutations of a peptide for sequence optimization

Random Library

Random libraries for peptide sequence optimization, target identification and drug discovery

Looking for further peptide knowledge? Visit

Peptide Formats

Peptide Pool Design

Peptide Analysis

Quality Assurance

All production is performed according to ISO 9001:2015 standards

Stay in touch and be the first to receive the latest news!