Peptide Synthesis Made Fast and Efficient
CEM Corporation is transforming the way chemists perform peptide synthesis once again with the introduction of the Liberty BlueTM automated microwave peptide synthesizer. More than just a facelift, the Liberty Blue system has been designed for maximized speed and efficiency. With 4-minute cycle times and a 90% solvent reduction, no other peptide synthesizer on the market can even come close to the performance of the Liberty Blue. Couple with that unparalleled peptide quality along with greater flexibility and improved reliability, Liberty Blue is the system of choice for all your peptide synthesis needs.
The Liberty Blue system's combination of microwave peptide synthesis along with rapid liquid handling offers several advantages over conventional synthesis conditions including:
  • Shorter reactions resulting in only 4-minute cycle times
  • Higher purity peptides than conventional synthesis
  • Use of standard, inexpensive peptide synthesis reagents
  • Synthesis of peptides impossible to synthesize under conventional conditions
  • License included allowing the use of microwave energy for both the coupling and deprotection steps
Peptide synthesis is even easier with pre-weighed amino acids and SpheriTide® resins.

Fmoc Amino Acids

Purchase pre-weighed Fmoc amino acids in CEM centrifuge tubes and take full advantage of the speed and efficiency of your Liberty Blue. Centrifuge tubes with 2.5 or 5.0 mmol are ready for dilution and direct installation on the Liberty Blue Peptide Synthesizer.

SpheriTide® Resins

SpheriTide polymeric microspheres for solid phase peptide synthesis consist of poly-ε-lysine cross-linked with multifunctional carboxylic acids. It possesses a hydrophilic character specifically designed to reduce intra-molecular aggregation, a known problem in SPPS; this peptidic nature results in higher peptide purities and yields. SpheriTide is fully compatible with both microwave and conventional peptide synthesis.


rd2014-goldbanner_web.jpgFeatured Article
High-Efficiency Solid Phase Peptide Synthesis (HE-SPPS)
by Jonathan M. Collins *, Keith A. Porter , Sandeep K. Singh , and Grace S. Vanier
Org. Lett., 2014, 16 (3), pp 940–943
DOI: 10.1021/ol4036825
Publication Date (Web): January 23, 2014