Peptide libraries are often used for bioassays. Biological assays are used to measure enzymatic or pharmacological activity. Indeed, peptide libraries are generally used for peptide screening, allowing the identification of drug candidates quickly and efficiently.
Also, peptide libraries can be used to screen for antibacterial activity, or to identify biomarkers that could be useful in the diagnosis of diseases.
– Overlapping libraries and scrambled peptide libraries are frequently used for bioloassays
– To screen compounds, it is not necessary to purify the peptide library, and the standard quality control is adequate for biological assays
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