Biologically active peptides are typically from 5 to approximately 70 amino acid residues in length. In many cases, the peptide chain is stabilized with covalent crosslinks (for example, disulfide bonds) to maintain their desired biological activities.
These activities may include analgesic, antidiabetic, antihormonal, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-hypertensive, antithrombotic, and laxative effects. With low toxicity and high specificity, these peptides are routinely used in the pharmaceutical, food, cosmetic, veterinary, and diagnostic industries.
Some common categories of biologically active peptides include:
AmbioPharm chemically synthesizes biologically active peptides tailored to our customer’s needs and specifications. Our processes are efficient and utilize state-of-the art manufacturing methods and equipment in our facilities in the USA and Shanghai. Contact us to request a quote or learn more about our capabilities.
All our processes comply with cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practice) regulations as required by the FDA. These regulations assure proper design, monitoring, and control of manufacturing processes and facilities.
AmbioPharm’s quality systems assures the identity, strength, quality, and purity of the products we manufacture.
Our Quality Control Department continuously monitors production. Using quality controls, scientifically sound design practices, processing methods, and testing procedures, we are continuously developing and improving on all of our processes.
Our peptide manufacturing facilities in North Augusta, South Carolina use cGMP methods for quality.
Our facilities in Shanghai, China also employ cGMP methods that meet FDA regulations and requirements.