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Help with where to get peptides made? Trying to get MIF-1

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#1 BrankLucas

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Posted 02 October 2019 - 03:13 AM


This is a peptide that will reduce anhedonia in the majority of patients long term.

 

https://www.reddit.c..._potential_for/

 

 

So far I've been playing some games and working down the list of suppliers who won't sell the the general public, got very close to getting it but they didn't give me tracking information beforehand so I lost it, but this is costly. Anyone able to provide some information on how those of us who aren't at universities or some type of facility can get this sort of thing?


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Posted 06 December 2019 - 11:23 PM

Alibaba, that's what I used. It doesn't have to be China, Alibaba has some non-Chinese ones. Just search for custom peptide synthesis on alibaba and look through the suppliers.

Make sure to write professionally to them and be clear and concise as they are generally not experts with English and they tend to get confused by too many statements or questions.

You need to specify the purity % you need, the amino acid sequence, the purpose of the synthesis (so they know whether you need them to do expensive testing and purification in cases of scientific cell culture experiments) and the quantity. It also helps to include a published study on the structure of the peptide, so they can check for you if the structure is correct.
Something like this:
Peptide name:
Peptide sequence:
Peptide purity: >95%

Peptide quantity:

Purpose of synthesis: In vivo testing

Please quote a price for this peptide



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Posted 06 December 2019 - 11:31 PM

Peptides are generally extremely expensive to manufacture. For example the cheapest I could make it for my own peptide was 670 us dollars for 10mg of a 20 amino acid (2 loops) peptide. Yes loops are expensive but still.

Though this peptide you mention seems small and cheap to manufacture.



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