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Industrial area of Patras
Phone: +30 2610 647 339
Fax: +30 2610 647 316
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CBL-PATRAS is a privately owned company founded in 1990 by Dr. Kleomenis Barlos, Professor in Chemistry and is located in Patras, in southwest Greece.
CBL-PATRAS is a leading manufacturer of excellent quality resins for solid phase peptide and organic synthesis and of amino acid derivatives for life science research. CBL-PATRAS operates as a multi-purpose and large scale production facility. The production capacity begins at kilogram quantities up to multi tone scale. The company offers the latest technologies to secure product quality in order to meet with customer specifications.
A high qualified staff and outstanding analytical equipments support the manufacturing process for achieving high qualitative standards.
The activities of the company are focused in the manufacture of innovative products. CBL-PATRAS promotes the research and development for novel compounds with applications in combinatorial and solid phase peptide/organic chemistry.
Categories of Products
• Peptides and proteins
• Basis Resins (2-Chlorotrityl-, Trityl-, AM- and MBHA Resins)
• Amino Acid-2-Chlorotrityl resin / or 4-Methoxybenzhydryl resin
• Resin-bound aminoalcohols
• Nα-Trityl-amino acids
• Nα -Fmoc-amino acids
• Resin-bound diamines
• Resin-bound aminothiols
• Mercaptoacids bound through their thiol function onto
2-chlorotrityl resin / or 4-Methoxytrityl resin
• N-protected aminoalkyl bromides, chlorides and mesylates
• N- and S-Protected Aminothiols
Last update of this entry: July 12, 2005
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