Antimicrobial peptides (also known as AMPs or host defense peptides), are short, naturally occurring peptides found in multicellular organisms, and produced as a first line of defense. They can kill bacteria, yeasts, fungi, viruses and cancer cells, directly or indirectly by modulating the host defense systems. Researchers can save up to 50% on antimicrobial peptides from Hello Bio – they are up to half the price of other suppliers.
Histatin 5 (HB7356)Description:
Antimicrobial salivary peptide
IDR 1002 (HB8122)Description:
Innate defence regulator peptide
LL-37 (13-37) (human) (HB9268)Description:
Peptide fragment of LL-37 (human)
LL-37 (18-37) (human) (HB9560)Description:
Postsecretory product of LL-37 (human)
LL-37 (human) scrambled (HB7740)Description:
Scrambled control peptide for LL-37 (human)
LL-37 (human) (HB4444)Description:
Antimicrobial peptide. Reduces SARS-Cov2 infection.
Magainin 2 (HB7412)Description:
SARS-CoV Mpro FRET substrate suitable for measuring Mpro & SARS-Cov Mpro protease activity
mCRAMP (mouse) (HB8515)Description:
Mouse cathelicidin. LL 37 (human) ortholog.