Pepscan launches new website

Better access to a wealth of custom peptide-based products and services

Lelystad, the Netherlands – August 21, 2015: Pepscan, a leading supplier of custom peptide-based products and services to the life sciences community, today announced the launch of their redesigned website ( With a new look and intuitive structure, it is organized to provide quicker and direct access to Pepscan’s broad portfolio of peptides and value-added services, such as Precision Epitope Mapping, its Custom Peptide Synthesis services and the PepChip range of peptide arrays.

Pepscan is specialized in constrained peptides, and is the inventor of the CLIPS constraining technology. Its highly constrained 2-CLIPS peptides represent a new class of biopharmaceuticals, offering antibody-like affinity and selectivity in a small, fully synthetic molecule. Pepscan also applies its technologies and profound knowledge of peptides in collaborative R&D projects for the discovery of peptide drugs.

The improved architecture and ease of navigation will save time and effort for scientists worldwide in search of custom peptide services. It makes the go-to resource for a comprehensive range of services, meeting the needs of a broad customer base ranging from universities and research institutions to biotech and large pharma companies.

“We have enhanced our website to better showcase our products, services and capabilities that enable our customers and prospects to meet their research and development requirements,” said Wim Mol, CEO of Pepscan.

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