What are Peptides?

Peptides are compounds made up of brief chains, between two and fifty amino acids, to be exact, of one or more amino acids. Simply put, they are the basic building blocks of cells and provide energy for a wide range of vital biological processes. This has opened up a world of potential in diverse fields of study, ranging from understanding biological functions and developing therapeutic compounds to creating novel biomaterials and improving agricultural practices. 

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