CD Biosynsis provides professional backbone building services for synthetic biology researchers around the world to facilitate their cutting-edge research. Our aim is to obtain protein backbone configurations that satisfy a set of predefined requirements by the customers.
Backbone building is the preliminary step to designing a protein from scratch. The scientific community has adopted various methods to solve this problem. For symmetrical proteins, the method is necessary to ideally assemble secondary structural elements such as α-helices, β-chains, etc. that fall into the allowable area of the Ramachandran diagram, and then connect them with appropriate loops. If the target protein contains many structural elements, the spacing between these elements and the loop connecting them needs to be optimized. For symmetric proteins, backbone building can be optimized using a set of defined parameters. For proteins with irregular structures, backbone building follows a separate trend as the loops have to be designed separately with the assistance of PDB database. In this modern age of computer programming and algorithms, structure prediction programs can also be used to build the backbone structure.
CD Biosynsis provides de novo backbone design services involving backbone building and selection that best suit the target.
Figure 1. Schematic diagram of the backbone building process at CD Biosynsis.
Based on our advanced bioinformatics tools and computational approaches, CD Biosynsis provides backbone building services to help clients execute their projects. We start the design process based on the ideal target protein structure or topology, and then generate a compatible protein backbone for our customers.
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CD Biosynsis is a leading customer-focused biotechnology company dedicated to providing high-quality products, comprehensive service packages, and tailored solutions to support and facilitate the applications of synthetic biology in a wide range of areas.