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Method for synthesizing peptides with saccharide linked enzyme polymer conjugates

United States Patent

5,639,633
June 17, 1997
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A method is disclosed for synthesizing peptides using water soluble enzyme polymer conjugates. The method comprises catalyzing the peptide synthesis with enzyme which has been covalently bonded to a polymer through at least three linkers which linkers have three or more hydroxyl groups. The enzyme is conjugated at lysines or arginines.
Callstrom; Matthew R. (Columbus, OH), Bednarski; Mark D. (Berkeley, CA), Gruber; Patrick R. (St. Paul, MN)
Cargill, Incorporated (Minneapolis, MN)
08/ 466,403
June 6, 1995
The research related to this application was supplied under several arrangements, one which was contract DE-AC03-76SF00098 between the U.S. Department of Energy and the University of California for the operation of Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. In relation to the contract, the U.S. Government has certain interests in the invention.