Scrambled libraries are constructed through permutation of the original peptide sequence. They are typically used as:
1. Negative controls to show that a specific sequence rather than the amino acid composition is critical for activity; or
2. A tool for finding new leads by creating a random screening library.
This tool can generate a maximum of 1000 permutations of your original sequence. For larger sets or for complete libraries of all 3-mer or 4-mer peptides containing every possible amino acid combination and permutation, please contact us directly.