Nature is a high-impact scientific journal that is widely read in the scientific community. If you want to learn how to orient your research toward subject areas that give you a greater chance of being published in Nature, LifeTein's advice would be: use quality products and research something you're excited about.
When defining a high-quality protein product, the primary consideration for most researcher is whether the protein will work when and how needed. This “product reliability” is a measure of the probability that a peptide or protein will hold its anticipated structure and perform its required function for a specified period of time.
What is reliability synthesis?
Reliability synthesis is the method we use that is dedicated to the reliability of a protein product: more specifically, to predicting, analyzing, and preventing or mitigating synthesis failures. Product reliability is critical for meeting scientist's demands for quality protein products at competitive prices.
What are Nature editors looking for?
Before preparing your experiments, you should ensure that you choose quality products and reliable services. LifeTein is the leading protein expert. Founded in 2008, LifeTein is the fastest provider of synthetic proteins in the US, with a global customer base that encompasses academia, the government, and pharmaceutical, chemical, agricultural, and biotechnology industries. LifeTein is the vendor that can synthesize by far the longest peptides, providing synthetic proteins of up to 169 amino acids to scientists.
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