Tool for Scrambling Protein or Peptide Sequences

Scrambled, or shuffled, or randomly rearranged peptides or protein fragments are useful in studies requiring molecules that, while having certain properties (such as molecular weight) the same as the original sequences, would not carry the same, or disrupt, biological function due to different order of the amino acids.

This tool allows you to take a peptide or protein sequence, and generate a new sequence with the same amino acids but in random order.

Place the protein or peptide amino-acid sequence into the Sequence box, using one-letter amino acid code without separators and press the Scramble button to see the results below.

JavaScript is required for the Protein and Peptide Sequence Scrambler tool to function.

To see a quick scrambling demonstration with a randomly loaded sequence, press the Load Random button.

Results will be displayed here.