Amino-aliphatic-t-Boc, also known as tert-butyloxycarbonyl-protected amino aliphatic compounds, belong to a class of organic compounds that have an amino group (-NH2) and a tert-butoxycarbonyl (t-Boc) protecting group. The t-Boc group is used to protect the amine functionality during synthetic processes, preventing unwanted reactions and allowing for specific functional group transformations. In pharmaceutical research and development, Amino-aliphatic-t-Boc compounds are widely used as building blocks for the synthesis of peptide and protein-based drugs. Due to the ease of synthesis, stability, and compatibility with other functional groups, they are considered an important tool in drug discovery and development. Their versatility and ability to be modified make them attractive candidates for designing novel therapeutic agents with improved efficacy and reduced side effects.