Our patented Kinase Substrate Enrichment Analysis (KSEA) can be used to provide a direct readout of kinase cell-signalling pathway activity in healthy or diseased cells. With our analytical computational algorithms, we can inform and guide drug discovery and development.
KSEA (Kinase Substrate Enrichment Analysis) uses data science algorithms, trained on experimental data, to highlight changes in kinases activities as a result of drug or other external perturbations. Applications range from elucidating drug mode of action to the identification of the most effective drug targets.
The Solution: KScan®
KScan®: A next generation biomarker and molecular diagnostics platform
What is KScan®?
A patented database of kinase substrate relationships
Patented algorithms to determine which kinases are enriched
Kinase Activity Leader Board - K-Score
Patented Method for systematic identification of regulatory protein kinases (K-Score)
Significance of KScan®
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“Our technology can look at over 10,000 proteins in one simple experiment and tell researchers exactly which proteins are activated and deactivated. This is hugely important and relevant for personalised medicine“
Jane Theaker, Kinomica CEO