Kinomica’s LC-MS/MS Quantitative Phosphoproteomics methodology has been developed on cutting edge instrumentation. Initially developed on the LTQ-Orbitrap platform in 2008, it has been continually improved and enhanced as the Mass Spectrometry instruments have evolved to higher and faster performance levels.
The KScan™ platform takes the LC-MS/MS raw data as its input; the minimum performance standard is validated on the Q-Exactive Plus. Data can be used from other types of Mass Spectrometer, meeting an equivalent-or-better level of performance.
Reliable and Reproducible data, across large batches, is critical to KScan™’s success. To ensure liquid handling is accurate, Kinomica employ the Bravo AssayMAP for the phosphoenrichment part of the method.
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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