PamStation12 Kinase Activity Profiling System

PamStation12 Kinase Activity Profiling System
by Cronus Technologies Ltd


The PamStation 12 is a fully automated instrument designed for processing PamChip 4 microarrays. It is ideal for biomarker discovery as well as assay development. Key Attributes • Fully integrated incubation, washing and image acquisition • Dimensions are 49cm (height) x 66cm (width) x 58cm (depth), weight is 82 kgs • Instrument is controlled by dedicated computer with proprietary softwar...read more

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Description

 

The PamStation 12 is a fully automated instrument designed for processing PamChip 4 microarrays. It is ideal for biomarker discovery as well as assay development.

Key Attributes
• Fully integrated incubation, washing and image acquisition
• Dimensions are 49cm (height) x 66cm (width) x 58cm (depth), weight is 82 kgs
• Instrument is controlled by dedicated computer with proprietary software (included)
• Real-time detection offers unique capability of generating kinetic data on enzyme/substrate interactions
• Easy to operate, very limited maintenance required

Software
PamGene developed 2 software packages which are installed on the computer that comes with the instrument: Evolve (for running the instrument) and BioNavigator (for data analysis). Bionavigator enables easy data capture and analysis using built-in statistical tools, and uses simple drag-and-drop procedures to compare acquired data to existing external databases.

The PamChip 4, processed on the PamStation 12 is available in 4 peptide arrays: phosphotyrosine kinase (PTK) or serine-threonin kinase (STK) arrays and reagents. For collaborations with PamGene's researchers, a nuclear receptor array is also available.

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PamStation12 Kinase Activity Profiling System by Cronus Technologies Ltd
PamStation12 Kinase Activity Profiling System

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