January 3-7, 2018 - Hyatt Regency, Austin, Texas Modern kinetic methods coupled with high resolution structural data provide a powerful tool to establish reaction mechanisms. In this intensive four-day course taught by Dr. Kenneth A. Johnson, modern kinetic analysis using a variety kinetic and equilibrium methods will be detailed using numerous examples on proteins and nucleic acids. The course will focus on developing the path from experimental design to data collection and analysis to yield new mechanistic insights. In addition, tutorials on the use of computer simulation will develop a better intuitive understanding of reaction kinetics. Hands on problem solving will facilitate integration of the course material. See full program details and course registration (also available in the Documentation section of the downloads page). Special rates for a limited number of rooms are available at the Hyatt Regency by making reservations online.
Free unlimited trial with your data. Curious to try KinTek Explorer with your own data? Send us your confidentially-treated data in Excel or as tab-delimited text along with a detailed description of your experiment, including the starting concentrations, and a description of your model. We will return to you a mechanism file containing your data that you can explore for an unlimited time with the fully-functional free student version of the software. Once you see the ease and power of fitting your own data, we think you'll understand why so many investigators are adopting KinTek Explorer for their kinetic data fitting. Send data and information to email@example.com.
A brief introduction to the many unique features of KinTek Explorer software in modeling kinetic and equilibrium data.
This video walks through each step involved to import data and fit it to a user-created model and experiment, including setting initial rate constants and output factors.
In this video, we compare conventional data fitting with fitting based upon computer simulation and show the many reasons why the latter is superior.
Here we show the syntax and guidelines for entering reaction mechanisms.
Here we describe the overall navigation for using the software.
In this video, we give guidelines for entering first and second-order rate constants in KinTek Explorer.
This video explains the use of FitSpace confidence contour analysis to provide robust confidence intervals for fitted parameters.
This shows how to enter reactions involving multiple mixing events in sequence.
Here we describe method for normalizing traces within a given concentration series.