Simulation tool

Enhance your understanding with simulated curves

After fitting measured binding curves, you obtain a set of kinetic and affinity constants, but what do they really mean? Connecting these numbers to rates and interaction processes is not intuitive. That is why TraceDrawer comes with a tool to simulate real-time interaction data. This way, you can visualize your obtained results and play around with new combinations of incubation times and concentrations on your computer, to optimize future measurements and get a deeper understanding on the relation between interaction curves and interaction parameters. Or why not simulate literature values and compare it with your measured curves, to better understand any differences or similarities?

All in all, you get a tool that will speed up your learning in interaction analysis, facilitate comparisons of measurements run at different conditions, and let you efficiently plan your work in the lab – be it real-time or end-point experiments. 


Use TraceDrawer simulation tool to:


Use TraceDrawer simulation tool to:

Understand how interaction constants affect the association and dissociation processes

Plan future experiments by testing concentrations and incubation times

Easily compare your results with literature values

Comprehend the relationship between concentrations and equilibrium signals

Create data to test features of TraceDrawer

Visualize the impact of experimental artifacts, such as depletion and diffusion

Investigate the impact of data frequency and noise level on fitting accuracy