The Most Accurate Semi-Quantification Method
Compounds are identified, but their concentrations remain unknown.
Identified compounds can be quantified.
Quantification is done using computational methods, thus all you need are:
- structure of the compound
- retention time and MS signal of the compound
- gradient program details used in your analysis
- 5 compounds with known concentration measured in the same analysis
Average quantification takes less than 10 seconds.
Quantification of any compound without extra labor costs.
Average quantification error is less than 3 times.
Who are we?
We are a group of analytical chemistry scientists with experience in mass spectrometry from different academic research groups as well as industry. Our second passion is data science, which we love to connect with our knowledge in chemistry. That is how and why Quantem was established.
Dr. Jaanus Liigand
Jaanus is responsible for developing the concentration prediction model in Quantem software. He has over 3 years of experience in machine learning and he is especially interested in modelling complex processes with modern data science tools. As a marathon runner, he is persistent.
Dr. Piia Liigand
Piia expanded the Quantem model applications to biological matrices, connected positive and negative mode ESI. Piia has hands-on experience and insider insight into the pharmaceutical industry. She has collaborated with Janssen Pharmaceutica and is currently the Head of Quality Control Laboratory at TBD-Biodiscovery (an API production company).
Prof. Dr. Anneli Kruve
Anneli is an Associate professor in analytical chemistry at Stockholm University. Her research is focussed on understanding the LC/MS and developing better methods. She believes that novel IT solutions help to make better use of the data that current analysis methods are able to collect.