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Table 3 Fluorescence binding constants for the binding of TQ to HSA in the presence and in the absence of Warfarin and Ibuprofen.
In the absence of the pronase, the differences in binding constants for the various dipeptides led to a concentration gradient across the membrane.
L]) affinity binding constants of ligands were calculated from the displacement curves against 2 nM [[sup.
Both free testosterone and BT may be calculated by measuring total testosterone, SHBG, and albumin concentrations in serum and using the equilibrium binding constants of testosterone to SHBG and albumin given in published equations (11).
4] mol/L (19), molecules with low-affinity binding constants, [k.
a] or avidity is a mean value of binding constants of each of the antibody populations.
Thermodynamic binding constants of the zinc-human serum transferrin complex.
These examples make it easy to follow the data analysis and transformation of data to obtain binding constants.
We describe here the use of evanescent fiber optic fluorometric sensors to characterize ligand binding of IgG and monovalent Fab, both specific for estrone-l-glucuronide (Elg), and of the human estrogen receptor a (hER-[alpha]) to fibers bearing Elg or the specific estrogen response element (ERE) and demonstrate the determination of apparent association and dissociation binding constants.
During the experiment, it has been observed that very high metal ion concentrations and high metal-ligand binding constants serve to reduce the rate of aggregation.
ANTIMUTAGENIC POTENCY OF CHLOROPHYLLIN IN THE SALMONELLA ASSAY AND ITS CORRELATION WITH BINDING CONSTANTS OF MUTAGEN-INHIBITOR COMPLEXES.