dissociation constant

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the equilibrium constant for a reversible dissociation

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ANS displacement studies have frequently been used to determine dissociation constants for potential ligands of TTR (Cao et al.
We determined the dissociation constants for the BL22P1B11-bilirubin and BL22P1B11-Rh-bilirubin complexes by titrating the [B.
This change of the binding properties is quantified by a 10-fold decrease of the enzyme-substrate complex dissociation constants, which is sufficient for the generation of cooperativity of the enzyme.
Acid 1 (1063 molecules, 2893 pKas) Dissociation Constants of Organic Acids in Aqueous Solution, by G.
Base 2 (~4300 molecules) Dissociation Constants of Organic Bases in Aqueous Solution, Supplement 1972, by D.
We determined the equilibrium dissociation constants for both the Tacrolimus AM 2 IgG and the Tacrolimus WT mAb IgG using kinetic exclusion assay (KinExA[R]) (Sapidyne Instruments) (23).
Table 1 shows the binding dissociation constants and free energies for enzymes interacting with F-actin in yeast and rabbit muscle.
Determination of Equilibrium Dissociation Constants (Robin E.
Binding of bilirubin to human serum albumin: determination of the dissociation constants.
3]H]WAY100635 binding might explain the large discrepancy between the previously determined dissociation constants (56 pM [9] and 400 pM [14]).