dissociation constant

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Noun1.dissociation constant - the equilibrium constant for a reversible dissociation
equilibrium constant - (chemistry) the ratio of concentrations when equilibrium is reached in a reversible reaction (when the rate of the forward reaction equals the rate of the reverse reaction)
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MST technology will give us the opportunity to accelerate the process of finding a suitable candidate, the method is time-consuming, Optimizable, provides a measurement of dissociation constants of bonds, stoichiometry and binding energy and allows to detect protein aggregation, which could adversely affect the relevance of the received parameters.
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The PDSP Ki database of 47,312 inhibitor equilibrium dissociation constants (Ki values) for 699 receptor targets is now available as a structure searchable database in the CDD Web 2.
Therefore, if [alpha] = 1, there is no difference between the enzyme-substrate dissociation constants on the first and on the second step.
Dissociation constants of the analogs binding to NOS have been determined to be 15 micromolar and 50 micromolar, respectively, using double reciprocal plot analysis.
From enzyme kinetic data, enzyme-substrate dissociation constants and interactivity constants between substrates were determined.
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Entries are listed alphabetically and consist of the compound name and chemical structure along with information regarding half-life, volume of distribution, fraction bound to protein, and dissociation constants.
3]H]PE2I from these binding data, remains within the common range of dissociation constants, characteristic of neurotransmitter antagonists in general.