micromolar


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micromolar

(ˌmaɪkrəʊˈməʊlə)
adj
(Chemistry) designating an amount of substance of the order of micromoles
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A pharmacokinetic study performed in rats indicated that BAK is absorbed after single oral administration and distributed in tissues at low micromolar concentrations (0.
Por un lado, una linea de evidencia utiliza en sus estudios concentraciones de F- del orden micromolar ([micron]M) y considera biologicamente relevantes las concentraciones de 2-12 [micron]mol/L.
Micromolar concentrations of hydrogen peroxide induce oxidative DNA lesions more efficiently than millimolar concentrations in mammalian cells.
2+] at the micromolar level was also developing owing to the discovery of Ca-binding proteins, such as troponin and calmodulin expanded our knowledge of the regulatory role of [Ca.
It has been shown that amiloride acts as a pore blocker and inhibits ASICs even in the micromolar concentration range --IC 50 ranging between 5 and 100 [micro]M.
The TOS results are expressed in terms of micromolar hydrogen peroxide equivalent per liter ([micro]mol [H.
Two molecules of tetramethylrhodamine are conjugated to the synthetase in a manner such that ATP binding causes a substantial increase in fluorescence intensity, with high selectivity for ATP and micromolar sensitivity (Vancraenenbroeck and Webb.
2013), our study reports that homochelidonine shows a significant apoptotic activity against cancer cells from micromolar concentrations.
Stabilization of fibronectin mats with micromolar concentrations of copper.
In this particular example, monolayers are still growing in size at 2 and 4 micromolar concentrations, but at a greatly reduced rate.