micromole


Also found in: Medical, Wikipedia.
Related to micromole: UMOL

mi·cro·mole

 (mī′krō-mōl′)
n.
One millionth (10-6) of a mole.

micromole

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌməʊl)
n
(Chemistry) a millionth of a mole
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The enzyme activity unit (1 U) is defined as the amount of the lipase that catalyzes the production of one micromole (1 [micro]mol) free fatty acid per minute under certain conditions.
15) Decomposition of one micromole of hydrogen peroxide per minute ([micro]M [H.
Physicochemical properties of starch-CMC-Nano clay biodegradable films" Boil Micromole, 46: 1-5.
Higher rates of fetal complication have been reported if serum bile acids are above 40 micromole per liter8 or if women had jaundice along with pruritus.
A unit of activity is equal to an amount of enzyme causes formation of 1 micromole of arginine per 1 min of incubation; [DELTA]E--extinctions difference between experimental and control sample; n--dilution of enzymatic solution; 1.
One micromole per liter KlenTaq is equivalent to 3.
The final results are expressed as micromoles of trolox equivalent per micromole of antioxidant ([mu]mol TE/[mu]mol).
Voraxaze is used for the treatment of toxic plasma methotrexate concentrations (>1 micromole per litre) in patients with delayed methotrexate clearance due to impaired renal function, including the chemotherapy treatment given to patients with certain types of cancer, such as osteosarcoma, leukemia, and lymphoma.
One enzyme unit is the amount of enzyme that can convert one micromole of pyruvate to lactate in one minute at 35oC in 50 mM sodium phosphate buffer pH 7.
Researchers analyzed their blood and found that for every increase of 1 micromole per liter of vitamin B12, the risk of AD dropped by 2 percent.