Similarly, MDH activity was detected using the redox reaction of the substrate and was expressed as U of MDH per gram of meat, calculated from the millimolar
extinction coefficient of MDH at 340 nm .
(20 mM) of hydrogen peroxide solution was prepared from phosphate buffer saline (PBS) with a pH 7.40.
DPPH solution in ethanol was made and 1 mL was added to each of the 3 mL of test compounds and to control containing no test compound.
Synthesis, Characterization, Antioxidant, Antimicrobial, Cytotoxic, Anticancer, Leishmanicidal, Anti-inflammatory Activities and Docking Studies of Heterocyclic 1,3,4-oxadiazoles and 4-amino-1,2,4-triazoles Derivatives
We discussed an untargeted high-resolution metabolomics (HRM) workflow, which reliably measures thousands of environmental and dietary chemicals over seven orders of magnitude (subnanomolar to millimolar
range) (Uppal et al.
Micromolar concentrations of hydrogen peroxide induce oxidative DNA lesions more efficiently than millimolar
concentrations in mammalian cells.
The extent of the inhibition (Ki= molar) for trypsin goes from millimolar
to femtomolar, indicating that quite different affinities between them are possible (Zollner, 1993).
It has been shown in rodents that organic osmolytes such as L-carnitine, glycerophosphocholine, D-glutamate and myo-inositol are present in millimolar
concentrations, which are 1,000 times higher than the blood.8 Ultimately, the hyperosmotic epididymal fluid is intended to load spermatozoa with these osmolytes and can act as reserves with higher intracellular concentrations in mature spermatozoa.9
PLD[alpha] is the conventional plant phospholipase D, the characteristic feature of which is the necessity of millimolar
[Ca.sup.2+] for optimal activity in vitro.
Abbreviations mM: millimolar
Monoand divalent metal ions at low to high millimolar
concentrations contribute to this task  and the effects of metal ionradius and charge density have been studied in detail [6-8].