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n. Abbr. nM
One billionth (10-9) of a mole.
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CT: But you think it's a nanomole. You have never heard of a googol.
To convert blood cadmium from micrograms per liter to nanomoles per liter, multiply by 8.897.
The results of the GSH level in the gastric mucosa were expressed as nanomoles per milligram tissue (nmol/mg tissue).
Experience analyzing therapeutic drugs and hormones in blood shows the ability of the method to measure components down to nanomole per liter concentrations.
Enzyme activity was expressed as nanomole per minute per milligram protein (nmol/min/mg protein).
High-performance liquid chromatography analysis of nanomole levels of glutathione, glutathione disulfide and related thiols and disulfide.
Although each nanomole of apoB contains 9 nmol of free Cys residues (taking into account only native -SH of apoprotein and not those deriving from N-homocysteinylation), our data suggest that just few of these -SH sites are S-thiolated (~0.5 nmol/nmol apoB, as described in Table 1).
Tissue was incubated in oxygenated Waymouth's medium deficient in sulfur amino acids (glutathione, cysteine, methionine) containing 250 [micro]M naphthalene or 250 [micro]M [.sup.14]C-naphthalene at a specific activity of 1.10 x [10.sup.5] disintegrations per minute per nanomole. Incubations were performed for 2 hr at 37[degrees]C in a shaking water bath.
Results were expressed as nanomole per gram of creatinine and so could not be compared directly with the present data.
The IAAF says that most female athletes have testosterone levels in the range of 0.12 to 1.79 nanomoles per litre (nmol/l).
The first, is that it worries about "unintentional non-compliance" by athletes who struggle to keep their testosterone below the threshold of 5 nanomoles per litre of blood serum for six months before competing.
To be able to play for Stonehaven Ladies and Aberdeen Uni's women's football team, she had to prove her blood testosterone levels were within a genetic female's range - less than two nanomoles of testosterone per litre of blood.