The concentrations are reported in institutional units (IU), rather than millimolar
levels; individual corrections for magnetic field and coil variations, as well as longitudinal (TI) and transverse (T2) relaxation effects, are not accounted for because of the excessive examination times required to determine such effects.
For example, the activity (log 1/activity, in millimolar
units) of ZEBET compounds ranges from -2.
However, neither lithospermic acid nor any of the other major components of the aqueous extracts showed NMDAR antagonist activity even at millimolar
concentration (not illustrated).
The PLP method uses the amplification principle of the HCY enzymatic assay, which allows nanomolar concentrations of PLP to be measured, with the signal conversion of millimolar
concentrations of HCY to [H.
It has been demonstrated that serum albumin in plasma has a large binding capacity for PFOA (6-9 binding sites per molecule and millimolar
concentration in plasma) and the free fraction of PFOA in plasma was estimated to be < 5% (Han et al.
absorptivity of the hydrolysis product (2,6dichloro-4-acetylphenol) is 21.
III] treatment alone because of the millimolar
levels of cellular GSH.
The intracellular and blood concentrations of GSH are in millimolar
range, whereas the plasma concentration is in the micromolar range and accounts for ~0.
Investigation of protoporphyrin IX standard materials used in acid-extraction methods, and a proposed correction for the millimolar
absorptivity of protoporphyrin IX.
2+]-binding proteins or become sequestered to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) or mitochondria, reaching millimolar
1]H NMR spectrum of a body fluid provides an overall view of almost all proton-containing metabolites in the micro- and millimolar
c) Doses for 5FU are in millimolar
(mM); those for DOX and ETOP, micromolar ([micro]M).