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micromolar

 [mi″kro-mo´ler]
denoting a concentration of one millionth (10−6) of a mole per liter.

mi·cro·mo·lar (mcmol/L),

(mī'krō-mō'lar),
Denoting a concentration of 10-6 mol/L.

mi·cro·mo·lar

(mcM, mcmol/L) (mī'krō-mō'lăr)
Denoting a concentration of 10-6 mole per liter (10-6m or 1 mcm).
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On the one hand, a line of evidence in the studies uses micromolar ([micro]M) concentrations of F- and considers that concentrations of 2-12 [micro]mol/L are biologically relevant.
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Total quercetin derived from the diet is normally present in plasma in the nanomolar range (<100 nM) but can be increased to the low micromolar range after supplementation of quercetin aglycone or glycosides [8, 9].
Protection against oxidative stress-induced insulin resistance in rat L6 muscle cells by micromolar concentrations of lipoic acid.
The prototype has demonstrated a very high sensitivity to ICG in the nanomolar and micromolar range, similar to that required to detect early stage cancers.
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As expected, toremifene inhibited EBOV at low micromolar concentrations (Table).
The assay was calibrated with hydrogen peroxide and the results were expressed in terms of micromolar hydrogen peroxide equivalent per liter(mol H2O2Equiv/L).
06 micromolar and uncertainty in the results is less than 6%.