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.
2+] with a high affinity at micromolar
dissociation constants (28) and with a binding capacity of 2 mol [Ca.
For example, HEK-293 cells that were stably transfected with pmeLuc detected micromolar
levels of ATP in the tumor microenvironment, while extracellular ATP was undetectable in healthy tissues (Pellegatti et al.
2] treatment concentration, measured in micromolar
concentrations as in .
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.
3] nas concentracoes de 0; 5; 10; 50 ou 100 micromolar
(equivalentes a 0,0; 1,5; 3,0; 15,0 e 30,0 mg [L.
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.
Methods for measuring plasma hemoglobin in micromolar
As expected, toremifene inhibited EBOV at low micromolar
The assay was calibrated with hydrogen peroxide and the results were expressed in terms of micromolar
hydrogen peroxide equivalent per liter(mol H2O2Equiv/L).
and uncertainty in the results is less than 6%.