nanomole


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nanomole

10-9 mole.
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The initial slope of calibrated curves yields polymerase activity in nanomoles of nucleotides per second.
Increasingly, nutrition scientists advocate at least 75 nanomoles of vitamin D per liter of blood as a minimum target value for health, notes John F.
Yet in a Motherisk study conducted in Canada, we determined that serum levels remained below protective levels in a significant proportion of women, indicating that there are still many women who do not consume enough bread, pasta, or other fortified products to reach a protective level (more than 900 nanomoles per liter in erythrocytes).
Proteins extracted from PC12 cells (whole cell) and from Nb2 cells (cytosol or crude membrane) were incubated with 20 nanomoles of the GST-stathmin fusion protein or equivalent amount of GST protein for approximately 18 h at 25[degrees]C.
The four dNTPs are added to the reaction mixture at a concentration of 50-200 nanomoles to provide the source of nucleotides used to extend the primer in the reaction catalyzed by the thermostable DNA polymeruse.
For comparison with measurements of urinary DAPs, we calculated individual-level exposure in units of nanomoles per day.
Total triacylglycerol (TAG) and total cholesterol are expressed as nanomoles per liter hemolymph.
nanomoles per liter in (3)] are suspect because the age categories in these 2 reports are different.
In a revealing 2010 study, scientists reported that similar protection of mitochondrial function that is seen with some other compounds (such as quercetin, hydroxytyrosol, and resveratrol) at high dietary concentrations measured in millimoles occurs with PQQ at dietary concentrations measured in nanomoles.
Levels below 25 nanomoles per litre of blood are considered a sign of deficiency.