serum concentration

serum concentration

The amount of a drug or other compound in the circulation, both bound to proteins and unbound, the latter of which generally corresponds to the therapeutically active fraction.

serum concentration

Therapeutics The amount of a drug or other compound in the circulation, both bound to proteins and unbound, the latter of which generally corresponds to the theraepeutically active fraction
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html, that makes this pharmacokinetic model accessible and easy to use by anyone who wants to understand the relationship between consumption of contaminated drinking water and the resulting changes in blood serum concentration over time.
The objective of this study was to analyze the PMI by serum concentration changes of cell free DNA and HMGB-1 protein that raising especially after the cell necrosis.
Contract Notice: PURCH1467 For the supply of plasma / serum concentration measurement of human Adiponectin, Leptin and IL6-hs in serum and plasma, in a pre-coated 96 well plate format, for a period of five years.
One currently investigated biomarker target in this context is the serum concentration of glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP), an astroglial intermediate filament protein.
The mean serum concentration of creatinine in patients working for less than 5 years was 69.
However, in animals of NS-treated diabetic group, the mean serum concentration of T4 was significantly (p<0.
However, the impact of administration of CLZ along with CLNAZ on the serum concentration of CLZ and its major metabolite N-CLZ in schizophrenia is not well understood.
Factors that could influence delayed excretion of MTX (gender, age, number of chemotherapy cycles, and serum concentration of MTX) were analyzed.
High serum concentration of P53 was found in five patients with large tumour.
The net effect is that the serum concentration of bioavailable 25(OH)D is very similar between whites and blacks (Powe CE et al.
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