dissociation constant


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dis·so·ci·a·tion con·stant (Kd, K),

the equilibrium constant involved in the dissociation of a compound into two or more compounds or ions. The reciprocal of the association constant (2).

dissociation

the act of separating or the state of being separated.

atrial dissociation
independent beating of the left and right atria, each with normal rhythm or with various combinations of normal rhythm, atrial flutter or atrial fibrillation.
atrioventricular dissociation
independent pacemakers in the atria and ventricles.
dissociation constant
the tendency of a solute to dissociate in solution.
hepatocyte dissociation
hepatocytes becomes detached from their neighboring cells, either generally or locally; a feature of death of the patient.
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Determination of dissociation constants and specific rate constants of enzyme--substrate (or protein--ligand) interactions from rapid reaction kinetic data.
Due to the lack of information on the equilibrium dissociation constants of Fe-itaconic acid and Al-itaconic acid complexes in the literature, their pK values will be indirectly estimated in the present study.
Another polyphenolic compound, the flavonolignan silibinin, has been previously showed to bind PDIA3 with a dissociation constant within micromolar range [47].
The essential point of the present consideration is how to relate the dissociation constant with the data obtained from chromatographic experiments.
Then the values of limiting molar conductance 0 and dissociation constant Ka of the acid were calculated using Fuoss-Kraus [17] equation (2).
We determined the dissociation constants for the BL22P1B11-bilirubin and BL22P1B11-Rh-bilirubin complexes by titrating the [B.
The experimental data were analyzed by means of the Fuoss-Kraus equation (1933) for the derivation of the thermodynamic dissociation constants and limiting molar conductance.
Binding of bilirubin to human serum albumin: determination of the dissociation constants.
Table 1 shows the binding dissociation constants and free energies for enzymes interacting with F-actin in yeast and rabbit muscle.
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