In the present study, quercetin reduced radical formation significantly under all investigated experimental conditions: upon UV exposure and AAPH-stimulation, as well as under basal conditions, with [IC.sub.50] values in the micromolar
We estimate that curcumin at micromolar
levels in the blood did not have any significant effect on the survival of the fat grafts.
To determine the ratio, the resulting micromolar
unit of TAS was changed to mmol/L, and the OSI value was calculated according to the following equation: OSI (arbitrary unit)=TOS (micromolar
hydrogen peroxide equivalent/L)/TAS (micromolar
The two molecules also reduced the viral RNA thus confirming the antiviral activity "Out of the two molecules, PeP-I is more effective as an antiviral molecule as no virus was detected in cultured cells at concentration as low as 10 mM (microMolar
)," study co-author Rajat Mudgal from IIT-Roorkee said.
We first reported that DBT activated human RXR[alpha] at micromolar
concentrations (Grun et al.
However, MRI faces the challenge of detecting MI agents that are usually in nanomolar concentrations, whereas the lower limits of sensitivity for Gd detection is in the micromolar
En seres humanos sanos, la concentracion normal de amonio en sangre es de alrededor de 20pM (micromolar
) hasta 60pM (1pM equivale a 1pmol/l: micromole/litro).
Saccharin and acesulfame potassium were shown to bind within the CA active site and exhibit binding affinities in the micromolar
range [120, 121].
The [Pr.sup.3+]:La[F.sub.3] ([C.sub.Pr] = 7%) NPs are nontoxic at micromolar
concentrations toward COLO-320 cell line.
However, this apparent contradiction may not be surprising given that fluorescence requires a micromolar
concentration while autoradiography proceeds in the low nanomolar range, a concentration relevant to in vivo PET studies.