association constant


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association constant

[ə‚sō·sē′ā·shən ¦kän·stənt]
(biochemistry)
A quantitative description of the affinity of a ligand for a protein that binds to it.
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In water, the ligand 6 binds fluoride with the association constant K > 3500 [M.
2002), it was assumed that the association constant is the same for all "reactions"; that is, i = 1.
The association constant for cyanoferrocene and benzyl chloride was found to be nearly an order of magnitude ([K.
Taking water as an example the experimental association constant is K < < 1 in temperature range (400 - 500 K) (Burke et al.
As anticipated from the different association constants for the binding of testosterone to SHBG, mean bio[T.
4] L/mol was not the exact association constant of testosterone for albumin in serum, our recalculation of the optimal paired [K.

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