Magnesium is present at millimolar
concentrations in the extracellular solution and binds to a site within the NMDA receptor ion pore that becomes accessible very shortly after the ion pore opens.
In addition, damaged tissues like cancer cells are highly demanding compartments that can absorb high levels of ascorbate (at millimolar
The answer lies in the biologically important sulfhydryl molecule glutathione (GSH), present in tissues in nearly millimolar
3]H]-8-OH-DPAT binding to hippocampal membranes at millimolar
concentrations of the salts (Table 2).
It was also found that the decomposition of transition metal ion catalyzed hydroperoxides can be retarded by the addition of millimolar
amounts of substances, which strongly complex the metal ions .
This amounts to millimolar
concentrations in solution.
The scientists found an application of amino acid-calcium chelate solution with at least 80 millimolar
While our nearest competitor is operating at the millimolar
level, we can detect compounds at sub-picomolar concentrations.
Gibberellic acid is known to break dormancy in some seeds (Kahn, 1968; Van Auken and Lohstroh, 1990), consequently seeds of one treatment were soaked in five millimolar
gibberellic acid for three hours and then rinsed in tap water prior to placement into Petri plates.
Typical drug IC50s run from millimolar
(1/1000 of a mole per liter of fluid) for less potent drugs to less than 1 nanomolar for extremely potent drugs.
We discussed an untargeted high-resolution metabolomics (HRM) workflow, which reliably measures thousands of environmental and dietary chemicals over seven orders of magnitude (subnanomolar to millimolar
range) (Uppal et al.
5% bovine serum albumin and 100 millimolar
(mM) N-2-hydroxyethylpiperazine-N-2-ethane sulfonic acid.