dissociation constant

NOUN
  1. the equilibrium constant for a reversible dissociation
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  • Most proteins are present in the cell at well below millimolar concentrations, so in order for two proteins to spend the majority of their time bound to each other, micromolar dissociation constants would be required to form even a “weak, transient” complex Nooren, I. The Edge of Evolution
  • So a viral protein that bound a cell surface protein with a modest dissociation constant of one micromolar or better should be sufficient. The Edge of Evolution
  • Despite structural differences in the oligomerisation domain, the dissociation constants of the tetramers was in the low nanomolar range for all family members, indicating that the strength of tetramerisation was evolutionarily conserved. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • Dissociation constants on the order of micromolar seem to be required to detect interactions in yeast two-hybrid assays Golemis, E. The Edge of Evolution
  • This dissociation constant is more than 100 times less than the dissociation constant for monomeric thiazole orange.
  • Most proteins are present in the cell at well below millimolar concentrations, so in order for two proteins to spend the majority of their time bound to each other, micromolar dissociation constants would be required to form even a “weak, transient” complex Nooren, I. The Edge of Evolution
  • We determined the dissociation constants of our mutants for skeletal muscle actin using capped filaments.
  • Likewise, Aequorea victoria green fluorescent protein is thought to participate in a tetrameric complex with aequorin, but this phenomenon has only been observed at very high protein concentrations and the tendency of jellyfish fluorescent proteins to dimerize is generally very weak (having a dissociation constant greater than 100 micromolar). Archive 2005-10-01
  • The dissociation constant is on the order of micromolar Nissim, A., Hoogenboom, H. The Edge of Evolution
  • Dissociation constants on the order of micromolar seem to be required to detect interactions in yeast two-hybrid assays. Behe's Two-Binding-Sites Rule
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