Definitions

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  • adj. Having a concentration of one thousandth of a mole per litre

Etymologies

milli- +‎ molar (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I'm not sure what millimolar and micromolar concentrations are, nor why this endnote supports Behe's statement that

    Behe's Two-Binding-Sites Rule

  • I'm not sure what millimolar and micromolar concentrations are, nor why this endnote supports Behe's statement that which would allow the two to spend even half of their time together.

    Behe's Two-Binding-Sites Rule

  • A disordered environment posed an insurmountable challenge to even the new top-of-the-line ICs with millimolar memory capacity and massively parallel quantum architecture.

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  • Deoxy HbS has a solubility of about 3 millimolar Behe, M.

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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.

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  • The highest production of TGF-β1 from each cell was set as 200 millimolar/30 mins.

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  • When discussing the molarity of minute concentrations, such as in pharmacological research, molarity is expressed in units of millimolar (mmol / L, mM, 1 thousandth of a molar), micromolar (μmol / L, μM, 1 millionth of a molar) or nanomolar (nmol / L, nM, 1 billionth of a molar).

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  • In the presence of millimolar H2O2 at neutral pH, oxyferrous heme is formed within milliseconds from ferric (resting) KatG, whereas at pH

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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.M., and Thornton, J.M. 2003.

    Behe's Two-Binding-Sites Rule

  • Upon irradiation at 647 nm, ATTO655 is efficiently transferred to a reduced nonfluorescent state ( 'off') in the presence of millimolar concentrations of glutathione (RS

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