Radioligand assays and non-specific binding
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#1 Feb 16, 2009
Why is it important to define non specific binding with different drugs when first establishing a radioligand binding assay and why do most investigators choose to use a different compound from the one being investigated?
Does this have anything to do with dissociation constants?
any help would be appreciated!?
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