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Determination of Binding Parameters of Miramistin to Serum Albumin by the Bioluminescent Method

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ABSTRACT

Bioassay based on the luminescent bacteria was used as a new method for the determination of the kinetic constants of ligand binding to the complexion agent. Miramistin as the cationic surface-active antiseptic and serum blood albumin was taken as a model of interacting agent’s. It was concluded that this approach might have a wide range for applications, namely, in all cases where the ligand is an inhibitor of bacterial luminescence and its complex dose not effect the intensity of this process.

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Starodub, N. , Katsev, A. , Abduramanova, E. , Safronyuk, S. and Taran, M. (2014) Determination of Binding Parameters of Miramistin to Serum Albumin by the Bioluminescent Method. Advances in Biological Chemistry, 4, 331-338. doi: 10.4236/abc.2014.45038.

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