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The difference between Hill coefficiency and Allosteric cooperative factor

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Default The difference between Hill coefficiency and Allosteric cooperative factor



An interaction analysed by hill equation,we could figure out nH.
If we do saturation assay and competitive assay,we could figure out allosteric cooperative factor α.
Which constant could describe the profile of allosteric interaction?
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Default Re: The difference between Hill coefficiency and Allosteric cooperative factor

A very good post and certainly these are points really useful.
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