Protein-Ligand Binding: a smaller value means the ligand binds tighter
Which ligand binds tightest?
a) ligand A, with a KL = 10E–9 M
b) ligand B, with a KL = 10E–3 M
c) ligand C, with a percent occupancy of 30% at 1 um
d) ligand D, with a percent occupancy of 80% at 10 um
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