Concern has been expressed, moreover, about IGF-I receptor affinity and increased mitogenic potency of some of the insulin analogues.
What does KI stand for?
KI stands for receptor affinity (pchemistry)
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We have 10 other meanings of KI in our Acronym Attic
- Københavns Idrætsanlæg
- Kodiak Island (Alaska)
- Koito Industries (Japan)
- Konami Industry Co., Ltd.
- Künstliche Intelligenz (German: Artificial Intelligence)
- Kunstmatige Inseminatie
- Kunstmatige Intelligentie
- Kurchatov Institute (Russia)
- Kyrie Irving (basketball player)
- Potassium Iodide
- Kabul International Airport
- Kachin Independence Army (Burma)
- Kagoshima International Association (Japan)
- Kakamigahara International Association (Japan)
- Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (est. 1924; Kalamazoo, MI)
- Kanagawa Information Services Industry Association (Japan)
- Kanagawa International Association (Japan)
- Kansai International Airport (Osaka, Japan)
- Kappa Index of Agreement
- Keep It American (Canyon Lake, TX)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The frontiers of detecting drugging in harness racing are defined by the low serum concentrations dealt with, especially for pharmaceuticals with very high receptor affinity.
A study published in 2000 comparing the toxicopharmacologic properties of insulin analogues showed that glargine had a six- to eightfold increase in IGF-1 receptor affinity and associated mitogenic potency compared with human insulin, he noted.