|MadSci Network: Biochemistry|
I am a ph-D student working at the interface between physics and biology. Indeed, I am develloping a probe for radio-imaging inside the brain for pharmacological purposes. When people do binding experiments in neuroscience they often use Scatchard plots to determine the receptors density and the dissociation constant of the studied reaction of binding of a molecule to a receptor. Despite several trials I have not undertsood on which biological principles this method relies..could you help me ? thanks....
Re: What are the biological basics of a Scatchard plot ?
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