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Girl asked in Science & MathematicsBiology · 3 months ago

How to use the dilution factor (for instance of 3 or 10) to work out what the undiluted sample's enzyme activity would be?

For example say the sample's enzyme activity is 11.2?

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  • Ted K
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    3 months ago
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    If you measured an activity of 11.2 in your diluted sample then you just multiply that by whatever the dilution factor is, e.g. if it was diluted 3-fold then you'd multiply 11.2 by 3.

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