By Carsten Teller, Jan Halámek, Alexander Makower, Frieder W. Scheller (auth.), Avraham Rasooly, Keith E. Herold (eds.)
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For a simple one-to-one binding reaction such as L+A kon ¾¾¾ ® LA. ¬¾¾ ¾ koff (3) one can derive two equations from the law of mass action: – A bimolecular (second order) association equilibrium K Ass = [LA ] = kon . [L ][A ] koff (4) – Or a first-order dissociation equilibrium K Diss = [L ]× [A ] = 1 . [LA ] K Ass (5) The corresponding rate equation for the formation of the ligand–analyte complex is as follows: d [LA ] = kon [L ][A ] - koff [LA ]. dt (6) The amount of free ligand [L] can be replaced by the difference of the initial concentration of ligand [L]0 and the concentration of occupied ligand [LA].