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What type of distribution should binding affinities fit?
I've been averaging Ki values from the PDSP Ki Database, and I can't help but to wonder: how I can determine p values for the binding affinities, so I can exclude anomalies in the data if need be?
Jun 23 '13 at 15:05
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