Two methods for fitting a rectangular hyperbola to data from several animals.

Abstract

Two methods are described for fitting the Michaelis-Menten equation to sets of data with a common michaelis constant but different maximum velocities. One of them uses the method of least squares, and the other is based on the direct plot of Eisenthal & Cornish-Bowden [Biochem. J. (1974) 139, 715-720]. 

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@article{Nimmo1976TwoMF, title={Two methods for fitting a rectangular hyperbola to data from several animals.}, author={Ian A Nimmo}, journal={The Biochemical journal}, year={1976}, volume={157 2}, pages={493-4} }