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      A comparison of seven methods for fitting the Michaelis-Menten equation.

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          The Michaelis-Menten equation was fitted to simulated data containing different sorts of error by using the three linear transformations, and the methods of S. R. Cohen [Anal. Biochem. (1968) 22, 549-552], R. Eisenthal & A. Cornish-Bowden [Biochem. J. (1974) 139, 715-120], F. de M. Merino [Biochem. J. 143, 93-95] and G. N. Wilkinson [Biochem. J. (1961) 808 324-332). The best methods were those of Eisenthal & Cornish-Bowden (1974) and Wilkinson (1961).

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          Journal
          Biochem. J.
          The Biochemical journal
          0264-6021
          0264-6021
          Sep 1975
          : 149
          : 3
          Article
          1165686
          1201002

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