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## Figure 9.
Data exploring a wide range of fractional occupancies of both binding sites help identify
the low affinity binding site with homologous competition data with zero NSB. A. The p-values comparing one site model_{total }and two sites model_{total }depend on the maximum S/N in the homologous competition data. With R1T = 0.13 nM,
single concentrations of [^{3}H]EB with ([^{3}H]EB = 0.013 nM; □; average log(p), short dashed line) or without ([^{3}H]EB = 20 nM;∇; average log(p), long dashed line) ligand depletion require highly precise data (maximum S/N > 300)
to consistently achieve p < 0.05 (p = 0.05, dotted line). When [^{3}H]EB and R1T are 20 nM (Δ; average log(p), dash-dot line) and ligand depletion is significant, less precise data are needed
to consistently achieve p < 0.05. With the same number of data points (114 points), simultaneous fitting of
data from concentrations of [^{3}H]EB at 0.013, 0.3, and 20 nM with R1T = 0.13 nM (●; average log(p), solid line) also needs less precise data to consistently achieve p < 0.05. Number of trials at each concentration and S/N value was 5. Estimates of dissociation
constants and binding site concentrations are not significantly different from true
values when S/N = 50. The CIs of K_{d1 }(9.6 - 13.8 pM; mean = 11.5 pM) and K_{d2 }(1.9-22.0 nM; mean = 6.5 nM) and CIs of R1T (0.126-0.131; mean = 0.128) and R2T (0.0198-0.0315;
mean = 0.0256) (n = 5 for each CI) included the true values. B, C, D, and E. The two sites model_{free }generated noisy homologous competition data sets with R1T = 0.13 nM; [^{3}H]EB = 0.013 (●), 0.3 (○), and 20 nM (▼); and maximum S/N = 100 (B), 50 (C), 25 (D),
and 15 (E). Fitting the one site model_{total }and two sites model_{total }to these types of data sets produced p values in A. Lines shown are fits of two sites model_{total}.
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