I am looking at some data regarding a study around a channel-blocking agent called suxamethonium.
The histograms of the open times of the channels at varying concentrations of suxamethonium are given. However, I am having a difficult time figuring out the dosage. Here are examples of dose listing formats:
- 200 μM-Sux
- 500 μM-Sux
I understand that μ in this context is to mean micro and I believe the suffix "Sux" is supposed to stand for suxamethonium. But what is the capital "M"? I looked it up in a scientific notation table and it stands for mega. Am I supposed to infer that this is a liquid (i.e. ML)?