Jan 8, 2005
What is difference between -50 and -400 is just an interpretation of labs result menaning the same??
Response from Dr. Holodniy
These numbers refer to the lower level of detection (50 and 400 copies) for different viral load tests. Any values below that number would be considered undetectable in that assay.
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