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Viral Load Confusion
Nov 7, 2009

Im a little confused ...my Real Time PCR is 27514 H and LOGCOPIES/ML is 4.44 H...what do those numbers dictate?

Response from Dr. Holodniy

You don't indicate what virus this was for. Assuming this is HIV, that is a viral load in the low-moderate range. Those two numbers are actually the same number expressed as the absolute copy number (27,514) and the log10 copy number (4.44).



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