IU/mL and copies calculation
Sep 2, 2018
2.92E2 IU/mL (E2 = 10x10= 100) So, this means: = 2.92 x 100 = 292 IU/mL converted in copies 3265 copies.
Response from Dr. Holodniy
In general, yes. But additional testing may be required to make that determination. I suggest you discuss these results with a liver specialist.
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