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Hiv Rna Copies

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HIV - 1RNA copies/ml

Hi Doc, me again and my HIV-1 RNA copies/ml. Ive gone back to the lab report & it says: HIV-1RNA copies/mlDETECTABLE.Viral copies were detected and validated but fall below the minimum limits of this assay ie 400copies/ml. I hope this gives more...
Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Response from Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Stanford University, School of Medicine
Hmmm... This probably indicates that signal is above background and therefore positive, but below the approved FDA quantitation limit of this assay. Most viral load assays use a < 50 copies/ml cutoff. Thus, it is likely you would have a... Read more »

resubmitted, HIV-1 RNA at 899 copies

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pcr rna at 899 copies

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79% of Treatment-Experienced Patients on MK-0518 Plus OBT Achieve Viral Load of Less Than 400 Copies at Week 16

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77% of Treatment-Experienced Patients on MK-0518 (raltegravir) Plus OBT Achieve Viral Load of Less Than 400 Copies: A Study Summary From David Cooper, M.D., and Roy Steigbigel, Ph.D.

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Gene Controls Production of Protein That Blocks HIV From Entering Cells; People With Extra Copies Protected, Study Says

Individuals who have extra copies of a gene that produces a specific protein are less likely to contract HIV or develop AIDS than people from the same ancestry who do not have extra copies of the gene, according to a study published in the Jan. 6... Read more »
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FDA Review of Viral RNA Testing

Shortly after the approval of the three protease inhibitors, the FDA reviewed the diagnostic assays that quantitate HIV RNA.These tests are being used by many clinicians to monitor viral loads in their patients and to assess their response to... Read more »
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< 400 copies of HIV RNA per 1 ml of plasma (????)

Posted by Anonymous

PCR RNA @ 28 Days...

Is this a woo-hoo ?
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less than 400 copies / mL -- Diagnosis Q.

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
Dear Friends:

I had a PCRDNA test and the result I got was "less than 400 copies / mL", I enquired and the lab said they had found no hiv but that the accuracy was limited to less than 400 copies, so if I had 50 they wouldn't be able to detect it. I... Read more »

hiv rna by pcr ultra testing

Posted by nomoreworry4me, 1 Reply
if someone had 15.000 rna copies wont this test will pick up any copies from 50 and up thanks i took alot of this test and 400 copies was not det also from two weels all the way to 20 months , my last test was rna / nat elisa taken at 20 months from... Read more »

Undetected HIV-1 RNA,PCR at 17 weeks

Posted by roma2010, 2 Replies
hiya all i have the results of my 17 close to 18 weeks results of a PCR RNA for HIV-1 and it was undetected testing was done by COBAS AmpliPrep (Roche Molecular systems) qualification range of this assay is 48 to 10,000.000 copies i also went to a... Read more »