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NMOLNanomole
NMOLNumerical Method of Lines (differential equations)
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The results were calculated using the molar extinction coefficient of DNPH, which was corrected by the protein content and reported as nanomoles of carbonyl per milligram of protein.
Prof Holcik said the levels, in line with the Endocrine Society and the Institute of Medicine, were 75, 51-74 and below 50 nanomoles respectively.
My research over the years has been successful to administer up to 40,000 nanomoles per litre of blood," says the 75-year-old Tripathi.
The results were corrected for total protein concentration and expressed as nanomoles per milligram protein.
Depending on the testing laboratory, results are measured in nanograms of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (Calcifediol) per milliliter of blood (abbreviated as ng/mL) or as nanomoles per liter (abbreviated as nmol/L).
La concentracion de la hepcidina se expreso en nanomoles por litro (nM/l), donde 1 nM de hepcidina en suero equivale a 2,79 [micro]g/l.
1979) and expressed in nanomoles of malondialdehyde (MDA) per milligrams of homogenate (nmol/mg).
Table 1: Serum 25-Hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH)D] Concentrations and Health * [1] nmol/L ** ng/mL * Health status <30 <12 Associated with vitamin D deficiency, leading to rickets in infants and children and osteomalacia in adults 30-50 12-20 Generally considered inadequate for bone and overall health in healthy individuals [greater than or [less than or Generally considered adequate equal to] 50 equal to] 50 for bone and overall health in healthy individuals >125 >50 Emerging evidence links potential adverse effects to such high levels, particularly >150 nmol/L (>60 ng/mL) * Serum concentrations of 2y(OH)D are reported in both nanomoles per liter (nmol/L) and nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL).
A letter published in 2014 in the journal Nutrients proposed that people may need as much as 4,000 to 7,000 IU of vitamin D daily--several times the current RDA--to achieve an adequate vitamin D level of 50 nanomoles per liter.
It found that, compared with those who had vitamin D levels of 50 or more nanomoles per litre, those with levels of 25-50 had a 53% increased risk for all-cause dementia.