## How do you convert pmol l to nmol l?

pmol/l↔nmol/l 1 nmol/l = 1000 pmol/l.

### Is pmol l the same as nmol l?

#### How do you convert mL to IU mL?

IU/L↔uIU/mL 1 IU/L = 1000 uIU/mL.

**How do you calculate IU mL?**

To calculate ng/ml from IU/ml divide the value for IU by 0.83. To covert IU/mL to ng/mL, divide the value for IU by 0.83; for example: 10 IU/mL: 10/0.83 = 12.04 ng/mL. That 1ng = 0.83IU conversion is only for Alfa fetoprotein.

**What is pmol L?**

Some medical tests report results in picomoles per liter (pmol/L). A mole is an amount of a substance that contains a large number (6 followed by 23 zeros) of molecules or atoms. A picomole is one-trillionth of a mole. A liter measures fluid volume.

## How do you convert pmol L to mmol L?

pmol/l↔mmol/L 1 mmol/L = 1000000000 pmol/l.

### How do you convert pmol to UMOL?

pmol/l↔umol/l 1 umol/l = 1000000 pmol/l. pmol/l↔umol/mL 1 umol/mL = 1000000000 pmol/l.

#### What is IU per mL?

An international unit is an arbitrary amount of a substance agreed upon by scientists and doctors. A milliliter is a measure of volume that is equal to one-thousandth of a liter (or slightly less than a quarter of a teaspoon).

**How do you convert to IU?**

How to convert mcg to IU for vitamin A?

- Find the conversion factor for vitamin A (retinol): 3.33 IU/mcg.
- Make use of a simple formula: Amount in IU = Amount in mcg * 3.33 IU/mcg.
- That’s it! You’re good to go. 🎉

**What is pmol L to pg ml?**

1 pg/mL = 0.272405 pmol/L. 2 pg/mL = 0.544811 pmol/L.

## Is pmol L the same as pM?

pmol/l↔pM 1 pmol/l = 1 pM.

### How many pmol are in a mmol?

mmol↔pmol 1 mmol = 1000000000 pmol.

#### What is the conversion factor of 1 µIU/mL to pmol/L?

The correct conversion factor, as Jennifer Launa Knopp correctly stated, is: 1 µIU/mL = 6.00 pmol/L. Article Insulin Units and Conversion Factors: A Story of Truth, Boot… So, 100 UI/mL means….?? please…

**What is the difference between insulin concentration units IU/mL and pmol/L?**

Abstract Conventional insulin concentration units (IU/mL or just U/mL) are bioefficacy based, whereas the Système International (SI) units (pmol/L) are mass based. In converting between these two different approaches, there are at least 2 well-accepted conversion factors, where there should be only 1.

**What is the correct unit conversion for human insulin?**

• Where results are in IU/mL, or these units are pertinent to the audience, use the correct unit conversion for human insulin of 1 μIU/mL = 6.00 pmol/L, and report it in the methods. For journals: • In addition to specifying whether SI or conventional units are used, specify the insulin unit conversion factor to be used. For laboratories:

## What is the correct conversion factor for molarity of insulin?

The correct conversion factor, as Jennifer Launa Knopp correctly stated, is: 1 µIU/mL = 6.00 pmol/L. Article Insulin Units and Conversion Factors: A Story of Truth, Boot…