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millilitre

(US), milliliter
one thousandth of a litre.

milliliter

[′mil·ə‚lēd·ər]
(mechanics)
A unit of volume equal to 10-3 liter or 10-6 cubic meter. Abbreviated ml. Also known as mil.
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In a subgroup of 98 men, 55% had under 1 copy of HIV RNA per milliliter of blood and 11% had fewer than 5 copies of HIV DNA per 150,000 blood cells.
Limits set by the state on that kind of bacterium are 61 colonies per 100 milliliters.
The reaction mixture consisted of 10 milligrams of oat spelts xylan (Aldrich Chemical Company) in one milliliter of 0.
2 showed concentrations ranging from about 4,000 to more than 6,000 cells per milliliter.
coil O157:H7 bacterium in 100 milliliters of water, and should help health officials check public water sites such as swimming pools.
By measuring sperm levels at 20 million sperm per milliliter and 5 million sperm per milliliter, Herr says that men can determine if they have normal levels of sperm, low levels (between 5 million and 20 million per milliliter) and very low sperm levels (below 5 million).
63 micrograms per milliliter died, compared with only 22% of those whose levels were higher.
1 nanograms per milliliter or less), the calcium supplements did nothing.
It takes about 100 actively toxic Pfiesteria cells per milliliter of water to cause fish health problems, and about 300 cells per milliliter to kill fish.
NASDAQ: CPLY) is voluntarily recalling all lots of its 20 milliliter vials of Albuterol Sulfate Inhalation Solution, 0.
Published in the Journal of Urology, the study has shown that men in this age group with PSA levels less than 3 nanograms per milliliter are unlikely to die of, or experience aggressive prostate cancer during their remaining life, suggesting that the use of PSA testing in many older men may no longer be needed.
In the new scheme, when the researchers add a milliliter sample of blood to the system, the device itself processes the blood by shuttling it through microscale channels into various reaction chambers.