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    How to convert IU/ml to kU/L?

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    Originally posted by JohnS View Post

    IU means International Units and there is international agreement on what constitutes a unit. Sometimes, when there is not international agreements, nations set their own definition and drop the "I." So your unit "U" may or not be an "International Unit." Since you didn't identify the material or country, can't help with that.

    A liter is 1000 mL, so a liter would have 1000 times as many units as a milliliter and "k" is the prefix for 1000. If the "Units are the same, it is two ways of saying the same thing. If Units aren't International Units, we don't know.

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