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What does UI mean?
International Unit (IU, French: Unité Internationale, UI) is an internationally accepted unit of measurement for the amount of a substance. It used for the measurement of drugs, vitamins and other specific biologically active substances.
International Unit (IU) in some other languages:
Romanian: Unitate Internațională (UI)
Spanish: Unidad Internacional (UI)
Italian: Unità Internazionale (UI)
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of UI in Pharmacology?
The full form of UI is Unité Internationale
What are the full forms of UI in Academic & Science?
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