Sorry, ng/ml, I think.
According to http://www.cariboo.bc.ca/schs/medtech/rice/Hypomicrotests.html,
normal reference ranges are
20-200 ng/ml in males
13-125 ng/ml in females
13-145 ng/ml in children
1 ng/ml of ferritin is equivalent to 8 mg stored iron. Therefore ferritin
levels times 8 indicates the total amount of iron stored in mg.
+ \\Some life-extensionists have ferritin levels as low as 12, with no
+ \\negative effects. (Normal men sometimes have ferritin levels as high as
+ \\300--very pro-aging!)
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