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nanogram

 [nan´o-gram]
one billionth (10−9) of a gram.

nan·o·gram (ng),

(nan'ō-gram),
One billionth of a gram (10-9 g).

nan·o·gram

(ng) (nan'ō-gram)
One billionth of a gram (10-9 g).

nanogram

One billionth of a gram.
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