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Ideal low-protein binding membranes
I'm looking through the literature on the topic. It seems like hydrophilic PVDF membranes are ideal for low-protein binding but it also sounds like Regenerated Cellulose is an appropriate ...
Feb 28 '12 at 22:27
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