Adoption Of Membrane Chromatography In The Vaccine Industry
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 10:00 am EST
Membrane chromatography products are increasingly being adopted in the process development and manufacturing of new viral products in capture and flow-through mode. Membrane processes have been proven to outperform conventional chromatography sorbents in capacity and processing time of viruses, they are easy to scale-up, economical, and offer efficient contaminant removal. Learn more.
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