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Structure of Cuprammonium Regenerated Cellulose Hollow Fiber (BMM Hollow Fiber) for Virus Removal

An attempt to analyze the pore structure of the cuprammonium regenerated cellulose hollow fiber (BMM hollow fiber) in order to clear up its filtration mechanism was made. The electron microscopy was e... read more

Troubleshooting and Optimization of Retroviral Transduction Parameters

A cuprammonium-regenerated cellulose hollow fiber, termed BMM, originally developed for biohazardous viral removal, was used to concentrate two different retroviruses, an ecotropic murine leukemia vir... read more

Mechanism of Removing Monodisperse Gold Particles from a Suspension Using Cuprammonium Regenerated Cellulose Hollow Fiber (BMM Hollow Fiber)

In order to clarify the mechanism of removing viruses with cuprammonium regenerated cellulose hollow fiber (BMM hollow fiber), monodisperse gold particles were used. The dependences of the concentrati... read more



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