Ultrafiltration is an attractive process for virus removal from bioproducts owing to its high throughput as well as the fact that the operation is carried out under ambient conditions (damage to proteins is highly limited). The principal concern regarding the adoption of conventional ultrafiltration membranes for virus removal is the possibility of the virus passing through abnormally large pores or surface imperfections on the membrane surface. The chief principle behind the present work is ...Expand abstract
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Virus removal from bioproducts using ultrafiltration membranes modified with latex particle pretreatment.
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