2016
DOI: 10.1016/j.jchromb.2016.02.016
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Caleb Acquah, Charles K.S. Moy, Michael K. Danquah, Clarence M. Ongkudon

Abstract: Biomedical research advances over the past two decades in bioseparation science and engineering have led to the development of new adsorbent systems called monoliths, mostly as stationary supports for liquid chromatography (LC) applications. They are acknowledged to offer better mass transfer hydrodynamics than their particulate counterparts. Also, their architectural and morphological traits can be tailored in situ to meet the hydrodynamic size of molecules which include proteins, pDNA, cells and viral target…

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