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  1. I realize that they are microfiltration membranes.
  2. So, of the isolate, there's 2 things that we see most often. A cross-flow microfiltration,
  3. Cross microfiltration is a process that uses cold temperatures to split the fractions into
  4. High end cross flow microfiltration will not denature the proteins because it won't expose
  5. So, ion exchange, again, cross flow microfiltration is the way that the isolate is further prepared.
  6. I like the fact that we can prepare it with a cold process across from microfiltration
  7. Microfiltration!
  8. The microfiltration system in the water.
  9. all these advanced treatment, what we call microfiltration.
  10. First we will see microfiltration. It is used for the treatment of wastewater and usually
  11. residual suspended solids and this microfiltration can also be used as a pretreatment for reverse
  12. we are providing a microfiltration here. As we have already explained these are the different
  13. suspended form it will be getting removed in microfiltration and whatever is there in
  14. process. Coming to microfiltration we have seen that it can be used for the removal of
  15. organisms this microfiltration will be able to take care of that because we know that
  16. remove by microfiltration because the sizes of viruses are much smaller than this but
  17. for the microfiltration are poly propylene, acrylonitrile, nylon and poly tetrafluroethylene.
  18. commonly used for the microfiltration membrane manufacture.
  19. So removal of insolubles involves filtration, centrifugation, microfiltration, whereas isolation
  20. Recovery processes commonly use a variety of tools - such as centrifuges, cell disrupters, and microfiltration - to isolate the product.