Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from the University Nova of Lisboa, "By reducing the number of grafted ligands to low (1.7 mu mol/cm(2)) or medium (2.4 mu mol/cm(2)) density, it is possible to increase the recovery of purified virus by 60% compared to a highly charged membrane (3.3 mu mol/cm(2)) that yielded a recovery rate lower than 30%. In the reported experiments, Sartobind(®) Q, chosen as benchmark comparison, provides a better compromise between high recovery and large dynamic binding capacity."
According to the news editors, the research concluded: "Overall, this work contributes to the understanding and development of new membrane adsorbers specifically designed for virus purification."
For more information on this research see: Impact of grafting on the design of new membrane adsorbers for adenovirus purification.
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