Published in Hospital Business Week, April 8th, 2007
This trend article about Lund University, Sweden, is an immediate alert from NewsRx to identify developing directions of research.
Study 1: Research findings, "Superporous agarose anion exchangers for plasmid isolation," are discussed in a new report. "Superporous agarose beads have wide, connecting flow pores allowing large molecules such as plasmids to be transported into the interior of the beads by convective flow. The pore walls provide additional surface for plasmid binding thus increasing the binding capacity of the adsorbent," scientists in Lund, Sweden report.
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