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EMD Millipore

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Silica-Based Excipient

EMD Millipore

Parteck® SLC is an excipient with a surface structure that can provide increased loading and release of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). Its mesopores (2–7 nm) create a surface area of up to 1000 m 2 /g for depositing an API in its am...

Depth Filters for Single-Stage Clarification

EMD Millipore

The Clarisolve depth filter is a clarification device with a gradient density structure specifically designed to the particle size distributions of pretreated feed streams. It can eliminate the need for centrifugation, enabling the implementation o...

Benchtop Flow Cytometer

EMD Millipore

The guava easyCyte™ 12, a flow cytometry system that uses three excitation lasers, can provide 12 simultaneous detection parameters (including 10 fluorescent colors) while consuming less sample and generating less waste. The system also features fo...

Lockable Settle Plates

EMD Millipore

A new line of settle plates is designed for passive air monitoring in cleanrooms and isolators, personnel monitoring, and active air monitoring with microbial air sampling (MAS) systems. Named ICRplus, the plates are produced under aseptic condi...

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