CELLULOSE ACETATE • Hydrophilic membrane • Ideal for aqueous based samples, tissue culture media filtration and sensitive biological samples • Very low protein binding membrane, lower than PVDF and PES membranes • Lower chemical resistance than Regenerated Cellulose • Maximum operating temperature 110°C
Not suitable for use with organic solvents
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