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‘Coffee Filter’ Makes Production of Cancer Drug Much Cheaper

News   Apr 06, 2018 | Original story from TU Eindhoven

 
‘Coffee Filter’ Makes Production of Cancer Drug Much Cheaper

Lech-Gustav Milroy of Eindhoven University of Technology demonstrating the simple paper filter separation method he used to replace expensive HPLC separation. In the background you can see the previously used HPLC equipment. Credit: Bart van Overbeeke/TU Eindhoven

 
 
 

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