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Milind Deshpande <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 29 Oct 1999 08:36:13 -0500
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What are the methods available for removal of endotoxin from PROTEIN
SOLUTIONS ? Can someone comment on all the methods applied so far ?

Thanks

Milind  Deshpande

At 11:05 AM 10/28/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Dear Jarrod,
>
>Endotoxin does not get degraded by UV light at low intensity.   UV light
>bulbs in water systems are generally low intensity.  The UV spectrum has a
>detrimental effect on microbial genomes.  Removal of endotoxin from water
>is generally performed by ultrafiltration and RO systems or both together.
>
>Steve Richter Ph.D.
>Microtest Labs, inc
>Steven G. Richter Ph.D.
>Microtest Laboratories, Inc.
>http://www.microtestlabs.com
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