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- CA: Cellulose Acetate - syringe filters are hydrophilic Ideal for aqueous solutions, very low protein retention and used for fluid sterilization.
- GF: Glass Fiber - syringe filters are used for wide range of analytical analysis, water and air pollution analysis and well as liquid clarification and cell harvesting.
- MCE: Nitrocellulose - syringe filters are ideal for general laboratory filtration, particle monitoring and in diagnostic Medical Assays: hCG, hIV, Lh, Chlamydia, Drugs of Abuse, and Pathogenic Microorganisms Environmental Contaminants.
- NY: Nylon – syringe filter used for sterilization and clarification of aqueous and solvent samples in a wide array of analytical and research applications.
- PES and PVDF: Polyethersulfone and Polyvinylidene fluoride - syringe filters are typically used for biological sample filtration and are claimed to provide very low protein binding.
- PTFE: Polytetrafluoroethylene - syringe filters are hydrophobic and are designed to filter most aggressive solvents whether they are acid or base samples.
- RC: Regenerated Cellulose – syringe filters are both hydrophilic and solvent resistant. They are excellently suited for their major application, particle removal from solvents and also feature low non-specific adsorption. Regenerated cellulose (RC) membranes are the best choice for DMSO compatibility.