Millipore filter


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Millipore filter

[′mil·ə‚pȯr ‚fil·tər]
(microbiology)
A filter capable of ultrafine separation, used for purification and analyses of fluids, among other applications.
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The Millipore filter paper with pore size 0.22 micrometre is cut in to 3mm bits by holding it carefully with the forceps, to avoid sticking of desquamated cells from the hands.
Some of the supplies required to conduct testing, including Millipore filter paper, are class VIII (medical materiel), which the unit supply clerk was not authorized to order.
After pre-filtration, 2-3 mL was passed through sterilized Millipore filter of 0.45 um pore size (Whattman Co., USA).