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Optical interference study of physiological fluids transportation through semipermeable membranes

Optical interference study of physiological fluids transportation through semipermeable membranes
Optical interference study of physiological fluids transportation through semipermeable membranes
Recently much attention has been given to investigation of the mechanism of transportation through biological membranes [1,2,3]. The hitherto results have enabled a construction of a membrane model and assessment of the effect of external factors on the mechanism of transportation. The achievements have been used to design new forms of therapeutic substances and their dosage and to propose a production technology of synthetic membranes widely used e.g. in dialysis.
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Kaczmarek, M.S.
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Wozniak, Z.
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Blaszczak, Z.
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Surma, M.
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Kaczmarek, M.S.
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Wozniak, Z.
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Blaszczak, Z.
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Surma, M.
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Kaczmarek, M.S., Wozniak, Z., Blaszczak, Z. and Surma, M. (2003) Optical interference study of physiological fluids transportation through semipermeable membranes. Journal of Molecular Liquids, 106 (1), 81-88. (doi:10.1016/S0167-7322(03)00022-9).

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Recently much attention has been given to investigation of the mechanism of transportation through biological membranes [1,2,3]. The hitherto results have enabled a construction of a membrane model and assessment of the effect of external factors on the mechanism of transportation. The achievements have been used to design new forms of therapeutic substances and their dosage and to propose a production technology of synthetic membranes widely used e.g. in dialysis.

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Published date: June 2003

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Local EPrints ID: 57329
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/57329
PURE UUID: 69240c90-8f1f-48a2-bdc4-44e38f0d868c

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Date deposited: 13 Aug 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:34

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Author: M.S. Kaczmarek
Author: Z. Wozniak
Author: Z. Blaszczak
Author: M. Surma

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