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ProteinSimple: Seeing Beyond Light Obscuration with Micro-Flow Imaging

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Feb 4, 2018
The Scientist Creative Services Team
Ensure compliance with fast and accurate MFI-based subvisible particle detection.

Have you met MFI? Micro-flow imaging is a new solution for measuring and visualizing subvisible particles in biopharmaceutical products. As these small (1-1,000 micron) particles are considered a critical quality attribute (CQA), their presence and abundance must be measured accurately before a batch of product is approved for in-patient use. Light obscuration was the go-to method, but MFI is capable of so much more. See how MFI is bringing quality evaluation to a new level at the MFI web page

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