Answer to Question #150329 in Molecular Biology for Cameron Hicks

Question #150329
Could reverse Osmosis be used for water-based biological fluid filtration?
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2020-12-11T08:22:09-0500

Yes, reverse osmosis utilizes a partial permeable membrane and osmotic gradient whereby suspended particles as well as bacterial cells are filtered out from the solution. The pressure is applied to the liquid to force it pass to through a filtration membrane and all suspended particles and biological agents are removed out by use of pressure.


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