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Filter Clogging Issues in Sterile Filtration


BioPharm International
Volume 21, Issue 4

Ashutosh Sharma is senior engineer and Anurag S. Rathore, PhD, is a director of process development at Amgen,Inc.,Thousand Oaks,CA, 805.447.4491,
Anurag Rathore is also a member of BioPharm International's editorial advisory board. Sean Anderson is a graduate student at the chemical and biomolecular engineering department,University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles,CA.

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