Improved removal of viruslike particles from purified monoclonal antibody IgM preparation via virus filtration

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Maerz, H., Hahn, S., Maassen, A. et al. Improved removal of viruslike particles from purified monoclonal antibody IgM preparation via virus filtration. Nat Biotechnol 14, 651–652 (1996). https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt0596-651

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