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PTFE Gaskets

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PTFE Gaskets

Gasket, PTFE Accessories for filter holders for sample preparation.



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General description

PTFE gaskets are replacement filter parts for use with Supelco mobile phase filtration apparatus.
PTFE gaskets have been used for the headspace-gas chromatographic analysis of volatile organic compounds such as toluene and its effects on exposure to immune cells.

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An experimental model for the determination of immunomodulating effects by volatile compounds.
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Toxicology in vitro, 19(5), 685-693 (2005)


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