Large-scale isolation of middle and higher molecular weight uremic toxins.

@article{Brunner1981LargescaleIO,
  title={Large-scale isolation of middle and higher molecular weight uremic toxins.},
  author={Herwig Brunner and H Zappe Mann and Ursula Essers and Thomas Timothy Byrne},
  journal={Artificial organs},
  year={1981},
  volume={4 Suppl},
  pages={
          41-5
        }
}
Reverse osmosis (40 bar) using membranes with a nominal cut-off of 500 Dalton is a useful method for the desalting and concentration of hemofiltrates (20-30 L) or even dialysates (120-240 L) from patients with end-stage renal failure. The removal of electrolytes and lower molecular weight solutes from the middle and higher molecular weight fractions can be carried out in one step. The freeze-dried residues show characteristic differences in their molecular weight distributions which are… CONTINUE READING

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