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|Title:||Magnetic particles for use in separations|
|Abstract:||A process is provided for the preparation of magnetic particles to which a wide variety of molecules may be coupled. The magnetic particles can be dispersed in aqueous media without rapid settling and conveniently reclaimed from media with a magnetic field. Preferred particles do not become magnetic after application of a magnetic field and can be redispersed and reused. The magnetic particles are useful in biological systems involving separations.|
|Inventor(s):||Chagnon; Mark S. (Lowell, MA), Groman; Ernest V. (Brookline, MA), Josephson; Lee (Arlington, MA), Whitehead; Roy A. (Hingham, MA)|
|Assignee:||Advanced Magnetics Inc. (Cambridge, MA)|
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|European Patent Office||0125995||► subscribe|
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