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August 19th, 2004
Nano-coating cuts phthalate migration
The University of Erlangen’s institute for work, social and environmental medicine and specialist coating company GfE Medizintechnik says that the MigraStop system, when applied as an inert, biocompatible 30nm coating, has prevented phthalate migration in medical equipment.
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