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Membrane filtration is a way to determine the number of microorganisms in a sample (termed the bioburden). The liquid sample is passed over the membrane, which filters out and catches microorganisms from the sample. The filter is then placed in a petri dish along with liquid growth medium to allows the bacteria to grow into visible colonies for quantification.
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