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- Data on file
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- Data on File (Mepitel vs. other films test)
- Data on File – Mepilex Border: SMTL 10/3299/1 Allevynlife: SP 3F016961 and MHC Report MxB/B Flex 20130301-002 & MHC Report AGB/A Life 20130425-005
†. Microbes larger than 25 nm