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  • Rights: University of Waikato Published 28 June 2017 Size: 3 MB Referencing Hub media

    The ground-up bone is treated with hydrochloric acid, which dissolves out the hard part of the bone. The remaining material goes through a gelatinisation process to free up the bone protein. Filtration during this phase allows contaminants to be successfully removed.

    Acknowledgement: University of Waikato

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