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  1. I am using octanoic (caprylic) acid to remove albumin from my human serum samples for further processing. However once I have carried out the fractionation, my sample has a slight blue colour (which is very apparent when concentrated!) - does anyone know what reaction is occurring or why this colour has appeared? Is there anything I can do to prevent it?! Thanks very much for your help
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